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  • Schedule-at-a-glance Preconference Workshops Key to NREMT Categories NREMT Categories are indicated in blue next to the appropriate session titles. If no Category is given, the session qualifies as EMS CEH only. A guide to NREMT requirements is located at www.NREMT.org. Ex. ABC = Airway, Breathing, Cardiovascular 12-Leads Made Easy Tim Phalen TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2012 TWO-DAY WORKSHOPS 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Developing and Managing the 0001 Emergency Medical Services Field Training and Evaluation Program Troy Hagen, MBA, EMT-P Skip Kirkwood, MS, JD, EMT-P, EFO, CMO NAEMSE’s Instructor Class, Level II The National Association of EMS Educators 0002 8:00 am – 6:00 pm TraCER – Guiding you to success on your transport certification exam Critical Care Transport Certification Review Course Note: You must register online at www.astna.org TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2012 ONE-DAY WORKSHOP 0003 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM M-ABC Advanced Airway: Lecture and Cadaver Lab Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P Jim Radcliffe, BS, NREMT-P This class includes lunch and shuttle to off-site location. Class limited to 36 participants. Not intended for EMT-B. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2012 HALF-DAY WORKSHOP 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Autopsy Observation at the Maryland 0004 Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Note: This will take place off-site, limited to 50 people, 1.5 CEH. EMS Street Survival First Sergeant Keith A. McMinn TFC Steven F. Proctor Class limited to 25 participants. 0007 PHTLS Hybrid Course NAEMT Faculty Class limited to 50 participants. 0008 Emergency Pediatric Hybrid Course NAEMT Faculty Class limited to 50 participants. 0009 Federal Town Hall Meeting Drew Dawson, NHTSA Richard W. Patrick, MS, CFO, EMT-P, FF 0010 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM 0011 Train Better 2012 – CentreLearn Administrators Workshop WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2012 HALF-DAY WORKSHOPS 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM 14 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Autopsy Observation at the Maryland 0015 Office of the Chief Medical Examiner Note: This will take place off-site, limited to 50 people, 1.5 CEH. 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Back to Basics Skills Lab Bill Justice F/F (ret.) NREMT-P, TEMS-I Class limited to 70 participants. 0016 Mini Med School for Paramedics Eric Beck, DO, EMT-P, CCEMT-P Marlea Miano, MD, RN, EMT-P Peter Lazzara, NREMT-P, BS 0017 Risk Avoidance in Today’s Challenging EMS Environment Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P Doug Wolfberg, JD, EMT 0018 Critical Thinking & Item Writing Workshop 0019 Josh McGaughey, CCEMT-P Ultrasound in the Field: Hands-On Workshop William Heegaard, MD, MPH and Clinical Team Class limited to 30 participants. Back to Basics Skills Lab Bill Justice F/F (ret.) NREMT-P, TEMS-I Class limited to 70 participants. 0012 Advanced Tools to Lead Change for Fire Service EMS Guillermo Fuentes, MBA Mike Ragone 0013 Ultrasound in the Field: Hands-On Workshop William Heegaard, MD, MPH and Clinical Team Class limited to 30 participants. 0014 THURSDAY, March 1, 2012 HALF-DAY WORKSHOP 8:00 am – 10:30 am 0020 Certified Emergency Manager (CEM ®)/Associate Emergency Manager (AEMSM) Examination Note: Register for this exam at www.iaem.com/certification/CEMPrepCourse.htm WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2012 ONE-DAY WORKSHOPS 0005 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM M-ABC Certified Emergency Advanced Airway: Lecture and Cadaver Lab Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P Jim Radcliffe, BS, NREMT-P This class includes lunch and shuttle to off-site location. Class limited to 36 participants. Not intended for EMT-B. 0006 M-ABC Manager (CEM ®)/Associate Emergency Manager (AEMSM) Exam Preparatory Course Note: Register for this course at www.iaem.com/certification/CEMPrepCourse.htm Register at www.EMSToday.com 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Certified Critical Care Paramedic (CCP-C®) and Certified Flight Paramedic (FP-C®) Examinations Note: This exam will take place at the Hilton Hotel and you must register online at http://www.bcctpc.org.
  • Schedule-at-a-glance WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 2012 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Super Sessions 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM BLS/ALS Clinical Colors: A Guide for EMS Street Survival Peter Lazzara, NREMT-P, BS 8:15 PM - 9:15 PM 0103 Are You Bagging the Life Out of Your Patients? Jon Politis, MPA, NREMT-P Medical Issues Encountered During Disasters Joe Holley, MD, FACEP ALS Clinical Trauma Trends: 0101 Wide Complex Tachycardias What’s Hot, What’s Not? M-Trauma Tim Phalen Connie Mattera, RN, MS, TNS, EMT-P 0105 0109 EMS Changes, Challenges and Opportunities Under Healthcare Reform Jay Fitch, PhD Sabina Braithwaite, MD, MPH, FACEP, Task Force Chair Note: No CEH will be provided. EMS Culture of Safety Project: Public Comment Forum Special Focus My Simulator Just Arrived … Now What Do I Do? Les R. Becker, PhD, NREMT-P Lessons Learned: Tour Bus MCI J. Robert (Rob) Brown, Jr., CFO, EFO Lloyd Runnett, EMT-I 0108 F-Medical 0104 M-ABC EMS Leadership National Strategy for an Education 0107 F-ABC 0106 STay connected with our social networking sites 0102 Session Tracks The conference sessions are slotted into tracks so you’ll know which session topics are appropriate for you. Here’s how we’ve defined each track: BLS/ALS Clinical These sessions are applicable for EMT-B as well as EMT-I and EMT-P, although the material will be more of a refresher for the latter two provider levels. ALS Clinical These sessions are intended for EMT-P providers only; the material presented will be at an advanced practitioner level. EMS Leadership For managers, supervisors and EMS executives, these sessions present the latest topics on government regulations, strategy and practical tools for EMS agencies to be successful. Education Educators, whether full-time or part-time, will find these sessions of interest as the track presents topics related to instructional design, presentation skills and student interaction. This year, we are presenting a number of sessions that deal with – or use – simulation. Download the EMS Today mobile app to your smart phone and you’ll have the latest information at your fingertips! • Set up your itinerary • Scan for special events • Search for booth #s • Find exhibitors by product category • And much, much more! Make the most of your time and download the app today! Special Focus These are topics of interest to all EMS professionals, regardless of their position or employment. February 28 - March 3, 2012 • Baltimore, MD 15
  • Schedule-at-a-glance THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2012 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM TM BLs/als Clinical 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM SUPER SESSIONs 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM LUNCH SESSIONs 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM Discover Simulation: Phases of Sim-Based Learning Presented by Laerdal Medical (open to all attendees) 1000 2005 That’s Not a Missile ... 1001 Report from the Eagles: 2001 Wound Ballistics: M-Trauma That’s My Head M-Trauma What’s Hot, What’s Not? F-ABC Firearms Trauma Steven “Kelly” Grayson, CCEMT-P Peter Lazzara, NREMT-P, BS Moderator: Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, FACEP, FCCM, MACP Cardiac Update 2012 1002 Panelists: Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP F-ABC Eric Beck, DO, EMT-P, CCEMT-P Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP Joe Holley, MD, FACEP Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP Networking Lunch L001 Lunch and Learn L002 2010 Guidelines Are Out, You Renewed, Now What? David B. Hiltz, NREMT-P Capnography: Tube 2010 Verification is Only the Beginning Robert Murray, BS, NREMT-P ALS Clinical Paramedics: 1003 Pediatric Assessment The Airway Elite F-ABC Connie Mattera, RN, MS, Eric Beck, DO, EMT-P, CCEMT-P TNS, EMT-P AV Block Myth Buster Tim Phalen EMS Leadership 1004 M-ABC The Changing Global EMS Climate Jerry Overton 1005 2002 M-Peds Rapid Fire Roundtable International Association of EMS Chiefs 2003 Culture Change from the Ground Up Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P 2006 Lunch and Learn Jerry Overton EMS Professionals Are 1007 Fed Up with CE … and What to Do About It Greg Friese, MS, NREMT-P Special Focus EMS Blogging and 1008 Social Media: How To Do It and Keep Your Job Steven “Kelly” Grayson, CCEMT-P Crime Scene Management for EMS Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P 16 1009 Register at www.EMSToday.com One Community’s Effort 2007 to Measure, Implement and Improve Cardiac Arrest Survival Kevin Seaman, MD, FACEP Lunch and Learn Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P Doug Wolfberg, JD, EMT L004 Lunch and Learn Peter Lazzara, BS, EMT-P Successful Grant 1006 Proposals: Assembling the “Expert” Team Janet Smith Education L003 L005 What Happened in L006 EMS Research in 2011: PCRF Poster & Research Roundtable Luncheon Baxter Larmon, PhD, MICP Lunch will be provided to the first 75 registrants, first come, first served. CEH is given.
  • Schedule-at-a-glance THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 2012 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Exhibit Hall Open 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM TM 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM Discover Simulation: Phases of Sim-Based Learning Presented by Laerdal Medical (open to all attendees) BLs/als Clinical Crush Syndrome Joe Holley, MD, FACEP ALS Clinical Head Injuries and Concussions 3002 Connie Mattera, RN, MS, TNS, EMT-P M-Trauma 3001 M-Trauma Complicated AMIs Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP Capnography: 3015 Tube Verification is Only the Beginning Robert Murray, BS, NREMT-P Session repeated from 10:15 AM 3014 Remembering Why Randolph Mantooth Ten Golden Rules for Prehospital Management of MCIs Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, F ACEP, FCCM, MACP 3004 EMS Leadership Managing Your Agency’s Controlled Drugs: Complying With DEA Regulations Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP 3005 EMS Policy Summit 3012 Advocates for EMS Education Is It Cheating or Group Problem Solving? Greg Friese, MS, NREMT-P 3006 special focus Why You Should Care About 3007 Injury Prevention: Creating a Culture of Safety in EMS Josh Krimston, EMT-P EPIC Paul Maxwell MEDICS Keith Griffiths Jeff Lucia 3008 PCRF Roundtable Baxter Larmon, PhD, MICP 3:30 PM 3:30 PM – CEREMONIES OPENING 5:00 PM OPENING CEREMONIES •  treet Medicine Society/John S Pryor Award • Street Medicine Society/John Pryor Award • EMS10:Innovators in EMS Awards Awards • EMS10: Innovators in EMS 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM OPENING KEYNOTE OPENINGKEYNOTE 3003 M-ABC What’s It Like on the Hot Seat? An EMS Mock Cross Examination Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P Doug Wolfberg, JD, EMT 1000 Modern technology has given emergency responders incredible tools that help save more lives than ever before. The Internet and social media have allowed us to instantly share ideas and information with others from all over the world. Johnny and Roy would be envious. Or would they? Have computers, smart phones and all our cutting-edge gadgets caused us to overlook the fact there’s a living, breathing human being in front of us - someone who needs eye contact, a reassuring voice, or a trembling hand held? That’s what made Johnny and Roy, and the professionals they portrayed, so special to millions around the globe. No, Johnny and Roy didn’t have all the high-tech, 21st century hardware we have today, but they had compassion for their patients, and passion for their calling. Randy’s presentation will remind us that it’s not so much about the “business” as it is about people. Don’t miss his inspiring keynote address that will lead us back to the heart of why we do what we do. Randolph Mantooth* starred as firefighter/paramedic Johnny Gage in the iconic television series Emergency! which debuted 40 years ago. This show was the first to portray paramedics in America and significantly advanced the adoption and implementation of advanced life support throughout the world. For more information on Randy and his schedule of appearances, please visit www.RandolphMantooth.com, and follow him on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/RandolphMantooth. *(Celebrity appearance subject to change.) 3009 February 28 - March 3, 2012 • Baltimore, MD 17
  • Schedule-at-a-glance FRIDAY, March 2, 2012 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM Exhibit Hall Open New product Display, vote for popular choice. Cooking Competion 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM SUPER SESSION BLs/als Clinical 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM Cold Water Drowning and 5001 Accidental Hypothermia M-Medical Edward Dickinson, MD, FACEP, NREMT-P Improvised Explosive 4001 Devices and Blast Injuries Anthony L. Mitchell, M-Trauma Lt Col, USAF, MC, FS, MD, FACEP/FAAEM 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM Lethal Exposures: 6001 Carbon Monoxide and Cyanide Mike McEvoy, PhD, NRP, RN, CCRN Cardiac Update 2012 Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP Session repeated from Thursday Eagles Lightning Round 4002 Moderator: Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, FACEP, FCCM, MACP Panelists: Eric Beck, DO, EMT-P, CCEMT-P Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP Joe Holley, MD, FACEP Corey Slovis, MD, FACP, FACEP 5002 F-ABC Medical Issues Encountered 5003 During Disasters F-Medical Joe Holley, MD, FACEP Session repeated from Wednesday ALS Clinical 6002 Sepsis: Recognizing 5004 Penetrating Trauma the Silent Killer M-Trauma Edward Dickinson, MD, FACEP, NREMT-P Steven “Kelly” Grayson, CCEMT-P Beyond the Basics of 4008 Thoracic Trauma Steven “Kelly” Grayson, CCEMT-P Advances in Trauma Care: 5005 Are Preoperative M-Trauma Interventions Elemental or Detrimental? Paul E. Pepe, MD, MPH, FACEP, FCCM, MACP EMS Leadership education 4009 Advanced Practice 5006 How Clean is Your Ambulance? Paramedics: The Wake Katherine H. West, BSN, MSEd, CIC County Model Skip Kirkwood, MS, JD, EMT-P, EFO, CMO It Takes a Leader … Not a Manager Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P Best Practices in 4003 Fire-Based EMS J. Robert (Rob) Brown, Jr., CFO, EFO Gary Ludwig, MS, EMT-P John Sinclair, EMT-P Tips for Submitting a Winning RFP Response Janet Smith Breathing Life Into Your 4004 Presentations: Using Games to Teach John Dillon, NREMT-P 5007 Don’t Lose Your Cool: 4011 National Registry Update Dealing with Problem Students William E. Brown, Jr., RN, MS, NREMT-P Rommie Duckworth, LP A Simulation Is Only an 5008 Simulation—It’s More 4012 Excuse for a Debriefing Neil Coker, BS, EMT-P Than Just a Manikin: Lessons Learned Using Simulation for Health Professions Education Neil Coker, BS, EMT-P Three “Hot” Legal Case 4010 Studies and “Lessons Learned” for EMS Management Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P Doug Wolfberg, JD, EMT Enhancing Airway 4005 Competency with Simulation Criss Brainard, EMT-P Rick Rod, RN, BCEN, NREMT-P 6003 6004 CECBEMS Accreditation for Your Department Liz Sibley, MA 6005 Terrorism Simulation: Living It In Real-Time J. Harold (Jim) Logan, BS, EMT-P/IC 6006 TM TM TM special focus The Real WMD: 4006 EMS Response to a Suicide Bomb Attack Donell Harvin, MPH, MPA, EMT-P New/Hot Products 4007 at EMS Today Jeffrey Lindsey, PhD, EMT-P, EFO, CFO 18 Register at www.EMSToday.com 6007 Infection Control 5009 EMS and Black Tags: M-Trauma Myth Busting F-Medical What To Do When Faced With Mass Fatalities Katherine H. West, BSN, MSEd, CIC Donell Harvin, MPH, MPA, EMT-P No Longer Will Inadequate 5010 Response Be Tolerated By the Public! Clay Richmond, BS, NREMT-P
  • Schedule-at-a-glance FRIDAY, March 2, 2012 & SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 2012 FRIDAY, 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM JEMS GAMES FINAL Edward Dickinson, MD, FACEP, NREMT-P 7012 Saturday exhibit hall open 9:30 am - 1:30 pm Friday 5:15 PM – 6:15 PM BLs/als Clinical Saturday 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM The Past, Present, and Future 7001 of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: M-ABC Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going Raymond L. Fowler, MD, FACEP Legal Highs Our Patients Are On 7002 Dennis Edgerly, AAS, EMT-P M-Medical ALS Clinical Pediatric Respiratory Issues Morgen Bernius, MD, MS, FACEP, FAAP New Technologies in Non-Invasive Monitoring Mike McEvoy, PhD, NRP, RN, CCRN 7003 M-Peds 7004 F-ABC 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM CLOSING CEREMONIES •  rehospital Care Research P Forum Awards Saturday 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM SUPER SESSIONs Basic Aspects of Wounds and Wound Care: Using Food to Demonstrate Common Injuries Thomas E. Platt, EdD, NREMT-P Walt Stoy, PhD, EMT-P 8001 M-trauma Improvised Explosive Devices and 8002 Blast Injurie M-trauma Anthony L. Mitchell, Lt Col, USAF, MC, FS, MD, FACEP/FAAEM • James O. Page/JEMS Award Session repeated from Friday •  0th Annual Nicholas 1 Rosecrans Awards •  th Annual JEMS Games 9 Medals Ceremony • New Products Awards Clinical Physiology/ Pharmacology of Airway and Ventilation Management for ALS Christopher T. Stephens, MD, MS, NREMT-P 8003 M-ABC 8000 CLOSING KEYNOTE EMS Leadership The New Age of Terrorism Clinton R. Van Zandt What is the current threat posed by terrorists world-wide … and might they strike again in America? education Enhance Your PowerPoint: 7005 Using Adobe Photoshop and Elements John Dillon, NREMT-P How to Secure Funding for Your Sim Lab Peter Lazzara, NREMT-P, BS special focus 7006 EMS and Health Care Reform: What Are They Going to Ask of Us Skip Kirkwood, MS, JD, EMT-P EFO, CMO , 7007 TM Volunteers in Action: Q and A Roundtable Moderator: Jeremy Mothershed, NREMT-P Panel: Matt Golueke, NREMT-P V. Eric W. May, Jr, NREMT-P Karen McQuaid, MBA Clint Van Zandt will discuss the history of both international and domestic terrorism. Using recent case studies. Van Zandt will discuss ways to identify suicide terrorists and how EMS can serve as an integral component to homeland protection and response. As a former supervisor with the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit and US Army Intelligence Agent, Clint’s presentations are always interesting, dynamic and educational. He’ll leave you with valuable insights Marketing Your Department via and critical information that can help Social Media: Get What You Want for you better understand human behavior. Your Service 8004 8005 Rommie Duckworth, LP The Illusion of Attention: How Did I Miss That? Rommie Duckworth, LP 7008 Advancing Your Career in EMS Thomas E. Platt, EdD, NREMT-P Walt Stoy, PhD, EMT-P 7009 Clinton R. Van Zandt, a former FBI Profiler and Hostage Negotiator, is an NBC/ MSNBC Analyst and a well-known author and television /radio commentator concerning crime and human behavior. February 28 - March 3, 2012 • Baltimore, MD 19
  • Schedule-at-a-glance Tuesday, feb 28 - Wednesday, Feb 29, 2012 saturday, March 3, 2012 Saturday 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM BLs/als Clinical ALS Clinical Saturday 2:15 PM – 3:15 PM Chemical Suicides: Responding 8008 Pediatric Medicine: Seizures, Croup, 9001 to Deathtraps M-medical and Parents F-peds Mike McEvoy, PhD, NRP, RN, CCRN Mike McEvoy, PhD, NRP, RN, CCRN Until Death Do Us Part: 9002 Intimate Partner Violence F-trauma Cathleen W. Vandenbraak, BSN, MHA/MBA, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, FP-C 9003 Things Are Not As They Seem, Part I 8009 Things Are Not As They Seem, Part II f-medical Owen T. Traynor, MD, FAAEM f-medical Owen T. Traynor, MD, FAAEM Hypertensive Issues 8010 Infarct Imposters in Pregnancy M-OB Dennis Edgerly, AAS, EMT-P Cathleen W. Vandenbraak, BSN, MHA/MBA, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, FP-C EMS Leadership Saturday 3:30 PM – 4:30 PM 9004 F-abc EMS Leadership: What We Can Learn from the Marine Corps Skip Kirkwood, MS, JD, EMT-P, EFO, CMO Medical Innovations 9011 from the Battlefield M-trauma Stacy Shackelford, MD, FACS, Colonel, USAF Trauma and Pregnancy Cathleen W. Vandenbraak, BSN, MHA/MBA, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, FP-C Understanding Heart Failure Dennis Edgerly, AAS, EMT-P 9012 M-OB 9013 M-ABC 8012 education Using Audience Response Pads: Know What Your Students Know John Dillon, NREMT-P 9006 special focus Memphis Case Study: Leadership and Mentoring J. Harold (Jim) Logan, BS, EMT-P/IC 9007 De-Cluttering Your PowerPoint John Dillon, NREMT-P A 1-year subscription to JEMS is included in your conference registration! JEMS is the most authoritative source of EMS information worldwide, dedicated to the improvement of patient care in the prehospital setting. Each month you’ll find everything you need to advance your career: news, clinical articles, industry surveys, product reviews and more. If you are a new subscriber, please wait 6-8 weeks after the conference for your first issue. If you are already a subscriber, 12 issues will be added on to your current subscription. (A value of $44) 20 9010 8011 Chief Officer Survival: Crisis Communications 9005 Skip Kirkwood, MS, JD, EMT-P, EFO, CMO Anything You Write Will be Used Against You: Protecting Your QA Documents From Legal Discovery Steve Wirth, JD, EMT-P Doug Wolfberg, JD, EMT Old is New Again: The Full Circle of EMS Thomas E. Platt, EdD, NREMT-P Walt Stoy, PhD, EMT-P Register at www.EMSToday.com 9014