I am delighted to be able to use PEMBlog as a platform to showcase the work of colleagues in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. During the upcoming American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans, LA I will be posting a number of articles that directly complement the presentations featured before and during the Section on Emergency Medicine programming. I will update this page with links as the content goes live.


Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

2019 PEMPix Online Case 1: Voodoo on you too

1:15PM GMT-4 / 12:15PM GMT-5

The first of three online PEMPix cases, featuring an infant with some curious movements .

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019

2019 PEMPix Online Case 2: Roux the day

1:15PM GMT-4 / 12:15PM GMT-5

The second of three online PEMPix cases, which features an incredibly interesting rash.

Thursday, October 24th, 2019

Disaster Preparedness for the Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician

9:30AM GMT-4 / 8:30AM GMT-5

Posted in advance of the Committee for the Future Session by Deanna Dahl-Grove, MD and Joelle Simpson, MD. It will contain several resources for Pediatric Emergency Medicine physicians looking to improve their personal knowledge on the processes involved in Disaster Preparedness.

2019 PEMPix Online Case 3: A picayune problem

1:15PM GMT-4 / 12:15PM GMT-5

The third of three online PEMPix cases in which you will learn to listen to the parents and to not ignore the symptoms if they are different than what the patient has previously experienced.

Friday, October 25th, 2019

Quality Improvement and Disaster Recovery: A Podcast Interview with Brent Kaziny, MD

1:00PM GMT-4 / 12:00PM GMT-5

The next episode of PEM Currents: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine podcast will feature an interview that will deepen your understanding of disaster recovery, featuring practical advice and personal commentary from Dr. Kaziny’s direct experience during Hurricane Harvey in Houston, TX.

Saturday, October 26th, 2019

EmergiQuiz Post #1 & EmergiQuiz Post #2

10:00AM GMT-4 / 9:00AM GMT-5

For the first time ever, we will be highlighting the excellent learning from EmergiQuiz cases with a blog post for each case, authored by the presenting fellow.

EmergiQuiz Post #3 & EmergiQuiz Post #4

11:30AM GMT-4 / 12:30PM GMT-5

The second duo of EmergiQuiz cases will also have companion posts focused on the practical learning featured during the presentation.

2019 PEMPix: The Video Version

2:00PM GMT-4 / 1:00PM GMT-5

PEMPix is the AAP Section on Emergency Medicine’s visual diagnosis competition held annually at the National Conference and Exhibition. Following the live presentation by yours truly I will be posting a video version online.