Master Lacerations as an EM Resident

Master Lacerations as an EM Resident Webinar - August 8

This webinar is brought to you by EB Medicine, publisher of Evidence-Based Urgent Care: the #1 source of evidence-based recommendations in urgent care.

Topic: Master Lacerations as an EM Resident (Live Online 1-Hour Discussion with Q&A)

Speaker: Patrick O’Malley, MD

Price: $0 (a $99 value!)

Description: Laceration management is a core competency for emergency physicians. Medical school and residency training for this is variable, and not all residents graduate with a mastery of this. Beyond the physical act of suturing, we have to be familiar with the documentation, billing, coding, and medicolegal aspects of laceration management.

In this webinar, Dr. Patrick O’Malley provides valuable insights into how and why residents should master this topic, not only for their time in residency, but for when they graduate and are working in the community setting. Come join us for some great tips and tricks that will improve your practice!

In this live webinar + Q&A, you will learn to:

  • Come away with 5+ tips that will change how you approach lacerations
  • Intentionality and efficiency
  • Medical decision making through case presentation
  • Understand suture materials
  • Dispel common laceration myths
  • Discuss must-have products
  • Advanced techniques
  • Introduction to The Laceration Course and how it can impact your training
Meet the Speaker

Patrick O’Malley, MD received his medical degree from Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University in 2004 and completed his emergency medicine residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. Since completing residency, he has worked in a number of community emergency departments and urgent cares of varying sizes and acuity levels. Dr. O’Malley has lectured at multiple Urgent Care Association national conferences and is the creator of The Laceration Course, working closely with many urgent care groups and organizations. He serves as a peer reviewer for Evidence-Based Urgent Care. He enjoys medical device development and holds several patents for medical and consumer products.