Issuu on Google+

RE

GI NE ST W RA LO TI WE O N R PR IC

CLINCON 2009

The Premier Clinical Conference on Prehospital Emergency Care July 1-3, 2009 . Orlando, FL . The Rosen Centre Hotel

CONFERENCE BROCHURE

Presented by

Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center www.emlrc.org

E!


RE

GI NE ST W RA LO TI WE O N R PR IC

CLINCON 2009

The Premier Clinical Conference on Prehospital Emergency Care July 1-3, 2009 . Orlando, FL . The Rosen Centre Hotel

Conference Overview

ClinCon 2009 has been designed to provide a cutting edge learning experience that emphasizes practical, research-based continuing education for the streetwise prehospital provider.

Conference Audience

Paramedics, EMTs, Firefighters, EMS/Fire Administrators, EMS Medical Directors, EMS Educators, Emergency Physicians, Emergency Physician Assistants, Emergency Nurses, First Responders and other Allied Health Professionals.

Conference Dates & Hours Wednesday, July 1st Thursday, July 2nd Friday, July 3rd

8:00am - 5:00pm Preconferences 8:00am - 5:00pm 8:00am - 5:00pm

Conference Location

The Rosen Centre Hotel 9840 International Drive . Orlando, FL 32819 Reservations - (800) 800-9840 . www.rosencentre.com Room Rate: $139 S/D plus tax. Mention EMLRC ClinCon 2009. Guest Room Reservations Cut-Off Date: Friday, June 8, 2009 Looking to celebrate the 4th of July weekend in Orlando? Extend your stay and continue to enjoy this great Rosen Centre room rate!

Registration & More Information Visit www.emlrc.org/clincon2009.htm to register and to review additional conference details.

Presented by

Program Objectives

1. Discuss the changes effecting hospital destination decision making by EMS personnel. 2. Discuss the concept of “evidence–based” EMS practice. 3. Discuss the clinical physiology of Hypodermoclysis. 4. Discuss the use of Hypodermoclysis in the prehospital setting. 5. Discuss the administration of blood products in the prehospital setting. 6. Discuss the pros and cons of using Succinylcholine in the prehospital setting 7. Discuss pros and cons of the return of tourniquets in the prehospital setting. 8. Discuss the concept of extrication medicine. 9. Discuss the philosophy and physiology of geriatric trauma in the prehospital setting. 10. Discuss the use of ultrasound in the trauma patient in the prehospital setting. 11. Discuss the use of Moodle as a course management system for EMS education. 12. Discuss the use of video clips as an education tool. 13. Discuss the development and sustainment of an EMS field education program. 14. Discuss the management and treatment of pain in the prehospital setting. 15. Discuss the concepts of medical research and how they can be used to improve prehospital care. 16. Discuss the importance of 12 Lead EKG in the prehospital setting. 17. Discuss how the use of prehospital 12 lead EKG acquisition can improve the street to cath time of cardiac patients. 18. Discuss the concept of non-invasive respiratory gas monitoring in the prehospital setting. 19. Discuss how the use of impedance threshold devices effects cardiac arrest survival. 20. Discuss the use of intraossesous infusion in the prehospital setting. 21. Discuss the management and treatment of the lightning strike patient in the prehospital setting. 22. Discuss the concept of the two-edged role of oxygen and free radicals. 23. Discuss the controversies and clinical evidence of spinal movement restriction. 24. Discuss the concept of permissive hypotension and its effect(s) on trauma resuscitation. 25. Discuss the process for stabilization of the pediatric trauma patient in the prehospital setting.

Americans with Disabilities

EMLRC wishes to ensure no individual with a disability is excluded from the conference. If you require any auxiliary aids or services in order to attend this program, notify EMLRC 15 working days prior to the start of the conference.

Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center www.emlrc.org

E!


RE

GI NE ST W RA LO TI WE O N R PR IC

CLINCON 2009

The Premier Clinical Conference on Prehospital Emergency Care July 1-3, 2009 . Orlando, FL . The Rosen Centre Hotel

REGISTER

ONLINE www.emlrc.org

Presented by

Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center www.emlrc.org Conference Features

> A prehospital education program that is second to none.

ClinCon 2009 offers 25 presentations and over 20 available hours of continuing education credits. > Nationally renowned faculty.

ClinCon 2009 provides access to nationally renowned EMS faculty and subject matter experts. > See the latest in EMS equipment, vehicles and technology!

Exhibitors will be available to answer your questions and help solve your most challenging problems. > Home to the Bill Shearer International ALS-BLS Competition!

Come and compete against the best EMS providers in the world. Presented by EMLRC and EMS Magazine.

> Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center 3717 South Conway Road, Orlando, FL 32812 800.766.6335 | Fax 407.281.4407 | www.emlrc.org

NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 2361 ORLANDO, FL

E!


CLINCON 2009

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

Thursday, July 2, 2009 (cont.)

Wednesday, July 1, 2009

2:30pm-3:00pm Break in Exhibit Hall 3:00pm-4:00pm The Philosophy & Physiology of Geriatric Trauma Scott Bourn, PhD, RN, REMT-P 4:00pm-5:00pm Prehospital Ultrasound in the Trauma Patient Stephen J. Leech, MD B-3 EMS Education/Technology 1:30pm-2:30pm Moodle: Your Open Source to Course Management Shawn Treloar, REMT-P 2:30pm-3:00pm Break in Exhibit Hall 3:00pm-4:00pm Teaching In The Streets: Developing & Sustaining Field Education Edward Racht, MD 4:00pm-5:00pm A Primer: Using Video Clips as an Education Tool Daniel Griffin, REMT-P

7:00am-5:30pm 10:00am-2:00pm 5:30pm-7:00pm Preconferences 8:00am-5:00pm 8:00am-3:00pm

8:00am-5:00pm

Special Event 5:30am-7:00pm

Registration Exhibits Exhibits - ALS/BLS Competition Awards Ceremony P-1 Pediatric ITLS Course Course fee includes textbook. P-2 Assessment & Treatment of Trauma (ATT) Course Instructor Rollout This new international trauma curriculum from the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons offers state-of-the-art trauma information and prehospital care practices. Participants will work through sample scenarios, skills stations and discuss course administration to fully prepare them to implement the ATT program. Course requires online preparatory work be completed prior to attending the ClinCon Train-the-Trainer rollout. P-3 ACEP eACLS™ Course Renew your ACLS certification at ClinCon with ACEP's acclaimed online eACLS™ course. ClinCon attendees can complete the online course and skills training in a convenient manner all for only $149.00. Simply complete the online course anytime prior to the conference then complete a 30 minute skills examination on Wednesday, July 1 at ClinCon. This preconference requires a separate registration process. Please visit www.eacls.com/clincon to register or learn more about eACLS™. Opening Reception and ALS/BLS Competition Awards Ceremony in Exhibit Hall

Thursday, July 2, 2009 7:00am-5:00pm 10:00am-4:00pm General Sessions 8:00am-8:10am 8:10am-9:10am

Registration Exhibits

Welcome Remarks / Opening Ceremonies The Richard Slevinski Keynote Presentation It’s Not Just Where You Take Them, Its What You Take Them To: The Changing World of Hospital Destination Decisions By EMS Edward Racht, MD 9:10am-10:10am Becoming “Evidence-Based”: What Does It Mean in EMS & How Do We Get Started? Scott Bourn, PhD, RN, REMT-P 10:10am-10:45am Break in Exhibit Hall 10:45am-12:15pm Hypodermoclysis: Subcutaneous Infusion in the Prehospital Setting Coburn Allen, MD 12:15pm-1:30pm Lunch on own / Visit Exhibit Hall 1:30pm-5:00pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions B-1 Controversies in Prehospital Care 1:30pm- 2:30pm The Good Stuff at Last: Introduction to Out of Hospital Administration of Blood Products Jeff Myers, DO, EdM, NREMT-P 2:30pm-3:00pm Break in Exhibit Hall 3:00pm-4:00pm Without a Trace or Smoking Gun: Succinylcholine in the Pre-Hospital Setting Brittany Ann Williams MHSc, BSRT-NPS, NREMT-P 4:00pm-5:00pm A New Main Squeeze: Tourniquets in EMS Jeff Myers, DO, EdM, NREMT-P B-2 Trauma 1:30pm-2:30pm The Medicine Of Extrication Edward Racht, MD

Friday, July 3, 2009 7:00am-5:00pm Registration General Sessions 8:00am-8:05am Opening Remarks / Announcements 8:05am-9:05am Reality Check: What’s Medical Research Have To Do With Real World EMS? Scott Bourn, PhD, RN, REMT-P 9:05am-10:00am Don’t Be A Pain In The Ambulance: Management & Treatment of Pain Edward Racht, MD 10:00am-11:00am Break in Exhibit Hall 11:00am-12:15pm Have We Set The Bar To High: How Customer Expectations in EMS Cannot Be Met Bryan Bledsoe, DO, FACEP 12:15pm-1:30pm Lunch on own 1:30pm-5:00pm Concurrent Breakout Sessions B-1 CardioPulmonary 1:30pm-2:30pm Street to Cath: Real Life Examples of Why 12-Leads Are Important Jeff Myers, DO, EdM, NREMT-P 2:30pm-3:30pm Non-Invasive Respiratory Gas Monitoring Bryan Bledsoe, DO, FACEP 3:30pm-4:00pm Break 4:00pm-5:00pm Impedance Threshold Devices: Improving Survival From Cardiac Arrest Kenneth Navarro, NREMT-P B-2 General Medical 1:30pm-2:30pm Intraossesous Infusion Kenneth Navarro, NREMT-P 2:30pm- 3:30pm The Myths and Truths About Lightning Daniel Griffin, REMT-P 3:30pm-4:00pm Break 4:00pm-5:00pm Surely Oxygen Can’t Be Bad? An Introduction and Review of the Two-Edged Role of Oxygen and Free Radicals Bryan Bledsoe, DO, FACEP B-3 Trauma 1:30pm-2:30pm To Board or Not To Board? A Rational & Evidence –Based Approach to Spinal Movement Restriction Edward Racht, MD 2:30pm-3:30pm Prehospital Stabilization of the Pediatric Trauma Patient Scott Bourn, PhD, RN, REMT-P 3:30pm-4:00pm Break 4:00pm-5:00pm Permissive Hypotension: Changing the Tide of Trauma Fluid Resuscitation Jeff Myers, DO, EdM. NREMT-P 5:00pm Conference Adjourned

The Pre July 1-3

FACULTY Coburn Allen, MD, FAAP, FACEP Assistant Professor, Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine Houston, TX Bryan Bledsoe, DO, FACEP EMS Author/Consultant Midlothian, TX Clinical Professor of Emergency Medicine University of Nevada School of Medicine Las Vegas, NV Scott Bourn, PhD, RN, REMT-P National Director of Clinical Programs American Medical Response National Resource Center Greenwood Village, CO Edward Racht, MD Vice President of Medical Affairs Chief Medical Officer Piedmont Newnan Hospital Newnan, GA Daniel Griffin, REMT-P EMS Educator President Florida Association of EMS Educators Gainesville, FL

Stephen J. Leech, MD Director Emergency Medicine Ultrasound Fellowship Attending Physician Department of Emergency Medicine Orlando Regional Medical Center Orlando, FL

Continuing Education C

General Sessions and tracks app P-1 is approved for up to 8.0 cre credit hours. P-3 is approved fo credit, participants must sign in session is required to receive cre educational activity is approved & Resource Center (EMLRC), an o Continuing Education Coordina Services (CECBEMS) and the Flo EMS. Participants that require a local Medical Director or State E accredited by the Accreditation Education to sponsor continuin The EMLRC designates this cont hours in Category 1 of the Physi Each Physician should claim onl actually spends in the education to the American College of Eme credit and the American Osteop Nurses - Up to 20.0 nursing cont Emergency Medicine Learning & is approved as a provider of nur Nursing, Provider # 2731.


RE

emier Clinical Conference on Prehospital Emergency Care 3, 2009 . Orlando, FL . The Rosen Centre Hotel

p

CLINCON 2009 CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM Jeff Myers, DO, EdM, NREMT-P Clinical Assistant Professor Emergency Medicine State University of NY at Buffalo Buffalo, NY Kenneth Navarro, NREMT-P Continuing Education Coordinator Emergency Medicine Education Department University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Dallas, TX Shawn Treloar, REMT-P EMS Battalion Chief Sanford Fire Rescue Lead EMT Instructor Seminole Community College Sanford, FL Brittany Ann Williams MHSc, BSRT-NPS, NREMT-P Associate Professor EMS Santa Fe College 3737 NE 39th Avenue Gainesville, FL

Faculty Disclosure

The Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center adheres to ACCME standards regarding industry support of continuing medical education, and the disclosure of faculty and commercial sponsor relationships (if any) will be made known during the educational activity. Faculty are expected to openly disclose inclusion of discussion on any off-label, experimental or investigative use of drugs, devices, or equipment or any commercial sponsorship relations in their presentations.

Credit

proved for up to 12.0 credit hours. edit hours. P-2 is approved for up to 6.0 or up to 8.0 credit hours. To receive CME n each day. Attendance at an entire edit. Paramedics and EMTs - This d by the Emergency Medicine Learning organization accredited by the ating Board for Emergency Medical orida Department of Health, Bureau of additional approval should consult their EMS Office. Physicians - The EMLRC is Council for Continuing Medical ng medical education for physicians. tinuing medical activity for up to 20.0 ician's Recognition Award of the AMA. ly those hours of credit that he/she nal activity. Application has been made ergency Physicians for ACEP Category 1 pathic Association for Category 2 Credit. tact hours will be provided by the & Resource Center (EMLRC). The EMLRC rsing education by the Florida Board of

GI NE ST W RA LO TI WE O N R PR IC

E!

___________________________________________________________________________ First Name MI Last Name Suffix ___________________________________________________________________________ Title Agency Mailing Label Priority Code ___________________________________________________________________________ Billing Address ___________________________________________________________________________ City State Zip ___________________________________________________________________________ Phone Fax Email (Required) ___________________________________________________________________________ Type of License State of License License # Exp. Date Required Information to receive CME/CEU's MD/DO____ EMT____ Paramedic____ RN____ PA____ Other____________________ Check all that apply Registration Fee Schedule

Check only one if applicable Before or On June 10, 2009 Discounts Available

[ ] $300 $280 - General Registration [ ] $285 $265 - 3 or more from 1 agency (each) After June 10, 2009

[ [ [ [ [

] ] ] ] ]

CME/CEU Certificate and Conference Eval. The Conference Evaluation will be available online. Your completed online evaluation will be required to receive your CME/CEU certificate. Once you complete the online evaluation, a certificate will be promptly issued to you via email from the EMLRC office.

$335 $315 - General Registration $320 $300 - 3 or more from 1 agency (each) $225 $205 - ALS/BLS Competition Team Member/Judge $275 $250 - FCEP Member $225 $205 - Paramedic/EMT Student* *(Documentation required from Program Director)

3 or more from 1 agency Registrations must be sent together to qualify for the 3 or more from 1 agency discount.

Preconferences Fee Schedule Check only one if applicable [ ] $140 - P-1 Pediatric ITLS Course Course fee includes textbook. [ ] $130 - P-2 Assessment & Treatment of Trauma (ATT) Course Instructor Rollout $149 - P-3 ACEP eACLS™ Course This preconference requires a separate registration process. Please visit www.eacls.com/clincon to register or learn more about eACLS™. Indicate if you plan to attend the following Break-out Tracks Friday [ ] B1 - Controversies in Prehospital Care [ ] B2 - Trauma [ ] B3 - EMS Ed./Tech. Saturday [ ] B1 - CardioPulmonary [ ] B2 - General Medical [ ] B3 - Trauma Registration Fee $________ Pre-conference Fee $________ Total Fees Enclosed $________ Payments accepted by Visa, Mastercard, Check or Purchase Order. American Express not accepted.

Payment must accompany registration form. Purchase Orders will be billed at the after June 10th registration rate.

Make checks payable to EMLRC and mail to 3717 S. Conway Road, Orlando, FL 32812. Phone: (407) 281-7396 or (800) 766-6335 Fax: (407) 281-4407. Federal Tax ID #59-3001777. Credit card number needed to guarantee registration unless Check or PO accompanies registration form.

Credit Card Number: _______________________________________________________ Credit Card Type: [ ] Visa [ ] Mastercard Expiration Date: _________Cardholder Name: __________________________________ Cardholder Signature: ______________________________________________________

Note: Cancellations and refunds will be made only if requested in writing to the ClinCon 2009 Conference Registrar. No refunds will be made after June 30, 2009 (no exceptions). For all cancellations, an administrative fee of $75.00 will be retained. You may send a substitute from your organization.


ClinCon2009 Conference Brochure