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2021 Interior Region EMS Council's Virtual Symposium
2021 Interior Region EMS Council's Virtual Symposium
Interior Region & Southeast Region EMS Council VIRTUAL
Fri, April 02, 2021 @ 09:30 AM — Sat, April 03, 2021 @ 05:00 PM (AKDT)
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THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

It’s that time again! This is IREMSC's 26th annual symposium and our first virtual symposium. If you have never attended one of our symposiums you are in for a treat! The event offers a great opportunity to earn Continuing Medical Education (CME), and Nursing CE. We have plenty of quality presentations designed to interest all levels of EMS and healthcare providers. So please, mark your calendar, and don’t forget to pre-register to ensure timely receipt of information on how to access this spectacular event!


Welcome to the IREMSC NEW Registration Process. It is a two part process.

First select the type of registrant that you are:

  • Healthcare Provider (Dr., Nurse, PA, NP, etc)
  • Prehospital Provider (ETT, EMT, Paramedic)
  • EMT Student (current uncertified at any level AND taking an EMS Class)


Second: Select the session you wish to attend. This part is important so that you will receive the correct Zoom link for the session and correct CE/CME.


If you wish to have your department pay for the registration, prior to starting the registration process, contact IREMSC for instructions on how to do that. Otherwise, you will be required to pay before you are able to successfully register.



 

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Event Dates
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9:30 AM to 5:00 PM (AKDT)
Registration Closes
April 02, 2021 @ 6:00 pm
Summary Agenda
IREMSC AGENDA
Friday, April 02
9:30 AM to 10:30 PM
Opening Session
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Keynote: Boots to the Head- Kyle Bates
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Lunch
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions About Airway Management- Kyle Bates
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
OB GYN: Managing Pregnancy Emergencies- Fidel Garcia
2:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Break
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Abdominal Archeology – Decoding the Mysteries of Common Surgical Problems-Dr. Corsa
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
The More Things Change, the More they Stay the Same- Mark Warth
4:45 PM to 5:45 PM
IREMSC Annual Membership Meeting
Saturday, April 03
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
CPT1A Arctic Variant-Jenny Brown
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
They come in 3's What do Triad Tell Us- Fidel Garcia
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Lunch
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Thinking Outside the Box- Dr. Corsa
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Whats Wrong with the Rights- Mark Warth
2:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Break
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
I'm Not Dead Yet- Kyle Bates
3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Trying Not to Peds Yourself- Dr. Corsa
Featured Speakers
SPEAKER
Photo of Dr. Joshua Corsa
Dr. Joshua Corsa
Providence Regional Medical Center
SPEAKER
Photo of Fidel Garcia, NRP
Fidel Garcia, NRP
Owner, Professional EMS Education, LLC
SPEAKER
Photo of Jenny Brown, MICP
Jenny Brown, MICP
Clinical Training Specialist, Tanana Chief's Conference
SPEAKER
Photo of Kyle Bates, Paramedic
Kyle Bates, Paramedic
Selection Options
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pre-hospital providers registration
PRE-HOSPITAL Conference Pass
PRE-HOSPITAL Conference Pass
$ 100.00 
 
PRE-HOSPITAL Friday Pass
PRE-HOSPITAL Friday Pass
$ 50.00 
 
PRE-HOSPITAL Saturday Pass
PRE-HOSPITAL Saturday Pass
$ 50.00 
 
 
healthcare providers
HEALTHCARE Conference Pass
HEALTHCARE Conference Pass
$ 130.00 
 
HEALTHCARE Friday Pass
HEALTHCARE Friday Pass
$ 65.00 
 
HEALTHCARE Saturday Pass
HEALTHCARE Saturday Pass
$ 65.00 
 
 
ems student
STUDENT Conference Pass
STUDENT Conference Pass
$ 50.00 
 
STUDENT Friday Pass
STUDENT Friday Pass
$ 25.00 
 
STUDENT Saturday Pass
STUDENT Saturday Pass
$ 25.00 
 
 
speaker registration for cme
Speaker Conference Pass
Speaker Conference Pass
No Charge 
 
 
friday sessions
Keynote: Boots to the Head- Kyle Bates
Keynote: Boots to the Head- Kyle Bates
No Charge 
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Friday Apr 02, 2021 @  10:30:AM  —  12:00:PM AKDT

There are over 3.5 million estimated concussions every year in the United States as the result of sports and recreational activities. A form of traumatic brain injury, concussions can range from mild to severe and, if not managed properly, may lead to a fatal condition known as Second Impact Syndrome. As EMS providers we may encounter this subset of patients, either on a 911 call or during a stand-by, and it is important that we identify concussions in players having them abstain from sports activities until injuries are resolved.

 

 
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions About Airway Management- Kyle Bates
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions About Airway Management- Kyle Bates
No Charge 
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Friday Apr 02, 2021 @  01:00:PM  —  02:30:PM AKDT

DECISIONS, DECISIONS, DECISIONS ABOUT AIRWAY MANAGEMENT

There is a 100% mortality rate for patients who do not have an airway. But what device and which technique to use can make for some interesting debate. This presentation addresses the numerous decisions as to advanced airway management. Traditional endotracheal intubation as well as supraglottic airways, rapid sequenced induction, and capnography will also be a topic of this case-based presentation.

 

 
OB GYN: Managing Pregnancy Emergencies- Fidel Garcia
OB GYN: Managing Pregnancy Emergencies- Fidel Garcia
No Charge 
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Friday Apr 02, 2021 @  01:00:PM  —  02:30:PM AKDT

What changes occur when a woman is pregnant? We will review the changes that occur when a woman is pregnant and how that may lead to specific problems. How would you take care of the patient who is exhibiting signs and symptoms of H.E.L.L.P. Syndrome? What sign is noted with Shoulder Dystocia? What maneuvers can you use to help with this problem?


OB emergencies can lead to catastrophic outcomes. During this presentation, we will look at OB cases, discuss finding and develop a plan to take care of the patients to ensure positive outcomes


 
IREMSC Annual Membership Meeting
IREMSC Annual Membership Meeting
No Charge 
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Friday Apr 02, 2021 @  04:45:PM  —  05:45:PM AKDT

During this meeting we will be electing members of our Board of Directors. Each agency in our region has a vote, one delegate per agency. There will be amazing door prizes for attendance. Please join us, meet the IREMSC Board of Directors , get an overview of accomplishments and challenges in our region and help vote for new directors.

 
 
saturday sessions
Whats Wrong with the Rights- Mark Warth
Whats Wrong with the Rights- Mark Warth
No Charge 
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Saturday Apr 03, 2021 @  01:00:PM  —  02:30:PM AKDT

Medication administration in the prehospital setting is a complex process full of challenges to safe delivery. Beyond individual practitioner error, there are potential system flaws that, if changed, can set up Paramedics and EMTs for greater success. Join Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS) author Mark Warth, NRP, addressing pharmacology challenges in the prehospital setting.

 

 
Thinking Outside the Box- Dr. Corsa
Thinking Outside the Box- Dr. Corsa
No Charge 
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Saturday Apr 03, 2021 @  01:00:PM  —  02:30:PM AKDT

Trauma to the neck and chest can be some of the scariest and complex cases an EMS provider can encounter. In this lecture, we will discuss the anatomy, physiology, and pathology of both penetrating and blunt trauma to these incredibly vital structures. Then, using case studies, we will discuss the management options available to EMS providers and

how to use those tools to provide the best care possible for your patients.

 
Trying Not to Peds Yourself- Dr. Corsa
Trying Not to Peds Yourself- Dr. Corsa
No Charge 
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Saturday Apr 03, 2021 @  03:00:PM  —  04:30:PM AKDT

It’s not as bad as you think! While they are definitely some of the most emotional cases we can confront, pediatric injuries also offer many opportunities to truly make a difference in our patient’s lives. In this lecture, we will discuss how to approach pediatric trauma, how to formulate a logical plan, and how to put it into action.

 
I'm Not Dead Yet- Kyle Bates
I'm Not Dead Yet- Kyle Bates
No Charge 
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Saturday Apr 03, 2021 @  03:00:PM  —  04:30:PM AKDT

It wasn’t long ago that we transported every cardiac arrest patient that we encountered. Then came along the idea that we should terminate our resuscitative efforts on scene and now our transports have dramatically decreased. However, the current Universal Termination or Resuscitation (TOR) Guidelines have been reevaluated. In fact, we may start increasing our transports and with good outcomes too.

 

 
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