Description: Zero Preventable Deaths: Synthesizing Cutting-Edge Trends and Technologies in Military and Civilian Trauma Care is an exciting one-day forum to explore, synthesize and collaborate on cutting-edge trends and technologies emerging within civilian and military sectors to treat severely injured patients. Co-Hosted by AMSUS- Society of Federal Health Professionals and the University of North Carolina, expert speakers will present a series of lectures followed by a panel discussion and optional Stop the Bleed Training Session.
Goal: Create a forum to save lives in the community and battlefield through the synthesis of industry, academia, and military medicine.
- Explore emerging trends and technologies in civilian and military medicine for the management of trauma patients
- Establish a forum where military and civilian experts in trauma care can exchange ideas and explore collaboration
- Provide examples of how military medicine has influenced civilian casualty care
Target Audience: Clinicians, researchers, educators, product developers and leaders within military, civilian, academic and commercial sectors.
- Tyler Harris, MD, FAAOS, LTC(P), USA, FS, Orthopaedic Hand Surgeon, Womack Army Medical Center: Zero Preventable Deaths
- Jerry Heneghan, Director, UNC Center for Innovation in Pharmacy Simulation: Telestration
- Bob Buckman, Robert F Buckman Jr, MD, FACS, Founder and CMO Operative Experience Inc: Rapid Skill Trauma Training
- Under USAMRMC funding, we have developed a scalable system to rapidly train combat medics and surgeons to perform critical trauma procedures.
- Marco G. Patti, MD, FACS, Professor of Medicine and Surgery, Co-Director, Center for Esophageal Diseases and Swallowing, Director of the Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, Department of Surgery, UNC: Value of Simulation in Modern Surgical Training - The UNC Experience
- The presentation will describe a novel surgical simulator that uses a re-perfused, tissue-based human analog model.
- PANEL: A Very Real Experience: The Synthesis of Civilian and Military Trauma Care
- Alberto S. Bonifacio RN, BSN, MHA, CEN, UNC Trauma Program Manager: Stop the Bleed
- Networking Social (Location TBD)
Speakers and topics subject to change
CME will be available for registered attendees - 6-8 credits
Physicians ACCME, AMA, PRA Category 1 Credit
Physician Assistants ACCME, AMA PRA, Category 1 Credit
Pharmacy Technicians ACPE
Nurse Practitioners AANP
Health Care Executives ACHE
General Participation Certificate