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29th Annual May Day Trauma Conference
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5/3/2018 to 5/4/2018
When: May 3 - May 4
Where: Chapel Hill
United States
Contact: Al Bonifacio
984-974-2430

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29th Annual May Day Trauma Conference

Agenda 

 
 Day 1:

07:00-07:45 Atrium Registration and Continental Breakfast 


07:45-08:00 Grumman Opening Remarks 

 

08:00-09:00 Grumman The August 12 Charlottesville MCI  
         Jeff Young, MD, MBA 
 
  09:00-09:15 Atrium Break/ Posters/ Exhibits

  
09:15-10:15   Breakout Sessions 


  Redbud Flight Medicine  
         Joseph Love, DO, FACS 
 
    Grumman A Tale of Two Livers  
         Jeff Young, MD, MBA 
 
    Dogwood Oh No, It's a Kid! Helping Children Cope with Trauma and Grief

Whitney Adams, CCLS         

Hanna Mixon, CCLS, LRT/CTRS 
 
  10:15-10:30 Atrium Break/ Posters/Exhibits


10:30-11:30   Breakout Sessions


  Redbud REBOA  
        Joseph Love, DO, FACS 
 
    Grumman When Things Go Wrong, Violence in Emergency Medicine  
         Koury Eways 
 
  Dogwood Surgical Management of Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury 
 
        Carolyn Quinsey, MD 


 Day 2: 
 
  11:30-12:45 Atrium Lunch/Posters/ Exhibits 
12:45-13:45 Grumman FEMA Urban Search and Rescue 
         Wesley Parker, RN, BSN 
 
 
13:45-14:00 Atrium Break/ Posters/Exhibits 


14:00-15:00   Breakout Sessions 


  Redbud Trauma Imaging

Jeff Nietlich, MD 
 
    Grumman Geriatric Trauma: Ugh!

Rajesh Gandhi, MD, PhD, FACS, FCCM, FCCP 
 
    Dogwood Prehospital Recognition and Treatment of the Head Injured Patient

Joey Grover 
 
  15:00-15:15 Atrium Break/ Posters/Exhibits 


15:15-16:15 Grumman Ins and Outs of Trauma Resuscitation and the TEG

Rajesh Gandhi, MD, PhD, FACS, FCCM, FCCP 
 
07:00-07:45 Atrium Registration and Continental Breakfast


07:45-08:00 Grumman Opening Remarks

 

08:00-09:00 Grumman Trauma Survivor 

Blair Holliday

 

09:00-09:15 Atrium Break/ Posters/ Exhibits 


09:15-10:15   Breakout Sessions


  Redbud ECPR: Just Because We Can, Doesn't Mean We Should       

Anthony Charles, MD, MPH 
 
    Grumman Giving Elderly Trauma Patients the Care They Need 

Sasha Adams, MD 
 
  
  
  
 
  Dogwood Getting Out of the Hospital After Trauma:   Acute Care Rehabilitation Therapies 

Amy Kujawa, CCC-SLP, CBIS

Patrick Moseley, PT, DPT

Stacey M. Freeman, OTR/L 
 
10:15-10:30 Atrium Break/ Posters/Exhibits 


10:30-11:30   Breakout Sessions 


  Redbud Burns in North Carolina 

Audrey Boyles, RN 
 
  Grumman When Disaster Strikes - Trauma System Survival During   Hurricane Harvey 
          Sasha Adams, MD 
 
  Dogwood Transfusion and Coagulopathy in Trauma Patients 
          Trista Reid, MD, MPH 

 

11:30-12:45 Atrium Lunch/Posters/ Exhibits 


12:45-13:45 Grumman The Court System and the Opioid Epidemic

Rebecca W. Blackmore, JD

Brooke Chidgey, MD 

 
13:45-14:00 Atrium Break/ Posters/Exhibits 


14:00-15:00   Breakout Sessions 


  Redbud Stress Reduction and Building Resiliency   for Trauma Care Providers  
          Leslie Rink, RN, BSN 

 

 Grumman Acute Management of the OB Trauma

Patient - Multidisciplinary Care

Bill Goodnight, MD, MSCR 

Sofia Aliaga, MD, MPH, FAAP  
 
  Dogwood Case Management Discharge Planning from Trauma and Beyond         

Danielle Farr, LCSWA

Gwendolyn Dusek, RN 

 
15:00-15:15 Atrium Break/ Posters/Exhibits 
 

15:15-16:45 Grumman New Face of Gangs in the Tar Heel State       

Todd Bridgeman

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