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SEMPA is launching its new SEMPA Live! virtual education channel by kicking it off with FREE CME courses.

SEMPA Live! is a must-attend event for anyone who works in emergency medicine. From EMPAs to health care providers engaged in the practice of emergency medicine, SEMPA Live! lectures provide essential clinical content and vital risk-management concepts for a wide range of specialists.

Once a month through the end of the year, SEMPA Live! will be offering a free CME lecture for EMPAs with a live question and answer session. There will also be an opportunity to virtually chat with other EMPAs from across the country.

To register, go to https://www.sempa.org/education/sempa-live/.

Upcoming SEMPA Live! Events

August 25, 2020
7pm Central 

Doom From Down Under: Scary GYN Stories and What I Learned From Them + Q&A 
Jenny Beck-Esmay, MD
September 22, 2020
7 pm Central 
Pitfalls to Avoid the Management of DKA + Q&A 
George Willis, MD
October 13, 2020
7 pm Central 
Cardiology Literature Review: What's New in 2020 + Q&A 
Tarlan Hedayati, MD
November 19, 2020
7 pm Central 
*Registration opening soon*
"Pain in the...": A review of recent literature on managing common painful complaints in the ED + Q&A
Jessica Mason, MD & Jessie Werner, MD
December 9, 2020
7 pm Central 
Pediatric Orthopedic Pearls and Pitfalls + Q&A 
Andrew Perron, MD
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There's still time to sign up for the FREE CME lecture on Tuesday, August 25, 5 pm PST / 7 pm CST / 8 pm EST. Join us for a live question and answer session and virtually chat with EMPAs from across the country!
"Doom From Down Under: Scary GYN Stories and What I Learned From Them"
Jenny Beck-Esmay, MD
Assistant Residency Director
Mount Sinai St. Luke's - Mount Sinai West
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
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