August 8, 2019 – Norcross, GA – EB Medicine, a leading provider of evidence-based emergency medicine content, is now offering required CME for stroke, trauma, and pharmacology to current Emergency Medicine Practice journal subscribers.
In addition to current Emergency Medicine Practice subscriber benefits, including unlimited access to a full library of evidence-based content featuring more than 200 topics, subscribers will now have the added perk of eight required CME topics each year at no additional cost (six this year). These issues will be available online in the subscriber portal for convenient access whenever and wherever users need them.
With the digital format, customers can go to one place to easily access their issues from anywhere, anytime — whether they’re at their desk or using a Smartphone while on the job.
Each issue for required CME takes a targeted look into specific topics and offers subscribers with specialty trauma, stroke, and pharmacology CME. EB Medicine is known for their evidence-based content created by experts in the emergency medicine field, and these supplements will contain that same clear, concise guidance and information.
Each supplement also has 8 CMEs. Customers can earn up to 208 CME credits each year with their EMP subscription.
This benefit is just one more way EB Medicine listens to the needs of customers and strives to be a one-stop shop for all things emergency medicine.
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Anna Motuz, Marketing Strategist, EB Medicine