Here is the final program for Trauma Education: The Next Generation, presented this Thursday in St. Paul. Click for a printable copy.
The August Trauma MedEd Newsletter will be released to subscribers over the weekend. I’ll be covering a potpourri of topics. Articles include:
- Don’t ignore the naughty bits!
- Cool device: Instant hemoglobin monitor
- Do you really need to put chest tubes to water seal?
- What to do: Small hospital, unstable patient
- And more!
Anyone on the subscriber list as of 8PM Saturday (CST) will receive it on Sunday,August 31. I’ll release it to everyone else next Friday via the blog. So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!
Nursing And Initial Resuscitation of the Burn Patient
Here’s another sample video from Trauma Education: The Next Generation 2013. It’s 18 minutes long and deals with nursing issues with airway, resuscitation, pain management, and dressings. Presented by Mark Johnston, one of the burn nurses at Regions Hospital.
Be sure to see this year’s live content next Thursday starting at 8:00am Central Time. Not in St. Paul? Watch it on LiveStream.com!
If you want to see it live in St. Paul, click here to register.
You Think You Know … But You Don’t Know!
Some lessons learned about whether you’re really as smart as you think. This 20 minute presentation by me was the keynote at last year’s Trauma Education: The Next Generation conference in St. Paul.
This year’s conference still has spots available for the live presentation. You can stream it free via LiveStream. If you would like to receive continuing education credits, register for the live or streamed performance so we can get your credits to you. Click here to register.
If you don’t need the credit, just tune in next Thursday at 8AM central time on LiveStream.com. For more information, go to www.tetng.org