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Oct 27-30: Emergency Physicians to Convene in Denver for World's Largest Emergency Medicine Conference


 

Leaders in emergency medicine research, clinical practice, technology and more will convene in Denver for ACEP19, the largest gathering of its kind from October 27-30th at the Colorado Convention Center. Hosted by the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), this meeting is the premier opportunity to network, learn and explore new trends and technology paving the way forward for emergency medicine.

Hundreds of educational courses and research presentations will address some of the most pressing challenges facing emergency care providers and patients every day. Topics will include pain management and opioids, disaster and mass casualty preparedness, psychiatric emergencies, infectious diseases, toxicology, emergency care for seniors and children, health policy and more.

A simulated emergency department, innovatED, will be in operation right in the Exhibit Hall from Sunday to Tuesday at Booth 1026. Attendees can observe live case simulations applying the latest tools and technology in some of life's most harrowing moments, including mass casualty response. The Exhibit Hall will feature more than 400 companies and organizations showcasing the latest products and services from some of the most respected names in emergency medicine.

Renowned speakers will be discussing issues that impact emergency medicine; firearm injury prevention, gender equity, solutions to surprise billing, emergency medicine in rural communities or nontraditional environments such as wilderness or cruise ship medicine.

The latest in emergency medical research will be on display at the Research Forum. Abstracts of select studies are available in advance for media. This is an invaluable opportunity to hear from the leading minds establishing the foundation for lifesaving techniques and protocol on which clinicians rely.

 
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