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Join CME4Life for an exciting and comprehensive emergency workshop designed specifically for PAs and NPs.
By attending this conference you will engage in a multifaceted educational journey designed to empower you with practical and innovative strategies in emergency medicine. The conference’s curriculum is meticulously structured, starting with fostering a proactive mindset for managing critical situations, bridging knowledge gaps in critical care, and integrating intuitive and analytical thinking for rapid and effective decision-making.
Participants will delve into cardiac emergency management, learn life-saving interventions, and enhance their diagnostic acumen with a focus on EKG interpretation and airway emergencies. The event also addresses the personal development of healthcare providers, offering tools for career optimization through the exploration of well-being and happiness, resilience, and burnout prevention.
Additionally, the program includes comprehensive reviews of primary and secondary assessments, shock management, and resuscitation techniques. Critical thinking and error prevention are emphasized, with sessions on cognitive biases and strategies to guard against medical errors.
Physician assistants will leave the conference equipped not only with advanced clinical skills but also with leadership and communication tools essential for inspiring teams and resolving conflicts, all while aligning their personal visions with their professional roles in healthcare.
4-Day Conference Registration:
Lecture Attendance: Engage with speaker: John Bielinski PA-C and gather insights from leading professionals in the field.
Conference Materials: A slide book for note-taking and future reference.
Refreshments: Begin your days with a daily breakfast and stay refreshed with complimentary coffee and water throughout the sessions.
4-Night Hotel Stay:
Experience convenience and comfort as the CME4Life staff takes the responsibility of booking your hotel stay. Stay assured that your accommodation will be at our designated conference site hotel, further streamlining your experience.
Exclusive FREE Content Access:
CME4Life’s Lifeblood Video Series: Enhance your learning with access to this premium video series a $649 value.
Self-Assessment CME: Evaluate and strengthen your understanding with this assessment, valued at $300.
With this package, you’re set to earn a total of 44 AAPA CAT 1 credits. This includes the credits from both the conference and the FREE videos.
Let us manage the logistics! With the hotel bookings managed by our team, you’ll receive all the room information beforehand, allowing you to focus purely on your learning.
Dive deep into the world of emergency medicine, network with peers, and come away with knowledge that can change lives. Join us for a memorable and enriching experience!
**Flights are not included in this package**
**If unforeseen circumstances occur, CME4Life reserves the right to postpone or cancel any course. CME4Life will refund the registration fee but will not be held responsible for any related expenses incurred by participants.**
This program is not yet approved for CME credit. Conference organizers plan to apply for 20.00 AAPA Category 1 CME credits from the AAPA Review Panel. The total number of credits is yet to be determined.
To organize an approach to critical access emergency medicine
Foster a Proactive Critical Care Mindset: Cultivate anticipation and early recognition skills in
critical care situations.
Bridge Knowledge Gaps in Critical Care: Identify and address learning needs to enhance
patient management in critical care.
Mitigate Negative Bias in Decision-Making: Reduce the influence of pessimistic bias on
clinical judgments and patient care strategies.
Integrate System 1 and System 2 Thinking: Apply fast, intuitive thinking and slow, rational
analysis appropriately in critical care scenarios.
Correlate Tachycardia with Clinical Presentation: Associate tachycardic rhythms with patient
signs and symptoms for accurate assessment.
Interventions for Unstable Tachycardia: Master critical interventions to stabilize patients
with life-threatening tachycardia.
Guidelines for Heart Block Management: Outline the standards for diagnosing and treating
different types of heart blocks.
Manage Unstable Bradycardia: Review essential interventions for patients presenting with
hemodynamically unstable bradycardia.
Early Management of Hypotension and Shock: Guide the prompt identification and initial
treatment strategies for hypotensive shock and resuscitation.
Examine the Four Domains of Life: Recognize and describe the
components of physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
Define Happiness: Articulate the concept of happiness in the context of
health and well-being.
Correlation Between Happiness and Longevity: Investigate the
connection between positive affect and increased life expectancy.
Harvard Happiness Study Analysis: Review and discuss the
methodology and implications of the Harvard Happiness Study.
Master the CHERISH Mnemonic: Employ the CHERISH mnemonic to enhance personal and patient well-being.
Vision Crafting: Develop a personal and professional life vision that
encompasses happiness and health.
To guide the clinical approach to airway emergencies
Burnout in AEM
To guide in running a code blue and near-code
Optimize the Clinician/Prevent Burnout
Review the fiduciary relationship – ethical and legal relationship of trust between the healthcare provider and the patient.
Understand that heuristics are mental shortcuts or ‘rules of thumb’ that simplify decision making. In medical practice, they can lead to both efficient and sometimes erroneous conclusions.
Review the three causes of medical errors
The process of making inferences about the causes of one’s own and others’ behaviors, which can lead to diagnostic bias.
Stopping the search for a diagnosis once a plausible answer has been found, possibly missing the correct diagnosis.
The tendency to rely too heavily on the first piece of information seen (anchor) when making decisions (like initial symptoms in triage).
The likelihood of a disease after considering the evidence, which may be over- or underestimated.
Continuing on a diagnostic path without considering alternatives due to previous momentum in that direction.
The way information is presented can affect decision making and problem-solving, leading to errors.
The decision-making error caused by ceasing to consider other possible diagnoses after a diagnosis is reached.
A cognitive bias that overestimates the likelihood of events that are more readily available in memory, which can skew diagnosis.
The tendency to search for, interpret, and remember information in a way that confirms one’s preconceptions, leading to diagnostic errors.
Having a mentor or coach to review decisions and provide guidance can help prevent errors.
Continuous learning and skill improvement can help prevent cognitive errors.
Awareness and understanding of one’s own thought processes can help identify and correct for biases.
Being open to multiple possibilities can help ensure a thorough diagnostic process.
Recognizing and controlling emotional responses and value judgments can help reduce cognitive errors.
Using checklists or decision support systems can help reduce errors due to memory failure.
Creating mechanisms for feedback on diagnostic decisions can improve accuracy and accountability.
Establishing a Personal Vision for Healthcare Professionals
To guide healthcare professionals in setting a clear vision for their careers and lives, aligning personal goals with their professional aspirations.
Equipping Healthcare Leaders with Inspirational Leadership Tools
To empower healthcare professionals with practical tools and strategies for inspiring and motivating their teams, colleagues, and patients.
Enhancing Effective Communication Skills in Healthcare
To improve healthcare professionals’ ability to communicate logically, clearly, and concisely in various clinical and non-clinical settings, fostering better patient care and teamwork.
Mastering Diplomatic Conflict Resolution in Healthcare
To train healthcare professionals in the art of handling conflicts diplomatically, promoting harmonious relationships among colleagues, patients, and within interdisciplinary teams.
Coping Strategies for Stress Management and Worry Reduction
To provide healthcare professionals with effective techniques for managing stress and minimizing worry, ensuring they can maintain their well-being and perform optimally in demanding healthcare environments.
Cultivating a Culture of Appreciation in Healthcare
To help healthcare professionals understand the importance of appreciation in healthcare settings and practice how to give meaningful and genuine appreciation to colleagues, patients, and support staff.
100% PANCE GUARANTEE:
IF YOU FAIL YOUR PANCE AFTER TAKING OUR CURRICULUM,
WE WILL WORK WITH YOUR UNTIL YOU PASS AT NO ADDITIONAL COST.
YOU WILL BE DIRECTLY MENTORED BY JOHN, AS WELL AS PUT INTO A STUDY COHORT.
CME4Life offers a 7 day money back guarantee on individual courses ordered. If you order multiple courses exceeding $1,000.00, CME4Life will refund you the full amount minus a $50.00 Per Course Administrative Fee plus S&H. If you have not tried our products previously, we strongly encourage that you purchase a single product first to ensure it will meet your educational style and needs. CME4Life reserves the right to refuse to sell to individuals who consistently make large purchases only to return them.
Gift Cards/Product Purchases – There are NO REFUNDS on any orders that include gift cards/special promotions. Once you receive your paid invoice, and your order and credit card have been processed NO REFUNDS will be issued. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Conference Cancellation Policy – Written cancellations received 30 or more days prior to the conference start date will be eligible for a full refund of the registration fee paid. Cancellations received less than 30 days, but prior to the conference start date will receive credit towards a future CME4Life conference of their choice. For cancellations received on or after the conference start date, 50% of the registration fee paid will be credited toward a future CME4Life conference.
**If unforeseen circumstances occur, CME4Life reserves the right to postpone or cancel any course or conference. CME4Life will refund the registration fee but will not be held responsible for any related expenses incurred by participants.**