Trauma Grand Rounds Presentations

  • Pediatric Trauma Radiology

    Date: 2018/8/27

    Lincoln M. Wong, M.D.
    Radiology – Children’s Specialty Physicians
    Assistant Professor,
    Radiology
    University of Nebraska Medical Center

    Objectives:
    1. Describe ALARA and Image Gently so as to minimize radiation for pediatric patients in the setting of trauma.
    2. Recognize what type of imaging is typically used in pediatric trauma and identify common trauma injuries.
    3. Illustrate the radiology workflow that occurs during trauma activation.

    Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.

    Earn CE Credit

    Event Code: 20340

    CME, CNE and Trauma credits available – See flier for details

  • Pediatric Trauma & Rehabilitation

    Date: 2018/05/07

    Samuel Bierner, M.D.
    Chair, UNMC Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department
    Medical Officer, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals
    Omaha Campus

    Objectives:
    1. Discuss long-term outcomes in pediatric trauma
    2. Identify the Rancho Level of Cognitive Functioning Scale and its use
    3. Discuss rehabilitation process: acute and post-acute issues
    4. Identify common rehabilitation issues that pediatric trauma patients may manifest: spasticity, central autonomic dysfunction, deficits in attention and cognitive issues
    Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.

    Earn CE Credit

    Event Code: 20119

    CME, CNE and Trauma credits available – See flier for details

  • Orlando Health Response To The Pulse Nightclub Tragedy

    Date: 2018/02/19

    Eric R. Alberts, CEM, corporate manager, emergency preparedness, Orlando Health, Inc.

    Objectives:
    1. Discuss major lessons learned during the response to the Pulse Nightclub shooting incident to identify any gaps in preparedness efforts which will enable participants to be better prepared for a major incident in their community.
    2. Explain the impact of the incident on hospital operations.
    3. Provide a timeline of events to demonstrate the fast pace nature of the incident and the importance of communications.
    4. List the primary challenges identified by hospital staff during and immediately following the incident.
    5. List the hospital programs or policies maintained or strengthened based on their successful contribution to the response.

    Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.

    Earn CE Credit

    Event Code: 19713

  • Update On Concussions & Sports Injuries

    Date: 2017/08/02

    Kody Moffatt, MD, MS, FAAP, FACSM
    Director, Sports Medicine Program
    Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
    Associate Professor – Pediatrics
    Creighton University School of Medicine

    Objectives:
    1. Discuss recent updates on concussion diagnosis and treatment.
    2. Identify current recommendations on concussion prevention.
    3. Describe the management of common sports injuries

    Earn CE Credit

    Event Code: 17893

  • Drowning: A Quick & Silent Killer In Children

    Date: 2017/05/31

    Edward Truemper, MD
    Intensivist
    Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
    Associate Professor, Pediatrics Critical Care
    UNMC College of Medicine

    Objectives:
    1. Define drowning, near drowning, and secondary drowning
    2. Discuss treatment & management of the near drowning patient.
    3. Describe drowning prevention strategies.

    Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.

    Earn CE Credit

    Event Code: 17857

  • Blunt Trauma Review

    Date: 2017/02/28

    Megan Fuller, MD
    Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
    Pediatric Surgery

    Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.

    Earn CE Credit

    Event Code: 17061

  • Pediatric Multi-trauma Patient: Where Do We Start?

    Date: 2016/12/09

    Brian A. Jones, MD
    Children’s Specialty Physicians
    Pediatric Surgery
    Children’s Hospital & Medical Center
    Assistant Professor, Surgery-Pediatric General UNMC College of Medicine

    Objectives:
    1 . Define a pediatric patient with multiple trauma.
    2. Describe the initial evaluation of a multiple-trauma patient utilizing primary, secondary, and tertiary assessment.
    3. Discuss identifying and prioritizing immediate management of life-threatening injuries.

    Presenter has disclosed no actual or potential conflict of interest related to this educational activity.

    Earn CE Credit

    Event Code: 16813

 

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