Emergency Medicine Education
After completing an EPIX developed continuing medical education (CME) course, you will change something about the way you practice on your next shift. Maybe you will do something differently. Maybe you will stop doing it like you always have. Something will change. And that is what makes EPIX education different from all the rest.
EPIX CME and patient safety briefs are developed and written for EPIX insured physicians and advanced practice providers by nationally known educator and clinically practicing emergency physician, Dr. Stephen Colucciello. All CME are exclusive to EPIX and accredited ACEP Category I and AMA PRA Category 1™. All CME include urgent care best practices.
EPIX CME and patient safety briefs are available through our educational consulting program. Please contact EPIX if you would like more information.
ACEP and EP Monthly articles of value will be shared here.
Current EPIX CME Library
Advances in the Emergent Diagnosis of High Risk Chest Pain; Part 1
Advances in the Emergent Diagnosis of High Risk Chest Pain; Part 2
New Guidelines for Pediatric Fever and Sepsis
Pain Management Part I; Opioids in the ED
Pain Management Part II; Alternatives to Opioids
Recognizing and Treating Sepsis in the ED
Recognizing and Treating Stroke in the ED