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Harvard Emergency Medicine: Updates & Current Practices 2024

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The Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Emergency Medicine offers this one-week postgraduate course for local, national, and international emergency physicians, specialty physicians, primary care physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, and EMTs. This five-day course will cover a vast array of topics, including:

  • Acute Compartment Syndromes
  • Acute Ischemic Stroke: Tenecteplase, Expanded Treatment Windows, and Other Updates
  • Addressing Burnout in Emergency Medicine
  • Antimicrobial Stewardship Pearls
  • Applying Systems Engineering and Innovation to Improve ED Patient Experience
  • Approach to the Sick Trauma Patient
  • ARDS
  • BURNS
  • Cardiac Arrest
  • Circulatory Shock Quiz Bowl
  • Code ICH! The First Hours of Intracerebral Hemorrhage Management
  • Critical Care Double Feature: Push-Dose Pressors, and Phenobarbital for Alcohol Withdrawal
  • Critical Care Toxicology
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism
  • Echo in Shock
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Escalation Alert: Best Practice Communication to Keep ED Staff and Patients Safe
  • Eye Emergencies
  • Geriatric Agitation in the ED: Differentiating and Managing Dementia and Delirium
  • Geriatric Emergency Departments: Is that a thing? History, Concept and Evolving Evidence
  • Geriatric Trauma and Falls
  • Hand Injuries: How would You treat them; Case-Based Updates
  • High Altitude Illness
  • Mild Head Trauma
  • Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections
  • Pediatric Head Trauma/Concussion
  • Point-of Care Ultrasound
  • Priapism Management
  • Reading Cardiac Ischemia on ECGs: the Basics
  • Sepsis Updates
  • Shock and Awe: Six Strategies to Prevent Hemodynamic Collapse
  • Spine Trauma
  • STIs
  • Substance Use Disorder in the ED
  • The Crashing Neonate
  • Update on Diagnosis and Treatment of Ventricular Fibrillation
  • Vasopressors & Shock Pearls

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify patients that are potentially critically ill.
  • Integrate the latest evidence-based practice strategies in treating patients.
  • Utilize latest evidence-based algorithms and strategies in management of different conditions.

HARVARD EMERGENCY MEDICINE: UPDATES & CURRENT PRACTICES 2024

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HARVARD EMERGENCY MEDICINE: UPDATES & CURRENT PRACTICES 2024

1. Welcome – Calvin Huang, MD, MPH

2. Reading Cardiac Ischemia on ECGs: the basics – J. Toby Nagurney MD, MPH

3. The Digital Transformation of Emergency Medicine – Jared Conley, MD, PhD, MPH

4. Geriatric Falls – Shan Liu, MD, MPH

5. Hand Emergencies – Dana Stearns, MD

6. Emergency Medicine Burnout – Joshua Baugh, MD, MPP, MHCM

7. Advances in the Treatment of Ventricular Fibrillation and Sudden Cardiac Death – Keith Marill, MD, MS

8. Eye Emergencies – David Peak, MD

9. Acute Compartment Syndromes – David Peak, MD

1. Postpartum Hemorrhage – Suzanne Leslie, MD

2. Code ICH: The First Hours of Intracerebral Hemorrhage Management – Joshua N. Goldstein, MD, PhD

3. Escalation Alert: Best Practice Communication to Keep ED Staff and Patients Safe – Jonathan Sonis, MD, MHCM

4. Emergency Preparedness – Paul Biddinger, MD

5. Pediatric Trauma & Concussion – Ari Cohen, MD

6. Priapism Management – Andrew Eyre, MD, MS

7. Shock and Awe: Six Strategies to Prevent Hemodynamic Collapse – Andrew Reisner, MD

8. Circulatory Shock Quiz Bowl – Andrew Reisner, MD

1. POCUS – Procedures – peripheral IV & Lumbar Puncture – Calvin Huang, MD, MPH

2. POCUS – e-FAST – Nour Al Jalbout, MD

3. POCUS – Cardiac & Lung – David L. Chu, MD

4. POCUS – Pediatric Cases – Sigmund Kharasch, MD

5. Applying Systems Engineering and Innovation to Improve ED Patient Experience – Benjamin A. White, MD

6. Virtual Observation: Lessons Learned From Redefining The Walls of the ED – Benjamin A. White, MD

7. Neonatal Resuscitation – Nicole Nadeau, MD; Maggie Samuels-Kalow, MD

8. Sepsis Updates – Michael Filbin, MD, MPH

1. Burns – Robert Sheridan, MD

2. Considerations in Anticoagulation Reversal – Lanting Fuh, RPH

3. ARDS – Peter Hou, MD

4. Critical Care Double Feature: Push-Dose Pressors, and Phenobarbital for Alcohol Withdrawal – Paul Jansson, MD, MS

5. Mild Head Trauma – Pierre Borczuck, MD

6. Updates in Ischemic Stroke – Kori Zachrison MD, MSC

7. Cardiac Arrest – Sean Kivlehan, MD

8. Sexually Transmitted Infections – Donna Felsenstein, MD

1. Approach to the Sick Trauma Patient – Rama Salhi, MD, MHS, MSC

2. Physiologically Difficult Airway Cases – Derek Monette, MD

3. Fever POCUS Algorithm – Hamid Shokoohi, MD, MPH

4. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections – Dan Egan, MD

5. 5 Tests to Consider Avoiding in Your PEM Patients: Why It’s Good for You And Good for Them – Nicole Nadeau, MD

6. Managing Critically Ill Patients with Septic Shock – Hamid Shokoohi, MD, MPH

7. Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Embolism – Christopher Kabrhel, MD, MPH

8. Scaling Humanitarian Aid, from Ebola to Ukraine – Jarone Lee, MD

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