DEM 2015 accredited by ACEM and endorsed by ACEP

Over the years DevelopingEM has had the support and endorsement of a number of academic organizations from around the globe.

Once again this year DevelopingEM will have accreditation for CPD /CME/MOPS with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM).

We also have endorsement of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) and the support of the Australasian Society for Emergency Medicine (ASEM) and the International Federation for Emergency Medicine (IFEM).

We’ve also been lucky enough to have the personal involvement of a number of college luminaries including

Andrew Bezzina (ACEM / ASEM)
Brent Myers (NAEMSP)
Haywood Hall (ACEP)
Jim Holliman (IFEM / SAEM / ACEP)
Joe Lex (AAEM / AFEM)
Judith Tintinalli (ABEM)
Marianne Gausche-Hill (ACEP)
Pedro Veliz (SCMI / URGRAV)
Peter Cameron (ACEM / IFEM)
Peter Viccellio (ACEP / SAEM)
Robert Suter (AAEM)
Terry Mulligan (IFEM / AFEM)

Marianne will be joining us again and in fact she was our first registrant for the second year in a row.

Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill originated the first pediatric emergency system 25 years ago at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and now it is the national system based on her model. Photo by Brad Garverson 7-30-10

Dr. Marianne Gausche-Hill originated the first pediatric emergency system 25 years ago at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center and now it is the national system based on her model. Photo by Brad Garverson 7-30-10

Last year she presented on some of the controversies related to RSI in kids.

Click here to view her presentation
Listen to the audio

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