WHAT: The Sunrise Health Graduate Medical Education Consortium, in partnership with TeamHealth, this week will host the second annual Southwest Regional Emergency Medicine Conference at the campus of MountainView Hospital.
Among the topics to be discussed will be mass casualty principles and impact of the 1 October Las Vegas mass casualty incident. Speakers include physicians from MountainView Hospital, UC Riverside Hospital, Kingman Regional Medical Center, University Medical Center and Clark County Fire Department.
Other topics include impact of the 1 October mass casualty incident on academic attending and resident physicians, obstetrical emergencies, synthetic and club drugs, international emergency medicine and physician and resident wellness.
WHEN: Friday, January 25, 2019
WHERE: Sunrise Health Graduate Medical Education Consortium
MountainView Hospital Campus
2880 N. Tenaya Way
Las Vegas, NV 89128
- Fire Chief Gregory Cassell, Clark County Fire Department
- Michael P. Allswede, DO, MountainView Hospital
10:00 a.m. - Tragedy Meets GME - Gregory Guldner, MD, MS, FACEP and Suzanne Roozendaal, DO, UC Riverside and MountainView Hospital
2:15 p.m. - OBSTETRICAL EMERGENCIES - Adam Dawson, DO, Kingman Regional Medical Center
3:10 p.m. - MAIL ORDER PARTY: SYNTHETIC & CLUB DRUGS UPDATE - Kristina Domanski, MBBS, BSc, MountainView Hospital
WHO: The conference is intended for emergency medicine educators, practicing emergency physicians, residents and allied emergency medicine providers. Evidenced-based topics will be presented in a workshop format to increase the knowledge and competency of attendees.