PLEASE COMPLETE AND MAIL THIS FORM WITH YOUR CHECK TO: Hartford Hospital The 8th Annual Department of Traumatology & Emergency Medicine 80 Seymour Street CB 101 Connecticut Trauma Conference Hartford, CT 06102 MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: CONNECTICUT TRAUMA CONFERENCE, INC. Registration and Refund Policy Conﬁrmation of receipt of registration will not be provided. Cancellations and refund requests must be received in writing no later than March 15, 2006. A $50.00 handling fee will be deducted from all refunds. No refunds will be granted for requests received after March 15, 2006. Sponsored by the American College of Surgeons CT Committee on Trauma For further information contact: Ronald I. Gross, MD, FACS Hartford Hospital Looking Back to the Future 80 Seymour Street CB 101 With a Focus on the Ravaged Gulf Coast Hartford, CT 06102 Telephone: 860-545-4187 E-mail: email@example.com March 30 & 31, 2006 Looking Back to the Future With a Focus on the Ravaged Gulf Coast March 30 & 31, 2006 Foxwoods Conference Center Grand Pequot Tower Ledyard, Connecticut The 8th Annual Presorted Connecticut Trauma Conference First Class Mail U.S. Postage Hartford Hospital PAID Trauma Department Bridgeport, CT 80 Seymour Street Permit No. 260 Hartford, CT 06102 Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31, 2006 Looking Back to the Future With a Focus on the Ravaged Gulf Coast The 8th Annual Connecticut Trauma Conference Looking Back to the Future With a Focus on the Ravaged Gulf Coast March 30 & 31, 2006 Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31, 2006 Looking Back to the Future With a Focus on the Ravaged Gulf Coast Connecticut Trauma Conference Course Overview Course Objectives The goal of the Connecticut Trauma Conference is to provide a multidisciplinary 1. To review and discuss issues related to patient and provider approach to the discussion of complex issues and subjects that affect the care of the safety in the pre-hospital setting. 2. To review and discuss systems problems encountered in recent injured patient. A faculty of well recognized local and national experts in all aspects disaster management and discuss potential solutions. of trauma care will provide the audience with their own unique perspectives on 3. To review and discuss special needs of the pregnant, morbidly obese, issues dealing with disaster management, pre-hospital patient care, and pre-hospital or elderly trauma patient. provider safety. There will be a discussion of multisystem organ injuries, including 4. To review and discuss issues related to the care of the pediatric solid abdominal and orthopedic injuries, and pointed discussions related to the effects trauma patient. of the recent Gulf Coast hurricanes will be presented. Also discussed will be trauma 5. To become familiar with the “Second Trauma” concept, and deal with the trauma of loss. care in populations presenting with special needs. 6. To appreciate the historical importance of, and the future of the oldest continually operating hospital in the United States. Thursday, March 30, 2006 Friday, March 31, 2006 Moderator: Ronald Gross, MD Moderator: John Bonadies, MD 7 am – 7:50 am 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm 7 am – 7:50 am 12 noon – 1:30 pm Registration & Continental Breakfast Disaster Management: Registration & Continental Breakfast Lunch What We Haven’t Learned Keynote Speaker: Harry Teter 7:50 am – 8 am Moderator: Samir Fakhry, MD 7:50 am – 8 am “Trauma after Trauma Welcome Remarks and Introduction “The Connecticut Disaster Management System” – Welcome Remarks and Introduction – Coping With Life After Death” Lenworth Jacobs, MD 8 am – 10 am 8:00 am – 10:00 am 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm “Disaster Mode Hospital Care – When to Fold ‘Em” Issues in Pre-hospital Care Controversies in Solid Organ Injury Extremity Salvage Techniques – Norman McSwain, MD Moderator: Peter Jacoby, MD Moderator: Michael Ajemian, MD Moderator: Rolf Langeland, MD “Developing an Urban Health Care System – “Staying Alive in the Field” – Nadine Levick, MD “We Are Operating Too Often” – Samir Fakhry, MD “Fixing What’s Broke – Again” Overnight” – Kenneth Mattox, MD “Airway Management in the Field” “We Are Not Operating Enough” – Tom Bell, MD – Michael Baumgaertner, MD “New Orleans: Disaster Management with a – Ralph Miro, BS, REMT-P “Angiographic Management” “Spanning the Gap with Tissue Replacement” Broken System” – Lynn Piacentini, RN, CCRN, “Extrication and Care – Are They Compatible?” – Salvatore Sclafani, MD – Joseph Shin, MD EMT-P – Steve Haemmerle, RRT, EMT-P “When to Immunize – Too Early or Too Late” “Hyperbaric Oxygen & Limb Salvage” “Civilian Aeromedical Evacuation” 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm – Koﬁ Abbensetts, MD – George Perdrizet, MD – Kenneth Robinson, MD Break 10 am – 10:30 am 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm 10 am – 10:30 am 3:30 pm – 5 pm Break Interesting Cases Break Management Challenges in Special Populations Moderator: Timothy Hall, MD 10:30 am – 12 noon Moderator: John Schulz, MD Tom Bell, MD 10:30 am – 11:30 am Pediatric Trauma “Trauma in Pregnancy” – Kathleen LaVorgna, MD Joseph Kambe, MD Keynote Speaker: Norman McSwain, MD Moderator: Larry Moss, MD “Trauma & the Morbidly Obese” Manuel Lorenzo, MD “Charity Hospital – the Life (and Death?) “Pre-hospital Care” – Norman McSwain, MD – Robert Brautigam, MD Anthony Morgan, MD of an Icon” “Neurological Assessment in the Injured Child” “Trauma in the Geriatric Patient” – Richard Weiss, MD 11:30 am – 1:00 pm – Thomas Scalea, MD “Imaging in the Pediatric Patient” Lunch – Buffet – Salvatore Sclafani, MD 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm Luncheon Speaker: Nadine Levick, MD Reception “Ambulance Safety – Fact or Fiction?” Koﬁ Abbensetts, MD, FACS Ronald I. Gross, MD, FACS Kathleen LaVorgna, MD, FACS Lynn Piacentini, RN, CCRN, EMT-P Assistant Professor of Traumatology & Associate Director of Trauma Director of Trauma Hartford Hospital Emergency Medicine Hartford Hospital Norwalk Hospital EMS Education Hartford Hospital Assistant Professor of Traumatology, Norwalk, CT Hartford, CT Hartford, CT Surgery & Emergency Medicine Nadine Levick, MD, MPH Kenneth Robinson, MD, FACEP University of Connecticut School of Medicine Michael Ajemian, MD, FACS Director, Objective Safety LLC Medical Director, LIFE STAR Chair, American College of Surgeons Associate Director of Trauma New York, NY Hartford Hospital Connecticut Committee on Trauma St. Mary’s Hospital Hartford, CT Hartford, CT Manuel Lorenzo, MD, FACS Waterbury, CT Surgical Critical Care Thomas M. Scalea, MD, FACS Timothy S. Hall, MD, FACS Michael Baumgaertner, MD, FACS Hartford Hospital Director, MIEMSS Chair, Department of Surgery Yale New Haven Hospital Hartford, CT R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center Stamford Hospital Department of Orthopedics Baltimore, MD Bennett Medical Center Kenneth Mattox, MD, FACS Yale-New Haven Stamford, CT Professor of Surgery John T. Schulz, III, MD, FACS New Haven, CT Baylor College of Medicine Director of Trauma Steve Haemmerle, RRT, EMT-P Tom Bell, MD, FACS Smith Tower Bridgeport Hospital LIFE STAR Director, Trauma & Surgical Critical Care Houston, TX Bridgeport, CT Hartford Hospital William Backus Hospital Hartford, CT Norman McSwain, MD, FACS Salvator J.A. Sclafani, MD Vice-Chair, American College of Surgeons Professor of Surgery Professor and Chairman of Radiology CT Committee on Trauma Lenworth M. Jacobs, MD, MPH, FACS Tulane University Professor of Surgery and Emergency Medicine Norwich, CT Professor of Surgery Charity Hospital SUNY Downstate College of Medicine Chairman, Department of Traumatology & John Bonadies, MD, FACS New Orleans, LA Chief of Radiology and Emergency Medicine Director of Trauma President of the Medical Board University of Connecticut School of Medicine Ralph A. Miro, BS, REMT-P Hospital of St. Raphael Kings County Hospital Center Director, EMS/Trauma Program/LIFE STAR EMS Coordinator Vice-Chair, American College of Surgeons Brooklyn, NY Hartford Hospital Waterbury Hospital CT Committee on Trauma Hartford, CT Waterbury, CT Joseph Shin, MD, FACS New Haven, CT Yale University School of Medicine Peter Jacoby, MD, FACEP Anthony Morgan, MD, FACS Robert T. Brautigam, MD, FACS Department of Plastic Surgery Director, Emergency Medicine Chief of Surgery Assistant Professor of Surgery New Haven, CT St. Mary’s Hospital St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center University of Connecticut School of Medicine Waterbury, CT Hartford, CT Harry Teter Director, Medical Education Trauma Program Executive Director Associate Director Joseph Kambe, MD, FACS Lawrence Moss, MD, FACS American Trauma Society Surgical Intensive Care Unit New Britain General Hospital Yale University School of Medicine Upper Marlboro, MD Hartford Hospital Department of Surgery Department of Pediatric Surgery Hartford, CT New Britain, CT New Haven, CT Richard Weiss, MD, FACS Director of Trauma Samir Fakhry, MD, FACS Rolf Langeland, MD, FACS George Perdrizet, MD, FACS Connecticut Children’s Medical Center Department of Surgery Orthopaedic Specialty Group Medical Director Hartford, CT INOVA Fairfax Hospital Fairﬁeld, CT Center for Wound Healing and Falls Church, VA Hyperbaric Medicine Hartford Hospital Hartford, CT Continuing Education Credit Hotel Accommodations Physicians A block of rooms has been reserved for the program at the Grand Pequot Tower at Foxwoods. The room rate is $150.00 per The Hartford Hospital is accredited by the Connecticut State Medical Society to sponsor night. For reservations please call Foxwoods at 1-800-FOXWOOD (800-369-9663), and provide the reservations agent with continuing medical education for physicians, and designates this CME activity for up to the group code F21717 and reference the Connecticut Trauma Conference. Reservations may also be made on-line by going to www.foxwoods.com. Select reservations, and provide the information given above. Reservations must be made 16.5 credit hours in Category I of the Physicians Recognition Award of the American Medical prior to March 15, 2006 to secure the group rate. Association. Each physician should claim only those hours of credit that he/she actually spent in the educational activity. The Connecticut State Committee on Trauma would Additional support was received from: Nurses like to thank: Acute Care Surgical The Hartford Hospital Nursing Education and Research Department has been approved as a William W. Backus Hospital Aspen Medical Products provider of Nursing Continuing Education by the Connecticut Nursing Association, which is B-K Medical Ethicon Endo-Surgical Connecticut Children’s Medical Center LifeCell accredited as an approver of Nursing Continuing Education by the Commission on Accreditation Jerome Medical of the American Nurses Credentialing Center. CH approval is pending. Hartford Hospital Johnson & Johnson Wound Management EMS-I Norwalk Hospital KCI St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center LifeChoice Donor Services This program has been approved by the Connecticut Department of Public Health, Ofﬁce of LIFE STAR Emergency Medical Services for up to 16 continuing education units for EMS-I's who complete St. Mary’s Hospital & Medical Center Novo Nordisk this program. St. Vincent’s Hospital Ortho-McNeil Yale-New Haven Hospital PCC Technology Group for their generous educational grants in support of Smiths Medical SonoSite this conference. Looking Back to the Future With a Focus on the Ravaged Gulf Coast Registration Form please print or type Name Title (for CME purposes) Address City State Zip Phone please register me for Thursday & Friday Thursday Only Friday Only payment enclosed for practicing physician $400 for both days $250 for one day payment enclosed for resident physician, nurse, PA, EMT, paramedic or other professional $250 for both days $175 for one day MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: CONNECTICUT TRAUMA CONFERENCE, INC.
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