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                                2010 Armed Forces Operational Medical Symposium (AFOMS) IDC/IDMT Conference at Charleston

                                                                    Friday, May 14, 2010
                                                 LOCATION
                                     Intended                        SPEAKER/
TIME              TOPIC                             (Max                                         TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                     Audience?                      PRESENTER
                                                 participants)
                                    Planners/
0700--- Sign-in registrants                       MTG 1 (15)                           Registration of attendees, speakers, vendors; Banquet tickets
                                    Volunteers
                                                                                   Attendee will be able to: Present TCCC course material to students per
         Tactical Combat Casualty                                                  established curriculum. 1) Stand up a TCCC course, 2) Conduct TCCC training
0800-     Care (TCCC) Train the                                                    IAW BUMED INST 1510.23B, 3) Develop a personalize training guide for
                                     ALL           RM 6 (30)     HMC Michael Roach
1600     Trainer Certification Class                                               TCCC delivery, 4) Identify ORM for TCCC at individual commands, 5)
                (day 1 of 3)                                                       Conduct appropriate testing, final exercise evaluation and post course critiques
                                                                                   management.
                                                                 Ms. Sandra Halliman   Attendee will be able to: Apply Principles of Basic & Advanced Life Support
                                                                  (AF), Mr. Michael    Surveys according to protocols, 1) Discuss the science behind ECC/AHA ACLS
                                                                  Jacobbe (VA), Maj    guidelines, 2) Describe the BLS primary survey and ACLS secondary survey and
         Initial Advanced Cardiac
0800-                                                               Nicholas Mexas     critical interventions, 3) Demonstrate advanced airway management techniques,
        Life Support (ACLS) Class ALL              RM 7 (30)
1600                                                               (AF), Ms. Brenda    4) Identify roles of the resuscitation team leader and team members, 5) Use
                 (day 1 of 2)
                                                                   Flannigan-Tyson     correct ACLS algorithm and treatment based on presenting rhythms/symptoms,
                                                                 (VA), LT Thompson     6) Perform confidently as a team leader/team member during a mock megacode,
                                                                        (Navy)         7) Demonstrate knowledge of theory underlying AHA ACLS with written exam

                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe proper Food Sanitation hazard mitigation
                                                                                       methods to safeguard personnel. 1) The hazards of food borne illness (FBI), 2)
0800-
              Food Sanitation       ALL            RM 8 (25)      HMC Rich Jenne       State the five CDC FBI risk factors, 3) Identify potentially hazardous food
1600
                                                                                       (PHF), 4) State three food safety hazards, 5) Define a food borne illness and
                                                                                       outbreak.
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Implement Navy Health Promotion program utilizing
                                                                                       established Health and Wellness protocols. 1) Conduct a command assessment,
        Health and Wellness Basic                                                      2) Use the results of command assessment to develop a Health Promotion
0800-
        Certification Course, Level ALL            RM 9 (25)      Ms. Sally Vickers    Program, 3) Develop an evaluation plan to determine the extent of reaching
1600
                     II                                                                program objectives, 4) list at least 5 resources available to support local Navy
                                                                                       command Health Promotion Programs. **Prerequisite: online Level I training
                                                                                       on NKO (~8 hours)**

                                                                   Saturday, May 15, 2010
                                                 LOCATION
                                     Intended                        SPEAKER/
TIME              TOPIC                             (Max                                         TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                     Audience?                      PRESENTER
                                                 participants)
                                    Planners/
0700--- Sign-in registrants                       MTG 1 (15)
                                    Volunteers
         TCCC Train the Trainer
0800-
        Certification Course (day 2 ALL            RM 6 (30)     HMC Michael Roach
1600
                    of 3)
         Initial Advanced Cardiac
0800-
         Life Support (ACLS) (day ALL              RM 7 (25)
1600
                   2 of 2)
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Implement Navy Pest Control program utilizing
                                                                                       established protocols. 1) Define the term vector, 2) list the directives and
                                                                                       policies pest control afloat, 3) State the responsibilities of the medical
                                                                                       department, 4) State the location and responsibilities of Navy medical
0800-                                                                                  entomologist, 5) Describe the training and additional personnel requirements for
                Pest Control        ALL            RM 8 (25)      HMC Rich Jenne
1600                                                                                   shipboard pest control, 6) Describe pesticides and their application, 7) State
                                                                                       pesticide hazards and use, 8) Describe the precaution in handling pesticides, 10)
                                                                                       State the first aid and emergency treatment for pesticides exposure, 11) Describe
                                                                                       the characteristics, relations to man and prevention methods, 12) State the
                                                                                       requirements of insect control on submarines.
0800-       Tobacco Facilitator                                                        Attendee will be able to: Facilitate the Navy Tobacco Cessation training utilizing
                                    ALL            RM 9 (25)      Ms. Sally Vickers
1600            Training                                                               established protocols.

                                                                    Sunday, May 16, 2010

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                               2010 Armed Forces Operational Medical Symposium (AFOMS) IDC/IDMT Conference at Charleston
                                                 LOCATION
                                      Intended                      SPEAKER/
TIME              TOPIC                             (Max                                 TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                     Audience?                    PRESENTER
                                                 participants)
         TCCC Train the Trainer
0800-
        Certification Course (day 3 ALL           RM 6 (30)
1200
                    of 3)




                                   Planners/
1100    Post CQ                                 MTG 1 (15)
                                   Volunteers




1200-                              Planners/
        On Site Registration                    MTG 1 (15)
1600                               Volunteers
1800-     Icebreaker Social with
                                   ALL          C1, C2 (200)                Casual dress, stand up and limited seating
2100              raffle




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                               2010 Armed Forces Operational Medical Symposium (AFOMS) IDC/IDMT Conference at Charleston

                                                                   Monday, May 17, 2010
                                                 LOCATION
                                    Intended                        SPEAKER/
TIME             TOPIC                              (Max                                  TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                    Audience?                      PRESENTER
                                                 participants)
0700-                              Planners/
        On Site Registration                     MTG 1 (15)
1600                               Volunteers
0700-                              Planners/
        CQ / speaker prep                        MTG 2 (15)
1600                               Volunteers
        Opening Ceremonies
                                                                 CMSgt Lewis Sutton,
        - Masters of Ceremony
                                                                 HMCM Keith Boyce
        - Chaplain                                               LT Michael Peyton
        - Color Guard                                              AF Color Guard
                                                                     HMCS (Ret)
        - National Anthem
                                                                   Timothy Macon
                                                                     Rear Admiral
                                                                  (RADM) Thomas
                                                                    Cullison (O8)
            - Navy GO Speaker                                    (Navy/Deputy SG)
                                                                 Force Master Chief
                                                                   (FORCM) Laura
                                                                       Martinez
0800-
                                   ALL            AB (500)       CMSgt Charles Cole
1100
             - AF GO Speaker                                      (Chief Medical
                                                                   Enlisted Force
                                                                      CMEF)
                                                                   Maj Gen (Ret)
                                                                   Mastin Robeson
                                                                  (Commander, US
           - Key Note Speaker
                                                                 Marine Corps Forces
                                                                 Special Operations
                                                                     MARSOC)
        IDMT of the Year Awards                                   IDMTA Founder
        (Association award                                       CMSgt (Ret) Robert
        presentation)                                                 Loftus
                                                                   IDCA Founder
        IDC of the Year Award                                     HMCM (Ret) Jun
                                                                     Magpayo
1100-
1300
                                                                 CMSgt Joseph Potts
1300-                                            RM 12 & 13
        USAF Brief                 USAF                          (AMS Career Field
1600                                               (100)
                                                                 Manager 4N0 CFM)
1300-
        FORCM Brief                USN            AB (500)        HMCM Martinez
1400
1400-
        USFFC/PACFLEET             USN            AB (500)
1500
                                                               TYCOM/Schoolhous
        SFIDC Breakout             USN             A (250)
                                                                     e
                                                               TYCOM/Schoolhous
        Submarine IDC Breakout     USN          RM 8 & 9 (250)
1500-                                                                e
1700    NECC/Diver/SEAL/Seabee                   RM 10 & 11
                               USN                                  Pulli
        s Breakout                                   (50)
                                                 RM 12 & 13
        FMF/Recon IDC Breakout USN
                                                     (50)




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                                2010 Armed Forces Operational Medical Symposium (AFOMS) IDC/IDMT Conference at Charleston

                                                                    Tuesday, May 18, 2010
                                                  LOCATION
                                     Intended                        SPEAKER/
TIME              TOPIC                              (Max                                        TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                     Audience?                      PRESENTER
                                                  participants)
0700-                             Planners/
        On Site Registration                      MTG 1 (15)
1600                              Volunteers
0700-                             Planners/
        CQ / speaker prep                         MTG 2 (15)
1600                              Volunteers
0800-   Navy Senior Leader Break- Navy Senior
                                                   RM 8 (30)
1600    out                       Leaders
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Implement the appropriate methods for personal
                                                                                       protection against Vectors and Vector-borne Diseases in the operational setting.
        Personal Protection against
0800-                                                                                  1) Some Basic Rules, 2) Vaccinations & Chemoprophylaxis, 3) Avoidance, 4)
        Vectors/Vector-borne        ALL          C1, 2, 3 (500)    Col James Swaby
0900                                                                                   Barriers, 5) Repellents, 6) Personal use insecticides, 7) uniform treatment, 8)
        Diseases
                                                                                       Safety, 9) The DoD Repellent System, 10) Supply information, 11) Things NOT
                                                                                       to do, 12) Education.
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Determine correct actions required when treating
                                                                                       personnel on the Personal Reliability Program in the operational setting. 1)
0900-   Personnel Reliability                                                          Describe the policy/procedures of the Personal Reliability Program, 2) Identify
                                    ALL          C1, 2, 3 (500)    LT Edwin Manley
1000    Program (PRP)                                                                  conditions that are potentially disqualifying (PDI), 3) Identify corrective avenues
                                                                                       for evaluating, treating, wavering or disqualifying service members for
                                                                                       operational duty.
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe appropriate airway management interventions
                                                                                       for personnel in the operational setting. 1) Describe airway A&P, 2) Describe
1000-                                                                Capt William
        Airway Mgmt didactic        ALL          C1, 2, 3 (500)                        proper airway assessment, 3) Identify need for and proper procedure for airway
1100                                                                   Cabaniss
                                                                                       interventions, a) endotracheal intubation, b) Cricothyroidotomy, c) Needle
                                                                                       Thoracentesis, d) Foreign body removal
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe appropriate examination and treatment of
                                                                                       shoulder and knee injuries presenting in the operational setting. 1) Describe
1100-                                                                                  basic anatomy of the shoulder, 2) Describe examination of the shoulder and tests
        Ortho didactic              ALL          C1, 2, 3 (500)    CAPT Scott Flinn
1200                                                                                   for specific shoulder conditions, 3) Describe examination of the knee for 11
                                                                                       possible injuries/disorders, 4) Discuss difference between intraarticular and
                                                                                       extraarticular injury based on physical exam
1200-
                                                                                 LUNCH
1300
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Demonstrate appropriate shoulder and knee
1300-
        Ortho (Hands-on)            ALL             C1 (125)       CAPT Scott Flinn    examinations. 1) Appropriately demonstrate shoulder examinations, 2)
1400
                                                                                       Appropriately demonstrate knee examinations
                                                                                   Attendee will be able to: Describe common gynecological concerns women face
                                                                                   in the operational setting. 1) Identify common gynecological concerns women
                                                                                   face in the field and while deployed to include: Vaginal Infections, Birth control
1300-
        Women's Health              ALL             C2 (125)      LCDR Dawn Galvez side effects, Abnormal vaginal bleeding, Sexually transmitted infections, 2)
1400
                                                                                   Interpret subjective complaints and objective data, 3) Identify key signs and
                                                                                   symptoms, gynecological issues, illness or injury, 4) Assess and formulate an
                                                                                   appropriate treatment plan that will help direct Gynecological care in the field.
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe assessment and treatment protocols for
                                                                                       patients presenting with Sleep Disorders in the operational setting. 1) Describe
1300-                                                               CDR Fernando       basic sleep physiology, 2) Identify common sleeping disorders in operational
        Sleep Disorders             ALL             C3 (125)
1400                                                                   Leyva           setting, 3) Identify key signs/symptoms of sleep disorders, 4) Describe
                                                                                       appropriate evaluation, differential diagnoses, and treatment plans for sleeping
                                                                                       disorders
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe appropriate assessment and treatment
                                                                                       procedures for emergency Military Working Dogs (MWD) presentations in the
                                                                                       operational setting. 1) Describe the physical exam of a MWD, 2) Discuss
1300-                                                                                  differences of the WMD patient and human, 3) Describe Basic Cardiac Life
        Veterinary Medicine         ALL          RM 6 & 7 (125)     SPC Depa Mead
1400                                                                                   Support for MWDs, 4) Describe the procedure for IV catheterization of the
                                                                                       MWD, 5) Describe the signs/symptoms and treatment of Gastric Dilation-
                                                                                       Volvulus (Bloat) in the MWD, 6) Discuss burn assessment and treatment of the
                                                                                       MWD.


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                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Demonstrate appropriate procedure and technique for
1400-                                                                Capt William
        Airway Mgmt (Hands-on)       ALL            C1 (125)                           airway management interventions. 1) endotracheal intubation, 2)
1500                                                                   Cabaniss
                                                                                       Cricothyroidotomy, 3) Needle Thoracentesis, 4) Foreign body removal

                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe basic radiological interpretation for patients
                                                                                       seen in the operational setting. 1) Describe the approach and basic guidelines
1400-
        Radiology                    ALL            C2 (125)       LT Joshua Nassiri   for reading images and for understanding quick image interpretation, 2) Describe
1500
                                                                                       indications and use of different imaging modalities, 3) Describe the indications
                                                                                       and non-indications for common image types.
                                                                                  Attendee will be able to: Identify the top causes of mortality in Children less
                                                                                  than 5 years in the developing world. 1) Discuss framework for the initial basic
                                                                                  approach to a child in the developing world using an evidence based approach
1400-   Pediatric Mortality in
                                     ALL           C3 (125)     CDR David Shapiro (World Health Organization), 2) Identify and treat Pneumonia in the pediatric
1500    Developing World                                                          patient in the developing world in a minimalist environment using evidence
                                                                                  based guidelines, 3) Identify and treat Pneumonia in the patient older than 5 in
                                                                                  the developing world in a minimalist environment using evidence based
                                                                                  guidelines.
                                                                                  Attendee will be able to: Describe acute management of trauma injuries in the
                                                                                  operational setting. 1) Define important orthopedic aspects of the secondary
                                                                                  survey, 2) Describe the differences in approach between blunt and
1400-                                                             LCDR Dave
        Trauma Management            ALL         RM 6 & 7 (125)                   penetrating spinal injury, 3) Describe the differences between hemorrhagic,
1500                                                                Dromsky
                                                                                  neurogenic, and spinal shock, 4) Identify life threatening pelvic injuries, 5)
                                                                                  Describe the acute management of severe pelvic injuries, 6) Describe the acute
                                                                                  management of open fractures
1500-
        Ortho (Hands-on)             ALL            C1 (125)
1600
1500-
        Women's Health               ALL            C2 (125)
1600
1500-
        Sleep disorders              ALL            C3 (125)
1600
1500-
        Trauma Management            ALL         RM 6 & 7 (125)
1600
1600-
        Airway Mgmt (Hands-on)       ALL            C1 (125)
1700
1600-
        Radiology                    ALL            C2 (125)
1700
1600-   Pediatric Mortality in
                                     ALL            C3 (125)
1700    Developing World
1600-
        Veterinary Medicine          ALL         RM 6 & 7 (125)
1700
1800-   IDMT Program                               Dinner/get
                                     IDMTs                                             IDMTA member's suggested on website forums
1900    Coordinator's meeting                      together?




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                               2010 Armed Forces Operational Medical Symposium (AFOMS) IDC/IDMT Conference at Charleston

                                                                  Wednesday, May 19, 2010
                                                 LOCATION
                                    Intended                        SPEAKER/
TIME             TOPIC                              (Max                                         TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                    Audience?                      PRESENTER
                                                 participants)
0700-                             Planners/
        On Site Registration                     MTG 1 (15)
1600                              Volunteers
0700-                             Planners/
        CQ / speaker prep                        MTG 2 (15)
1600                              Volunteers
0800-   Navy Senior Leader Break- Navy Senior
                                                  RM 8 (30)
1600    out                       Leaders
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Identify appropriate treatment for patients presenting
                                                                                       with dental complaints in the operational setting. 1) Describe the steps to
0800-                                                               LT Benjamin        accurately Assess and Diagnose the Dental Patient, 2) Describe the Formulation
        Dental                     ALL          C1, 2, 3 (500)
0900                                                                  Crowley          of Emergent Treatment Plans, 3) Describe process/procedure for
                                                                                       Handling/Placing Dental Materials, 4) Identify proper Medications for Dental
                                                                                       Emergencies
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Delineate between cancerous and pre-cancerous lesions
0900-                                                              CDR Fernando        and proper treatment plans for patients in the operational setting. 1) Evaluate
        Dermatology                ALL          C1, 2, 3 (500)
1000                                                                  Leyva            and recognize cancerous vs. pre-cancerous lesions, 2) Formulate mgmt and
                                                                                       treatment plans.
1000-
        Vendor Break                              B & Foyer
1100
                                                                                    Attendee will be able to: describe common causes/treatments of chest pain of
                                                                                    AD population in the operational setting. 1) Describe causes of chest pain, 2)
                                                                                    discuss features suggesting particular causes, 3) describe ways to determine if
1100-
        Cardiology                 ALL          C1, 2, 3 (500)   Col Chris Thompson cardiac disease is likely, 4) describe initial evaluation of chest pain, 5) discuss
1200
                                                                                    EKGs and labs, 6) Discuss stress testing, 7) identify request transfer for invasive
                                                                                    evaluation, 8), describe treatment and medication for coronary ischemia,
                                                                                    pericarditis, and arrhythmias
1200-
                                                                                LUNCH
1300
                                                                                   Attendee will be able to: Discuss the purpose of physical therapy in the
                                                                                   operational setting. 1) Understand the purpose of Physical Therapy in an
                                                                 Maj Guy Majkowski
1300-   Physical Therapy                                                           operational setting, 2) Identify two primary sources of pain, 3) Identify the three
                                   ALL             C1 (125)        (with Maj Lee
1400    (didactic/Hands-on)                                                        stages of healing, 4) Identify the proper mgmt strategies for each stage of
                                                                      Warlick)
                                                                                   healing, 5) Identify four reasons patients fail to respond to therapy, 6)
                                                                                   Demonstrate the proper techniques for common exercises
                                                                                   Attendee will be able to: Determine appropriate differential diagnoses and
                                                                                   treatment plans for patients with gastrointestinal complaints in the operational
1300-   Gastrointestinal                                           CAPT Clifton
                                   ALL             C2 (125)                        setting. 1) Describe the distinction between complaints and diagnoses, 2)
1400    Complaints                                                   Woodford
                                                                                   Describe the significance and important causes of: Nausea, Constipation,
                                                                                   Dyspepsia, and Fecal incontinence
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe assessment and treatment protocols for
                                                                                       patients presenting with ENT issues in the operational setting. 1) Describe basic
1300-                                                                                  focused ENT exam, 2) Identify the presenting symptoms of acute otitis externa
        Ear, Nose, Throat          ALL             C3 (125)         LT Phil Hagan
1400                                                                                   and media, 3) Identify assessment and treatment protocols for acute pharyngitis
                                                                                       and tonsillitis, 4) Identify assessment and treatment protocols a peritonsillar
                                                                                       abscess, 5) Identity acute barotrauma of the tympanic membrane

                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Describe appropriate assessments and treatment plans
        Managing Ophthalmic
1300-                                                                                  for patients with ophthalmic disorders/injuries. 1) Discuss etiology of
        Conditions on the Front    ALL          RM 6 & 7 (125) Dr. Elizabeth Sharpe
1400                                                                                   ophthalmic disorders or injuries, 2) Describe characteristics, current treatment,
        Line
                                                                                       complications, and disposition for common complaints in an operational setting

1400-
        Vendor Break                              B & Foyer
1500
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Determine appropriate methods for war wound
                                                                                       management in the operational setting. 1) Identify appropriate methods for
1500-   War Wounds and                                            HM1 Frank Piper
                                   ALL             C1 (125)                            wound assessment, and closure, 2) Identify indications for use and
1600    Infections                                                  (NSOMI)
                                                                                       administration of local anesthesia, 3) Formulate treatment plans for irrigation,
                                                                                       debridement, and infection control.

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                                                                                     Attendee will be able to: describe the appropriate care for patients with
                                                                                     neurologic conditions in the operational setting. 1) general evaluation and
                                                                                     treatment of a patient with headache, as well as the specific characteristics of the
                                                                                     following headache syndromes: Tension-type headache, Migraine headache,
                                                                                     Cluster headache, Post-traumatic headache, Cough headache, Medication
1500-                                                                                overuse headache, 2) general evaluation and treatment of a patient with
        Neurological Disorders    ALL             C2 (125)       LT Joshua Nassiri
1600                                                                                 traumatic neurologic injury, as well as the specific characteristics of the
                                                                                     following trauma syndromes: Traumatic Head Injury, Concussion, Cranial
                                                                                     Trauma, Epidural Hemorrhage, Subdural Hemorrhage Subarachnoid
                                                                                     Hemorrhage, Coma, Traumatic Spinal Injury, 3) general evaluation and
                                                                                     treatment of a patient with CNS infection, as well as the specific characteristics
                                                                                     of the following infectious syndromes: Meningitis, Encephalitis, Bell’s Palsy.

                                                                                   Attendee will be able to: Describe appropriate recommendations for site
                                                                                   selection requirements for placement and construction of facilities within a
                                                                                   deployed setting. 1) Discuss site selection requirements for facility placement,
1500-
        Field Sanitation          ALL             C3 (125)      MSgt Kelly LaCross construction, and sustainment, 2) Identify procedure for monitoring water and
1600
                                                                                   food sources, 3) Describe requirements for patient decontamination sites, 4)
                                                                                   Describe site requirements for waste and refuse, 5) Identify approved source
                                                                                   directories, 6) Discuss dangerous fauna control in deployed settings.
                                                                                     Attendee will be able to: State specific history questions, physical exam, and
1500-                                                                                treatments for multiple urological disorders in the operational setting. 1)
        Operational Urology       ALL          RM 6 & 7 (125)   LT Bremen Schultz
1600                                                                                 Identify, diagnose, treat, and manage common urological disorders in an
                                                                                     operational setting
1600-   Physical Therapy
                                  ALL             C1 (125)
1700    (didactic/Hands-on)
1600-   Gastrointestinal
                                  ALL             C2 (125)
1700    Complaints
1600-
        Ear, Nose, Throat         ALL             C3 (125)
1700
        Managing Ophthalmic
1600-
        Conditions on the Front   ALL          RM 6 & 7 (125)
1700
        Line
1700-   IDMTA/IDCA Website        ALL
                                                     ?                               ?
1800    forum                     interested




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                                2010 Armed Forces Operational Medical Symposium (AFOMS) IDC/IDMT Conference at Charleston

                                                                    Thursday, May 20, 2010
                                                  LOCATION
                                     Intended                         SPEAKER/
TIME               TOPIC                             (Max                                         TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                     Audience?                       PRESENTER
                                                  participants)
0700-                             Planners/
        On Site Registration                      MTG 1 (15)
1600                              Volunteers
0700-                             Planners/
        CQ / speaker prep                         MTG 2 (15)
1600                              Volunteers
0800-   Navy Senior Leader Break- Navy Senior
                                                   RM 8 (30)
1600    out                       Leaders
                                                                                      Attendee will be able to: Describe current DOD Immunization procedures for
                                                                                      patients in an operational setting. 1) Discuss major immunization issues within
                                                                                      Operational Forces and methods to address these issues, 2) Describe current
0800-                                                              Mr. Patrick Powers
        DoD Immunizations           ALL           C1, 2, 3 (500)                      status concerning influenza and the projected policies and process for the 2010-
0900                                                                  (MILVAX)
                                                                                      2011 Influenza season, 3) Interpret current immunization
                                                                                      guidelines/administrative updates, 4) Discuss an overview of MILVAX mission
                                                                                      and scope
                                                                                      Attendee will be able to: Describe the Sexual Assault Forensic Examination per
                                                                                      DoD, BUMED and DoJ National Protocols. 1) Identify personnel who can train
0900-   Sexual Assault Forensic                                     Ms. (CDR Ret)
                                    ALL           C1, 2, 3 (500)                      as a Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE), 2) Describe the role of the
1000    Examination (SAFE)                                         Lovette Robinson
                                                                                      SAFE, 3) Describe the training process for a SAFE, 4) Identify the 8 components
                                                                                      of a sexual assault forensic examination.
1000-
        Vendor Break                               B & Foyer
1100
                                                                                        Attendee will be able to: Determine appropriate differential diagnoses and
1100-                                                                 Mr. Anthony       treatment plans for patients with Mental Health disorders in the operational
        Mental Health               ALL           C1, 2, 3 (500)
1200                                                                  McCormick         setting. 1) Identify s/sx of HI/SI, 2) current mental health issues in op setting, 3)
                                                                                        adjustment disorders
1200-
                                                                                 LUNCH
1300
                                                                                    Attendee will be able to: Describe the process and procedure for the FAST in an
                                                                                    operational setting. 1) Discuss the need for FAST capabilities in blunt trauma for
        Focused Assessment with                                                     identifying significant intraperitoneal and pericardial fluid, 2) Describe the
1300-
        Sonography for Trauma       NAVY           C1 (125)     HMC Craig Meaders science behind a basic ultrasound, 3) Describe the types of trauma best suited for
1400
        (FAST)                                                                      FAST (blunt vs. penetrating), 4) Describe the FAST views for 4 common sites,
                                                                                    5) Discuss positive appearance of fluid in the common FAST views, 6) Describe
                                                                                    limitations of the FAST
                                                                                    Attendee will be able to: Discuss Modeling and Simulation initiatives within the
                                                                                    Air Force and DoD. 1) Identify 10 Medical Simulation Centers of Excellence
                                                                                    and their area of responsibilities (MTFs), 2) Understand the organizational
1300-                                                                               structure of the AF Med Sim Program and how standardized teaching materials
        Modeling and Simulation     ALL            C2 (125)     Col Deborah Burgess are created and distributed throughout the AF, 3) Identify 5 target areas for
1400
                                                                                    curriculum instruction, 4) Identify weaknesses associated with simulations
                                                                                    (mannequin) training, 5) Identify 2 capability gaps in education training
                                                                                    requirements, knowledge management, 6) Identify the need for an Enterprise-
                                                                                    wide learning management solution
                                                                                    Attendee will be able to: Describe diagnostic criteria and management
                                                                                    recommendations for common podiatric problems in the operational setting. 1)
1300-
        Podiatry                    ALL            C3 (125)      LT Edward Tracy Describe diagnosis and treatment for the following: a) plantar fasciitis, b)
1400
                                                                                    bunions, c) heel pain/spurs, d) corns/calluses, e) onychomycosis, f) tinea pedis,
                                                                                    g) pitted keratolysis
                                                                                    Attendee will be able to: Identify appropriate patient care for 3 environmental
1300-                                                             Lt Col Thomas     injuries/illnesses. 1) describe strategies for field treatment of heat injuries, 2)
        Environmental Injuries      ALL          RM 6 & 7 (125)
1400                                                                  Clarke        describe strategies for treatment of diving illness, 3) describe strategies for
                                                                                    treatment of altitude illness
1400-
        Vendor Break                               B & Foyer
1500
                                                                                        Attendee will be able to: Determine appropriate differential diagnoses and
1500-   Post Traumatic Stress                                         Mr. Anthony       treatment plans for patients with PTSD/TBI complaints in the operational
                                    ALL             C1 (125)
1600    Disorder (PTSD)                                               McCormick         setting. 1) Identify s/sx, prevention, and vulnerabilities for PTSD/TBI, 2) post
                                                                                        deployment screening (PDHA, PDHRA), 3) formulate mgmt and treatment plans

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                                                                                 Attendee will be able to: Describe key nutritional considerations in the
                                                                                 operational setting. 1) Describe the basic nutrients, 2) Describe the Dietary
1500-
        Nutrition                 ALL            C2 (125)     Mrs. Amber DeVore Guidelines for Americans, 3) Identify guidelines for nutritional success, 4)
1600
                                                                                 Address common nutrition myths with patients 5) Discuss considerations with
                                                                                 nutritional supplements.
                                                                                 Attendee will be able to: Determine appropriate assessments and treatment plans
                                                                                 for active duty service members presenting with disorders of the endocrine
1500-
        Endocrine Disorders       ALL            C3 (125)       Dr. Jeremy Soule system in the operational setting. 1) Discuss etiology of Endocrine disorders or
1600
                                                                                 injuries, 2) Describe characteristics, current treatment, complications, and
                                                                                 disposition for common disorders
                                                                                 Attendee will be able to: Determine appropriate differential diagnoses and
1500-                                                           LTC Evan Renz    treatment plans for patients with Burn injuries in the operational setting. 1)
        Burns                     ALL         RM 6 & 7 (125)
1600                                                           (USA MEDCOM) Identify extent of burns, 2) types of burns, 3) formulate mgmt and treatment
                                                                                 plans
1600-   Traumatic Brain Injury                                   Mr. Anthony
                                  ALL            C1 (125)
1700    (TBI)                                                     McCormick
1600-
        Nutrition                  ALL              C2 (125)
1700
1600-
        Endocrine Disorders        ALL              C3 (125)
1700
1600-
        Burns                      ALL           RM 6 & 7 (125)
1700
                                                                  TSgt Dwyer, HMCS
1830-
        Banquet                    ALL               A (400)       Klein (Association PRICE $35 Single, $60 Couple; pay on-line or on-site
2100
                                                                  Presidents/Officers)




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                                 2010 Armed Forces Operational Medical Symposium (AFOMS) IDC/IDMT Conference at Charleston

                                                                      Friday, May 21, 2010
                                                   LOCATION
                                      Intended                        SPEAKER/
TIME               TOPIC                              (Max                                       TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES / COMMENTS
                                      Audience?                      PRESENTER
                                                   participants)
0700-                                Planners/
        On Site Registration                       MTG 1 (15)
1200                                 Volunteers
0700-                                Planners/
        CQ / speaker prep                          MTG 2 (15)
1300                                 Volunteers
                                                                  HMCM (Ret) Leon Attendee will be able to: Discuss post-Active Duty transitional issues that have
0800-
        Life After Active Duty       ALL          RM 6 & 7 (125) Larson, HMCM (Ret) been experienced by our own retirees. 1) -Provides information regarding
0900
                                                                     Jim Brawley    transitional opportunities (New GI Bill, MSC, Nursing opportunities), 2)
                                                                                  Attendee will be able to: Discuss current Disaster Management issues for
                                                                                  personnel in the operational setting. 1) The mobility and logistic support
0800-                                                              HMCS Huben     capabilities needed to respond to a disaster crisis, 2) Medical planning, and
        Disaster Mgmt                ALL          RM 8 & 9 (125)
0900                                                                 Phillips     assistance needed to support displaced people to include food, water and shelter
                                                                                  during a disaster crisis, 3) The re-opening of port facilities and other critical
                                                                                  infrastructures during a disaster crisis.
                                                                                  Attendee will be able to: Identify the capabilities being developed in the JMDSE
        Joint Medical Distance                                   CDR Gregory Cook
0900-                                                                             JCTD. 1) Describe how JMDSE will enable DoD medical forces to operate as a
        Support & Evacuation         ALL          RM 6 & 7 (125)  (US Joint Force
1000                                                                              more fully integrated system, 2) Describe how JMDSE enables rapid/precise
        (JMDSE)                                                     Command)
                                                                                  delivery of medical supplies and equipment
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Discuss Naval Operational Medical Lessons Learned
                                                                                       references available for personnel in the operational setting, 1) Identify location
        Naval Operational Medical
0900-                                                                HMC Deborah       and registration process of NOMLL (Joint Lessons Learned) website, 2) Identify
        Lessons Learned           Navy            RM 8 & 9 (125)
1000                                                                   Seymour         available key operational medicine links and resources, 3) Describe operational
        (NOMLL)
                                                                                       unique aspects of Health Service Support to improve individual medical
                                                                                       readiness and deployment preparation and training
0900-                                              RM 12 & 13                          Attendee will be able to: Discuss current medical care issues and procedures
        Pirating                     ALL                             HMCS Modglin
1000                                                 (125)                             being utilized when combating piracy.
                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Present USN Selection Board Process and Promotional
        Selection Board Process
1000-                                                                                  Opportunities to personnel at home station. 1) Have a complete understanding
        and Promotional              Navy          C1, 2, 3 (400)     HMCM Way
1100                                                                                   and familiarization of the advancement / promotion process, 2) Properly prepare
        Opportunities (USN)
                                                                                       a package for selection board review.

                                                                                       Attendee will be able to: Present USAF Selection Board Process and
        Selection Board Process
1000-                                                                                  Promotional Opportunities to personnel at home station. 1) Have a complete
        and Promotional              AF           RM 6 & 7 (125)            ?
1100                                                                                   understanding and familiarization of the advancement / promotion process, 2)
        Opportunities (USAF)
                                                                                       Properly prepare a package for selection board review.




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