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Angela Gardner, MD, FACEP, President of ACEP, to be Keynote Lecturer at the 2010 8th Annual Advanced Emergency & Acute Care Medicine Conference

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Angela Gardner, MD, FACEP, President of the American College of Emergency Physicians, and one of Modern Healthcare’s “Top 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare” will be the Keynote Lecturer at the 2010 8th Annual Advanced Emergency & Acute Care Medicine Conference (www.bestEMconference.com), which will take place at the Sheraton Convention Center Hotel in Atlantic City, NJ, from September 12-15, 2010.

“We are extremely privileged to have Dr. Gardner as this year’s Keynote Lecturer.  Her unwavering commitment to those who care for 120 million patients annually, and her dynamic representation of the country’s largest emergency medicine organization (ACEP) has earned her well deserved placement on the “Top 100 Most Powerful People in Healthcare” by Modern Healthcare,” said Michael Gerardi, MD, FAAP, FACEP, American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Board Member, Director of  Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Goryeb Children’s Hospital, Atlantic Health, and faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Morristown Memorial Hospital, Morristown, NJ, and Emergency Medical Associates Senior Vice President.

“Dr. Gardner will be presenting on the topic titled “Emergency Medicine in an Era of Healthcare Reform,” which couldn’t be a timelier topic for anyone in healthcare and emergency medicine, who are the backbone of the health care safety net in the United States today” stated Dr. Gerardi.

Voted “The Best CME Value in the Northeast” for the past seven years, this conference features some of the top-tier lecturers in the field of Emergency & Acute Care Medicine covering a wide variety of topics. This year’s conference features a one-day ED nursing track, which will provide ENA contact hours, exceptional carve-out courses, such as “A Best Practices Approach to Wound Care and Plastics,” “Ultrasound Guided Vascular Access,” “A Best Practices Approach to Regional Blocks and Orthopedic Injections,” “Mock Codes and Procedures Simulation Lab,” and an “Advanced Difficult Airway Course.”

New to this year’s conference, is a combination Physician/Physician Assistant Track, and an American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Track, co-sponsored with the American College of Healthcare Executives-New Jersey Chapter, which will provide ACHE Executives with three complimentary Category I ACHE credits in addition to four complimentary Category II credits.

“As part of our ongoing commitment to emergency medicine education, we will once again be providing complimentary admission to all emergency medicine residents,” states Scott Serbin, Director of Education for Emergency Medical Associates (www.ema.net).

Information on the 2010 8th Annual Advanced Emergency & Acute Care Medicine Conference can be found at www.bestEMconference.com.
 

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