Time is Brain: The Myriad of Stroke Presentations Seen in the ED Course – Non-Member Physicians
Time is Brain: The Myriad of Stroke Presentations Seen in the ED is an internet enduring activity that will take approximately 3 hours to complete in its entirety.
This activity was released on December 17, 2021 and the accreditation period expires on October 31, 2024.
Time is Brain: The Myriad of Stroke Presentations Seen in the ED is appropriate for all levels of emergency care providers.
Stroke is a time-sensitive diagnosis that requires immediate recognition and treatment. The challenge for ED providers is recognizing the myriad of stroke presentations, ordering the appropriate neuroimaging and safely providing therapeutic interventions. In these modules, we will discuss how to quickly diagnose and treat a variety of stroke syndromes using evidence-based guidelines. The program includes:
- 6 narrated PowerPoints
- 3.25 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ continuing medical education
To recognize and apply evidence-based strategies to manage stroke patients in the emergency department
To receive CME, you must:
- Read and agree to all activity information prior to the start of the program.
- Participate fully in educational content
- Listen to or read the lecture in its entirety.
- Complete the activity evaluation.
- Attest to completing the activity according to the steps referenced above.
Full information and instructions can be found here.
Once participation is successfully verified, ICEP will forward a CME certificate of completion within 14 working days. Please note that AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ may be awarded one (1) time in conjunction with your purchase during the 3-year period.
If you are an ICEP member, please register for the free course here.