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  • 1. 19th Annual Scientific Assembly February 9-13, 2013 The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) is the specialty society of emergency medicine. A democratic organization with almost 7,000 members, AAEM is committed to establishing board certification as the standard for spe- cialists in EM and to securing fair and equitable work environments throughout the EM community. FREE* registration to the general assembly for AAEM members and up to 20.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ are offered! *refundable deposit requiredThe Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, NVPreliminary Program
  • 2. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly You’re Invited... On behalf of the Education Committee, the American Academy of Emergency Medicine invites you to attend the premier event in emergency medicine for clinicians — the 19th Annual Scientific Assembly! This event will take place at the newly opened luxury resort — The Cosmopolitan — in Las Vegas, February 9-13, 2013. Here’s a sneak peak at what promises to be a fantastic event that has come to define our organization. Preconference course offerings – February 9 and 10 • Resuscitation for Emergency Physicians (1.5 day course) • ED Operations Management: Cracking the Code! (2 day course) • Introductory and Advanced Ultrasound • Pediatric Emergencies: Children Are Not Little Adults! – jointly sponsored by CAL/AAEM • Introduction to Wilderness and Operational Medicine – jointly sponsored by USAAEM • Pediatric Emergency Department Simulation: Critical Skills from Birth to the School Bus! Given the successes of recent Scientific Assemblies and to increase the opportunities for networking, the 2013 program has increased by a half day and will begin on February 10th at 1pm. The conference will have 11 robust plenary sessions with a mixture of clinical updates and topics addressing the changing landscape of healthcare, and the impact of these changes on our practice. Topics include: • Affordable Care Act in My ED? ACO? What Does That Mean For Me? – Larry Weiss, MD JD FAAEM • A 911 Emergency — Drug Shortages in Your ED – Joseph Lex, Jr., MD MAAEM FAAEM Clinical plenary sessions with preeminent speakers include: • Best of the Best in Cardiology – Amal Mattu, MD FAAEM • Best of the Best in Pediatrics – Ghazala Sharieff, MD MBA FAAEM FACEP • Best of the Best in Resuscitation – Corey Slovis, MD FAAEM • Best of the Best in Infectious Disease – Greg Moran, MD FAAEM • Best Evidence: When Ultrasound Really Makes a Difference – J. Christian Fox, MD FAAEM • Updates in Pharmacology and Devices – Jason Wagner, MD FAAEM • Cases from the Front Lines of Shock Trauma: Pearls to Keep & Pitfalls to Avoid in Assessing & Managing the Trauma Patient in 2013 – Thomas Scalea, MD Given its positive evaluations after premiering at Scientific Assembly 2012, “Ask the Experts” is making a return. In this unique, innovative session, panelists are presented with a challenging case with increasing amounts of information given as the case unfolds. Attendees will be able to see the thought process as content experts such as Peter DeBlieux, MD FAAEM, Corey Slovis, MD FAAEM, and Evie Marcolini, MD FAAEM, approach and solve cases in critical care, cardiology, and neurology. Amal Mattu, MD FAAEM, will serve as moderator. In keeping with the spirit of providing attendees a cutting edge conference with up to date, results-oriented, and clinically relevant didactic sessions, the following NEW tracks have been added for 2013: • Maximizing Your Scope of Practice: Critical Care Management in Your ED • Mythbusters at Scientific Assembly • No BMW’S Here: Cost Effective, Evidence Based Imaging • Rare but Deadly: Call the Consultant Now! • You Want Me To Do What? Show Me the Evidence! • Draw Your Stethoscopes at Dawn! Hot Debates in Emergency Medicine • The Clock Begins Now! Time Sensitive Critical Complaints These new tracks complement the timeless attendee favorites: • When Kids Aren’t Little Adults • This is a Common Complaint: Let’s Be Rational • Let’s Get Down to Business … and Administration Of Course! • When the Shift Hits the Fan! Cringe Inducing Triage Notes • The Best of Morbidity and Mortality: We’re Only Human, Learning From Our Mistakes AAEM-1112-042February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 2
  • 3. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly Specialty tracks for 2013 include: • Prehospital Care: From the Field to Your ED • International Emergency Medicine Comes to Las Vegas • 2012 LLSA Review Track If you think it couldn’t get any better than the content listed above, IT CAN! The afternoon sessions on Tuesday, February 12th will feature 3 specialty tracks which are being piloted for 2013. The first of these three tracks focuses on YOU and is titled: • Don’t Roll the Dice: Maximizing Your Success Personally and Professionally This track will feature sessions on financial planning (You’ve Earned It — Now Spend it Wisely! Financial Planning for the EP), resilience (Resilience: What Every EM Doc Should Know to Keep Going), and social networking (Social Media 101 & 102: Pearls & Pitfalls You Need to Know Now!). The second track is an interactive track composed of small groups working to find best practices for common problems. These sessions will have an early sign-up given the workshop style format. The two content areas for 2013 are: • Your Mid-level Provider Does What? Best Practices for Mid-level Providers • Wake Up! It’s Our Turn to Grab the Ring — Maximizing Patient Satisfaction and Our Position in an Ever-Changing Healthcare Landscape The third specialty track represents the inaugural Diagnostic Case Competition. Additional information and solicitation of cases will be posted on the website (www.aaem.org/education/scientific-assembly/competitions) as well as sent out by email. Other annual favorites to round out the program include: • Open Mic: AAEM members have the opportunity to expound on a cutting edge topic by presenting a 20-minute lecture on a subject of their choosing. The top speaker(s) will be invited to give a formal presentation at the 2014 Scientific Assembly in New York. • Emergency Medicine Photo Competition • AAEM/JEM Resident and Student Research Competition • RSA–YPS Track — including the In-Training Exam Preparatory Course • Medical Student Track — February 10, 2013 We are also extremely pleased to offer a MOBILE APP for the first time ever at Scientific Assembly! This app will provide participants with great features for the conference including an event guide, speaker profiles, evaluations, surveys, banner ads/ exhibitor listing and handout/PPT document access. As customary for the conference, there is no registration fee for AAEM members (deposit is refundable). For more information, visit this website now: www.aaem.org/education/scientific-assembly — and don’t forget to register for the preconference courses at the discounted rate. Expect nothing less from your professional organization — the best emergency medicine CME, at no charge, in a prime location, presented by the top clinician-educators in emergency medicine. The AAEM Scientific Assembly — perpetually advancing emergency medicine for the clinician, and proudly, the premier clinical conference in our specialty.  Michael L. Epter, DO FAAEM Education Chair, AAEM Scientific Assembly Subcommittee William T. Durkin, Jr., MD MBA FAAEM Amal Mattu, MD FAAEM Michael Winters, MD FAAEM FACEP Chad Kessler, MD MPH FAAEM Kevin Reed, MD FAAEM Jacob Ufberg, MD FAAEM Joseph Lex, Jr., MD MAAEM FAAEM Kevin Rodgers, MD FAAEM Leslie Zun, MD MBA FAAEM Sarah Terez Malka, MD Elizabeth Weinstein, MD FAAEMFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 3
  • 4. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly Statements of Disclosure The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) endorses the guidelines for continuing medical education programs as set forth in the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME). This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Elements (including the Standards for Commercial Support) and Accreditation Policies. AAEM maintains control over the development of its educational programs and the selection of topics and presenters. A full disclosure of relevant financial relationships is required of all presenters and faculty members, and the presence of any such relationship will be reported to all program attendees. AAEM defines relevant financial relationships as those relationships in which the individual benefits by receiving a salary, royalty, intellectual property rights, consulting fee, honoraria, ownership interest (e.g., stocks, stock options or other ownership interest, excluding diversified mutual funds), or other financial benefit. Financial benefits are usually associated with roles such as employment, management position, independent contractor (including contracted research), consulting, speaking and teaching, membership on advisory committees or review panels, board membership, and other activities from which remuneration is received or expected. ACCME considers relationships of the person involved in the CME activity to include financial relationships of a spouse or partner. In accordance with these policies, AAEM would like to make the following information known to all conference participants. Planning Committee Members and Staff Who Have Disclosed No Relevant Financial Relationships. Jody Bath Lauren Johnson Lillian Oshva, MD FAAEM Marcia Blackman Jamie Kahn, MD Jack Perkins, MD FAAEM FACEP Laura Burns Jennifer Kanapicki, MD FAAEM Thuy Pham, MD James Colletti, MD FAAEM Chad Kessler, MD MPH FAAEM Michael Pulia, MD FAAEM Gaston Costa, MD Michael Klevens, MD FAAEM Dan Quan, DO FAAEM Amanda Crichlow, MD Christopher Lee, MD FAAEM Kevin Reed, MD FAAEM Ginger Czajkowski Tracy LeGros, MD PhD FAAEM Kevin Rodgers, MD FAAEM Tom Derenne Michael Lewitt, MD MPH FAAEM Robert Rodriguez, MD FAAEM Rob Dickson, MD FAAEM Joseph Lex, Jr., MD MAAEM FAAEM Indrani Sheridan, MD FAAEM Christopher Doty, MD FAAEM Everett Lyn, MD MSc FAAEM Michael Silverman, MD FAAEM FACEP William T. Durkin, Jr., MD MBA FAAEM Sarah Terez Malka, MD Jacob Ufberg, MD FAAEM Michael L. Epter, DO FAAEM Amal Mattu, MD FAAEM David Vega, MD FAAEM Mitchell Goldman, DO FAAEM FAAP Dan McCabe Elizabeth Weinstein, MD FAAEM Michael Gottlieb, MD Rory Merritt Joanne Williams, MD FAAEM Melissa Iammatteo, MD Trevor Mills, MD MPH FAAEM Janet Wilson Heather Jiménez, MD Lisa Moreno-Walton, MD MSCR FAAEM Michael Winters, MD FAAEM FACEP Andrew Johnson, MD MPH FAAEM Heather Murphy-Lavoie, MD FAAEM The Following Planning Committee Members and Staff Have Disclosed Relevant Financial Relationships Gary Gaddis, MD PhD FAAEM Johnson & Johnson, Stock Ownership Robert Glatter, MD FAAEM Medscape Emergency Medicine, Honorarium, Blogger; Advisor; Reviewer Kay Whalen Executive Director, Inc., Ownership Interest Leslie Zun, MD MBA FAAEM Alexza Pharma, ConsultantFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 4
  • 5. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly Continuing Medical Education Accreditation Statement ACGME Competency Index The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) is To contribute to the development of our members as lifelong learners accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical and enhance the effectiveness of the CME activities it provides, Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for AAEM uses the six competencies defined by the Accreditation Council physicians. for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) to guide its educational programming decisions. The six competencies are: Credit Designation Statement Patient Care The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Medical Knowledge designates this live activity for a maximum of 20.5 AMA PRA Practice-Based Learning and Improvement Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit Interpersonal and Communication Skills commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Professionalism Disclosure Policy Systems-Based Practice All faculty and planning committee members participating in All sessions at the AAEM Scientific Assembly address the continuing medical education programs sponsored by AAEM are competencies of Patient Care and Medical Knowledge. For more expected to disclose to the audience any real or apparent conflicts information about the ACGME physician competencies, visit http:// of interest. acgme.org/Outcome. Educational Needs Special Thanks & Consideration In order to maintain their medical practice at the highest possible level, The 2013 Scientific Assembly would not be possible without emergency physicians need up-to-date information on a variety of the administrative support provided by Janet Wilson and Marcia topics in emergency medicine, including both clinical and workplace Blackman and the collective input from the Education Committee issues. This conference will meet those needs by providing cutting and those Track Chairs who participated on the 2013 Scientific edge information in several relevant areas. AAEM frequently polls its Assembly Planning Subcommittee. members for potential topics to be covered. A majority of the topics for William T. Durkin, Jr., MD MBA FAAEM 2013 were selected specifically on recommendation of a member. Michael L. Epter, DO FAAEM When planning activities, the AAEM Education Committee uses Chad Kessler, MD FAAEM the 2009 Model of the Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine Joseph Lex, Jr., MD MAAEM FAAEM to determine the education needs of the emergency physicians Sarah Terez Malka, MD attending Scientific Assembly. The Model of the Clinical Practice of Amal Mattu, MD FAAEM Emergency Medicine details the core content of emergency medicine Kevin Reed, MD FAAEM and undergoes an on-going review. Kevin Rodgers, MD FAAEM Jacob Ufberg, MD FAAEM Target Audience Elizabeth Weinstein, MD FAAEM This activity is designed for providers engaged in the practice of Michael Winters, MD FAAEM FACEP emergency medicine who are seeking the most current information Leslie Zun, MD MBA FAAEM in the field, presented at a skill level appropriate to the educational needs of the emergency physician. Learning Objectives Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to apply new principles to improve their everyday practice of emergency medicine and to increase their understanding of the emergency medicine workplace.February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 5
  • 6. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly 11th Annual Open Mic Session Open Mic Sessions Available Sponsored by the Young Physicians Section AAEM will again feature the Open Mic Session, which is a unique opportunity for attendees who have always wanted to speak at a national meeting. Monday, February 11, 2013, will feature an “Open Microphone” session in a 40-50 seat room at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. From 7:30am to 5:30pm, Assembly attendees will have an opportunity to present a 20-minute lecture (15 minutes for presentation, 5 minutes for questions) on any topic of their choosing, allowing 16 “new voices” to be heard and evaluated by AAEM Education Committee members and conference attendees. The top speaker(s) will be invited to give a formal presentation at the 2014 Scientific Assembly in New York, NY. Half of the time slots will be filled in advance by email. The Hotel Accommodations remaining time slots will be filled on a “first-come, first-served” basis The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas by signing up onsite. Those who presented at the 2012 Open Mic 3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South Session are not eligible to sign up. Las Vegas, NV 89109 Speakers can choose any topic they wish; however, AAEM Phone: (702) 698-7000 reserves the right to end a session if the content is not appropriate. Reservations by Phone: (855) 435–0005 (Reference Handouts, which are optional, must be provided by the speaker. “American Academy of Emergency Medicine” or the group An LCD projector and screen will be available for computer-based code, “SCIEN13” to secure the group rate) presentations. Evaluation forms will be available for anyone who wishes to comment on what they’ve seen and heard. Online Reservations: https://resweb.passkey.com/go/ SCIEN13 Timing will be VERY strict. Eight slots will be reserved for emergency medicine residents and Young Physicians Section Reservation Deadline: January 8, 2013 members — four scheduled in advance and four scheduled onsite. AAEM encourages attendees to make reservations by this The other eight slots are open for medical professionals who have date. After January 8, 2013, regular room rates may apply been looking for an entry onto the speaking circuit. This is not an and availability may not exist. Reservations should be educational track, and there will be no CME for these sessions. made directly with The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Speakers certainly should not list the Open Mic Session on their Single/Double Occupancy - $229.00 per night, plus CVs as “invited guest lecturer.” applicable state and local taxes. To sign up for an Open Mic time, please contact Marcia Blackman at mblackman@aaem.org or 800-884-2236. Conference Cancellation Policy AAEM’s 20th Anniversary Refund requests must be submitted in writing one month prior to Event the event. A $50 processing fee will be charged for all cancellations. On Tuesday, February 12, 2013, AAEM will host an evening All refunds will be processed after the meeting. No refunds will event for Scientific Assembly attendees to commemorate be granted if cancellation is received less than one month prior to AAEM’s 20th Anniversary. Visit the Scientific Assembly website the event or if deposit was designated as a donation to the AAEM for more information coming soon: www.aaem.org/education/ Foundation. Special considerations will be given for health or family scientific-assembly emergencies if requested in writing no later than 15 days after the last day of the meeting.February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 6
  • 7. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly Pre-Conference Schedule T3: Let’s Get Down to Business … and Administration Of Course! 3:15pm-3:45pm David Lawhorn, MD FAAEM Saturday, February 9, 2013 So You Want to Start a Business? Step 1: Here’s the Checklist 7:45am-5:00pm Resuscitation for Emergency Physicians (Day 1 of 2) 3:55pm-4:25pm David Lawhorn, MD FAAEM 8:00am-5:00pm Advanced Ultrasound So You Want to Start a Business? (Full Day: 8:00am-5:00pm) Step 2: Walking Through the RFP Process (Half Day: 8:00am-12:00pm or 1:00pm-5:00pm) 4:35pm-5:05pm James Blakeman 8:00am-4:15pm Introductory Ultrasound Do We Get Paid for This? Understanding New Payment 1:00pm-5:30pm Emergency Department Operations Management: Strategies to Preserve the Bottom Line Cracking the Code! (Day 1 of 2) 5:30pm OPENING RECEPTION 8:00am-5:00pm Pediatric Emergencies: Children are Not Little Adults! (lunch provided) Monday, February 11, 2013 Plenary Sessions Sunday, February 10, 2013 8:00am-9:00am Peter De Blieux, MD FAAEM; Corey Slovis, MD FAAEM; 7:45am-12:00pm Resuscitation for Emergency Physicians (Day 2 of 2) Evie Marcolini, MD FAAEM; Moderator: Amal Mattu, MD 7:30am-12:00pm Introduction to Wilderness and Operational Medicine FAAEM 7:15am-12:30pm Medical Student Track Ask the Experts 8:00am-12:30pm Emergency Department Operations Management: 9:00am-10:00am Thomas Scalea, MD Cracking the Code! (Day 2 of 2) Cases from the Front Lines of Shock Trauma: Pearls to Keep & Pitfalls to Avoid in Assessing & Managing the Trauma Patient in 7:30am-11:30am Pediatric Emergency Department Simulation: Critical 2013 Skills from Birth to the School Bus! (Offsite Course, Transportation provided with 7:00am departure) 10:00am-10:15am BREAK 12:05pm-1:30pm LUNCH (not provided) 1:30pm-2:30pm Larry Weiss, MD JD FAAEM General Assembly Schedule Affordable Care Act in my ED? ACO? What Does that Mean for Me? Sunday, February 10, 2013 2:30pm-3:30pm Ghazala Sharieff, MD MBA FAAEM FACEP Plenary Sessions Best of the Best in Pediatrics 1:00pm-2:00pm Keynote Speaker — To Be Announced 3:30pm-3:35pm BREAK 2:00pm-3:00pm Amal Mattu, MD FAAEM Best of the Best in Cardiology T4: Maximizing Your Scope of Practice: Critical Care Management in Your ED 3:00pm-3:15pm BREAK 10:15am-10:45am Michael Winters, MD FAAEM FACEP Critical Care Quickies: Pearls for the Crashing Patient T1: No BMW’s Here: Cost Effective, Evidence-Based Imaging 10:55am-11:25am John Greenwood, MD 3:15pm-3:45pm Marc Haber, MD FAAEM ECMO ... in the ED? Avoiding Hiroshima — Imaging Options that Make Sense 11:35am-12:05pm Haney Mallemat, MD FAAEM 3:55pm-4:25pm Robert Rodriguez, MD FAAEM A Big Problem: The Critically-Ill Obese Patient Decision Instruments for Selective Trauma Imaging 3:35pm-4:05pm Michael Winters, MD FAAEM FACEP 4:35pm-5:05pm Marc Haber, MD FAAEM Post-arrest Care: It’s More than Hypothermia Uncommon but Invaluable Radiologic Studies 4:15pm-4:45pm Evie Marcolini, MD FAAEM T2: This is a Common Complaint — Let’s Be Rational! Neuro Critical Care: An Eye on Bleeding and Blood Pressure 3:15pm-3:45pm William Brady, MD FAAEM “I just got shocked by my AICD” 4:55pm-5:25pm Robert Gordon, MD FAAEM LVAD? No Pulses, No Heart Sounds … Aren’t You Dead? 3:55pm-4:25pm Edward Callahan, MD FAAEM “I have cirrhosis and my doctor sent me here for a paracentesis” 4:35pm-5:05pm Peter De Blieux, MD FAAEM Dx: Severe Sepsis/Septic Shock in the Single-Coverage Community EDFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 7
  • 8. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly T5: Mythbusters at Scientific Assembly! Tuesday, February 12, 2013 10:15am-10:45am Ellen Slaven, MD FAAEM Plenary Sessions Sinusitis/Bronchitis — Just Give Antibiotics … 8:00am-9:00am Corey Slovis, MD FAAEM 10:55am-11:25am Autumn Graham, MD FAAEM Best of the Best in Resuscitation All Patients with a GIB Need a NG Lavage! (And a PT/PTT) 9:00am-10:00am Joseph R. Lex, Jr., MD MAAEM FAAEM 11:35am-12:05pm Joelle Borhart, MD FAAEM A 911 Emergency: Drug Shortages in Your ED Lidocaine With Epi for Fingers/IV Contrast with Shellfish Allergy — No Way! 10:00am-10:15am BREAK 3:35pm-4:05pm Susan Torrey, MD FAAEM 12:15pm-1:45pm Annual Business Meeting & Candidate Forum (Lunch ECGs for All! Z-paks, Flouroquinolones, TMP/SMZ and the provided) Dreaded QT … Oh My! 2:00pm-3:00pm John Christian Fox, MD FAAEM 4:15pm-4:45pm Haney Mallemat, MD FAAEM Best Evidence: When Ultrasound Really Makes a But Vasopressors Save Lives! Don’t They? Difference! 4:55pm-5:25pm Ellen Slaven, MD FAAEM 3:00pm-3:15pm BREAK PCN is Obsolete, Right? T6: Let’s Get Down to Business … and Administration Of Course! T9: You Want Me To Do What? Show Me the Evidence! 10:15am-10:45am Alan Channing 10:15am-10:45am Larry Weiss, MD JD FAAEM What a CEO Expects from an EM Group AMA Forms: Get Out of Jail Free Card or Worthless Piece of Paper? 10:55am-11:25am James Blakeman The 411 on Contracting with Carriers — How, Why & With 10:55am-11:25am Michael C. Bond, MD FAAEM Whom? Capnography 101: A Better Way to Monitor Sedated Patients in Your ED 11:35am-12:05pm Panel Discussion: William T. Durkin, Jr., MD MBA FAAEM; David Lawhorn, MD FAAEM; Craig Norquist, 11:35am-12:05pm Robert Rodriguez, MD FAAEM MD FAAEM; Alan Channing Attack of the Killer Bands! Cases of Killer Bandemias We Just Lost Our Contract! Case Studies in What Went T10: Draw Your Stethoscopes at Dawn! Hot Debates in Emergency Medicine Wrong and Strategies on How to Ensure Longevity 10:15am-10:45am Autumn Graham, MD FAAEM; Carey Chisholm, MD MS 3:35pm-4:05pm Leslie Zun, MD MBA FAAEM FAAEM HR Issues — When Being Proactive is Essential to a LP for Evaluation of SAH is Barbaric Group’s Internal and External Successes 10:55am-11:25am Bart Besinger, MD FAAEM; Jason Knight, MD FAAEM 4:15pm-4:45pm Leslie Zun, MD MBA FAAEM Haloperidol Is Obsolete for Behavior Control Throughput is the Key! Surefire Approaches that Work 11:35am-12:05pm Susan Torrey, MD FAAEM; Corey Slovis, MD FAAEM 4:55pm-5:25pm Craig Norquist, MD FAAEM Admitting Every New Afib is Ridiculous Maximizing Productivity — EMR & Scribes T11: When the Shift Hits the Fan! Cringe Inducing Triage Notes T7: This is a Common Complaint — Let’s Be Rational! 10:15am-10:45am John Greenwood, MD 10:15am-10:45am Robert Gordon, MD FAAEM “I’m SOB and I have a flolan pump” Pulmonary Hypertension I to V — What’s the Difference and 10:55am-11:25am Mel Herbert, MD FAAEM Why Should I Care? “I have abdominal pain and I had a gastric bypass 2 weeks 10:55am-11:25am Evie Marcolini, MD FAAEM ago” “My child has a headache and a VP shunt!” 11:35am-12:05pm Michael Ybarra, MD 11:35am-12:05pm Michael Epter, DO FAAEM “I have a headache and I’m 34 weeks pregnant!” “I’m on pradaxa, and I’m bleeding!” T12: The Clock Begins Now! Time Sensitive Critical Complaints 3:35pm-4:05pm Mel Herbert, MD FAAEM 10:15am-10:45am Kevin Rodgers, MD FAAEM “Transfer from Hemodialysis — SBP<90” Limb Emergencies 101: The Pulseless Limb (When to 4:15pm-4:45pm Stephen Tantama, MD FAAEM Consult, When to Act) and Severed Limbs (What’s Really “My IBD flared up” Salvageable?) 4:55pm-5:25pm Joelle Borhart, MD FAAEM 10:55am-11:25am Ghazala Sharieff, MD MBA FAAEM FACEP “My legs are swollen” Time of Birth Now! When Resuscitating a Newborn T8: Open Mic Presentations Becomes a Reality (Sponsored by YPS) 11:35am-12:05pm Michael Epter, DO FAAEM Beyond SAH: Headaches That Need MRI/MRA/MRV Now! T13: Resident Research ForumFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 8
  • 9. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly T14: Prehospital Care: From the Field to the ED Wednesday, February 13, 2013 3:15pm-3:45pm Joseph Weber, MD FAAEM; Plenary Sessions Eric Beck, DO “Doc can we call the code, here?” — Eyebrow-Raising EMS 8:00am-9:00am Greg Moran, MD FAAEM Radio Calls Best of the Best in Infectious Disease 3:55pm-4:25pm Scott Goldstein, DO FAAEM 9:00am-10:00am Jason Wagner, MD FAAEM From the Field to the ED: Receiving the Agitated Patient Updates in Pharmacology & Devices from EMS and the Police 4:35pm-5:05pm Marvin Wayne, MD FAAEM T19: When Kids Aren’t Little Adults Intubation with Continuous CPR — Does Video 10:15am-10:45am Jennifer Walthall, MD FAAEM FFAP Rock-a-Bye-Baby: Laryngoscopy Change the “Playing in the Field” in EM and Tips and Tricks for Pediatric Sedation EMS? 10:55am-11:25am Elizabeth Weinstein, MD FAAEM T15: Great Minds Think Alike: New Interactive Track * Heartbreakers: Sick Kids, Congenital Hearts (Small Groups Working To Find Best Practices to Common Problems We 11:35am-12:05pm David Nelson, MD FAAEM Face) *Pre-registration required for this track. Pediatric Misadventures: Button and Battery Ingestions, 3:15pm-3:30pm Track Introduction FB Aspirations, FB Removal, Superglue, Stuck Objects on 3:30pm-4:30pm Joseph Guarisco, MD FAAEM; Mark Jaben, MD Fingers, Lamp Oil BREAKOUT 1: Your Mid-level Provider Does What? Best 12:15pm-12:45pm Jennifer Walthall, MD FAAEM FFAP Practices for Mid-level Providers “He’s out of control” — Managing Acute Pediatric Psychosis Tom Scaletta, MD FAAEM; David Lawhorn, MD FAAEM T20: Rare But Deadly: Call the Consultant Now! BREAKOUT 2: Wake Up! It’s Our Turn to Grab the Ring 10:15am-10:45am Bart Besinger, MD FAAEM — Maximizing Patient Satisfaction and Our Position in an Deadly Drops: Syncope That Kills Ever-Changing Healthcare Landscape 10:55am-11:25am Stephen Tantama, MD FAAEM 4:30pm-5:05pm Reconvene & Discussion of Best Practices Is That the Flu or Tularemia: Recognizing Bioterrorism T16: Don’t Roll The Dice: Maximizing Your Success Personally & 11:35am-12:05pm Jason Knight, MD FAAEM Professionally Cellulitis Gone Bad: Flesh-Eating Bacteria 3:15pm-3:45pm Mark Reiter, MD MBA FAAEM 12:15pm-12:45pm Kevin Rodgers, MD FAAEM You’ve Earned It — Now Spend it Wisely! Financial Planning When Fever Isn’t an Infection: NMS, Thyroid Storm, for the EP Serotonin Syndrome, Chronic Aspirin Toxicity 3:55pm-4:25pm Edward Callahan, MD FAAEM T21: The Best of Morbidity & Mortality: We’re Only Human, Learning Resilience: What Every EM Doc Should Know to Keep From Our Mistakes Going T22: RSA – YPS TRACK 4:35pm-5:05pm Michael C. Bond, MD FAAEM Social Media 101 & 102: Pearls & Pitfalls You Need to Know 8:00am-9:30am Michael Epter, DO FAAEM Now! CV Preparation & Workshop T17: Specialty Pilot Content Being the Great Detective: 1st Annual 9:30am-10:00am Haney Mallemat, MD FAAEM Diagnostic Case Competition Social Media for Medical Education: What It Is and Isn’t T18: 2012 LLSA Review Track 10:00am-10:15am BREAK Michael Silverman, MD FAAEM FACP; 10:15am-10:45am Michael Ybarra, MD Richard Shih, MD FAAEM Advocacy 101 10:45am-11:30am Panel Discussion: Haney Mallemat, MD FAAEM; Leana Wen, MD MSc; Heather Jimenez, MD; Joseph Weber, MD FAAEM Finding Your Niche 11:30am-12:00pm Mark Reiter, MD MBA FAAEM I Just Got My First Paycheck! Fiscal Strategies that Every New Graduate Should Know 12:00pm-12:45pm Carey Chisholm, MD MS FAAEM; Andy Walker, MD FAAEM The 411 on Securing Your Dream Job T23: International Emergency Medicine Comes to Las VegasFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 9
  • 10. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly Resident In-Training Exam Review: What to Expect on Your Test Course Description This post-conference course is meant to simulate the type of questions encountered on the ABEM Qualifying Examination. This course will serve as an intense overview of many high yield topics to facilitate maximal success on the upcoming in-training examination. Credit Designation Statement The American Academy of Emergency Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 4 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Learning Objectives By the end of this course, attendees will have gained knowledge and confidence that will significantly improve their scores on the National Emergency Medicine In- Training Examination. Course Schedule Wednesday, February 13, 2013 1:30pm-5:30pm Faculty Michael Epter, DO FAAEM Kevin Rodgers, MD FAAEM Joseph Lex, Jr., MD MAAEM FAAEMFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 10
  • 11. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly PreConference Courses • Saturday, February 9, 2013 Advanced & Introductory OCULAR PELVIC ULTRASOUND Ultrasound Courses PERIPHERAL NERVE BLOCKS Course Description PHYSICS PULMONARY Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned sonographer, this year’s SHOCK AAEM pre-conference ultrasound course will be worth your time. We SHOULDER will be offering an introductory course for beginners. This will include TESTICULAR ULTRASOUND didactic sessions on physics, trauma exam (FAST), abdominal aorta TRAUMA and ultrasound assisted procedures (including central line placement). Half of your time will be spent in small groups scanning models with a US APPLICATION DOCUMENTATION* very favorable instructor/student ratio. VENOUS ACCESS & DVT *This module counts as 2 modules. Physicians who have already taken an introductory course will have an opportunity to build their own ultrasound course in our advanced Course Schedule modules. These will be structured to maximize “hands-on” scanning Introductory Ultrasound of models. Modules will be offered in aorta, cardiac, equipment, Saturday, February 9, 2013 gallbladder & renal, gastrointestinal, head & neck, musculoskeletal, 8:00am-8:15am Welcome ocular, pelvic ultrasound, peripheral nerve blocks, physics, procedures, pulmonary, shock, testicular ultrasound, trauma and 8:15am-9:00am Introduction & Physics venous access & DVT. 9:00am-9:45am The FAST Examination 9:45am-10:00am FAST— Case Studies The faculty will include physicians with international reputations as 10:00am-10:15am Break outstanding ultrasound educators. 10:15am-11:00am Aorta Introductory Ultrasound Course 11:00am-12:00pm Procedures Credit Designation Statement 12:00pm-1:00pm Lunch (on your own) The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) 1:00pm-2:30pm Modules designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.75 AMA PRA 2:30pm-2:45pm Break Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit 2:45pm-4:15pm Modules commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. 4:15pm Adjourn Advanced Ultrasound Half-Day Course Advanced Ultrasound Credit Designation Statement Saturday, February 9, 2013 The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Full Day designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.75 AMA PRA 8:00am-4:00pm (lunch on your own) Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit Pick 6 application modules commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Half Day Session Advanced Ultrasound Full-Day Course 8:00am-12:00pm or Credit Designation Statement 1:00pm-5:00pm The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Pick 3 application modules designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit Course Director commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Michael J. Lambert, MD RDMS FAAEM Learning Objectives Fellowship Director Emergency Ultrasound, Department of Emergency Medicine, Advocate Christ Medical Center, Oak Lawn, IL To view a full list of objectives for the following modules, please visit www.aaem.org/education/scientific-assembly. Modules: CARDIAC EQUIPMENT GALLBLADDER, RENAL & AORTA GASTROINTESTINAL HEAD & NECK MUSCULOSKELETAL February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 11
  • 12. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly PreConference Courses • Saturday, February 9, 2013 Pediatric Emergencies: Credit Designation Statement Children Are Not Little Adults! The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) designates this live activity for a maximum of 8.5 AMA PRA Course Description Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit An emergency department visit can be a life-changing event for a commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. child. Children and adolescents account for nearly a third of hospital emergency department visits. This patient population has unique Learning Objectives physical characteristics that require special care and equipment. 1.  iscuss practical and clinically relevant information for the D According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, current approach to pediatric emergencies. fewer than 6% of emergency departments have on hand all the 2.  evelop a logical, efficient approach to the assessment and D pediatric equipment recommended by the American Academy of treatment of the ill or injured child. Pediatrics. A recent report on pediatric emergency care by the Institute of Medicine found that many providers don’t know how to Course Schedule properly stabilize seriously injured or ill children or fail to recognize Saturday, February 9, 2013 cases of child abuse. This course will serve as a venue in which 8:00am-5:00pm the emergency physician may fine tune and polish their skills in the assessment and management of pediatric emergencies. Course Director Joanne Williams, MD FAAEM Accreditation Statement Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Charles Drew This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance University of Medicine & Science; Clinical Associate Professor of with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council Emergency Medicine, Keck School of Medicine of USC; Physician for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint Specialist/DHS/Los Angeles County, Los Angeles County-USC sponsorship of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA (AAEM) and the California Chapter of AAEM (CAL/AAEM). The American Academy of Emergency Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 12
  • 13. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly PreConference Courses • Saturday & Sunday, February 9 & 10, 2013 Emergency Department Operations Course Schedule Management: Cracking the Code! Saturday, February 9, 2013 1:00pm-1:15pm  Introduction: Program Goals and Overview Course Description 1:15pm-2:15pm  Health Mandate: Better, Faster, Less Costly As “accountable” care gains traction and as health care reform Emergency Care advances, emergency care must be rapidly redesigned to be 2:15pm-3:15pm  Science of Throughput: Lean Capacity more process and cost efficient. It must also deliver better patient Management and Queuing Theory satisfaction to meet pay-for-value goals being set by the federal 3:15pm-3:30pm Break government and private payers alike. Emergency medicine must 3:30pm-4:30pm  Innovations in ED Operations and Workflow embrace new models of care from a process focused perspective 4:30pm-5:00pm  Cracking the Code (1): Critical Failures in ED that delivers on these goals; and emergency physicians must Operations Management become responsible stewards of resource utilization, particularly in 5:00pm-5:30pm  Q&A Panel regard to hospital admitting practices and big ticket test ordering. The most important management question emergency medical Sunday, February 10, 2013 directors need to answer in today’s environment is: “How can we 8:00am-8:15am  Review of Saturday’s Key Points deliver faster, better and less costly care in an intensely competitive 8:15am-9:15am  of the Enterprise: Operations Management Hub market and with increasing marginal returns?” Overview 9:15am-10:15am  Readying for 2020: Predicting and Achieving This intensive, yet enjoyable, workshop will highlight innovative care Optimal ED Performance models that meet these new challenges. Attendees will take home 10:15am-10:30am Break ideas that will deliver on performance, quality, safety and service. AAEM has “cracked the code” in discovering the key operational 10:30am-11:30am  chieving Operational Excellence: Delivering What A elements that lead to success and the singular operational failure Patients and Payers Want that has befuddled ED administrators for years. Come find out. 11:30am-12:00pm  racking the Code (2): Critical Failures in ED C Operations Management Credit Designation Statement 12:00pm-12:30pm  &A Panel Q The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Course Director designates this live activity for a maximum of 8.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit Joe Guarisco, MD FAAEM commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Chair, AAEM Operations Management Committee; Department of Emergency Medicine, Ochsner Health System New Orleans; System Learning Objectives Chair Emergency Services, Ochsner Health System New Orleans 1. Hear and learn of innovative models of providing emergency care. 2. Gain an understanding of lean concepts in capacity management and queuing theory. 3. View and work with toolsets to assist with resource and cost challenges. 4. Learn how to achieve both top quality and excellent patient satisfaction in high volume EDs. 5. Understand cost of care contracting and what your CEO now seeks in an emergency physician group. 6. Learn how to guide your ED team through the burning platform of process change management.February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 13
  • 14. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly PreConference Courses • Saturday & Sunday, February 9 & 10, 2013 Resuscitation for Emergency Course Schedule Physicians Saturday, February 9, 2013 7:45am-7:50am Introduction Course Description 7:50am-8:30am  Patient with Undifferentiated Shock The In recent years it has become all too common for critically ill patients 8:30am-9:10am  Pearls & Pitfalls in Acute Respiratory Failure to remain in the emergency department for exceedingly long 9:10am-9:50am  Cardiac Arrest … What Really Works? periods of time. It is during these early hours of illness that many 9:50am-10:10am Break detrimental processes begin to take hold. It is during these early 10:10am-10:50am Septic Shock hours of illness that lives can be saved … or lost! In order to prevent 10:50am-11:40am  ost-Cardiac Arrest Care …Interventions that P unnecessary morbidity and mortality, the emergency physician must Save Lives! be an expert at resuscitating the critically ill patient. 11:40am-1:10pm Lunch (on your own) Resuscitation for Emergency Physicians (REP) is an integrated 1:10pm-1:50pm Life-threatening Dysrhythmias resuscitation course for the emergency physician that will encompass 1:50pm-2:30pm Ultrasound in the Critically Ill a broad spectrum of topics including undifferentiated shock, cardiac 2:30pm-2:50pm Break arrest, post-arrest management, sepsis, CNS catastrophes, trauma, 2:50pm-3:30pm The Crashing Trauma Patient and pediatric resuscitation. REP is the first integrated resuscitation 3:30pm-4:10pm Critical Toxicology course developed by an emergency medicine professional society 4:10pm-4:50pm Traumatic CNS Emergencies that is tailored to the needs of emergency physicians. Emergency 5:00pm Adjourn physicians who want to take a single, integrated resuscitation course Sunday, February 10, 2013 taught at an advanced level, rather than taking ACLS, PALS and ATLS, will find REP to be an outstanding experience. Quite frankly, 7:45am-8:45am  Pearls in Pediatric and Neonatal Resuscitation this course will help you save lives! 8:45am-9:30am Neurologic Emergencies 9:30am-9:50am Break PREREQUISITE: Course participation will require either board 9:50am-10:50am Challenging Cases in Resuscitation certification or residency training in emergency medicine. 10:50am-11:50am The Crashing Patient Credit Designation Statement 12:00pm Adjourn The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Course Directors designates this live activity for a maximum of 10.5 AMA PRA William Brady, MD FAAEM Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit Professor of Medicine and Vice-Chair of Emergency Medicine, commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. University of Virginia Health System, Charlottesville, VA Learning Objectives Michael Winters, MD FAAEM FACEP 1. Develop advanced resuscitation skills that can be applied to Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of medical, trauma and undifferentiated patients of all age groups. Combined EM/IM Program; Co-Director, Combined EM/IM/Critical 2. Develop an approach to complex medical and traumatic disease Care Program, University of Maryland School of Medicine processes based upon a discussion of current medical literature. Andrew Perron, MD 3. Develop an integrated approach to resuscitation in the Professor and Program Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, emergency department. Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME 4. Discuss by way of a case-based approach multiple key medical and traumatic conditions in an evidence-based format.February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 14
  • 15. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly PreConference Courses • Sunday, February 10, 2013 Introduction to Wilderness and Course Directors Operational Medicine Sean Keenan, MD FAAEM LTC(P), MC, FS/DMO, US Army; Group Surgeon, 10th Special Course Description Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Carson, CO The Uniformed Services Chapter of AAEM will host a half-day Travis Deaton, MD course covering various wilderness and operational medicine LCDR, MC, FS/DMO, US Navy; Naval Medical Center San Diego topics. Wilderness medicine is a growing subspecialty, with leaders emerging from the emergency medicine community. We will present an overview of subjects in the field and give recent Pediatric Emergency Department updates incorporating military experiences from the past decade of deployments overseas. Simulation: Critical Skills from Birth to the School Bus! Accreditation Statement This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with Course Description the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for This simulation course is designed for emergency physicians seeking Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship a practical, hands-on course in the management of critical obstetric of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) and the and pediatric scenarios including the performance of invasive Uniformed Services Chapter of AAEM (USAAEM). The American procedures. Training is available for emergency physicians of all Academy of Emergency Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to levels to teach skills not received during EM training or to refresh provide continuing medical education for physicians. delivery skills and procedures that are rarely used but “high-risk” when encountered in the ED setting. This course will focus on two Credit Designation Statement areas. First, the delivery of a fetus, including complicated deliveries, The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) is required training in emergency medicine residency. However, designates this live activity for a maximum of 4.0 AMA PRA these deliveries are infrequent in the emergency department, limiting Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit EM residency and post-EM residency routine training, especially at commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. large tertiary hospitals where obstetrics competition for procedures exists. It will include didactic and intensive simulation training in Learning Objectives three high-risk deliveries scenarios: breech, shoulder dystocia and 1. Develop an understanding of the subject matter of wilderness nuchal cord delivery requiring resuscitation of both mother and fetus. and operational medicine. Second, participants will rotate through two pediatric critical case 2. Understand recent military advances in operational medicine scenarios (involving airway emergencies and sepsis) in which they will that can be applied to providing medical support in remote simulate the critical decision making skills required for the successful environments. resuscitation of critically-ill pediatric patients. 3. Discuss challenges in medical direction and training of Junior physicians will have a hand at directing the management of wilderness and operational medicine providers. simulated critically-ill children and at performing procedures they 4. Practice improvised wilderness medicine techniques for patient may have not yet performed in practice. Senior physicians will be stabilization and transport. able to refresh their skills particularly in procedures and events that are infrequent in practice but high stakes when they are needed. Course Schedule Faculty will guide participants through the stations and provide not Sunday, February 10, 2013 only core instruction in indication, performance, and management of 7:30am-7:45am  Introduction to Wilderness and Operational complications, but also share their “tricks of the trade.” Medicine Participants will receive hands-on instruction by experienced 7:45am-8:05am Introduction to Dive Medicine EM and OB faculty. Task trainers and simulators will be used to 8:05am-8:25am High-altitude Medicine Update recreate clinical vignettes. Critical actions will be reviewed, and 8:30am-8:50am  Update on Tactical Combat Casualty Care each participant will perform these simulated high-risk deliveries 8:50am-9:10am Environmental Toxicology and pediatric critical care scenarios in a low-pressure setting. A 9:15am-9:35am Wilderness EMS Medical Direction post-training test and summary will ensure understanding of steps 9:35am-10:00am Break necessary for successful high-risk deliveries and pediatric critical 10:00am-10:20am Pain Control in Austere Settings cases in the future. 10:20am-10:40am  oint/Counterpoint: Prehospital Ultrasound Use P 10:40am-11:00am  dventure Racing Medical Coverage A 11:00am-12:00pm  emonstration and Practice of Improvised D Splinting and Patient Movement TechniquesFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 15
  • 16. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly PreConference Courses • Sunday, February 10, 2013 Credit Designation Statement Student Track The American Academy of Emergency Medicine (AAEM) Track Description designates this live activity for a maximum of 3.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit The student track will provide you with invaluable advice for how to commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. shine on your clerkships and successfully apply to an emergency medicine residency. There will also be talks on international Learning Objectives emergency medicine and emergency ultrasound, as well as a 1.  escribe the different breech delivery positions and apply D residency program director panel. Registration is free for paid recommended techniques for a successful breech delivery. student members (refundable deposit required), so take advantage 2. dentify when a delivery is complicated by shoulder dystocia and I of the opportunity to learn more about the specialty and meet perform a successful shoulder dystocia delivery. other students and physicians practicing emergency medicine. 3.  ecognize a nuchal cord delivery with fetal distress and R We encourage you to stick around for the rest of the Scientific demonstrate an understanding of neonatal resuscitation and Assembly, which will begin after the student track at 1:00pm with the immediate maternal post-partum care. plenary session. We hope to see you there! 4.  eview indications, necessary supplies and techniques for R Track Schedule successful umbilical catheter insertion for neonatal resuscitation. 5.  valuate the pediatric airway and perform several rescue E Sunday, February 10, 2013 strategies for airway control, including non-invasive maneuvers 7:15am-8:00am Networking Breakfast and surgical rescue interventions. 8:00am-9:00am Program Director Panel 6.  ecognize the signs of impending septic shock and demonstrate R 9:00am-10:00am Pearls and Pitfalls of EM the critical steps for resuscitation of a pediatric patient with 10:00-10:45am How to Shine on Your Clerkships septic shock. 10:45am-11:00am Break 11:00am-11:45am International EM Course Schedule 11:45am-12:30pm Emergency Ultrasound Sunday, February 10, 2013 7:00am  Shuttle bus to Clinical Simulation Center of Las Vegas 7:30am-7:45am Introduction 7:45am-8:25am Scenario #1 8:25am-8:30am Station Rotation 8:30am-9:10am Scenario #2 9:10am-9:15am Station Rotation 9:15am-10:00am Scenario #3 10:00am-10:15am Break 10:15am-11:00am Scenario #4 11:00am-11:15am Group post-test and review 11:15am-11:30am Debriefing wrap up 11:30am  Return shuttle bus to The Cosmopolitan Course Director Kevin Reed, MD FAAEM Vice-Chair, MedStar Harbor Hospital; Simulation Faculty and Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, MedStar Georgetown University and MedStar Washington Hospital Center, Georgetown University School of MedicineFebruary 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 16
  • 17. 19th Annual American Academy of Emergency Medicine Scientific Assembly19th Annual Scientific Assembly February 9–13, 2013 Sunday, February 10, 2013 Introduction to Wilderness and Operational Medicine **$25.00 Students & ResidentsRegistration Form Print your name below as you wish it to appear on your badge. (7:30am-12pm) **$50.00 Physicians & Allied Health ProfessionalsFirst Name: ________________________________________________________________________________ Pediatric Emergency Department Simulation: Critical Skills $325.00 $475.00 $425.00 $575.00 from Birth to the School Bus!*(7:30am-11:30am) This course isLast Name: _________________________________________ Degree (MD/DO) __________________________ held offsite. Transportation provided with 7am departure.Send additional conference information to my Home Institution (address below) **The registration fee will be refunded within 30 days after the conference for USAAEM members who attend the course.Institution: _________________________________________________________________________________ Sunday, February 10, 2013 – Required Refundable Deposit for Registration Fee for Non-AAEM Wednesday, February 13, 2013 AAEM Members MembersAddress: __________________________________________________________________________________ General Assembly Registration $200.00*** $500.00City: ______________________________________ State: ____________________________ ZIP: __________ $100.00*** $150.00**** Residents I am attending the Resident In-Training I am attending the Resident In-TrainingPhone: ____________________________________ Fax: ___________________________________________ Exam Review on Feb. 13, 2013 (Free) Exam Review on Feb. 13, 2013 ($75.00)Email: ____________________________________________________________________________________ $50.00*** /**** $100.00**** Students I am attending the Student Track on I am attending the Student Track onI require:   AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) TM   Category 2A AOA Credit     No Credit Necessary Feb. 10, 2013 (Free) Feb. 10, 2013 (Free) Allied Health Professional (PA’s, NP’s and Registration on or Before Registration After $225.00 RN’s) January 8, 2013 January 8, 2013 AAEM Members Non-AAEM AAEM Members Non-AAEM TOTAL DUE: _________________ Members Members ***  equired deposit for all AAEM members. You will have the option now or onsite of donating this refund to the AAEM Foundation. Otherwise, RSaturday, February 9, 2013 deposits paid by credit card will be automatically credited to the same account number. Deposits paid by check will be paid back by check, made payable to the institution or person issuing the original deposit.Advanced Ultrasound* (8am-4:00pm) $425.00 $575.00 $525.00 $675.00 ****  ll resident and student non-member registration fees and student free member registration fees will go towards the 2013-2014 AAEM/RSA membership APick 6 modules: Cardiac Equipment Gallbladder, Renal & Aorta dues, with remaining amount refunded. Gastrointestinal Head & Neck Musculoskeletal Ocular Pelvic Ultrasound Peripheral Nerve Blocks Physics Pulmonary Shock Shoulder I would like to register for “Great Minds Think Alike: New Interactive Track” on February 12, 2013. Testicular Ultrasound Trauma Venous Access & DVT US Application Documentation (counts as 2 modules) Please select one:Advanced Ultrasound* Half-Day 8am-12pm 1pm-5pm $300.00 $450.00 $400.00 $550.00 Your Mid-level Provider Does What? Best Practices for Mid-level ProvidersPick 3 modules: Cardiac Equipment Gallbladder, Renal & Aorta Wake Up! It’s Our Turn to Grab the Ring — Maximizing Patient Satisfaction and Our Position in an Ever-Changing Gastrointestinal Head & Neck Musculoskeletal Ocular Pelvic Ultrasound Healthcare Landscape Peripheral Nerve Blocks Physics Pulmonary Shock Shoulder Testicular Ultrasound Trauma Venous Access & DVT US Application Documentation (counts as 2 modules) I would like to donate my deposit to the AAEM Foundation. I  do not want my name published in AAEM materials/Introductory Ultrasound (8am-4:15pm) $425.00 $575.00 $525.00 $675.00 publications in recognition of my donation.Emergency Department Operations Management: $300.00 $450.00 $400.00 $550.00 Method of Payment (check one): Check VISA MasterCard DiscoverCracking the Code! $200.00 $350.00 $300.00 $450.00(2 day course) (Saturday 1pm-5:30pm; Sunday 8am-12:30pm) - Sat. only - Sat. only - Sat. only - Sat. only Card Number: _______________________________________________ Expiration Date: __________________ $200.00 $350.00 $300.00 $450.00 Cardholder Name: ___________________________________________________________________________ - Sun. only - Sun. only - Sun. only - Sun. onlyPediatric Emergencies: Children are Not Little Adults! $300.00 $400.00 $400.00 $500.00 Signature: _________________________________________________________________________________(8am-5pm) $250.00 $350.00 Please send me information about becoming a member of AAEM AAEM/RSA YPS - CAL/AAEM - CAL/AAEM $150.00 $250.00 Return completed form with appropriate payment to: - Residents - Residents 19th Annual Scientific Assembly, American Academy of Emergency Medicine 555 East Wells Street, Suite 1100, Milwaukee, WI 53202 or fax it to: (414) 276-3349Resuscitation For Emergency Physicians (1.5 day course) $500.00 $850.00 $600.00 $950.00(Saturday 7:45am-5pm; Sunday 7:45am-12pm) For more information, call (800) 884-2236, or email info@aaem.org SUBTOTAL: _________________ To register online, go to www.aaem.org*Some of these activities are held concurrently. Due to their hands-on format, registration in each of the pre-conference courses is limited. Please Note: On occasion, an AAEM photographer or videographer may take photos/videos at the 19th Annual Scientific Assembly of attendees**The registration fee will be refunded within 30 days after the conference for USAAEM members who attend the course. who are participating in sessions, functions and/or activities. Please be aware that these photos/videos are for AAEM use only and may appear in AAEM conference brochures, programs, publications, the AAEM website or other AAEM materials. Your attendance at the conference constitutes your permission and consent for this photography. February 9-13, 2013 • The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas 17