Day 1 - Tuesday, March 23rd


8:00 ‐ 8:30am

In Hospital Disaster Response - Covid 19

Dr. Phillip Coule


8:45 ‐ 9:15am

Improving Emergency Airway Management with
the Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy Airway
Decontamination Technique
Dr. Jim Ducanto


9:30 ‐ 10:00am

Bedside Cardiac Evaluation
Dr. Matt Lyon


10:15 ‐ 10:45am

Peri‐intubation Cardiac Arrest
Dr. Max Bursey


11:00 ‐ 11:30am

Beyond the Wheeze Detector: Lung POCUS in 2021
Dr. Jeremy Boyd


11:30 ‐ 12:45pm *Break for lunch*


12:45 ‐ 1:15pm

Psych Emergencies
Dr. Andrew Pfeffer


1:30 ‐ 2:00pm

US Guided Nerve Block
Dr. Lee Laravia


2:15 ‐ 2:45pm

Ventilator Management in the ED
Dr. Jean Hoffman


3:00 ‐ 3:30pm

Vassopressor Tool Kit
Dr. Jean Hoffman


3:45 ‐ 4:15pm

Stellate Ganglion Block in Refractory VT/VF
Dr. Mary Kate Jordan


*5:00 ‐ 6:00pm

Beer & Cases with our Favorite Docs

Day 2 - Wednesday, March 24th

8:00 ‐ 8:30am

Key Concepts of IO
Amy Mills, RN 


8:45 ‐ 9:15am

Disaster Management
Dr. Neal Richmond


9:30 ‐ 10:00am

"Implementing the PALS 2020 Guidelines: A Cautionary Tale”.
Dr. Peter Antevy


10:15 ‐ 10:45am

Capnography, did you know?
Robbie Murray


11:00 ‐ 11:30am

Head’s Up CPR
Dr. Keith Lurie


11:30am ‐12:30pm *Break for Lunch*

12:30pm - 1:00pm

Learning Capnography Thru Case Review

Robbie Murray

1:15 - 1:45pm

Intraosseous Access Landmarking Deep Dive

Amy Mills, RN

2:00 ‐ 2:30pm

Quality Assurance
Dr. Neal Richmond


2:45 ‐ 3:15pm

Elusive Endocrinology

Bob Matoba


3:30 ‐ 4:00pm

Ultrasound for EMS
Dr. Ric Solis

4:15 - 4:45

Case Study Potpourri

Dr. Jared McKinney

Day 3 - Thursday, March 25th

8:00 ‐ 8:30am

Hydrocephalus & Ventriculoperitonal
Shunts in the ED: Emergencies and Not‐So‐Muches

Dr. AaronYengo-Kahn


8:45 ‐ 9:15am

Drugs for Cardiac Arrest
Dr. Dan McCollum


9:30 ‐ 10:00am

Pediatric Cardiac Arrest
Dr. Catherine Burger


10:15 ‐ 10:45am

Junctional Hemorrhage Management

Dr. Richard Scwartz


11:00 ‐ 11:30am

“What’s What”
Dr. Larry Stack


11:30 ‐ 12:45pm *Break for Lunch*


12:45 ‐ 1:15pm

REBOA
Kevin High, RN


1:30 ‐ 2:00pm

The Crushing Pulmonary HTN Patient
Dr. Colin O’Shea


2:15 ‐ 2:45pm

Neuro Nightmares: Stroke Mimics and
Chameleons
Dr. Matt Delaney


3:00 ‐ 3:30pm

Genitourinary Emergencies of the Adult & Pediatric Male
Dr. Larry Mellick


3:45 ‐ 4:15pm

Pediatric Airway
Dr. Andrew Johnson


4:30 ‐ 5:00pm

Toxicant Induced Dysrhythmias that can be Harmed by ACLS
Dr. Saralyn Williams

 

Post-conference  Skills Day

3/26/2021

Calhoun Community College

102 Wynn Dr NW, Huntsville, AL 35805

Check in for Morning Sessions: 7:15-7:45AM • Check in for Afternoon sessions: 12:30-12:45PM

• Check in for the noon airway equipment show and tell session: 11:45AM

• Separate Registration for each session is required

1. High Yield Emergency Ultrasound skills station

Target audience: MD/PA/NP

Faculty: Augusta Univ/Vanderbilt

Time: 8AM-12PM

– FAST
– Cardiac

- Lung

– Nerve Block

2. Nursing and pre-hospital resuscitation skills station

Target Audience: RN and pre-hospital personnel. 

Faculty: HSV Hosp/UAB/Hantevy/Teleflex

Time: 8AM-12PM 
– Resuscitation and critical care nursing skills

  - Arterial Line/Reboa

  - I/O

  - Megacode: pediatric and adult

  - LVAT

  - US guided IV

3. Emergency Medicine Critical Skills station

Target audience: MD/PA/NP

Faculty: Vanderbilt Simulation Team


Time: 1PM-5PM 

– Transvenous Packing
– Ocular Foreign Body removal

– Priapism Management
– Pericardiocentesis
– Cricothyroidotomy

4. Difficulty Airway station

Target Audience: All

Faculty: HSV Hosp

 Time: 1PM-5PM 

- Direct and Video Laryngoscopy

– Burn/obese/Pediatric airway
– SALAD/BVM
– Spraglottic Airways

***5. Lunch airway equipment show and tell station (12PM) Free station for anyone who wants to familiarize themselves on the latest difficulty airway equipment. No lecture or CME provided. Reps will be present to answer questions. This station is limited to 18 people. Registration is required.

**No food or drinks will be provided to students due to COVID related safety concerns. If you need to take a quick food/water break, please do so 6 feet away from anyone else or step outside of the building, and limit the amount of time without a face mask on to as little as possible. Prolonged breaks without masks on should be taken outside of the building, or in your personal vehicles.

**All will be required to wear N95 at all times while inside the building with exceptions for very brief water break. We will have N95 Masks available for you to use if you don't have one. However, we will not provide fit testing for the masks. We will not take any responsibilities arise from issues occurred from wearing masks provided by us.

**These safety guidelines will be strictly enforced. Those who are not compliant with the safety guidelines, such as social distancing and wearing masks, will be asked to leave the conference with no return allowed. No refund or CME will be awarded once asked to leave.

 

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