|UpcomingAdvanced Emergency Medicine Conference – Sarasota, FL|
|Dates:||Mon Nov 15, 2021 - Wed Nov 17, 2021|
|Location:||Lido Beach Resort Sarasota, Florida|
|Schedule:||Day 1-2 7:00am-3:00pm ET, |
Day 3 7:00am-12:30pm ET
If you work in a field where you take care of critically ill patients, or may be considering it and want to take your emergency medicine knowledge to the next level, our Advanced Emergency Medicine Conference is perfect for you. This curriculum doesn’t just teach you the academics of resuscitation, but is based on the speaker being an independent clinician working in a critical access hospital and caring for hundreds of critically ill patients. This program will teach the clinician who’s either experienced in critical access emerging medicine, or is new to the field to increase their confidence and competence. John Bielinski has taught advanced cardiac life support for years, as well as advanced cardiac life support for experienced providers and has over 22 years’ experience working in emergency medicine.
This activity has been reviewed by the AAPA Review Panel and is compliant with AAPA CME Criteria. This activity is designated for 20 AAPA Category 1 CME credits. PAs should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation. Approval is valid from 11/15/2021 to 11/15/2022. AAPA reference number: CME-202541.
Day 1 (7:00 – 3:00pm)
7:00am to 10:00am
Tachycardia: Utilize the ACLS guidelines to connect patient’s presentation to appropriate tachycardia. Implement guidelines directed at diagnosis of heart block and treatment per AHA/ACC.
Sepsis: Review and understand the issues regarding effective management of sepsis. Develop and implement appropriate evaluation and treatment plan for sepsis based on current SSC guidelines.
Hypotension: Detect early identification and treatment of the hypotensive patient. Identify the common and life-threatening causes of hypotension. Develop a clinical approach to the rapid identification of dangerous causes of hypotension. Differentiate the practical and evidence-based advantages and disadvantages of point-of-care tests.
10:15am – 12:15pm
Burnout in medicine: Integrate effective communication skills such as active listening, reframing and validation into daily interactions with patients to improve overall communication and the quality of care. Review current literature regarding burnout in medicine. Adopt strategies for successful patient experience surveys. Apply techniques for managing function symptoms in the office.
12:30pm – 3:00pm
Airway and Ventilation Emergencies: Implement the AARC Clinical Practice Guidelines for the clinical approach to airway emergencies. Recommend medication therapy for selected airway emergencies. Formulate an overall strategy for emergency airway situations. Differentiate oxygenation and ventilation emergencies. Explain the role for the methods of insertion for rescue ventilation devices. Apply the indications and techniques of emergency surgical airways.
Day 2 (7:00 – 3:00pm)
7:00am – 10:00am
Toxic Ingestions: Discuss the identification and management of the most dangerous types of toxic ingestions. Apply AFP guidelines for initiation of resuscitation, evaluation and treatment of a patient with toxic ingestions. Apply appropriate gastrointestinal decontamination in a variety of toxic ingestions.
Electrolyte Emergencies: Assess the degree of dehydration based on recent studies. Prescribe a clinical approach to electrolyte emergencies. Utilize oral rehydration and subcutaneous rehydration in appropriate patients.
10:15am – 11:45pm
Cardiac Arrest: Apply ACLS guidelines for running a code blue or near code. Describe the process for initiation a Code Blue Response. Identify ACLS medications that may be utilized during a code blue. Discuss recommended guidelines during and after a code blue. Discuss post resuscitation care.
12:00pm – 3:00pm
Lethal Arrhythmias: Identify and define the initial treatment of multiple lethal arrhythmias. Describe the pharmacology and defibrillation treatment options to these lethal arrhythmias. Determine the most appropriate therapy and monitoring for cardiac arrhythmias based on patient specific information and the most current guidelines. Utilize advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) guided therapies.
Pulseless Electrical Activity(PEA): Identify cardiopulmonary arrest as PEA. Summarize potential reversible causes of PEA. Discuss general indications, contraindication and dosage of relevant drugs. Differentiate the ACC/AHA etiologies and treatment of pulseless electrical activity.
Day 3 (7:00 – 12:30pm)
Utilizing audience response systems, structured case vignettes will be used to simulate case presentation. These cases will provide strategies for application of newly learned knowledge based on material presented over the last two days. The expected results are for the learners to comprehend, diagnosis and formulate plan of action for various of conditions presented using evidence-based medicine and current guidelines provided in previously lectures and to mitigate medical errors. Question and answer session will also address real life cases from participants and active engagement methodologies will be utilized in an effort to relate past experience and current knowledge with the material presented.
John Bielinski, MS PA-C (Learn More)
John Bielinski MS PA-C, earned a master’s degree in family and emergency medicine from A.T. Still University. Since beginning his career, John has remained committed to serving medical professionals and his community through direct care and education. John has held multiple teaching positions in the emergency department and other various medical settings. However, it was John’s experience overseeing a rural emergency department for fifteen years that really encouraged him to pursue his passion for education. John has since developed a widely acclaimed national lecture series. John leverages his field experiences, developing lectures that focus on emergency medicine and patient-centered care. John is passionate about improving the overall quality of medical care by delivering superior education and training to medical providers.
In Person – $749.00
In Person (*Early Bird) – $649.00
Virtual – $599.00
Virtual (*Early Bird) – $549.00
*Early Bird pricing valid through September 15th, 2021
Come join us for a unique and one of a kind conference experience! We are currently reserving a room block for attendees. We have negotiated significantly reduced rates for our guests! To arrange your stay, please use the below “Hotel Reservation Link.” The special room rate will be available until the group block is sold-out.
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Cancellation Policy: Although it is rarely necessary, CME4Life reserves the right to modify speakers and subject matter. CME4Life assumes no liability beyond the refund of the seminar registration fee. In the unlikely event that CME4Life postpones or cancels this conference due to circumstances beyond our control, you will be provided with a refund for the registration fee or you can opt to transfer to another of our live events.