The ACEP Scientific Assembly Helps Professionals Improve Their Skills

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American College of Emergency Physicians

Morris Kharasch, MD, splits his time between serving as a clinical associate professor of emergency medicine at the University of Chicago’s Pritzker School of Medicine and president of professional staff at NorthShore University HealthSystem. Possessing more than 20 years of experience, Dr. Morris Kharasch specializes in emergency medicine and is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians.

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) was founded in 1968 with the goal of providing emergency medicine physicians with a reliable source for continuing education and information. To this end, the organization hosts several professional events throughout the year, including the ACEP Scientific Assembly. As the organization’s flagship event, the Scientific Assembly welcomes emergency medical professionals from around the world. The event combines policy development, networking, education, and new technology to create an immersive experience that helps attendees enhance their clinical skills and stay abreast of advancements in the field.

The ACEP16 Scientific Assembly is scheduled for October 16 to 19, 2016, at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This year’s curriculum will focus on general and risk management tools, along with various clinical topics. Attendees can learn about everything from abdominal disorders and neurology to professional skills and health policy through educational courses, labs, and workshops. The event is open to any professional involved in emergency medicine, including medical students and residents.


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