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UCAN Make A Difference: Critical Care and Trauma Conference (Illinois)
Wed, May 31, 2017, 7:00 AM – 3:00 PM CDT
For INDIANA conference (May 3) information and registration, go to: www.ucan-indiana.eventbrite.com
The University of Chicago Medicine presents the fourth annual "UCAN Make a Difference" Critical Care & Trauma Conference. Critical Care and Emergency Care concepts are continually evolving. Join us for a full day of presentations exploring current practice recommendations that will lead to optimized patient care.
The intended audience for the conference is nurses, physicians and specialists in emergency medicine and intensive care, as well as prehospital professionals who treat and manage emergency and critical care patients.
Registration and Breakfast at 7AM; Lunch at 11:30AM
Deadline for Illinois Early Bird Registation: May 3rd
Credit Designation: 6.0 contact hours for nurses and for EMS professionals
For questions about onsite registration/payment, group registrations or general information, please call (773) 702-3222 or email UCAN365@gmail.com.
Lectures and Speakers:
Addressing Intentional Violence Through A Public Health Lens. Selwyn Rogers, MD, Professor and Chief of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery; Director, TraumaCenter; Executive Vice President, Community Health Engagement; University of Chicago Medicine
Stop the Bleed! Advances in Prehospital Hemorrhage Control. Katie Tataris MD, MPH. EMS Medical Director, Chicago South EMS System - Region XI; Assistant Professor of Medicine, Section of EmergencyMedicine, University of Chicago Medicine
Achy, Breaky, Heart: Pediatric Congenital Heart Defects in the Prehospital and ER Setting. Kelley Holdren, RN, UCAN Chief Flight Nurse and Teri Campbell, RN, UCAN Flight Nurse, University of Chicago Medicine
Pathophysiology of Ballistics. Brian Bardsley Jr., EMT-Paramedic and Brendan Hartford, EMT-Paramedic, Chicago Police Department, SWAT Team
Pediatric Shock: ABCs of Early Management. Neethi Pinto, M.D., M.S. Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Director of Clinical Research, Section of Pediatric Critical Care, The University of Chicago Medicine
UCAN in 15:
Flight Nursing, Tim Curtis, RN, UCAN Flight Nurse
Sickle Cell Crisis, Tom Papandria, RN, UCAN Flight Nurse
The Science Behind the Resuscitation, Teri Campbell, RN, UCAN Flight Nurse
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