No new posts this week - getting some much needed R&R with the family. More great content coming soon!
Check out PEMBlog next week for all things rashes. You never know what will pop up!
If you'll be attending the APPD Spring meeting in Atlanta, GA this week and want to chat about FOAM, asynchronous learning, blogs, podcasts and more come to my Enhanced Learning Session tomorrow, Wednesday, March 21st.
I'll be in Washington, DC this weekend at the 2018 Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fellows Conference. If you're attending I'd be delighted to chat about online learning, #FOAMed, podcasts and more.
It is natural to reflect at the end of the year. I wanted to share this post as a way to thank all of my readers and contributors and to give a full accounting of how the site performed over the past year. Sharing this data will hopefully allow me to continue to improve the site and expand PEMBlog's educational reach in the service of my ongoing efforts to teach as many providers as possible about the care of ill and injured children.
This is the abbreviated, online version of the PEMPix presentation from the 2017 AAP National Conference and Exhibition in Chicago, IL. Instead of having 30 seconds to answer each question you can test yourself and pause the video on each question. Enjoy!
Quick hits from the second scientific abstract session at the Section on Emergency Medicine Program at the 2017 AAP National Conference and Exhibition.
Quick hits from the first scientific abstract session at the Section on Emergency Medicine Program at the 2017 AAP National Conference and Exhibition.
PEMBlog was born in August 2012. In the last 5 years it has grown beyond my wildest expectations thanks to you, the readers and contributors. Thank you!
Welcome to new physicians and physicians in new roles. July is a time of change. Remember what it is like to be the new kid n the block and show some kindness, and be patient. Most of all, love what you do.