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McGraw-Hill Professional and American College of Emergency Physicians Roll Out CME Functionality On AccessEmergency Medicine
Date:11/3/2008

d Tom Werlinich, ACEP's associate executive director of educational products. "Our members always want more CME on procedures, especially the ones they don't perform very often. It's important to them to get a 'refresher' every now and then to keep their skills sharp and their comfort levels high. AccessEmergency Medicine gives us a chance to meet their needs using new technology -- it lets us take the 'skill station' content to a much larger audience. It's just another example of how the work ACEP and McGraw-Hill do together improves our members' knowledge and skill, and ultimately, how it improves patient care."

In addition to the dedicated CME modules, AccessEmergency Medicine provides a library of more than 50 videos and animations -- including step-by- step procedures, decision rules, and critical interventions. New videos are added every month. Annual institutional and individual subscriptions are available. Physicians can also purchase 24- or 48- hour subscriptions to AccessEmergency Medicine to take advantage of the CME opportunities.

About AccessEmergency Medicine

McGraw-Hill's AccessEmergency Medicine is an integrated online resource that provides emergency medicine practitioners and residents and medical students with quick answers to diagnosis and treatment questions for complaints encountered in the Emergency Department. AccessEmergency Medicine delivers content from leading emergency medicine textbooks, as well as instructional videos, a vast library of images, downloadable audio files, and specialized search capabilities. More information on this and other products can be found at http://www.accessemergencymedicine.com .

About McGraw-Hill Professional

McGraw-Hill Professional is a unit of McGraw-Hill Education, a leading global provider of instructional, assessment and reference solutions that empower professionals and students of all ages. McGraw-Hil
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