Now Using Both EM:RAP’s Emergency Medical Abstracts and CorePendium
The Emergency Medicine & Acute Care Course is now collaborating with EM:RAP and will be using as its sources EM:RAP’s Emergency Medical Abstracts and the newly released (October, 2019) CorePendium.
Since 1977, Emergency Medical Abstracts has been searching hundreds of journals and providing audio summaries of the most important papers in emergency medicine.
CorePendium is a new internet-based comprehensive multimedia text specifically focusing on emergency medicine that is literature-based and updated every three months with the latest information from the medical literature.
Release :February 3 – 7, 2020
We’re committed to bringing you the newest, most controversial and provocative topics in EM and acute care.
- Unusual Antibiotic Side Effects
- MRI vs. CT in the ED Setting
- Challenges of Managing Pediatric UTIs
- Emerging Issues in Anticoagulation
- Chest X-Ray, Ultrasonography or CT?
- Myths in Emergency Medicine
- Headache – New ACEP Guidelines
- LPs in Febrile Infants 29-60 Days Old?
- Pearls From Risk Management Monthly
- Pearls From ED Leadership Monthly
- Suicidal Risk: Assessment and Intervention
- Cardiovascular Pearls, 2019
- Hyperglycemia and DKA Update
- Sore Throat: Still Trying to Get It Right
- Sexual / Racial / Ethnic Disparities in the ED
- ATS / IDSA Updated Pneumonia Guidelines
- ACS & PE – ACEP 2019 Guidelines
- Psychiatric Patients: Medical Evaluation
- Challenges of Atrial Fibrillation - Part 1
- Challenges of Atrial Fibrillation - Part 2
- Pediatric Vomiting and Diarrhea
- Sepsis 2019: Hot Off the Press
- Otitis Media Doesn’t Cause Fever
- Urologic Imaging Guidelines
- Trauma 2019: Hot Off the Press
- Myths in EMS Care
- Visual Diagnosis Challenges - Part 1
- Visual Diagnosis Challenges - Part 2
- Important Recent EM Literature - Part 1
- Important Recent EM Literature - Part 2