Applied Clinical Education (ACE) develops educational initiatives designed to meet the needs of practicing clinicians based on identified and verifiable gaps within a target audience. Individual activities focus on maintaining, developing, or increasing the knowledge, skills, and professional performance of clinicians to advance care.
As an advocate of lifelong learning and supporter of applied learning strategies, ACE is dedicated to providing education that strengthens medical knowledge and enhances the clinical care of patients by healthcare professionals with the ultimate goal of improving patient care and public health.
ACE hosts the medical education Web sites CMEZone.com and CEZone.com. All educational activities jointly sponsored by ACE, regardless of primary distribution, have an E-CME component posted online at CMEZone.com/CEZone.com. Through its partnership with CECity, ACE makes all CME/CPE/CE activities available to CECity’s Centricity Network, which consists of more than 35 sites devoted to medical professions. This alliance further extends the reach of education for ACE activities.
ACE maintains a strong relationship with McMahon Publishing’s 12 specialty publications, which consistently reach more than 450,000 clinicians. For over 35 years, McMahon Publishing has built and maintained a strong track record of excellent readership scores for these vehicles, with several publications achieving best-read status according to syndicated readership surveys. With a combination of editorial excellence, frequent communications with its network of readers, and a presence at approximately 85 medical conventions each year, McMahon Publishing offers an unparalleled educational distribution and dissemination channel to clinicians across the United States—a channel that is uniquely available to ACE.
With its partnership with McMahon Publishing’s specialty publications, and the even broader audience afforded by its E-CME arms, ACE effectively delivers CME/CPE/CE activities to large audiences of appropriate clinicians.
Preventing Residual Neuromuscular Blockade and Ensuring Complete Recovery: A Discussion and Demonstration Using Simulation
Upon completion of this activity, participants will have improved their ability to:
1. Identify patients at risk for residual neuromuscular blockade (RNMB)
2. Appraise the roles of subjective and objective train-of-four monitoring in reducing the risk of RNMB
3. Employ an appropriate RNMB reversal agent and dose in patients with comorbid conditions
4. Discuss strategies to improve perioper...