Northwest States Trauma Conference

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OHSU is pleased to present the 29th Annual Northwest States Trauma Conference.

We have assembled a nationally-recognized faculty to give you the most up-to-date information about care of the injured patient, including trauma care during the pre-hospital, resuscitative, operative, critical care and recovery phases. The target audience for this conference is physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals.

Our distinguished national guest speakers this year include Dr. Alex Eastman from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dr. Alison Wilson from West Virginia University and Martin Keller from St. Louis Children's Hospital.

At the conclusion of the course, attendees will have an increased knowledge of issues such as:

  • Rural Trauma
  • Crew resource management
  • Pitfalls of transfers
  • Management of anti-coagulated patients
  • Echocardiogram, CT and their role in cardiac injury
  • Wilderness medicine
  • Pediatric trauma
  • Burnout
  • Case studies in cardiac trauma
  • Trauma Top 10 research
  • Reliability assessment
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    Conference Agenda

     

    Wednesday, May 2, 2018

    7:30 –8:30 p.m.    Registration
    7:30 –8:00 p.m.   Stop the Bleed
    8:00 –9:00 p.m.   Experts debate the hottest trauma topics with Alex Eastman, M.D. and Alison Wilson, M.D.
    9:00 p.m.       Adjourn

    Thursday, May 3, 2018

    7:30 –8:00 a.m.    Breakfast / Registration
    8:00 –8:45 a.m.   Crew resource management: Team dynamics - using conflict as a strength,Paul LeSage, E.M.T.-P, Flight Medic, B.A, A.S., M.I.S.
    8:45 –9:30 a.m.   Pitfalls of transfers, Alison Wilson, M.D.
    9:30 - 10:00 a.m.   Break and Exhibits
    10:00-10:30 a.m.   Rural Trauma –optimizing your role , Alison Wilson, M.D.
    10:30-11:00 a.m.   Pediatric Trauma–kids are not small adults, Martin Keller, M.D.
    11:00-11:30 a.m.   Acute pediatric TBI management, Matt Hansen, M.D.
    11:30 –12:00 a.m.   Pediatric rural trauma, Martin Keller, M.D.     
    12:00 –1:30 p.m.    Lunch
    1:30 –2:00 p.m.   Initial management of anti-coagulated patients, Tom DeLoughery, M.D.
    2:00 –3:00 p.m.   Operating in a high risk environment: Why we are not "highly reliable", Paul LeSage, E.M.T.-P, Flight Medic, B.A, A.S., M.I.S.        
    3:00 –3:30 p.m.   Break and Exhibits
    3:30 –4:00 p.m.    Antibiotic beads, Martin Schreiber, M.D.
    4:00 –4:30 p.m.   Echocardiogram, CT and their role in cardiac injury, Matt Slater, M.D.

    Friday, May 4, 2018

    7:30 –8:00 a.m. Breakfast
    8:00 –8:45 a.m. Wilderness medicine ,Tom DeLoughery, M.D.
    8:45 –9:15 a.m.  Starting anticoagulation in brain-injured patients: When is the right time? , Seunggu Jude Han, M.D.
    9:15 –9:45 a.m.  The squirmy injured child: Analgesia and anxiolytics in pediatric trauma,  Matt Hansen, M.D.
    9:45 –10:15 a.m.  Breaks and Exhibits
    10:15 –10:45 a.m.  Burnout in trauma providers, Alex Eastman, M.D.
    10:45 –11:15 a.m.  ICP monitoring in traumatic brain injury, Seunggu Jude Han, M.D.
    11:15 –12:00 p.m. Trauma Top 10, Martin Schreiber, M.D.
    12:00 –1:15 p.m.   Lunch
    1:15 –1:45 p.m. Case studies in cardiac trauma, Matt Slater, M.D.
    1:45 –2:15 p.m.  What's the scoop on whole blood?, Martin Schreiber, M.D.
    1:45 –3:15 p.m.  Dallas experience, Alex Eastman, M.D.

     


    NWSTC CME statement 2017