Continuing Education Events & Classes - SEAHEC




25th Annual Trauma and Emergency Symposium
Event # 40836   Friday, February 14, 2014 - Saturday, February 15, 2014

What Can I Expect?

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED. WALK-INS WILL BE ACCEPTED, SPACE AVAILABLE, AT THE EVENT.


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Description: Due to updates and improvements in practice, health care providers require ongoing education in the clinical management of trauma patients.
In addition, trauma experts typically experience a component of the entire continuum of care. This educational activity is designed to address the entire continuum and provide participants with a better understanding of how they impact care and patient outcomes.

Target Audience: Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, EMTs, Paramedics, First Responders, EMS Administrators, and any other interested health professional. NHRMC Nurses please NOTE: "any education request through 9540 must have approval from MEB prior to processing;YOU MUST COMPLETE PAPERWORK AND HAVE SIGNED BY CNE PRIOR TO YOUR REGISTRATION APPROVAL"; please contact Maggie Doheny at 815-5434.

Objectives: At the conclusion of this live activity, the participant should be able to:
Identify strategic measures to reduce the incidence of traumatic injuries associated with violence.
Describe current advances in trauma and health care, related to specific populations and injuries.
Identify actions taken to be a "survivor" in a traumatic event.


FEATURING
Changes In Healthcare
Jeff Doucette,DNP,RN, CEN, FACHE, NEA-BC, CNP
Vice President, Patient Care Services and CNO
Mary Immaculate Hospital, Newsport, VA

Gang Recognition & Awareness
Jon-Paul Guarino
North Carolina Gang Investigators Association
Gang Management Analyst /NC GangNet Administrator
Governor's Crime Commission
NC Department of Public Safety, Raleigh, NC

The Active Shooter: Surviving Armed Encounters
Sergeant James M. Boteler, Jr.
Metropolitan Police Department.
3rd District Crime Suppression Team, Washington D.C.

The Boston Marathon Bombing: Lessons Learned and the Vital Role of Trauma Centers
Peter J. Fagenholz, MD
Trauma Surgeon
Trauma, Emergency Surgery and Surgical Critical Care
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA


Event Fees:

Pre-conference- Difficult Airway (maximum capacity 50 people): $75.00
Pre-conference- Difficult Intravenous Access: $50.00


SessionDateCheck-InStart TimeEnd TimeRoom Location
25th Annual Trauma and Emergency Symposium2/14/20148:00 AM8:00 AM5:00 PM 
FRIDAY Only - 25th Annual Trauma and Emergency Symposium2/14/201412:00 PM1:00 PM5:15 PM 
Preconference Only- Difficult Airway2/14/20147:00 AM8:00 AM12:00 PM 
Preconference Only-Difficult Intravenous Access2/14/201410:00 AM10:00 AM12:00 PM 
SATURDAY Only - 25th Annual Trauma and Emergency Symposium2/15/20147:00 AM8:00 AM5:30 PM 
For Additional Event Information, Please Contact Elizabeth Mixon At 910-667-9337