Registration Now Open for SEMPA 360!
Make a difference in your practice by joining us for SEMPA 360, March 16-20, 2020, in Chicago, IL for the most in-depth and comprehensive educational experience available for EMPAs.
Register Now To:
Increase your depth and breadth of medical knowledge
Take your emergency medicine skills to the next level with hands-on workshops
Learn about the specialty’s latest tools, trends and techniques
Connect with colleagues from across the country
Build a network of likeminded people
And much, much more!
And if you register today, you can take advantage of
the deeply discounted early-bird rates!
This course is designed to be a "scan and surf" adventure with the education ending at 2 pm each day so participants have time to enjoy the location. With so much to do in Huntington Beach and the hotel offering a Beach Amenities Program, the SEMPA Ultrasound Course is the perfect balance of education and fun!
The course will provide point-of-care ultrasound training to physician assistants working in emergency medicine. Didactic sessions will focus on concise, useful information, images, and video. Most importantly, participants will have the opportunity to learn the necessary skills through hands-on teaching and practice on models under the guidance of experienced faculty and sonographers.
Upon completion of this program participants should be able to:
List the standard views or “windows” for each of the six primary areas of emergency ultrasound - trauma, aorta, biliary, cardiac, pelvic and procedural applications
Accurately interpret point of care ultrasounds
Demonstrate the standard views or “windows” for each of the six primary areas of emergency ultrasound - trauma, aorta, biliary, cardiac, pelvic and procedural applications
Limited to 50 participants
1:5 faculty to student ratio
Hands-on scanning of live models
Simulation technology incorporated
Lots of practice time
Earn CME towards your EM-CAQ
Faculty from emergency ultrasound fellowship programs
Learn the core applications to emergency ultrasound
Time to enjoy all Huntington Beach has to offer
For more information and to register:
Currently prepping for the PANCE. I have been studying for the past two months from PPP and ROSH. Initially I did alot of reading from PPP with scattered questions realizing quickly this is not as effective as making notes. I started to make notes for the bigger systems, such as CARDS, PULM, GI, MSK. Ive been studying everyday from 10-12 hours and with a week left I get this feeling that Im not ready.
Below I posted my results I took two weeks ago, not sure how to feel.
My question to yall is, what are some strategies you used to take exams? what algorithm did you have in your mind when analyzing a question.
My ROSH score is a 578 with 92% passing but I understand this isnt as predictable.
I have played with Kaplan and have scored in the mid 60s to 70s on it within each organ system.