Academic Schedule

***Subject to Change***

Day 1 (2MAR2019)    
0800-0850 Top Practice Changing Articles for Military Physicians LtCol Christopher Pitotti, MD
0850-0900 New Speakers Forum: Peak Performance in Trauma Resuscitation Capt Matthew Gangadine, MD
0900-1000 General Payne Maj Gen Lee Payne, MD
1000-1030 Break/Vendors  
1030-1100 Traumatic Brain Injury Maj Rod Fontenette, MD
1100-1130 Ultrasound Applications in the Austere Setting Maj Andrea Kaelin, MD
1130-1300 Consultants/Specialty Leader Luncheon  
1300-1330 Decompression Illness in Sub-atmospheric Environments LCDR Leisa Deutsch, MD
1330-1340 New Speakers Forum: The Thunderclap Headache: Diagnostic Evaluation in the Emergency Department  CPT Drew Long, MD
1340-1430 Ebola update COL James Czarnik, MD
1430-1500 Opioid Reporting: Bridging the Gap Between DoD and Civilian Practices MAJ Laura Tilley, MD
1500-1530 Break, Visit the Vendors  
1530-1610 The Crashing Asthmatic Dr. William Goldenberg, MD
1610-1700 CBRN: New Clinical Practice Guidelines and Evolving Countermeasures COL Melissa Givens, MD, FACEP
1700-1750 Korean war lessons COL Bret Ackermann, MD
     
     
Day 2 (03MAR2019)    
0800-1200 Point of Care Ultrasound Course  
     
0800-0900 Reflections on Leadership COL Robert Mabry, MD
0900-0930 Is It the End of Cardiac Arrest As We Know It? MAJ Anthony Hackett, MD
0930-1000 Geriatrics: Coming to an ED Near You LTC Gerald Maloney, MD
1000-1030 Break, Visit the Vendors  
1030-1115

Scars Too Deep: PTSD In Your ER

LtCol Torree McGowan, MD, FACEP

1115-1200 The Army Medical Department Military-Civilian Trauma Team Training (AMCT3) Experience CPT Simon Sarkisian, MD
1200-1300 Making Your ED the Best (Panel) Col (ret) Linda Lawrence, MD, Chair
1300-1350 NATO/Future Directions in the Military COL James Czarnik, MD
1350-1400

New Speakers Forum: Motivational Leadership

Capt Anna Waller, MD

1400-1450 Is This Ventricular Tachycardia? Or something else... Capt Lloyd Tannenbaum, MD
1500-1550 Break, Visit Vendors, SimWars Championship  
1550-1600 New Speakers Forum: Where Are My Toes? CPT Joel Fahling, MD
1600-1630 Debriefing Best Practices LCDR Andrea Austin, MD
1630-1700 PE Should I stay or should I go LtCol Cynthia Shen, MD
     
     
  Day 3 (04MAR2019)  
0800-0900 High Risk Cases in EM Dr. Kevin Klauer, DO, EJD
0900-0930 Peds Sedation Capt Jonathan Henderson, MD
0930-1030 Innovations in Emergency Medicine Col (ret) Linda Lawrence, MD
1030-1100 Prehospital Medicine for the Military Physician, What it Really Means MAJ John Knight, MD
1100-1200 Sports Medicine Highlights COL Melissa Givens, MD, FACEP
1200-1300 LLSA update COL (ret) John McManus, MD

 

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of the American College of Emergency Physicians and Government Services Chapter ACEP. The American College of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this live activity for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for 20 hours of ACEP Category I credit.