PEM Residents and Fellows
Primarily targeting residents and fellows in training and practicing PEM physicians who want to understand their potential role in clinical care, education, research, and advocacy in EMS, this online course can be used as a potential adjunct to an EMS rotation for pediatric and emergency medicine residents and PEM fellows. For more information on how to access this course read: EMS Education for the Pediatric Emergency Physician
These online educational modules, by Colorado EMSC, are intended to assist healthcare providers in determining the difference between accidental and intentional injuries in children. Considering many clinicians see few cases of child abuse in their daily practice, these case studies will improve assessment skills and build confidence in knowing when to report suspected abuse to appropriate authorities. The cases presented contain real images of injured children. Some learners, including experienced healthcare professionals, may find these images upsetting. You may exit and/or return to this module at any time and completion of this program is voluntary. Mandatory abuse reporting requirements for medical practitioners vary by state however, all states impose requirements to some level.
This online educational module, by Texas Children's Hospital , is intended to improve routine care and emergency management of tracheostomy. This online curriculum has a video demonstrating tracheostomy management followed by a knowledge assessment. We demonstrate routine tracheostomy change in a real patient and a step-wise process for managing tracheostomy emergencies in a simulated environment. The video has prompts to highlight pertinent knowledge content.. This curriculum is intended for use by pediatric residents, fellows, primary care providers, nurses, emergency staff and allied health professionals who care for children with tracheostomy.
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Additional training resources can be found in our Toolkits, particularly our Prehospital Education Toolkit.