Prolonged Casualty Care: Bridging the Medical Care Gap for LSCO

Aug 11, 2021 07:00am -
Aug 11, 2021 06:30pm
(GMT-8)
McChord Club, JBLM Washington

Event Description

Prolonged Casualty Care: Bridging the Medical Care Gap for LSCO (Large Scale Combat Operations)
Date: August 11, 2021
Time: 7:00am-6:30pm
Location: Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM), Washington State – McChord Club
Dress: Uniform of the Day or Business Attire
Co-Organizer: LTC Michael Moore, MC, USA; Brigade Surgeon, 5th Security Forces Assistance Brigade; Medical Director, I Corps Medical Range/Medical Simulation Training Center; Joint Base Lewis-McChord
Co-Organizer: MSG Kaleb Twilligear; USARMY, MEDCoE (USA)
Learning Goals:
Understand the tactical and clinical environment for military medicine in large-scale combat operations. Provide the background for medical equipment planning and resourcing for military medical operations in large-scale combat operations.

Presenters:
MG Xavier Brunson I Corps Commander (Invited)
COL Jamie Reisberg, MC USA 1st US Army Special Operations Command Surgeon
LTC Michael (Mike) B. Moore, MC USA Brigade Surgeon/Lead Medical Advisor 5th SFAB
MSG Kaleb Twilligear Senior Enlisted Advisor, Simulations, MEDCoE
MSG Doc Remley Joint Trauma System – Defense Health Agency J-3
CPT Matthew D. Young Deputy Program Manager, US Army Institute for Surgical Research
CPT Seamus Bradley, SP USA 5th SFAB Brigade PA/Senior Medical Advisor
Mr. Tom Pingel Director, I Corps MSTC/Medical Range
SFC Hunter Black MEDCoE Senior 68W Senior Training Developer

Join us for this Face-to-Face, 1-day seminar to hear updates on clinical care. You are also invited to an optional Wound Care Workshop and Informal Discussion & Networking following the afternoon speakers.

Tentative Agenda:

0700-0800 Registration/Continental Breakfast/Exhibit Time
 
0800-0815 Opening Remarks
Speakers: LTC Mike Moore, MSG Kaleb Twilligear
 
0815-0845 INDOPACOM “Scene Setter” and Medical Planning for LSCO/MDO
Speakers: LTC Mike Moore
Objective: Describe the Health Services Support environment for large-scale combat operations.

0845-0900 Coffee/Bio Break/Exhibit Time
 
0900-0930 PCC Gap Analysis:
Speakers: CPT Seamus Bradley and SFC Hunter Black
Objective: Describe the current gap analysis from current capabilities to a viable prolonged casualty care capability across all phases of care.

0930-1000 JTS Presentation/Discussion on PCC CPG’s and Standardized Training POI
Speakers: MSG Doc Remley and COL Jamie Reisberg
Objective: Discuss the current proposed prolonged casualty care objective training course in relation to current clinical practice guidelines.
 
1000-1030 Path to Prolonged Care Competency: MSTC DECM to MEDCoE PCCM
Speaker: Mr. Tom Pingel
Objective: Discuss initial efforts to train for prolonged casualty care and challenges in meeting training gaps with the new proposed POI.
 
1030-1100 Coffee/Bio Break/Exhibit Time
 
1130-1200 Tyranny of Time/Distance: Commander’s Perspective
MG Xavier Brunson, I Corps Commander (Invited)
Objective: Describe core senior-level priorities for health service support in large-scale combat operations.
 
1200-1330 Lunch/Exhibit Time
 
1330-1400 Keynote – Theme and Speaker TBD
 
1415-1430 Coffee/Bio Break/Exhibit Time
 
1430-1500 Equipping for PCC
Speakers: CPT Seamus Bradley
Objective: Describe medical equipment needs for prolonged casualty care in large-scale combat operations.
 
1500-1600 Panel Discussion: Putting It All Together (Problems and Challenges)
Members: POI (SFC Hunter Black), R1 to Role 3 Care (CPT Matthew Young), Equipping (CPT Seamus Bradley), Patient Movement (MSG Kaleb Twilligear)
Objective: Explore a comprehensive strategy for prolonged casualty care in large-scale combat operations.
 
1600-1700 Conclusion & Wrap Up
 
1700-1730 Coffee/Bio Break/Exhibit Time
 
1730-1830 Wound Care Workshop (Vendor Supported)
 
1900-2100 Continue the Conversation - Informal Discussion and Networking
Facilitators: LTC Mike Moore, MSG Kaleb Twilligear
 
Consolidated Speakers:

MG Xavier Brunson I Corps Commander (Invited)
COL Jamie Reisberg 1st US Army Special Operations Command Surgeon
LTC Michael (Mike) B. Moore, MC USA Brigade Surgeon/Lead Medical Advisor 5th SFAB
MSG Kaleb Twilligear Senior Enlisted Advisor, Simulations, MEDCoE
MSG Doc Remley Joint Trauma System – Defense Health Agency J-3
CPT Seamus Bradley 5th SFAB Brigade PA/Senior Medical Advisor
Mr. Tom Pingel Director, I Corps MSTC/Medical Range
SFC Hunter Black MEDCoE Senior 68W Senior Training Developer

Times, topics and presenters subject to change

  • Base access assistance will be available - July 29 deadline to be included on list submitted to security gate. 
  • Space is limited - don't wait to register!
  • Advance registration deadline: 5 August
  • Onsite registration may not be available

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