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Ann Dietrich, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Associate Professor of Primary Care-Lead
Ohio University Heritage College of Medicine
Associate Pediatric Medical Director,
Lee Ann Wurster, MS, RN, CPNP
Nationwide Children's Hospital
Larry B. Mellick, MD, MS, FAAP, FACEP
Professor of Emergency Medicine
Professor of Pediatrics
Editorial Advisory Board:
James E. Colletti, MD, FAAP, FAAEM, FACEP
Associate Residency Director
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Robert A. Felter, MD, FAAP, CPE, FACEP
Emergency Medicine and Trauma Center
Professor of Clinical Pediatrics
Georgetown University School of Medicine
George L. Foltin, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Associate Professor of Pediatric and Emergency Medicine
New York University School of Medicine
Michael Gerardi, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
New Jersey Medical School
Director, Pediatric Emergency Services
Goryeb Children’s Hospital,
Morristown Memorial Hospital
Christopher J. Haines, DO, FAAP, FACEP
Chief Medical Officer
Children’s Specialized Hospital
New Brunswick, NJ
Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Drexel University College of Medicine
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
Dennis A. Hernandez, MD
Pediatric Emergency Services
Walt Disney Pavilion
Florida Hospital for Children
Steven Krug, MD
Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Children’s Memorial Hospital
Department of Pediatrics
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Jeffrey Linzer Sr., MD, FAAP, FACEP
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
Emory University School of Medicine
Associate Medical Director for Compliance
Emergency Pediatric Group
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston and Hughes Spalding
Charles Nozicka, DO, FAAP, FAAEM
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Advocate
Condell Medical Center
Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine
Rosalind Franklin University
Alfred Sacchetti, MD, FACEP
Chief of Emergency Services
Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center
Clinical Assistant Professor
Thomas Jefferson University
John P. Santamaria, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Affiliate Professor of Pediatrics
University of South Florida School of Medicine
Robert W. Schafermeyer, MD, FACEP, FAAP, FIFEM
Associate Chair, Department of Emergency Medicine
Carolinas Medical Center
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine
University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Chapel Hill, NC
Ghazala Q. Sharieff, MD, MBA
University of California, San Diego
Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Palomar Health System
Jonathan I. Singer, MD, FAAP, FACEP
Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
Boonshoft School of Medicine
Wright State University
Milton Tenenbein, MD, FRCPC, FAAP, FAACT
Professor of Pediatrics and Pharmacology
University of Manitoba
Director of Emergency Services
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
N. Ewen Wang, MD
Professor of Emergency Medicine
Associate Director Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Stanford School of Medicine
James A. Wilde, MD, FAAP
Professor of Emergency Medicine, Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Georgia Health Sciences University
Steven M. Winograd, MD, FACEP
St. Barnabas Hospital, Core Faculty
Emergency Medicine Residency
Albert Einstein Medical School
Bronx, New York
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Physicians and nurses participate in this CME/CE activity by reading the issues, using the provided references for further research, and studying the questions at the end of each issue. Participants will then be directed to a website, where they will complete an online assessment to show what they've learned. They must score 100 on the assessment in order to complete the activity, but they are allowed to answer the questions multiple times if needed. After they have successfully completed the assessment and an evaluation, they will receive their credit letter.