Recent Updates in Trauma and Emergency Medicine

CME- 4  / Contact Hours: 4  

Date

Feb 18, 2023

Target Audience

Physician Assistant, Trauma Surgeons, Emergency Medicine Physicians, Resident, Hospitalist, Critical Care Physician

Specialties

Critical Care Medicine, Medical Toxicology, Emergency Medical Services, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Overview

The “Recent Updates in Trauma and Emergency Medicine” webinar, organized by eMedEvents, will be livestreamed on February 18, 2023. Applicable to all specialized healthcare professionals, the purpose of this webinar is to enhance participants’ understanding of the common challenges that exist within the field of trauma and emergency medicine. These presentation topics were selected based on both ongoing and emerging healthcare trends and concerns. The webinar will provide education on latest developments and current best practices within the specialty. There will also be ample opportunities for participants to network with their peers.

Program Agenda and Speakers

Saturday | 18 February, 2023

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (60 Min)

Bronchiolitis: When to treat, avoiding overuse of High-flow Nasal Cannula and is albuterol effective.

    Learning objectives
  • 1. Attendees should recognize those patients who will require admission and further care.
  • 2. Attendees will also gain insight into which patients may benefit from additional therapies and those who simply require observation.
  • 3. Attendees will learn to incorporate a “pause” in their delivery of additional therapies to determine what the patient truly needs.
Kevin Gottlieb Couloures

DO, MPH

Pediatrics Critical Care
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM (60 Min)

Management of Rib Fractures in ED in 2023

    Learning objectives
  • 1. Recognise the importance of early rib fracture management in ED.
  • 2. Use of scoring system to predict morbidity and novel techniques to improve pain.
Claudio Dalla Vecchia
Emergency Medicine
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (60 Min)

Traumatic Cardiac Arrest - Moving Away from ACLS

    Learning objectives
  • 1. Adequately define TCA and its treatment paradigm
  • 2. Explain the importance of knowledge translation in the approach to the management of TCA
  • 3. Describe novel resuscitation methods
  • 4. Explain futility in the context of TCA
Joe Nemeth

MD, CCFP, EM, FCFP

Emergency Medicine
12:45 PM - 1:45 PM (60 Min)

Severe Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

    Learning objectives
  • 1. Signs and symptoms of Severe TBI
  • 2. Severe TBI management
Donna Mendez

MD, EdD, FACEP

Pediatrics,Pediatric Emergency Medicine
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