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EEM 2015 – Registration is now open!

Register today for EEM 2015. Join us as we embark on the next phase in our evolution.

An upscale Las Vegas theater is the new venue for the best conference in Emergency Medicine. Social events and “Happy Hour” sessions enhance your educational experience and are designed to energize your mind and lift your spirit.

The EEM 2015 conference will be held October 13-15, 2015. This year, we are limiting live registration to ensure the best possible experience for you. Register today to guarantee your seat.

For a complete lecture schedule, faculty listing, and more information,                                      check out our essentialsofem.com website. See you in Las Vegas!

P.S. A little secret between friends…EEM 2016 is moving to the spring                                        (May 10-12, 2016 in Las Vegas).

Essentials… “It’s more than education.” ™

Hippo EM Podcast Episode 11: Dermatology

So Captain Cortex (Stuart Swadron) and Mel Herbert were up in the Hippo Education studio redoing some board review material. The Captain came up with a brilliant way to simplify Steven Johnson Syndrome, Toxic Epidermal necrolysis and Erythema multiforme…brilliant. Then Herbert realizes the causes of those diseases are the same as DRESS syndrome that was covered in EM:RAP recently and DAMMM – you got yourself a little podcast offering from HIPPO Education…you’re welcome!

EEM 2014 – Session Host Video- Stuart Swadron, MD

Leading off your conference this year is Stuart Swadron and his Neurology Smackdown. Taking part with Stuart in the neurological madness will be Drs. Scott Weingart and Billy Mallon. Where will you be watching when they hit the EEM 2014 stage for Day 1: Session 1? Live in San Francisco or online at essentialsofem.com? Register today.



EMRAP Audio Update – California Prop. 46

There is a new proposition in California: Prop 46.  It has potentially serious implications not just for California physicians but potentially for other states.  Drs. Billy Mallon, Stuart Swadron and Carl Berdahl weigh in…” Subscribe to EMRAP today by clicking HERE