2008 TRAUMA & EMERGENCY MEDICINE KENTUCKY STATEWIDE SYMPOSIUM

2008
KENTUCKY STATEWIDE
TRAUMA & EMERGENCY MEDICINE
SYMPOSIUM
November 19-21, 2008
Griffin Gate Marriott RESORT AND SPA
Lexington, KY
Jointly Sponsored by:
See also: http://www.mc.uky.edu/surgery/General/trauma.asp
Planning
Planning Committee Co-Directors
Philip A. Bernard M.D.
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Medical Director, Transport and Outreach
University of Kentucky
Kentucky Children’s Hospital
Lexington, KY
Mary E. Fallat, M.D.
Professor and Director
Division of Pediatric Surgery
Department of Surgery
University of Louisville School of Medicine
Chief of Surgery
Kosair Children’s Hospital
Louisville, KY
David S. Foley, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Division of Pediatric Surgery
Department of Surgery
University of Louisville School of Medicine
Director of Trauma and Burns
Kosair Children’s Hospital
Louisville, KY
Glen A. Franklin, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Department of Surgery
University of Louisville School of Medicine
Medical Director, SICU and Burn Unit
University of Louisville Hospital
Louisville, KY
Julia E. Martin, M.D.
Associate Professor
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Kentucky Hospital
Lexington, KY
Joseph A. Iocono, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Surgery
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Pediatric Director, Pediatric Trauma Program
Assistant Director, Minimally Invasive Surgery
Program
University of Kentucky Hospital
Lexington, KY
Paul A. Kearney, Jr., M.D.
Professor of Surgery
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Chief, Section of Trauma and Critical Care
University of Kentucky Hospital
Lexington, KY
Planning Committee Members
Penne Allison, R.N., B.S.N., M.S.O.M. (University of Kentucky)
Theresa Baker, R.N. (University of Louisville)
Vicki Hardwick-Barnes, R.N., M.S.N. (Kosair Children’s Hospital)
Sandra Chambers, M.P.H. (University of Kentucky)
Jennifer Forman, R.N., B.S.N. (University of Kentucky)
Carol Fout-Zignani, R.N., M.S.N., C.C.M.E.C. (Norton Healthcare)
Lisa Fryman, R.N. (University of Kentucky)
Patricia K. Howard, R.N., PhD. (University of Kentucky)
Shelly Marino, R.N. (University of Kentucky, Kentucky Children’s Hospital)
Bari Lee Mattingly, R.N. (University of Kentucky, Kentucky Children’s Hospital)
Ashlee Melendez, M.S.P.H., B.S.N. (American College of Emergency Physicians)
Joyce Swim, M.B.A. (University of Kentucky)
Tom D. Taylor, EMT-P. (Kentucky EMS for Children Project)
Debora L. Williams, R.N., B.S.N. (Kosair Children’s Hospital, Norton Healthcare)
Register online at http://www.mc.uky.edu/traumaservices
Faculty
General Session Guest Faculty
General Session Kentucky Faculty
Jeffrey Coughenour, M.D.
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Director of Rural Trauma Outreach
Program
University of Missouri Healthcare
University of Missouri-Columbia School
of Medicine
Columbia, MO
Samir Fakhry, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Chief of Trauma/Surgical Critical Care
Inova Regional Trauma Center
Chair for Research and Education
Department of Surgery
Medical Director, Inova Regional
Trauma Center Injury Prevention Program
Professor of Surgery, VCU
Clinical Professor of Surgery
Georgetown University
Falls Church, VA
Anna Ledgerwood, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Medical Director, Trauma Program
and Trauma QI Committee
Detroit Receiving Hospital
Professor of Surgery
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI
Mary Clyde Pierce, M.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Pediatrics
Northwestern University’s Feinberg
School of Medicine
Children’s Memorial Hospital
Chicago, IL
Kimberly Baker, B.S.
Internal Policy Analyst III
Elder Abuse Specialist
Cabinet for Health and Family Services
Frankfort, KY
Robert Owen, M.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Neurosurgery
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
Anita Capillo, R.N., B.S.N., S.A.N.E.-A
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program
Manager
Lexington Division of Police
Lexington, KY
Melissa Platt, M.D., F.A.A.E.M., F.A.C.E.P.
Assistant Professor
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY
Teri Faragher, M.S.W., C.S.W.
Executive Director
Domestic Violence Prevention Board
Lexington, KY
Terry M. Foster, R.N., M.S.N., C.C.N.S.,
C.C.R.N., C.E.N.
Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist
Saint Elizabeth Medical Center
Edgewood, KY
Juan Garrett
Detective
Louisville Metro Police Department
Criminal Intelligence Unit
Gang Coordinator/Gang Investigator
Louisville, KY
Roger Humphries, M.D.
Associate Professor
Emergency Medicine Chairman
Department of Emergency Medicine
University of Kentucky
College of Medicine
Lexington, KY
Craig Roberts, M.D.
Professor
Residency Director
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY
Paul Rychwalski, M.D.
Associate Professor
Ophthalmology and Pediatrics
Director of Pediatric Ophthalmology
and Adult Strabismus
Department of Ophthalmology and
Visual Sciences
University of Louisville
Louisville, KY
Diana Thacker, R.N., B.S.N.
Registered Nurse/Organ Procurement for
Kentucky
Organ Donor Affiliates
Lexington, KY
Vesna Kriss, M.D.
Professor
Department of Radiology and Pediatrics
University of Kentucky
College of Medicine
Lexington, KY
Charles O’Neal, B.A., N.R.E.M.T.-P
Executive Director
Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical Services
Kentucky Community and Technical College
System
Versailles, KY
See also: http://www.mc.uky.edu/surgery/General/trauma.asp
Background
Kentucky Statewide Trauma/Emergency Medicine Symposium
Description
Target Audience
The Kentucky Statewide Trauma/Emergency Symposium provides
an exciting opportunity for health care professionals seeking innovative approaches to trauma and emergency care. The program will
cover clinical management of the trauma patient, including pre-hospital care, resuscitation, acute care and rehabilitation. Designed for
the team approach, this multidisciplinary forum will feature
national and local physicians, nurses, paramedics and other experts.
This program is directed toward physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, EMT/EMT-Ps, respiratory therapists,
radiologic technologists and other allied health care professionals
caring for emergency and critical care patients.
Objectives
Upon completion of the symposium, participants will be able to:
• Identify epidemiological factors related to trauma/emergency
• Describe the pre-hospital, medical and nursing management of
specific emergency conditions/injuries or complications
• Analyze selected contemporary issues affecting trauma/
emergency care systems
• Examine current research and trends of care for the
emergency/trauma patient
Disclosure
Faculty presenters of continuing education programs sponsored
by the University of Kentucky College of Medicine are expected to
disclose any real or perceived conflict of interest. Copies of faculty
disclosures are included in participant program materials or given
prior to the lecture.
Continuing Medical Education
Physicians
Nurses
The University of Kentucky College of Medicine is accredited by
the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of Kentucky College of Medicine designates this
educational activity for a maximum of 12.5 AMA PRA Category 1
TM
Credits . Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with
the extent of their participation in the activity. The University of
Kentucky College of Medicine presents this activity for educational
purposes only. Participants are expected to utilize their own expertise and judgment while engaged in the practice of medicine. The
content of the presentations is provided solely by presenters who
have been selected for presentations because of recognized expertise
in their field.
For Nursing CEUs, Emergency Nurses Association has approved
the following: Advanced Pediatric Life Support course: 8.0; General Session Day One: 6.4; and General Session Day Two: 5.6. Attendance on both days for General Sessions will result in approval
of a total of 12 contact hours for the registrant.
Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics
Education credit (equal to nursing CEU’s outlined for each course)
will be provided by the Kentucky Board of Emergency Medical
Services and the Kentucky Emergency Medical Services for Children Project. A certificate will be provided to each attendee. For
questions related to EMT/paramedic credits, contact Tom Taylor,
Kentucky Board of EMS, at (850) 256-3565 or e-mail [email protected]
kctcs.edu.
Other Allied Health Professionals
All other health care professionals for whom preapproval has not
been achieved will be provided a certificate of attendance after the
symposium. Each of these professionals will be responsible for submission to their professional boards if credit is desired.
CME and CEU certificates for physicians, physician assistants,
registered nurses, EMT/EMT-Ps and respiratory therapists will be
awarded at the end of each session.
Note
Certificates for continuing education hours will not be distributed until
the daily conclusion of the program with submission of an evaluation form.
Partial continuing education hours are not an option.
Register online at http://www.mc.uky.edu/traumaservices
Pre-Conference
Pre-Conference Wednesday November 19, 2008
APLS
Advanced Pediatric Life Support
CEVO III
Coaching the Emergency Vehicle Operator
Presented by
Presented by
M. Dawn Turner, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Jamie Alcorn, EMT, CEVO III Certified Inst., CFC
Doug Smith, EMT, CEVO III Certified Inst.
Tim Cameron, EMT, CEVO III Certified Inst.
EMS/Communications Manager
Communications Technician/EMT
UK Emergency Transport
University of Kentucky Chandler Medical Center
Lexington, KY
Philip Bernard, MD
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Medical Director Pediatric Transport and Outreach
Kentucky Children’s Hospital
University of Kentucky HealthCare
Lexington, KY
Although this course is designed for physicians, other disciplines are
encouraged to attend. The APLS Course focuses on the evaluation,
diagnosis and initiation of treatment of many pediatric medical and
surgical emergencies during the time the patient’s condition is being
stabilized in the clinic or emergency department. Major topics to be
addressed include Pediatric Assessment, Pediatric Airway, Central
Nervous System, Medical Emergencies, Cardiovascular System,
and Trauma. Advanced Airway and Advanced Trauma Procedures
skill stations will be included. The course will require advance
acquisition of the textbook APLS: The Pediatric Emergency
Medicine Resource and independent study and completion of
online “Check Your Knowledge” questions for six chapters. At
the end of the 1-day course you will take a Course Completion
Examination. Your course completion cards will be mailed to you
at a later date. Cost: $100
7:00am: Registration
7:30am - 4:30pm:Course
(Lunch will be provided from 12:00pm – 1:00pm)
In this 8 hour program, ambulance operators will learn practical
defensive driving techniques -- focusing on the operator’s ability to
read traffic conditions, act accordingly, and prevent collisions in
both emergency and non-emergency situations. Cost: $25
7:30am: Registration
8:00am - 12:00pm: Classroom Skills
1:00pm - 5:00pm: Hands-On Driving Skills
Objectives
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Handling an emergency vehicle in adverse weather conditions
Blind spots and cushion of safety
Intersections, passing and lane changes
Safe backing and parking
Scanning and traffic hazard identification
Vehicle handling, design and inspection
Objectives
• Provide guidelines for being properly prepared in the emergency care of pediatric patients
• Describe the components of pediatric assessment
• Recognize the early signs of pediatric medical and surgical
emergencies
• Discuss the importance of early intervention and initiation of
treatment to prevent the occurrence of respiratory or cardiac
arrest
See also: http://www.mc.uky.edu/surgery/General/trauma.asp
November 20
General Session
Thursday
November 20, 2008
7a.m.
Registration
Breakfast in the Bluegrass Pavilion
Exhibits open –Ballrooms F, G, & H
Morning Moderator: Mary Fallat, M.D.
7:50a.m. Welcome
8:00a.m. Opening Keynote
Abuse Panel
“The Role of the Trauma Team in Early Identification and Prevention of Child Abuse” Mary Clyde Pierce, M.D.
“Elder Abuse…Its Time to Speak Up, Our Elders Deserve Better” Kimberly Baker, B.S.
“Forensic Aspects of Domestic Violence and Sexual
Assault” Anita Capillo, R.N., B.S.N., S.A.N.E.-A.
“A Social Workers Perspective”
Terry Farhagher, M.S.W., C.S.W.
9:45a.m. Break Exhibits Open
10:15a.m. “Avoiding Insult to Injury: Procedural Sedation and
Analgesia (PSA) in the Trauma Patient”
Roger Humphries, M.D.
11:00a.m. Lunch (on your own)
Afternoon Moderator: Paul Kearney, M.D.
12:15p.m. “Small Bowel Injury: Nemesis or No Big Deal”
Samir Fakhry, M.D.
1:15p.m. “Honoring Wishes and Saving Lives”
Diana Thacker, R.N., B.S.N.
2:00p.m. Break Exhibits Open
2:30p.m. Afternoon Keynote
“Some Days It’s Just Too Much to Care: Dealing with Compassion Fatigue in Emergency Nurses”
Terry Foster, R.N., MSN, CEN, CCNS, CCRN
3:15p.m. “Limb Salvage or Immediate Amputation: How to Treat Mangled Legs” Craig Roberts, M.D.
4:00p.m. “Identifying and Dealing with Methamphetamine Exposed Children” Charlie O’Neal, BA, NREMT-P
4:45p.m. Evaluation/Adjournment
Register online at http://www.mc.uky.edu/traumaservices
November 21
7:30a.m.
Registration
Breakfast in the Bluegrass Pavilion
Exhibits open in Ballrooms F, G, & H
Morning Moderator: David S. Foley M.D.
8:00a.m. Welcome/Announcements
8:15a.m.
Morning Keynote
“Lessons Learned in Management of Injured Patients” Anna Ledgerwood, M.D.
9:15a.m.
“Learning from the Past: Radiation Safety in Children and Imaging Strategies for 2008” Vesna Kriss, M.D.
10:15a.m.
Break Exhibits Open
10:45a.m. “The Evaluation and Management of Traumatic Brain
Injury” Robert Owen, M.D.
11:30a.m.
“10 Ways to Improve Delivery of Pre-Hospital Trauma
Care” Jeffery Coughenour, M.D.
12:00p.m. Lunch (on your own)
Afternoon Moderator: Julia Martin, M.D.
1:00p.m. Afternoon Keynote
“Obstetrics and Trauma: A 2 for 1 Deal”
Melissa Platt, M.D.
1:45p.m.
“Update on Ocular and Peri-orbital Trauma”
Paul Rychwalski, M.D.
2:30p.m.
“Gang Identifications and Reorganization”
Detective Juan Garrett
3:15p.m.
Evaluation/Adjournment
See also: http://www.mc.uky.edu/surgery/General/trauma.asp
General Session
Friday
November 21, 2008
General
Location & Accommodations
Griffin Gate Marriott & Spa
1800 Newton Pike
Lexington, KY 50411
Enveloped by the rolling meadows of Bluegrass Country, the Griffin
Gate Marriott Resort & Spa, a luxurious Kentucky resort and upscale Lexington hotel, invites guests to discover unmatched Southern hospitality. The genteel ambiance at this Lexington, Kentucky
hotel has been revived by sweeping renovations featuring sparkling
facilities and a brand new spa. Retreat to plush guest rooms after
playing some of the finest greens on the magnificent Rees Jones-designed golf course or indulging in the rejuvenating powers of soothing spa treatments offered by The Spa at Griffin Gate. Griffin Gate
Marriott is located only four miles from downtown Lexington and
minutes from the Kentucky Horse Park.
A block of hotel rooms is reserved at a group rate of $89. This special rate is available until November 2, 2008. Mention that you are
attending the Trauma/Emergency Medicine Symposium when you
register to receive the discounted rate. Parking is complimentary.
Reservations and costs are the responsibility of the participant. To
make a reservation, call 1-859-231-5100.
Please, to aid us in keeping our rates as economical as possible for
you in the future, we ask that you stay at our host hotel if you intend
to stay overnight. We have negotiated this rate considering our
participants’ overnight stays.
Register online at http://www.mc.uky.edu/traumaservices
Information
Directions
From Airport
Lexington - LEX
Driving directions: Turn left on Man O’ War Boulevard from Airport
Parking Area. Go East on Versailles Road (US 60) approximately 2
miles to Second New Circle Road (North) Exit. Follow New Circle
Road approximately 4 miles to Newtown Pike Exit 9B North toward
I-64 & I-75. Follow Newtown Pike for approximately 1.5 miles to
Griffin Gate Boulevard. Resort entrance is on the right.
From Airport
Cincinnati – CVG
Driving directions: Take I-275 East approximately 4 miles to I-75
South toward Lexington. Follow I-75 South approximately 65 miles
to Lexington. Interstates 75 and 64 combine as one north of Lexington. Take Exit 115 (Newtown Pike/SR 922) South off I-75/64.
Follow Newtown Pike/SR 922 approximately 0.4 miles to second
light and turn left onto Griffin Gate Drive. Once on Griffin Gate
Drive, you are on the resort property. Main entrance for resort is
to the left of Griffin Gate Drive. Estimated taxi fare $100.00 USD
(one way).
From Airport
Louisville - SDF
Driving directions: From the airport, take I-264 East approximately
4 miles to I-64 East towards Lexington. Follow I-64 East for approximately 80 miles to Lexington. Interstates 64 and 75 combine
as one north of Lexington. Take Exit 115 (Newtown Pike/SR 922)
South off I-75/64. Follow Newtown Pike/SR 922 approximately
0.4 miles to second light and turn left onto Griffin Gate Drive.
Once on Griffin Gate Drive, you are on the resort property. Main
entrance for resort is to the left of Griffin Gate Drive. Estimated
taxi fare $115.00 USD (one way).
For your personal comfort
For both the workshops and general sessions, we suggest that you
bring a sweater or jacket to maximize your comfort. It is our experience that climate controls do not always conform to individual
preferences.
Special needs
We are committed to making the conference accessible to all individuals. If you have a disability, check the box on the registration
form. Please attach a description of any auxiliary aids or services
that may be needed (identified in the Americans with Disabilities
Act). Advance notification helps us better accommodate your requests. Return the form and description to our office no later than
November 2, 2008.
See also: http://www.mc.uky.edu/surgery/General/trauma.asp
Registration Fees
Registration Fees
Pre-Conference workshops November 19, 2008
General Sessions
November 20 & 21, 2008
Advanced Pediatric Life Support (APLS)
Cost to all attendee is $100. Class limited to 25 participants. Fee
includes breakfast, break, lunch, CME credit, book and syllabus.
Physicians
Both Thursday and Friday
Cost includes 2 breakfasts, 4 breaks, CME credit and syllabus.
$250 per person (By Oct. 19)
$300 per person (After Oct. 19)
One day only
Cost includes 1 breakfast, 2 breaks, CME credit and syllabus.
$175 per person (By Oct. 18)
$200 per person (After Oct. 19)
CEVO III
Coaching the Emergency Vehicle Operator
Cost to all attendees is $25. Cost includes breakfast, CME credit
and syllabus.
Nurses/Physician Assistants/Paramedics/EMTs/RTs
Both Thursday and Friday
Cost includes 2 breakfasts, 4 breaks, CEU credit and syllabus.
$125 per person (By Oct. 19)
$140 per person (After Oct. 19)
Thursday only
$80 per person (By Oct. 19)
$85 per person (After Oct. 19)
Cost includes 1 breakfast, 2 breaks, CME credit and syllabus.
Friday only
$70 per person (By Oct. 19)
$75 per person (After Oct. 19)
Cost includes 1 breakfast, 2 breaks, CME credit and syllabus.
Employees
UK HealthCare, Kentucky Children’s Hospital, University of Louisville Hospital or Kosair Children’s Hospital employees can subtract
$20 from the cost of general sessions. Same registration deadlines
apply.
Students/interns/residents
University of Kentucky or University of Louisville students/interns/
residents in the Colleges/Schools of Medicine and Nursing: $15
per person per day to cover costs of food and syllabus. Please complete and submit registration form.
Confirmation of registration/cancellation of registration
All registrants will be sent a confirmation if registration is received
prior to November 7, 2008. Registration fee is refundable if canceled by participant prior to November 7, 2008, minus a $25 cancellation fee. Registration fees are nonrefundable after November 7,
2008. Registration may be transferred to another participant. The
University of Kentucky Continuing Education Office and Trauma
Program Office reserve the right to cancel or make substitutions in
this activity. A full refund will be issued if circumstances warrant
cancellation.
Register online at http://www.mc.uky.edu/traumaservices
Registration Form
Registration Form
Check One:
__ M.D.__ Nurse/Nurse Practitioner__ EMT/Paramedic__RT
__Other__UK or U of L Resident/Intern/Student
Name: ______________________________________________
Mail with check/credit card information to:
University of Kentucky
Trauma Program Office
800 Rose St, H 213
Lexington, KY 40536
Street Adress:_________________________________________
Credit card information:
City: ____________________________________State: ______ Name on card: ________________________________________
Zip: ______________
Billing address: ________________________________________
Professional License #: ____________ State of Licensure: ______
Telephone: (
) _______________ Fax: (
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E-mail Address: _______________________________________
If disability accommodations are needed, please describe:
City:_____________________________State:_____________
Zip: _______________
Card type: __________________
Card Number: ______________________Expires _____/_____
____________________________________________________
Pre-conference workshops
APLS
___$100
CEVO III
___$25
General Sessions
Physicians
Thursday Nov. 20, 2008
__$175 (By Oct. 19) __$200 (After Oct.19)
Friday Nov. 21, 2008
__$175 (By Oct. 19) __$200 (After Oct. 19)
Both Days
__$250 (By Oct. 19) __$300 (After Oct. 19)
Nurses/Physician Assistants/Paramedics/EMTs/RTs
Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008
__$80 (By Oct. 19)
__$85 (After Oct. 19)
Friday, Nov. 21, 2008
__$70 (By Oct. 19)
__$75 (After Oct. 19)
Both Days
__$125 (By Oct. 19) __$140 (After Oct. 19)
$_____
$_____
You can also register online at:
http://www.mc.uky.edu/traumaservices
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$_____
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*Employee of:__UK/KCH __Norton Healthcare __U of L $(-20.00)
Students/residents/interns in the Colleges/Schools of
Medicine and Nursing
Thursday, Nov. 20, 2008
__$15
$_____
Friday, Nov. 21, 2008
__$15
$_____
TOTAL AMOUNT ENCLOSED
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See also: http://www.mc.uky.edu/surgery/General/trauma.asp
KENTUCKY STATEWIDE
TRAUMA & EMERGENCY MEDICINE SYMPOSIUM
November 19-21, 2008
Griffin Gate Marriott RESORT AND SPA
Lexington, KY
Jointly Sponsored by:
2008
NonProfit Org.
U. S. Postage
Paid
Permit No.51
Lexington, KY
Trauma Program Office
University of Kentucky
Chandler Medical Center
800 Rose Street
Lexington, KY 40536
Register online at http://www.mc.uky.edu/traumaservices