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2015 Health Coalition Emergency Management Workshop

posted Mar 18, 2015, 7:42 AM by Andrew Steel
2015 Health Coalition Emergency Management Workshop: Trauma REACH
Trauma Management for Rural EMS and Community Hospitals


DATE:
May 5, 2015 (8:30am - 5:30pm)
LOCATION:
Finger Lakes Gaming and Racetrack’s Meeting and Conference Center, Farmington, NY
REGISTRATION FEE:
$45.00 (includes access to all sessions, certificates, continental breakfast, lunch & breaks)
REGISTER BY:
April 20, 2015


OVERVIEW:
The overarching goal of the annual Health Emergency Management Workshop is to better prepare hospital and non-hospital response partners in planning, mitigating, responding to and recovering from natural and man-made disasters that impact the delivery of health care in a community or impact the environment of care for responders. The focus of the 2015 Workshop is Trauma Management for Rural EMS And Community Hospitals (T-REACH). The goal of the workshop is to enhance knowledge in the management of multi-injured patients and to understand the importance of working as a team of professionals in caring for patients with life-threatening traumatic injuries in the rural EMS setting and community hospitals. Relevant information and stimulated discussions will focus on best practices in the management of trauma/disaster patients.

WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES:
At this workshop you will:
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the New York State trauma system and the American College of Surgeons - Committee on Trauma (ACS-COT's) verification process for NYS
  • Define the "golden period" in trauma care and how transport measures (helicopter and ground transport) are an integral part of the regional trauma system
  • Recognize priorities and protocol shifts in the initial assessment, transport and management of suspected spinal injuries
  • Distinguish characteristics of the pediatric trauma patient
  • Understand preparation needed to respond to Amish or Mennonite scenes and how to interact with "Old Order" communities
  • Appreciate the impact of a natural disaster on the healthcare community through the sharing of best practices and lessons learned from Snowvember 2014
  • Identify regional trauma center resources for continued outreach opportunities

Presented by:
Erie County Medical Center – Western New York Regional Trauma Center
University of Rochester Medical Center – Kessler Trauma Center
Upstate University Hospital – Central New York Regional Trauma Center

Sponsored by:

University of Rochester Medical Center - Finger Lakes Regional Training Center
New York State Department of Health – Western Region Health Emergency Preparedness Coalition & Central New York Health Emergency Preparedness Coalition

In Partnership With:

New York State Committee on Trauma

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Andrew Steel,
Mar 18, 2015, 7:42 AM
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