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Keynotes from leaders in Emergency Medicine.
Actionable lessons, practical skills, future predictions, candid lessons of success and failure, and hilarious anecdotes from a hand-picked lineup including researches, educators, administrators, and all Emergency Experts.
PROGRAM: Just look at these AMAZING topics!!!
June 12th 0800-1700: Pre-Conference Workshop: Cardiac and Resuscitation Bootcamp
Day 1 0800-1700
Day 2 0800-1700
Disaster Conflict and Outbreak Response
Trauma Cases to learn from
Riders on the Electrical Cardiac Storm
The Asthma Patient from Hell!
Novel Non-Invasive Diagnostic Strategies in Critical Patients
Ultrasound for the Broken-Hearted
A Cut in Time: Surgical Airway
Airway: Let’s get back to what’s important
Spectrum Connection: When you’re worlds apart
Functional Disorders in Children
Getting Kids to sit still for Procedures
“My kid vomited blood”
Arrhythmias in Kids
Trauma in Kids
You ask the questions: Panel Discussion
Welcome and Summary of Day 1
Where to have your stroke
Doctor I’m seeing double
The 60 second Neuro Exam: What takes so long?
PE in Pregnancy
Subsegmental PE: To treat or not to treat?
Hypertension in Pregnancy
Trauma in Pregnancy
Catastrophic Post-Partum Bleed
Testicular Pain and Kids: Is theatre an overkill?
Trauma in the Elderly
ENT Tips and Tricks
Blocks Blocks and More Blocks
Discharging the Intoxicated patient: Lawyer up
You put what where?
Wellness and Burnout
Strategies for Stress
Papers that will change your life
"The speakers themselves were amazing! You certainly put together a group of professionals who are not only obviously very experienced in their respective specialities but also passionate about sharing their knowledge and experiences with the wider emergency ‘family’ - each speaker so different to the other yet complimenting each other at the same time. I have shared so much of what I took away from the conference with my colleagues....."