Templeton Trauma Symposium - Saturday Agenda

Saturday, March 8, 2014

Time Presentation Speakers
7:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast
8 a.m. Welcome and Introduction Marla L. Vanore, RN, BSN, MHA
Moderator: Marla L. Vanore, RN, BSN, MHA
8:15 a.m. What Adult Centers Need from Pediatric Centers

Michael F. Rotondo, MD

Adult and pediatric Trauma Centers are reliant on each other for quality clinical care, expertise and education.  Communication between all Centers is vital. Dr. Rotondo will address the topic through the perspective of the adult Trauma Center.

9 a.m. Role of Substance Use and Abuse in Treating Pain in Teens After Trauma

Renee C.B. Manworren, PhD, APRN

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prenvention, enough opioid pain relievers were sold in 2010 to medicate every adult in the United States with the equivalent of a typical dose of 5 mg of hydrocodone every 4 hours for 1 month. Substance use and abuse has increasingly become a causative factor in pediatric trauma, but opioids remain a necessary treatment for acute pain after trauma. This session will present research findings and provide guidelines for risk stratification and responsible prescribing of opioid pain relievers, including screening and monitoring strategies.

9:45 a.m. Healthcare Disparities and Non-accidental Trauma: Understanding Them and Trying to Fix Them

Richard A. Falcone Jr., MD, MPH

Health care disparities exist in all of medicine. Understanding potential biases and working to minimize their impact on care is crucial. Disparities in non-accidental trauma screening and a method to address this will be described as an example.

10:30 a.m. Break and Exhibits Moderator: Barbara A. Gaines, MD
11 a.m. Operative, Non-operative and Interventional Management of Pediatric Blunt Pancreatic Injury: As the Pendulum Swings

 

David M. Notrica, MD

Non-operative management of blunt pediatric trauma has an established role for liver and splenic injury. Increased use of non-operative management of blunt pancreatic trauma has improved our understanding of expected results. Simultaneously, advances have developed in surgical and interventional techniques.

11:25 a.m. Trauma Care Begins with ABCDE, but Don’t Forget the Ws: Who, What, Where and When to Transfer

Diana G. Fendya, MSN (R), RN

Recognizing WHO needs additional injury care, knowing WHAT care is available WHERE, and deciding WHEN to transfer are critical components of the trauma systems – especially for children. However, the Ws are often neglected. In this presentation, Diana will address national efforts to ensure the Ws are part of every state trauma system and actions every caregiver considers.

11:50 a.m. Improving Limb Salvage Outcomes in the Sub-acute Period: Applying Lessons Learned from the Modern Battlefield

Anand Kumar, MD

Optimizing reconstruction after devastating limb threatening injuries remains a challenging clinical problem.  Recent experience from the modern battlefield has improved limb salvage outcomes and better defined optimal timing, sequencing and flap selection.

12:15 p.m. Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers  
12:30 a.m.

Optional Lunch Sessions

The Politics of Trauma Care
Panel Members: Diana G. Fendya, MSN. (R), RN; David M. Notrica, MD; Michael F. Rotondo, MD
Moderator: Michael L. Nance, MD

Register for The Politics of Trauma Care to participate in an interactive session. Bring your questions on issues you are facing every day. This is your chance to discuss them with the experts and your peers!

Bridging Educational Needs to Staff Performance Through Simulation
Panel Members: Richard A. Falcone Jr., MD, MPH; Grace Good, RN, BSN, MA
Moderator: Marianne Miller, RN, MSN

Register for Bridging Educational Needs to Staff Performance Through Simulation to participate in an interactive session. Bring your questions on issues you are facing every day. This is your chance to discuss them with the experts and your peers!

1:45 p.m.

Concurrent Session 3A

Challenging Cases in Pediatric Trauma II

Moderator: Christine Campbell, RN, BSN, MS

From theory to implementation: trauma care is explored in case presentations

1:45 p.m. Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Richard A. Falcone Jr., MD, MPH
Kaaren Shebesta, RN, MSN, CPNP
2:10 p.m. Connecticut Children’s Hospital Renee C.B. Manworren, PhD, APRN
2:35 p.m. Johns Hopkins University Medical Center Anand Kumar, MD
3 p.m. Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers  
1:45 p.m.

Concurrent Session 3B

Rural Trauma

Moderator: Christine McKenna, RN, MSN, CRNP
1:45 p.m. Challenges of Trauma Care in Rural Pennsylvania

Ronald J. Scorpio, MD

An Examination of the challenges in treatment and care of the rural pediatric trauma patient: scene to recovery.

2:10 p.m. What’s New in Telemedicine 2014

Christopher J. Haines, DO

Telemedicine is rapidly expanding technology that has already begun to dramatically alter the delivery of healthcare globally. In the realm of pediatric acute and trauma care, telemedicine enables immediate access, improved resource utilization, and ultimately better care for patients requiring rapid access into the healthcare continuum.

2:35 p.m. ATVs: Injuries and Injury Prevention

Susan Ziegfeld, MSN, CRNP

Kids of all ages ride all-terrain vehicles- some without injury, some with minor injuries, and some with significant or even mortal injuries. This talk reviews the epidemiology of ATV injuries as well as the major injury patterns.   It also describes injury prevention efforts related to ATVs, both from the educational as well as the legislative perspective.

3 p.m. Panel Discussion/Questions and Answers  
3:15 p.m. Conference Adjourns

 

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