T HE L ONG H OT S UMMER A Conference on Trauma and Emergency Care March 8 & 9, 2013—Minneapolis Marriott Northwest SPONSORED BY NORTH MEMORIAL HEALTH CARE
Dear EMS Provider FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 2013 8, 2013 Welcome to the 24th Annual Long Hot Summer— 8:00 AM Criitical Care Track Pt. Assessment OB, Infants & Child OB, Infants & Child Airway A Conference on Trauma & Emergency Care. You’ll 1A 12 Lead ECG Interpreta‐ 2A Geriatric Emergencies— 3A Battered & Beaten: 4A Upside Down Kids— 5A Basic Adult Airway be pleased to see we are back at your favorite tion—Blocks & Hypertrophies— Michael Sanford, NREMT‐P and Uncovering the Invisible Signs Jules Scadden, PS Management—Mark Conterato, Michelle Erickson, RN, EMT Tom Schwartz, NREMT‐I of Domestic Abuse—Jason Dush, MD, Melinda Wells, NREMT‐P & venue—formerly the Northland Inn and now the FF, NR/CCEMT‐P, FP‐C Seth Witthuhn, NREMT‐P Minneapolis Marriott Northwest. The hotel was given a 24 million dollar renovation that includes 9:00 Break Marriotts check‐in "pods," a new business center , 9:15 Elective Trauma fitness center and a private dining area. All guest rooms and conference space have been completely 3B Severe Weather Spotting— 4B Pelvic Trauma— Brad Winger David Templeman, MD refurbished. 10:15 Break Break During this two‐day event, you will hear from some 10:30 Criitical Care Track Elective OB, Infants & Child Elective of today’s foremost leaders in emergency care and participate in an action packed agenda that includes 1C Analgesics, Sedatives & 3C Highway Madness: How the 4C Perfect Storm: OB Emer‐ 5C Responder Rehab—Steven Paralytics, Seth Witthuhn, (bleep) Did that Happen?— gencies—Jules Scadden, PS Baker, NREMT‐P several hands‐on sessions where you learn by doing. NREMT‐P John McClellan This year we’ve added a Critical Care Track— 11:30 Lunch content designed for Paramedics, RNs, RTs, NPs and PAs who assess, treat and prepare patients 12:30 PM Opening Remarks —EMS Color Guard for transport in either air or ground setting. OB, Infants & Child 12:45 It wouldn’t be an EMS conference without the fun Keynote Address: Recognizing Abusive Injuries—Richard Kaplan, MD and this year we’re bringing the fun to you. Jonah 1:45 Break and the Whales—one of the Twin Cities most 2:00 Criitical Care Track Medical/Behavioral Medical/Behavioral Trauma Trauma popular bands will be performing at the hotel at 8 PM. Grab a friend and join us for music and 1D Critical Care Airway & 2D Use of Force— 3D Synthetic Cannabis— 4D Crush Injury vs. Crush 5D Current Approaches to munchies. All are welcome. Ventilator Lab—Mark Conterato, Steve Anderson Richard Moldenhauer, MS Syndrome—Jason Dush, FF, NR/ Trauma Care— MD, Melinda Wells, NREMT‐P & CCEMT‐P, FP‐C Greg Beilman, MD Seth Witthuhn, NREMT‐P We look forward to seeing you in March. 3:00 Break 3:15 Medical/Behavioral OB, Infants & Child Medical/Behavioral 3E Heroin in Minnesota— 4E Asthma in Children—Paula 5E Just a Spoonful of Medi‐ Richard Moldenhauer, MS Kocken, MD cine: Medical Emergencies— Jules Scadden, PS 4:15 Break 4:30 Closing Address: —What’s It Like on the Hot Seat? An EMS Mock Cross Examination—Ryan Stark, JD North Memorial Professional Education Staff 5:30 Adjournment 7:30 Music and Munchies—EMS Social Hour(s)! Band starts at 8 PM
SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 2013 9, 2013 7:45 AM Exhibits Open — Check in — Continental Breakfast EMT Recertification— Training Division Categories 8:30 Opening Session—Who’d a Thought? The New Trends of Chemical Suicide— Jason Dush, FF, NR/CCEMT‐P, FP‐C Division Hours Needed 9:30 Break Airway 2 9:45 Criitical Care Track Elective Elective Trauma Medical/Behavioral 1F Intra Aortic Balloon 2F Clandestine Drug Lab— 3F Drowning Prevention— 4F True Stories from North 5F Street Drugs— Medical/Behavioral 4 Pumps—Lisa Haugen Brad Winger Patty Reicks & Memorial Ambulance— Mark Conterato, MD LeeAnn Mortensen G. Patrick Lilja, MD 10:45 Break 2 OB, Infants & Child 11:00 Criitical Care Track Elective Medical/Behavioral OB, Infants & Child Medical/Behavioral 1G Ventricular Assist 2G Applications of Smart 3G Autism Spectrum 4G Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad 5G What You Thought You Trauma 4 Devices—Lisa Carter Phones & Tablets in EMS— Disorders: Awareness for Kids—Jules Scadden, PS Knew About Cardiac Arrest But Matt Hill Healthcare Providers— Probably Don’t— Eric Roetiger, EMT‐P RJ Frascone, MD Pt. Assessment 3 12:00 Lunch 1:15 PM Criitical Care Track Pt. Assessment Medical/Behavioral Medical/Behavioral Pt. Assessment Elective 3 1H Size DOES Matter—Jason 2H He Ain’t Heavy— 3H Use of Force— 4H 12 Lead ECG for the First 5H Preparing Your Patient for Dush, FF, NR/CCEMT‐P, FP‐C Jules Scadden, PS Steve Anderson Responder— Long Distance Transport— Michelle Erickson, RN, EMT John Lyng, MD 2:15 Break Break 2:30 Criitical Care Track OB, Infants & Child Elective 1I TXA, Coagulants & 2I Real Life Smurfs: The Blue 5I EMS Roles During Crisis: Anti‐Coagulants— Baby Syndromes— Standards of Care— Seth Witthuhn, NREMT‐P Jules Scadden, PS Dr. Paula Kocken 3:30 Break “Loved it!! As always, with any North experience, top notch!” Todd Eckel, EMT‐B 3:45 Closing Session— Creating a Culture of Civility: Challenges, Chaos and Recommendations—Jason Dush, FF, NR/CCEMT‐P, FP‐C Renville, MN 4:45 Adjournment “This conference is one of the greatest collections of speakers and See you in 2014!! experts in their field. Highly recommend no matter what field of medicine you are in.” Chad Thompson, Paramedic, Medical Student Minneapolis, MN
HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS • Comfortable work environment provided by a custom designed 7025 Northland Drive pivoting desk & Brooklyn Park, MN 55428 ergonomic chair. (763) 536‐8300 (877)‐303‐1681 • Extra comforts provided by a pull‐out Formerly the Northland Inn, the newly remodeled sofa sleeper, over‐sized Marriott Minneapolis Northwest boasts closets. • 230 sophisticated yet functional guest • The Boundary Waters Coffee Shop featuring suites designed with a Caribou coffee and light meals. living room & a separate bedroom. North Memorial has arranged for a block of rooms at • Room amenities a special rate of $115/night single or double, exclusive or in‐room dining of taxes. To make reservations, please CLICK HERE selections. or call (763) 536‐8300 and mention you are with the North Memorial Conference “The Long Hot • A “Revive" Summer”. This rate will be honored until February bedding package with 13, after which reservations will be accepted on a elegantly appointed space available basis. Maximum occupancy of the bathrooms and guest suites is four (4) people per suite. aromatherapy bath amenities. • Two flat‐screen LCD televisions, high‐speed Internet access and two telephones. Let’s Party!! WELCOME TO THE PARTY...JOIN US FRIDAY EVENING! Leave the conference behind, grab your colleagues and join us Friday evening for the most rockin party in town. Jonah and the Whales guarantee to bring the fun with non‐stop rock, techno, pop, top‐40 and classic hits. With costumes, spot‐on impersonations, visual effects and concert quality sound and lights, this band will entertain!! Join us for music, snacks and cash bar at the hotel from 8 PM to 11:30 PM. Socialize & network with vendors and other attendees and win prizes that will only be available at the dance.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registration Deadlines • Registrations received after February 22 must include an additional $50. • Registrations that are to be billed to facilities must be REGISTRATION FEES made prior to February 22 to allow us time to process the (Note registration deadlines) billing. Payments from facilities must be received by February 22. NONEMPLOYEE $219 Conference Fee • Registrations will close on March 7 at NOON when the EMS Education Office shuts down so staff can prepare for Includes both days, lunch on Friday & Saturday, Friday the conference. After March 9, only walk‐in registrations social hour, breaks, conference T‐shirt and conference will be accepted. Walk‐in (at the door) registrations must binder/pen & refreshment breaks throughout both days. include an additional $65. Cancellations $169 Friday, March 8 only Cancellations must be made by e‐mail or in writing only. $169 Saturday, March 9 only Refunds will NOT be issued after February 22. There are no refunds for “no‐shows” or inclement weather. Substitutions NMMC EMPLOYEE will be accepted if prior approval is arranged through the EMS Education office before March 7, 2013 at noon. $119 Conference Fee Includes both days, lunch on Friday & Saturday, Friday Continuing Education social hour, breaks, conference T‐shirt and conference This program has been designed to meet the continuing binder/pen & refreshment breaks throughout both days. education requirements for all emergency care providers. Certificates of attendance will be provided. The number of $99 Friday, March 8 only hours you receive will be based on the number of sessions $99 Saturday, March 9 only attended. POST approved sessions are indicated. HOW TO REGISTER Whether you register online or by mail or fax, please Special Needs or Services carefully read all the information in the brochure. Please If you have special needs or services identified with the do not call the main EMS Education office to register. Americans With Disabilities Act, please contact North We can serve you much faster and more efficiently if you Memorial EMS Education prior to the program at (763) 520‐ register in one of the two ways noted below. 5451. Weather Conditions 1. Register online by clicking In the case of inclement weather, you may call (763) 520‐5451 2. You can also print the registration form in this for a recorded message about the conference status. brochure and fax or mail to Professional Education. Please complete a separate registration for each Confirmations person. You can mail or fax your registration with Conference registrations will be sent electronically. If you do check, credit card or payment information to: not receive confirmation of your registration within one month, you may contact us at email@example.com. • North Memorial Professional Education Please do not call for a confirmation unless one month has Attn. LHS passed. 3500 France Ave North Suite 103 Robbinsdale, MN 55422‐2806 Fax registrations to (763) 520‐4969. “Great opportunity for RNs to get a new perspective on pre‐hospital care.” Mara Thorson, RN Cambridge, MN
REGISTRATION FORM—LHS 2013 CONCURRENT SESSION SELECTIONS Friday 8 AM—Choose one PLEASE PRINT ALL INFORMATION INCLUDING YOUR LEGAL NAME FOR EDUCATION RECORDS. . 1A 12 Lead ECG Interpretation (goes until 10:15 AM; do not choose B session) Legal Name ________________________________________________________ 2A Geriatric Emergencies (goes until 11:30 AM; do not choose B or C sessions) 3A Battered & Beaten Home Phone _______________________________________________________ 4A Upside Down Kids 5A Basic Adult Airway Management Cell Phone or Alternate Phone _________________________________________ (goes until 10:15 AM; do not choose B session) Friday 9:15 AM—Choose one Home Address ______________________________________________________ 3B Severe Weather Spotting 4B Pelvic Trauma City/State/Zip ______________________________________________________ Friday 10:30 AM—Choose one 1C Analgesics, Sedatives & Paralytics E‐mail Address ______________________________________________________ 3C Highway Madness 4C OB Emergencies (Must be LEGIBLE) 5C Responder Rehab Employer ___________________________________________________________ Friday 2:00 PM—Choose one Work Phone _________________________________________________________ 1D Critical Care Airway/Ventilator Lab (goes until 4:15 PM; do not choose E session) 2D Use of Force Job Title ____________________________________________________________ (goes until 4:15 PM; do not choose E session) 3D Synthetic Cannabis EMT Medic Police Officer Fire Fighter 1st Responder Nurse 4D Crush Injury vs. Crush Syndrome 5D Current Approaches to Trauma Care Other (Please Indicate) ______________________________________________ Friday 3:15 PM—Choose one NMMC Employee # ________________________________(employees only) 3E Heroin in Minnesota 4E Asthma in Children COURSE SELECTIONS 5E Medical Emergencies To take advantage of these discounted rates, this form must be completed in full and we Saturday 9:45 AM—Choose one must receive your registration, or the registration must be postmarked by February 22, 2013 1F Intra Aortic Balloon Pumps 2F Clandestine Drug Lab Registration Fee NMMC 3F Drowning Prevention 4F True Stories from NM Ambulance Full Conference Fee $219 $119 5F Street Drugs Friday March 8 only $169 $99 Saturday 11:00 AM—Choose one Saturday, March 9 only $169 $99 1G Ventricular Assist Devices 2G EMS Smart Phone Applications For registrations received or postmarked $50 $50 3G Autism Spectrum Disorders after Feb 22, I have included an addl. $50 4G Big Bad Kids TOTAL $_____________ $__________ 5G Cardiac Arrest METHODS OF PAYMENT Saturday 1:15 PM—Choose one 1H Size DOES Matter Check/Money Order payable to North Memorial Medical Center 2H He Ain’t Heavy 3H Use of Force VISA, MasterCard, Discover or American Express (goes until 4:15 PM; do not choose I session) 4H 12 Lead ECG for the 1st Responder __ __ __ __ ‐ __ __ __ __ ‐ __ __ __ __ ‐ __ __ __ __ __ __ ‐ __ __ (goes until 4:15 PM; do not choose I session) 5H Long Distance Transport Account # Expiration Date Saturday 2:30 PM—Choose one My organization will pay P.O Number _______________________________ 1I TXA, Coagulants & Anticoagulants Contact Name __________________________________________________________________________ 2I The Blue Baby Syndrome 3I EMS Roles During Crisis Name of Organization ____________________________________________________________________ Sessions in RED are part of the Critical Care Track Address ________________________________________________________________ Required Fields City/State/Zip _____________________________________Phone_________________________________