2017 Fall Trauma Workshop
The challenges of providing quality trauma care continue. Trauma providers are expected to have advanced knowledge and skills in diagnosis, treatment and on‐going management. The goal of the 2017 Fall Trauma Workshop is to present the most current clinical information available about the care of the injured patient. To meet this goal, we have coordinated an outstanding program with faculty who are providing front-line care. This dynamic conference will address cutting edge trauma care issues. Our target audience includes nurses, prehospital providers, advanced practice providers, physicians and allied health professionals.
Local/Regional, Specialty Physicians (Emergency Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics), Respiratory Therapists, EMS Providers, Registered Nurses
Discuss critical elements of trauma patient care as well as what research says is coming in the future to enhance healthcare providers’ understanding and to achieve better outcomes.
Describe and understand the key physical, psychological and social needs of the pediatric trauma patient.
Understanding the the different types of snake envenomations, their treatment and long-term recovery.
Discuss the elements and limitations of pre-hospital care in the trauma patient that differ from in-hospital care.
Discuss the indications, care and complications of the ECMO patient and the special considerations that apply to this population outside of the ICU through case studies and open discussion
Chuck Gerardo, MD
Carolyn Foley, RN
David Glendenning, Paramedic
Yuiy Bronshteny, MD
Henry Rice, MD
Jason Theiling, MD
Cory Vatsaas, MD
Charles Gerardo, MD
- 6.60 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
- 6.60 ANCC
- 6.60 Attendance