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Prehospital Pediatric Education Symposium 2009 The Premier Pediatric Emergency Medical Services Conference presents

November 17, 2009 . National Training Center at South Lake Hospital . Clermont, FL

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CONFERENCE BROCHURE

ATTEND THE COURSE LIVE IN CLERMONT, FL OR ONLINE. MORE DETAILS AT WWW.EMLRC.ORG!


Prehospital Pediatric Education Symposium 2009 The Premier Pediatric Emergency Medical Services Conference

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November 17, 2009 . National Training Center at South Lake Hospital . Clermont, FL

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Overview

Continuing Education Credit

Prehospital Pediatric Education Symposium is designed to create an educational experience that will empower EMS and ED personnel to provide the highest quality emergency care to their pediatric patients.

Paramedics and EMTs - This educational activity is approved by the Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center (EMLRC), an organization accredited by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS )and the Florida Department of Health, Bureau of EMS, for up to 6 credit hours. Participants that require approval other than CECBEMS should consult their local Medical Director or State EMS Office. You are participating in a continuing education program that has received CECBEMS approval for continuing education credit. If you have any comments regarding the quality of this program and/or your satisfaction with it, please contact CECBEMS at: CECBEMS 5111 Mill Run Road, Dallas TX 75244, (972) 387-2862, lsibley@cecbems.com.

Who Should Attend Paramedics, EMTs, Nurses, Physicians, Physicians Assistants and other allied health professionals that are involved in providing pediatric emergency medical care.

Program Objectives Following the completion of the conference, participants will be able to: ~ Discuss the current trends in assessment for the pediatric ~ trauma patient. ~ Discuss the current trends in treatment for the pediatric ~ trauma patient. ~ Identify the general physiologic principles of fever in children. ~ List three common myths about fever. ~ List types of patients for whom fever may be harmful. ~ Discuss the characteristics of febrile seizures in children. ~ Discuss the current literature in prehospital pediatric care. ~ Discuss new practices and procedures related to prehospital ~ pediatric care. ~ Discuss the current practices and procedures related to a ~ patient that you suspect may be the victim of child abuse. ~ Discuss the legal issues related to child abuse and the ~ responsibilities of health care professionals. ~ Define and discuss the elements of Prehospital Family ~ Centered Care. ~ Discuss the potential barriers to Prehospital Family ~ Centered Care. ~ Discuss the prevailing philosophies regading family presence ~ during resuscitation. ~ Discuss advantages and challenges to involving families in ~ prehospital care and transportation.

Nurses - Up to 6 nursing contact hours will be provided by the Emergency Medicine Learning & Resource Center (EMLRC). The EMLRC is approved as a provider of nursing education by the Florida Board of Nursing, Provider #2731.

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

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REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.EMLRC.ORG


Prehospital Pediatric Education Symposium 2009 The Premier Pediatric Emergency Medical Services Conference presents

November 17, 2009 . National Training Center at South Lake Hospital . Clermont, FL

PROGRAM SCHEDULE

FACULTY

FACULTY

Tuesday, November 17, 2009 7:30am-8:30am Registration 8:30am Welcome

Julie L. Bacon, RN, BA, CPEN EMSC Advisory Committee Chairperson Florida Bureau of Emergency Medical Services Flight Nurse, All Children's Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL Clinical Educator, Women's Centre, Southlake Hospital, Clermont, FL

Lou Romig, MD, FACEP, FAAP Pediatric Emergency Medicine Attending Physician Florida EMSC Medical Advisor Miami Children’s Hospital Director Team Life Support Inc. Medical Advisor Miami Dade Fire Rescue Department Medical Director South Florida DMAT (FL-5) Miami, Florida

2010 Forecast for Pediatric Emergency and Prehospital Practitioners: Fair or Partly Cloudy? Phyllis Hendry, MD, FACEP, FAAP

11:40am-1:00pm

Lunch Provided

1:00pm-2:00pm

Pediatric Respiratory Emergency Case Studies Kim Harrell, RN

2:05pm-3:05pm

Child Abuse Cindy Garleskey, MSN, ARNP, CEN

3:10pm-4:10pm

Family Centered Care Julie L. Bacon, RN, BA, CPEN

4:10pm-4:20pm

Closing

REGISTRATION Register at www.emlrc.org/prepeds2009.htm

Cindy Garleskey, MSN, ARNP, CEN Pediatric Nurse Practitioner Miami Children’s Hospital Miami, Florida Kim Harrell, RN, REMT-P Neonatal & Pediatric Transport Nurse All Children's Hospital St Petersburg, Florida

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.

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Phyllis Hendry, MD, FACEP, FAAP Associate Professor Department of Emergency Medicine, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine Assistant Chair of Research Pediatric Emergency Medicine Resident Rotation Coordinator University of Florida Health Service Center Jacksonville, Florida

FACULTY DISCLOSURE

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The 2009 Prehospital Pediatric Education Symposium will be presented as a live course that you can attend onsite or even view online from the comfort of your agency, office or home. Select which attendance method you desire when you register.

G. Patricia Cantwell, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Director, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Pediatric Intensive Care Unit & Pediatric Critical Care Transport University of Miami School of Medicine Miami, Florida

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The Fear Factor: Fever Facts and Fiction Lou Romig, MD, FACEP, FAAP

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Pediatric Trauma G. Patricia Cantwell, MD

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General Sessions 8:30am-9:30am

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