The 19th Annual Emergency Medicine Review will be June 10-12 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tulsa – Warren Place and will cover topics from pharmacotherapy for sexually transmitted and urinary tract infections to management of angioedema in the emergency room.
Other lecture topics will focus on hemodialysis emergencies, management of neuromuscular junction disorders, sepsis, orthopedic and eye emergencies. Emergency evaluation of the inconsolable child and the emergency physician and mission medicine are also the subjects of two sessions.
Proper prescribing lectures are scheduled June 10-11 at 4:30 p.m. Friday’s lecture is “Opioid Prescribing 2016: Understanding the Guidelines” and the Saturday lecture is “The Prescription Monitoring Program and the Prescribers Responsibility to Check.”
The conference, hosted by the OSU-CHS Office of Continuing Medical Education, is aimed at improving patient care in the emergency department and private office settings. A discount for early registration is available through May 27. The conference is open to emergency care providers, health care professionals, fellows, residents, interns and students. For more information or to register, visit the Continuing Medical Education website or call 800-274-1972.