This July 10-12, at the Hammons Convention Center in Rogers, Arkansas, the ICARE Conference will raise awareness and provide an educational update to front-line emergency healthcare practitioners about critical and acute care. This symposium is put on by the College of Medicine CME Office, at the University of Arkansas, and “will present a variety of topics for an interprofessional audience of emergency care providers. Attendees will interact through active instructional methods including pro/con sessions, panel presentations, hands-on skills training, and other team-based learning strategies.”
Items covered in this course include:
1. Updates in evidence-based diagnostic and treatment recommendations for commonly encountered emergency situations;
2. Assessment and treatment of traumatic injury;
3. Appropriate care and follow-up for acute manifestations of chronic conditions (e.g. diabetes, obesity, hypertension); and
4. The most effective strategies for promoting overall preventive health measures in emergency departments to increase statewide access to care.
The Office of Continuing Medical Education holds multiple CME events per year and is accredited by the ACCME. You can find out more about the ICARE Conference by viewing its agenda and contact the CME’s friendly staff here. If you are in the emergency healthcare field, then this is an event not to be missed!