December 13, 2021
Las Vegas, NV – MountainView Hospital and the Sunrise Health Graduate Medical Education Consortium are hosting the fifth annual Southwest Regional Emergency Medicine Conference on January 28, 2022, at 8:00am PST. The live, virtual event will feature speakers from emergency medicine programs at Sunrise Health GME, UC Riverside, UNLV, Kingman Regional Medical Center, and Valley Health System.
The event will feature discussions and lectures by many core faculty members from several emergency medicine programs including Sunrise Health GME faculty member, Kurt Schapira, MD. Dr. Shapira will be giving a lecture about how to deliver bad news in the emergency department.
“We are excited to host this year’s Southwest Regional Emergency Medicine Conference,” said John Rushton, MD at Sunrise Health GME Consortium. “This is a wonderful opportunity for medical professionals and students to learn from some of the best in the industry.”
Other topics will include, seizures, integration of emergency medicine into search and rescue operations, intersection of breastfeeding and emergency medicine, updates in cardiac arrest, severe sepsis and septic shock, neurological bounce-backs, intraosseous access pearls, rare causes of shock in DKA and pediatric neurological emergencies.
The conference is open to medical professionals. Participants can receive up to 6.0 AMA PRA Category 1 credits and 6.0 Nursing Contact hours.