Fall Trauma Nursing Conference

2016 Fall Trauma Nursing Conference

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This course is closed, please check back for 2017 future conference dates.

 

   

Trauma professionals encounter a variety of clinical challenges in the care of the injured trauma patient.  This conference offers a wide variety of clinical topics for nurses and other providers working in adult and pediatric critical care, emergency department, and acute care units.  Featured guest speakers include Karen McQuillan, MS, RN from R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, Mary Alice McCubbins, PNP, Adolescent Health Center, Kelso, WA (formerly Trauma PNP, Washington University and Childrens Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri) and Christine Schulman, MS, RN, CNS, CCRN from Legacy Emanuel Medical Center and President of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. 

Selected topics this year include:
• How to make your team effective and motivated
• Courageous Care 
• Management of acute spinal cord injury
• Stupid kid tricks:  Why on earth do they do that?
• Care of the geriatric trauma patient
• 20-20-20:  Presentations from your nursing peers
• And much more!

 

 Oregon Health & Science University is approved by the California of Registered Nursing Provider CPE 16221 for 7.0 Contact Hours.

 

If you wish to view video presentations to receive credit hours, please contact either   at 503-494-3489 or    at 503-418-1360 to receive the login and password.

 

 

Course Description 

Trauma professionals encounter a variety of clinical challenges in the care of the critically injured patient.  This conference offers a wide variety of clinical topics including critical care, emergency, acute care and pediatric trauma.