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Trauma Symposium

16th Annual Trauma Symposium Presentations


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  • Evidenced Based Treatment for TBI
  • Pediatric Head Injuries
  • Anticoagulation Issues And VTE Prophylaxis in Trauma
  • Impact of Crystalloids
  • The ACT Alert: A Novel ED Protocol to Improve Care of Anticoagulated Geriatric Trauma Patients
  • A Trauma Survivor’s Blueprint for Success
  • Limiting Post-intubation Pulmonary Complications in the ICU: Can we get to zero?
  • ED Activation
  • Pain Management Perils in the Emergency Department
  • Dying in 2014: Challenges and Innovations in End of Life Issues
  • Pancreatic Trauma
  • Ventilator Management of Traumatic Acute Lung Injury
  • Essentials of Burn Care

COURSE OVERVIEW

The AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center 16th Annual Trauma Symposium, will address the latest advances and topics in trauma, critical care and emergency medicine,while emphasizing the importance of quality patient care.Speakers will include national and regional experts. This educational opportunity offers continuing education credits and networking opportunities for professional healthcare providers who contribute to the interdisciplinary care of the injured patient.

STATEMENT OF NEED

Data related to the care of critically ill and injured patients is rapidly evolving with advances in science and technology. If implementation at the bedside fails to keep pace, optimal patient care can be compromised. The course is designed to improve the knowledge, competence and performance of healthcare providers engaged in daily care of critically ill and traumatized patients to prevent a gap in knowledge where the information and technology exists. The symposium will feature didactic lectures and inspiring keynote addresses, with a balance between evidence-based principles and innovative, thought-provoking elements of trauma, critical care and emergency medicine. This comprehensive course will incorporate current guidelines and the newest techniques for evaluation, diagnosis and treatment; and provide a valuable update on the management of injured and critically ill patients.

CONFERENCE OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this program participants should be able to:

• Apply knowledge gained and lessons learned to provide quality trauma care in practice settings.

• Explain management, technology and techniques for optimal care of diverse trauma, critical care and emergency medicine-related issues.

• Illustrate the latest strategies and techniques for optimal care in the critical care setting, including pediatrics, respiratory care and burn injuries.

TARGET AUDIENCE

• Physicians

• Physician assistants

• Nurses/Nurse practitioners

• Respiratory therapists

• Physicial therapists

• Pre-hospital advanced life support • Allied healthcare professionals

 

Schedule Day — 3

AGENDA • Wednesday, May 7, 2014

 Click name to view bios
  SUNRISE GENERAL SESSION – Ocean Ballroom
7:00 - 8:00AM

The Value of Press-Ganey Scores in Trauma
Frederick Rogers, MD

8:00 - 9:00AM I’m Not Making This Up! Strange Cases!
Sydney Vail, MD
Breakout Sessions TRAUMA
Marlborough Room
EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Blenheim Room
CRITICAL CARE
Dennis Room
9:15 - 10:15AM

Post-Extubation Complications
John Gallagher, MSN, RN

Level 3 ED Trauma Activation
Panel Discussion

Rural Trauma
Frederick Rogers, MD

10:30 - 11:30AM

Room Awareness: It Matters
Sydney Vail, MD

Disaster Preparedness Planning
Kathe Conlon, BSN, RN

New Frontiers in ICU Monitoring
Niral Shah, MD

  GENERAL SESSION - Ocean Ballroom
11:30 - 1:00PM

Pediatric Head Injury
Mark D. Joffe, MD

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Exhibits will be available during the entire conference in the Bally Room.
Designated times will be set during the conference for networking.

Schedule and Speakers are subject to change.

 

Trauma Symposium Schedule

To download the full conference schedule in PDF format, click here

Lecture Handouts (Coming Soon)
Lecture handouts are available in PDF format for download.
To access them, click on the dropdown menu below and choose the specific day
to display the schedule and click on the lecture title to download.

Schedule Day — 2

AGENDA • Tuesday, May 6, 2014

 Click name to view bios
  SUNRISE GENERAL SESSION – Ocean Ballroom
7:00 - 8:00AM

Pancreatic Trauma
Juan Duchesne, MD

8:00 - 9:00AM Chemical Suicides: Risks to Healthcare Providers
Michael Reihart, DO
Breakout Sessions TRAUMA
Marlborough Room
EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Blenheim Room
CRITICAL CARE
Dennis Room
9:15 - 10:15AM

Chemical Suicides: Risks to Healthcare Providers
Impact of Crystalloids in DCR
Juan Duchesne, MD

Pain Management Perles
Thomas Brabson, DO

Ventilator Management of
Traumatic Acute Lung Injury
Edward Hamaty, Jr., DO

10:30 - 11:30AM

Traumatic Wound Management
Adam Saad, MD

Drugs of Abuse
Michael Reihart, DO

Essentials of Burn Care
Hamed Amani, MD

  GENERAL SESSION - Ocean Ballroom
11:30 - 1:00PM

Life Changes in an Instant
Lee Woodruff, Author and CBS This Morning Contributor

1:15 - 2:15PM

The Unsung Hero: The Caregiver
Lee Woodruff, Author and CBS This Morning Contributor

Breakout Sessions TRAUMA
Marlborough Room
EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Blenheim Room
CRITICAL CARE
Dennis Room
2:30 - 3:30PM

Trauma and Surgical
Critical Care Potpourri
Alex Axelrad, MD

Dying in 2014.Challenges and
Innovations in End of Life Issues
Brian Acunto, DO

Anticoagulation in Trauma
Anthony Macchiavelli, MD

  GENERAL SESSION - Ocean Ballroom
3:30 - 4:30PM

A Trauma Survivor’s Blueprint for Success
Anthony Macchiavelli, MD

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Exhibits will be available during the entire conference in the Bally Room.
Designated times will be set during the conference for networking.

Schedule and Speakers are subject to change.

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