With new and emerging advances in pre-hospital care, the need for education for EMTs, Paramedics, physicians, nurses and clinicians, is paramount. The goal of this program is to provide an update on these emerging technologies, therapies, treatments and protocols to improve care. Attendees will learn comprehensive components of pre-hospital care, including topics such as trauma, mass casualty preparedness, cardiac pharmacology, overcrowding in the ER, new street drugs, the evolving role of EMR and more.
This program will utilize didactic, lecture formats as well as group interactive discussions to highlight topics, allowing audience participation and serve as a venue for case-based learning (case presentations).
Didactic session with interactive discussions and audience participation.
Attendees will answer questions during designated periods and complete an evaluation at the conclusion of the symposium.
EMTs, Paramedics, Fire Fighters, Emergency Medicine physicians, Internal Medicine physicians, nurses and any other allied health professionals interested in emergency medicine.
To update attendees on important initiatives, new protocols and therapies to treat the medical and trauma patient in the pre-hospital setting.