Jordan Smelski Foundation for Amoeba Awareness donates $5,000 for FCEP's PAM webinar
FCEP was recently awarded funding by The Jordan Smelski Foundation in support of FCEP/EMLRC’s
Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalitis (PAM): Red Flags and Lifesaving Critical Care Tips for the Emergency Medicine Professional
course which reviews the pre-hospital red-flags and clinical guidelines for the diagnosis of PAM as well as the clinical care pathways and rapid laboratory diagnostic testing criteria for emergency care patients with suspected PAM. Through the support received by The Jordan Smelski Foundation, this online continuing education module will be made available free of charge for all Florida emergency medicine professionals for a period of one year.
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