HPC Hospitalist, Trauma, and Emergency
Procedures LIVE and ONLINE course
Recommended by...Bernard Sklar, MD.
CME Credit hours...21.
CME Credits Awarded by....University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Cost...........Single Day Course, $1195 to $1495.
Two Day Course, $1795 to $2145.
Save $250-300 with early registration at least 30 days before start of course.
Instruction Type...Before the meeting, you watch 17 online lectures at
home or in your office; then you attend a LIVE meeting featuring demonstrations and hands-on
training in one of a variety of exciting locations including Las Vegas, Chicago,
Vancouver, B.C. and Washington, D.C.
Target Audience...Attending and resident physicians, midlevel providers, and medical students working in the emergency room, intensive care unit, or hospital wards.
NOTE: This course is a combination of ONLINE and LIVE instruction. For
the same content offered ONLINE only, see HPC Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Online CME course.
The HPC Hospitalist, Trauma, and Emergency
Procedures LIVE and ONLINE course covers the 20 most essential procedures needed to work in the ER, ICU, and hospital wards, including the procedures needed for trauma management in the ER.
The course includes lectures and skills labs in: informed consent, procedural sedation, mechanical ventilation, tube thoracostomy, needle decompression, endotracheal intubation, Glidescope intubation, LMA placement, King tube placement, intraosseous line placement, point-of-care ultrasound including E-FAST and RUSH exams, and ultrasound-guided procedures: central line placement, arterial line placement, peripheral IV placement, thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, and paracentesis.
After completing the HPC Hospitalist, Trauma, and Emergency
Procedures LIVE and ONLINE course, you will be better able to:
Define the indications and contraindications for hospital procedures
Identify the pertinent anatomy, patient positioning and proper technique for hospital procedures
Understand the common complications of the various procedures
Choose appropriate options for oral or intravenous procedural sedation
Utilize basic ultrasound to assist with hospital procedures
Understand the basic principles of mechanical ventilation
And much more