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Pediatric Pitfalls (PM Session)

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Name: Pediatric Pitfalls (PM Session)
Date: May 30, 2017
Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT
Event Description:
"1/2 Day Pediatric Pitfalls" 
Medical & Traumatic Emergencies Update, sponsored by the Pennsylvania EMS for Children Program

We’ve combined the best of our “Treating Tiny Trauma” and “Crashing Kids” presentations to bring you this all new, 1/2 day seminar! Designed for medical professionals and trauma junkies alike... this class uses “real-life” scenarios you can apply to your pediatric emergency knowledge and practice. Includes a fast-paced review of advanced airway management, head and spinal cord trauma, chest and abdominal trauma, burns, extremity trauma, resuscitation, respiratory emergencies, fever management, emergency toxicology, pain management, sedation, and MORE!

While this course does cover some advanced skills, EMS providers at ALL LEVELS will benefit from the program! 

The Line-Up 
(Sign-in begins at 12:30 P.M. Class begins at 1:00 P.M. and concludes at 5:00 P.M.) 
"Emergency Assessment of Crashing Kids" 
"Emergency Care of Crashing Kids" 
"Pediatric Medical Pearls & Jeopardy Jewels"
"Pediatric Trauma Tales & Jeopardy Jewels"

Presented by:
Scott DeBoer, RN, MSN, CPEN, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, is an internationally recognized pediatric emergency nurse expert. Scott has been presenting to thousands of nurses around the world for over 25 years. In addition to his extensive training in emergency, critical care, and flight nursing. Scott has written 7 books and co-authored over 100 medical articles for nurses, paramedics, and respiratory therapists. Often called the “Jim Carrey” of the emergency medical world, Scott's use of humor and personal experiences will have attendees laughing as they learn. 

This program has been requested for 3.5 hours of PA EMS continuing education credit.
Lehighton Ambulance Association
516 Iron Street
Lehighton, PA
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