A CME course bundle specifically designed to prepare you for the unexpected in emergency medicine.

Enhance your pediatric skills and build confidence while working in the urgent care or emergency department setting. In this course, you will learn to identify various causes of fever in children, abdominal pain, rashes and curveballs that can often present themselves. Identify crucial findings and learn more about pediatric medicine with cases including scarlet fever, impetigo, tinea, Kawasaki disease, pyloric stenosis, pyloromyotomy, intussusception, testicular torsion, autism spectrum disorder, and more. This comprehensive course bundle is worth 6.5 CME credits.

  • Pediatric Urgent Care & Emergency Medicine

    Understanding which pediatric cases require emergent intervention or need urgent referrals can reduce medical errors and improve patient outcomes. Learn from our instructors from PM Pediatrics, and Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Bronx Care Hospital Center.

  • Learn at Your Own Pace

    This CME course combines video podcasts and audio/video slide recordings. We understand that education takes time - so complete the course at your own pace and refer back to our material for review anytime. Each of the lectures in this course lasts about 45 minutes to 1 hour in length for a total of 6.5 CME hours.

  • Pre/Post Test & CME certificate

    Answer the pre/post test along with the evaluation form after completion of the course to generate your CME certificate.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Pediatric Urgent Care Essentials Introduction

    • Welcome!

    • CME Information Statement

    • Before We Begin...

  • 2

    Pediatric Emergency Medicine Essentials-Fever in Babies

    • Meet the Mentor - Dr. Roy Vega (Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center)

    • VIDEO - Fevers in Babies

    • SLIDES - Fevers in Babies

  • 3

    Pediatric Emergency Medicine Essentials-Abdominal Pain Part 1

    • VIDEO - Abdominal Pain Part 1

    • SLIDES - Abdominal Pain Part 1

  • 4

    Pediatric Emergency Medicine Essentials-Abdominal Pain Part 2

    • VIDEO - Abdominal Pain Part 2

    • SLIDES - Part 2: Abdominal Pain Part 2

  • 5

    Pediatric EM Essentials-Childhood Rashes: Benign or Worrisome?

    • VIDEO - Childhood Rashes: Benign or Worrisome?

    • SLIDES - Childhood Rashes: Benign or Worrisome?

  • 6

    The Autistic and Special Needs Child in Urgent Care

    • VIDEO - The Autistic and Special Needs Child in the Acute Care Setting

    • SLIDES - The Autistic and Special Needs Child in Urgent Care

  • 7

    Non-Accidental Traumas

    • Meet the Mentor - Dr. Elliott Friedman (PM Pediatrics)

    • Lecture Introduction

    • VIDEO - Pediatric Non Accidental Trauma

    • SLIDES - Pediatric Non Accidental Trauma

  • 8

    Pediatric Curveballs

    • VIDEO - Curveballs in Pediatric Urgent Care

    • SLIDES - Curveballs in Pediatric Urgent Care

  • 9

    Pediatric Curveballs-2nd Inning

    • VIDEO - Pediatric Curveball-2nd Inning

    • SLIDES - Pediatric Curveball-2nd Inning

  • 10

    Post Course Evaluation

    • Before You Go...

    • Post Course Quiz

    • Post-Course Evaluation

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Pediatric Urgent Care Essentials

Our Master Clinicians Mentor

Master the Art of Medicine by Learning from the Best!

Roy Vega, MD

Medical Director, Division of Pediatric Emergency Services Department of Emergency Medicine at Bronx Care Hospital Center

I am a board certified pediatrician, and board certified pediatric emergency medicine physician, with 30 years of experience. As the director of the pediatric emergency department, I worked collaboratively with various committees in the hospital. Those include the Resuscitation Committee, the Department of Pediatrics Quality Management Committee, E.D. Performance Improvement and Quality of Care Committees, ED Process Analysis Committee, Medical Records Committee, Credentials Committee, Sedation Task Force, and the Security Sub-Committee. In addition to overseeing quality and improvement for the pediatric emergency department, I am actively involved in resident and medical student education. Mentoring residents for research projects and career advice is also an integral part of my position. Physician area of Specialty "Clinical Focus": Children with respiratory conditions, dehydration, telemedicine, and sedation.

Elliott Friedman

Clinical Educator & Medical Director PM Pediatrics

Dr. Friedman is board certified in both pediatric emergency medicine and pediatrics. He graduated from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and trained in pediatrics at the Montefiore/Einstein program where he also served as a Chief Resident. Dr. Friedman received his undergraduate degree from Yeshiva University. Currently, Dr. Elliott M. Friedman is the Medical Director of PM Pediatrics of Carle Place and Rockville Centre, and was previously a lead physician at PM Pediatrics of Syosset. Dr. Friedman is the former Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, as well as the former Director of Pediatric Medical Student Education at Jamaica Hospital where he worked for 20 years. He continues to be actively involved in training other physicians in pediatric advanced life support and advanced trauma life support. Dr. Friedman has served on several city-wide committees including: NYC Mayor's Task Force on Child Abuse, NYC Department of Health Pediatric Disaster Advisory Group and the NYC Pediatric Disaster Preparedness Task Force. In addition, he was a lecture-panelist at the NYC Child Safety Medical Summit in May 2009.

Continuing Medical Education

Accreditation: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Oakstone Publishing and Master Clinicians, LLC. Oakstone Publishing is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation: Oakstone Publishing designates this enduring material for a maximum of 6.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 

Emergency Room Essentials Bundle

6.5 CME credits **10% of proceeds goes to charity. Details below.**

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