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2022 Central Virginia EMS Education Expo
2022 Central Virginia EMS Education Expo
Bon Secours Health System Inc EDUCATION
Sat, May 14, 2022 — Sun, May 15, 2022
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Bon Secours Mercy Health System, Henrico Division of Fire and Chesterfield Fire & EMS have joined forces to provide the Central Virginia EMS Education Expo! This is the premier EMS education event in our region with our main core value to provide FREE education to our public safety partners.

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saturday & sunday, may 14 & 15 8:30-4:30
Advanced Medical Life Support
Advanced Medical Life Support
0/16 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 2

Advanced Medical Life Support (AMLS) remains the gold standard of education for emergency medical assessment and treatment. Endorsed by the National Association of EMS Physicians, AMLS emphasizes the use of the AMLS Assessment Pathway, a systematic tool for assessing and managing common medical conditions with urgent accuracy.

In the third edition of AMLS, students learn to recognize and manage common medical crises through realistic case-based scenarios that challenge students to apply their knowledge to highly critical patients. The course emphasizes the use of scene size-up, first impression, history, interactive group discussion on differential diagnosis and potential treatment strategies, and physical exam to systematically rule out and consider possibilities and probabilities in treating patients’ medical crises. The third edition AMLS library of patient simulations offers students an opportunity to apply critical thinking skills to a variety of patient presentations. Additional features include patient simulation monitor images and ECGs provided by iSimulate, to enhance students’ experience.


16 hours of Cat 1 CEs


ALS Area 16/BLS Area 11 - 3.5 hours

ALS Area 17/BLS Area 12 - 3.0 hours

ALS Area 18/BLS Area 13 - 1.5 hours

ALS Area 19/BLS Area 14 - 4.5 hours

ALS Area 20/BLS Area 15 - 3.5 hours


 
 
saturday - may 14 [08:30 - 09:30am]
1100 - Opioids, Stimulants & Medications Used to Treat Them
1100 - Opioids, Stimulants & Medications Used to Treat Them
1/71 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

Paul Brasler provides a review of various types of opioids, stimulants and current medications used to treat them.


BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 14

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 19




 
1101 - Drowning: What Happens Next
1101 - Drowning: What Happens Next
2/31 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 13

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 18


Removing a patient from the water is just step one. What do you do now? This class will review managing the drowning and near drowning patient.


 
1102 - Pediatric Orthopedic Injuries
1102 - Pediatric Orthopedic Injuries
1/36 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

BLS: Cat 1 Area 13

ALS: Cat 1 Area 18


This class will review common pediatric orthopedic injuries and prehospital management of those injuries.


 
1103 - STEMI Case Studies & Cardiogenic Shock
1103 - STEMI Case Studies & Cardiogenic Shock
15/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 12

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 17


Join Dr. John Troy Owens as he reviews various case studies about STEMI, cardiac arrest and cardiogenic shock!



 
1104 - Orthopedic Injuries & Pain Management
1104 - Orthopedic Injuries & Pain Management
1/27 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

BLS: Cat 1 Area 13

ALS: Cat 1 Area 18


Dr. Jacob Budny will review hip fractures and other orthopedic trauma. He will also review the EMS pain management protocol.

 
1105 - Capnography for ALS & BLS Providers
1105 - Capnography for ALS & BLS Providers
70/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

This class will provide prehospital providers with a comprehensive knowledge of how to use capnography to expertly treat critical and non-critical patients. The session will cover a broad spectrum of topics including: 1) how the machine works/troubleshooting; 2) use in non-arrest patients (e.g., respiratory insufficiency, panic attacks, hyper- and hypo-thermia); 3) use in cardiac arrest and shock.?


BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 11

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 16


 
1106 - Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation Part 1 of 3
1106 - Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation Part 1 of 3
11/18 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

BLS Cat: 2

ALS Cat: 1 Area: 16


Participants will be introduced to the use of Mechanical Ventilators as it applies to EMS scene response and inter-facility transports. Much of our time will be spent discussing BVM vs Mechanical Ventilator use and Modes of ventilation with advantages and disadvantages of each mode discussed. Settings/adjustments and troubleshooting alarms will also be discussed. Participants will be given hands on time using the Zoll AEV ventilator in various scenarios.


 
 
saturday - may 14 [9:45 - 10:45am]
1200 - Mental Health Emergencies vs. Medical Emergencies
1200 - Mental Health Emergencies vs. Medical Emergencies
1/72 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 1 Area 14


Your patient appears confused and seems to be talking to himself. Is this a psychotic episode? Substance Abuse? What else could it be? This course will explore the intersection of mental illness symptoms, medical symptoms and drug use, and will help you better assess patients in the field.

 
1201 - When Bananas Attack: Potassium Problems
1201 - When Bananas Attack: Potassium Problems
2/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area 14

ALS: Cat: 1 Area 19


From dialysis to diabetics or grandma who has been taking way to much of her potassium supplements, hyperkalemia is quick killer if not properly and appropriately treated. In this lecture we will look at how the body manages potassium, understand how potassium affects our organs, look at the some of the common injuries and illnesses that can cause hyperkalemia, and how we can treat this in the EMS and Medical Transport environments. 


 
1202 - STEMI Case Studies
1202 - STEMI Case Studies
66/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 17

BLS: Cat 1 Area 12


Dr. Chung will review multiple STEMI cases with 12 lead review as well as images from the procedures. Outcomes will be discussed.

 
1203 - The Mental Mayday-A Fireground Approach to Behavioral Emergencies Pa …
1203 - The Mental Mayday-A Fireground Approach to Behavioral Emergencies Pa …
4/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. Whether lost, trapped, or low on air, too often these dangers to late. Increasing firefighter’s ability to recognize impending danger and take proactive steps in their own rescue is paramount to fire ground safety. But what happens when a mayday is needed after the call, in the station, or at home? How do we call a mayday then? In the case of behavioral health injuries knowing when to call a mayday can be even more difficult to recognize. Often strategy and tactics applied in addressing mental health issues are dependent on the person receiving the request for assistance. In the Mental Mayday, we look at a real-life Mental Mayday from the perspective of the firefighter in danger and did not know how to call for help. We introduce students to the concept of using fire ground terminology and tactics to address The Mental Mayday and address key elements and obstacles that prevent us from calling for help.


 
1204 - Down the Hatch! Foreign Body & Caustic Ingestions in Children
1204 - Down the Hatch! Foreign Body & Caustic Ingestions in Children
7/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 1 Area 14


This class will review common foreign body airway obstructions in children and include poisoning by ingestion, whether unintentional or intentional. We will discuss how EMS should handle these types of patients.

 
1205 - Seize the Day: Seizures & Pseudoseizures for EMS Providers
1205 - Seize the Day: Seizures & Pseudoseizures for EMS Providers
69/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 1 Area 14


This talk will update EMS providers on types of seizures, common seizure meds and identification of pseudoseizures

 
1206 - Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation Part 2 of 3
1206 - Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation Part 2 of 3
11/18 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT
 
 
saturday - may 14 [11:00-12:00]
1300 - Psychedelic Medicine
1300 - Psychedelic Medicine
4/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 1 Area 14


Psychedelic Medicine is on the rise. Ketamine infusions and other non-traditional therapy is now available. Come learn a little more about these types of treatment and what to expect as an EMS provider!

 
1301 - In End-Tidal We Trust: Principles and Clinical Significance of Wavef …
1301 - In End-Tidal We Trust: Principles and Clinical Significance of Wavef …
74/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 11

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 16


In End-Tidal We Trust is geared for all providers who desire an introduction or review of waveform capnography. This lecture will also discuss how to interpret the waveform and how to add waveform capnography to your clinical toolbox. 


 
1302 - Risk of Hemorrhagic Transformation Post tPA in an Era of Less Than 5 …
1302 - Risk of Hemorrhagic Transformation Post tPA in an Era of Less Than 5 …
5/32 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 17

BLS: Cat 1 Area 12


All of the studies that have been done on hemorrhagic transformation have been done with an average DTN time of 60 minutes. This study looks at current prediction models and compares it to our data for hemorrhagic conversion.

 
1303 - The Mental Mayday-A Fireground Approach to Behavioral Emergencies Pa …
1303 - The Mental Mayday-A Fireground Approach to Behavioral Emergencies Pa …
5/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. Whether lost, trapped, or low on air, too often these dangers to late. Increasing firefighter’s ability to recognize impending danger and take proactive steps in their own rescue is paramount to fire ground safety. But what happens when a mayday is needed after the call, in the station, or at home? How do we call a mayday then? In the case of behavioral health injuries knowing when to call a mayday can be even more difficult to recognize. Often strategy and tactics applied in addressing mental health issues are dependent on the person receiving the request for assistance. In the Mental Mayday, we look at a real-life Mental Mayday from the perspective of the firefighter in danger and did not know how to call for help. We introduce students to the concept of using fire ground terminology and tactics to address The Mental Mayday and address key elements and obstacles that prevent us from calling for help.


 
1304 - 12 Leads: For More Than Just a STEMI
1304 - 12 Leads: For More Than Just a STEMI
3/36 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 17

BLS: Cat 2

A quick review over reading a 12 lead and what other problems we can recognize on a 12 lead and why we see them.

 
1305 - Surviving Sepsis Begins With You
1305 - Surviving Sepsis Begins With You
27/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 1 Area 14


Sepsis is a medical emergency that EMS frequently responds to. Severe sepsis usually can be fairly easy to recognize. But what about early onset sepsis. Early identification and aggressive treatment by EMS can literally be the difference between life and death for these patients. Come learn how surviving sepsis begins with YOU!

 
1306 - Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation Part 3 of 3
1306 - Introduction to Mechanical Ventilation Part 3 of 3
93/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT
 
 
saturday - may 14 [1:00-2:00pm]
1400 - Cardiogenic Shock - How to Identify It
1400 - Cardiogenic Shock - How to Identify It
74/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 17

BLS: Cat 1 Area 12


Define and identify cardiogenic shock in the field, review incidence of cardiogenic shock and learn about cardiogenic shock indicated therapy. 

 
1401 - Vasopressors: Which One Do I Choose??
1401 - Vasopressors: Which One Do I Choose??
2/37 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 17

BLS: Cat 2


A look at the different vasopressors and their Mechanism of Action, their use in different emergencies, and what we need for them to be effective.  

 
1402 - Whoa Baby! OB Emergencies
1402 - Whoa Baby! OB Emergencies
1/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 1 Area 14


Delivering a baby in the field doesn’t happen every day, but you need to be prepared for the possibility! This class will review a normal delivery and provide a few scenarios using a simulation OB mannequin. Come learn and get ready for Whoa Baby!

 
1403 - Mitigating Death Notification: Skills to Deliver an Appropriate Noti …
1403 - Mitigating Death Notification: Skills to Deliver an Appropriate Noti …
15/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Telling friends and family members that their loved one has died is no easy task. There's no textbook way of delivering that message for every situation. Come learn with Shannon Daniel as she provides you with skills to help deliver this difficult message about the death of a loved one.

 
1404 - EMS Operational Logistics in Correctional Facilities
1404 - EMS Operational Logistics in Correctional Facilities
1/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Responding to a jail or correctional facility can be intimidating! Come join the Henrico Sheriff's Office as they provide guidance on what to expect when responding to these facilities.

 
1405 - "Coup Contre Huh?" - TBI
1405 - "Coup Contre Huh?" - TBI
2/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 13

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 18


Uh oh...it happened again. The instructor started talking about "brain stuff' and it all started sounding the same. Well not this time! Approaching traumatic brain injuries(TBI) using videos of how they happen, as well as real surgical evacuations of hematomas, the student will get a chance to see the after-effects of TBI within the cranial vault, as well as how they're treated via surgical intervention. Wrapping things up with a look into how TBI and mental health are related, the student will walk out feeling more confident in differentiating "head bleeds", as well as warning signs and pre/post hospital care. 


 
1406 - Managing the Mental Mayday- An ICS Approach to Managing Behavioral H …
1406 - Managing the Mental Mayday- An ICS Approach to Managing Behavioral H …
88/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. A phrase no officer wants to hear. Whether lost, trapped, or low on air, too often these dangers are recognized late. The fire service works tirelessly to recognize the warning signs of impending danger and take proactive steps to prevent a Mayday. But what happens when a mayday is needed after the call, in the station, or at home? How do we call a mayday then? In the case of mental health injuries, when to call a mayday can be even harder to recognize. Often the strategies applied to the rescue can be inconsistent and depend heavily on officer closest to the Mayday. In Managing The Mental Mayday: An ICS Approach To Managing Behavioral Health Injury. We dissect the role of the company officer and draw comparisons on how best practices on the fire ground can assist a company officer in supporting a member in distress. Using a real-life Mental Mayday, we introduce company officers to the idea how utilizing the fire ground size up, principles of ICS, and how strong leadership can create a positive environment serving as a real proactive step to preventing and addressing mental health injury.

 
 
saturday - may 14 [2:15 - 3:15pm]
1500 - Stress First Aid Part 1 of 2
1500 - Stress First Aid Part 1 of 2
0/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


This set of tools is used to care for stress reactions in firefighters and EMS personnel. Unlike other acute stress management procedures, Stress First Aid is designed to support firefighters and EMS personnel. The goal is to restore health and readiness after a stress reaction. It emphasizes the importance of continuously monitoring the stress of personnel and to quickly recognize and appropriately help individuals to ensure a return to full-function. Stress First Aid fosters strong leadership and unit cohesion but is individualized to meet the needs of each person in each context; there are no one-size-fits all solution.


 
1501 - Neonatal Resuscitation
1501 - Neonatal Resuscitation
3/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 19

BLS Cat 1 Area 14


Neonatal Resuscitation is a low frequency occurrence but has high stakes! Come review what EMS needs to know about resuscitation of these little ones!

 
1502 - Unlearning the Lies We Taught You in EMS
1502 - Unlearning the Lies We Taught You in EMS
31/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


EMS educational content is constantly changing because the science of medicine is constantly changing. Often the time between changes in science and changes in field practice is delayed for material updates, protocol changes, and adoption. We will take a look at some of those changes and how you can change your practice today to better serve your patients. 

 
1503 - State of Stroke in Virginia: Where Are We Going as a Commonwealth?
1503 - State of Stroke in Virginia: Where Are We Going as a Commonwealth?
1/33 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 17

BLS: Cat 1 Area 12


Understanding the State of Stroke Care in Virginia and we will discuss the Coverdell grant, EMS involvement and our expectations for EMS in stroke recognition, triage and handoff to the ED.

 
1504 - Pop Quiz Hot Shot - You Just Got Assigned to Training. What Do You D …
1504 - Pop Quiz Hot Shot - You Just Got Assigned to Training. What Do You D …
22/35 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


So you just got assigned to Training...and you've never taught a class before. Sound familiar? While this can be a stressful situation, it doesn't have to be! This crowd-involved presentation will focus on common issues that new instructors face, as well as some instructional concepts that can take the stress out of the classroom. We will also touch on some simple technological resources available to supplement and enhance traditional classroom delivery. Hint : it's not PowerPoint!

 
1505 - Clinical Principles for Success with the EZ-IO
1505 - Clinical Principles for Success with the EZ-IO
9/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 2


This education session includes didactic and hands-on practice of new techniques utilizing raw eggs and sawbones. The didactic will cover the most current indications for use, contraindications, site selection (including the recommended humerus site), needle selection with the updated guidelines particular to pediatrics, humerus, etc., techniques, tips and pearls for insertion, care and maintenance of IO site and trouble shooting.

 
1506- Managing the Mental Mayday- An ICS Approach to Managing Behavioral He …
1506- Managing the Mental Mayday- An ICS Approach to Managing Behavioral He …
18/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. A phrase no officer wants to hear. Whether lost, trapped, or low on air, too often these dangers are recognized late. The fire service works tirelessly to recognize the warning signs of impending danger and take proactive steps to prevent a Mayday. But what happens when a mayday is needed after the call, in the station, or at home? How do we call a mayday then? In the case of mental health injuries, when to call a mayday can be even harder to recognize. Often the strategies applied to the rescue can be inconsistent and depend heavily on officer closest to the Mayday. In Managing The Mental Mayday: An ICS Approach To Managing Behavioral Health Injury. We dissect the role of the company officer and draw comparisons on how best practices on the fire ground can assist a company officer in supporting a member in distress. Using a real-life Mental Mayday, we introduce company officers to the idea how utilizing the fire ground size up, principles of ICS, and how strong leadership can create a positive environment serving as a real proactive step to preventing and addressing mental health injury.



 
 
saturday - may 14 [3:30 - 4:30pm]
1600 - Stress First Aid Part 2 of 2
1600 - Stress First Aid Part 2 of 2
0/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  03:30:PM  —  04:30:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


This set of tools is used to care for stress reactions in firefighters and EMS personnel. Unlike other acute stress management procedures, Stress First Aid is designed to support firefighters and EMS personnel. The goal is to restore health and readiness after a stress reaction. It emphasizes the importance of continuously monitoring the stress of personnel and to quickly recognize and appropriately help individuals to ensure a return to full-function. Stress First Aid fosters strong leadership and unit cohesion but is individualized to meet the needs of each person in each context; there are no one-size-fits all solution.

 
1601 - Your Body is a Big Dumb Animal and It Does Some Pretty Cool Things T …
1601 - Your Body is a Big Dumb Animal and It Does Some Pretty Cool Things T …
31/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  03:30:PM  —  04:30:PM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 11

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 16


Have you ever felt victimized by the pathophysiology chapter in an EMS textbook, or maybe had trouble following a lecturer as they explained the effects a disease has on the body to the microscopic level? If so, this is the class for you! Filled with the instructor’s awesome one-liners and horrible drawings, we’re going to cover some of the most common complaints in EMS like CHF, asthma and shock to name a few. Designed for both BLS and ALS providers, the class will go over the disease process itself, as well as common interventions(both BLS and ALS). 

 

 
1602 - Pediatric Cardiac Arrest: A New Paradigm
1602 - Pediatric Cardiac Arrest: A New Paradigm
9/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  03:30:PM  —  04:30:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 1 Area 14


Let’s take a look at the current practice of pediatric arrest management and why it doesn’t work. We will discuss this along with changes in PALS recommendations and the science behind them.  You will see that a few, small changes can make a big impact for our little people! 

 
1603 - Usual & Unusual Neurologic Syndromes & Things That Make You Go “Hmmm …
1603 - Usual & Unusual Neurologic Syndromes & Things That Make You Go “Hmmm …
62/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  03:30:PM  —  04:30:PM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 14

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 19


Hospital providers receive education about common neurological emergencies. The purpose of this lecture is to discuss the more uncommon neurological conditions that an EMS provider might encounter, such as Guillian-Barre, Mysathenia Gravis, or Supranuclear palsy. Education will be provided using lecture, video and case studies.


 
1604 - Nutrition for the EMS Provider
1604 - Nutrition for the EMS Provider
0/31 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Saturday May 14, 2022 @  03:30:PM  —  04:30:PM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 20

BLS Cat 1 Area 15


Marquita Whisonant will guide us through eating on the "go" as EMS providers and other ways to spice up our food.

 
 
sunday, may 15 9:00am-4:00pm
2106 - Just Breathe 911 - Zoll, Principles & Practice of Mechanical Ventila …
2106 - Just Breathe 911 - Zoll, Principles & Practice of Mechanical Ventila …
5/24 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 2
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  09:00:AM  —  04:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 16

BLS: Cat 2


Target Audience: Paramedics, EMT-Intermediates - working in a Pre-Hospital environment or Free Standing Emergency Department, Registered Nurses, & Emergency Medicine Physicians working in a Free Standing Emergency Department without respiratory therapy


Course Length: ~ 6 hours


Ventilator being featured: Zoll Z Vent/EMV+/AEV (Concepts applicable to all ventilators but will likely use different terminology or buttonology, very comfortable with the Hamilton T1, Hamilton C1, LTV 1000, & LTV 1200)


Topics Covered Include: 

·      Basic physiology review

·      Basic capnography review

·      Assist Control w/Volume Control & Pressure Control

      o   Zoll Mode: AC (V) & (P)

·      Continuous Positive Airway Pressure

o   Zoll Mode: CPAP

·      BiLevel Positive Airway Pressure

o   Zoll Mode: BL

·      Ventilator settings

·      Ventilator measurements

·      Ventilator alarms

·      Pathology specific strategies (TBI, asthma, COPD, crash airway, NIPPV, pulmonary edema)

·      In-line nebulization

·      Hands-on scenarios

 
 
sunday - may 15 [08:30 - 09:30am]
2100 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 1 of 4
2100 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 1 of 4
0/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


This course focuses on understanding the history and threat of suicide bombing to the United States as well as suicide bomber methodologies. The course guides first responders through the Nine Phases of a Bombing Incident as they relate to suicide bombers (beginning with bomber recruitment) with interdiction opportunities presented at every phase. First responders are provided with information on Suicide Bomber Improvised Explosive Devices (SBIEDs), SBIED component recognition, and delivery methods. Additionally, first responders are presented with the tools to recognize a suicide bombing threat and countermeasure planning tools to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of such an attack. This information enables first responders to return to their organizations and maximize efforts and planning for suicide bombing threats. 

 
2101 - Commanding the Mental Mayday Part 1 of 3
2101 - Commanding the Mental Mayday Part 1 of 3
23/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. A phrase no incident commander wants to hear. Whether lost, trapped, or low on air, too often these dangers are recognized late. Firefighter’s, company officers’, and incident commanders’ work tirelessly to recognize the warning signs of impending danger and take proactive steps to prevent a mayday situation. But what happens when a mayday comes after the call, in the station, or at home? How do we call a mayday then? In the case of behavioral health maydays, recognizing when to call a mayday can be even more difficult. Often the strategies applied to the rescue can be inconsistent and depend heavily on closest person to the Mayday. In Commanding the Mental Mayday: An Incident Command Style Approach To Addressing Behavioral Health Injuries. We review a real-life Mental Mayday from the perspective of the firefighter who lived through it. We evaluate the causes in missing the warning signs and delay in calling the mayday. Participants review how core principles of incident command systems can improve the quality and consistency of support provided to our members from the perspective of a command officer. Utilizing fire ground tactics and strategies common on the fire ground, we can ensure proper resource deployment, reduction of reflex time, proper accountability, and rapid rescue of firefighters in need of support.

 
2102 - LVAD & Heart Failure
2102 - LVAD & Heart Failure
0/35 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

BLS Cat: 1 Area: 12

ALS Cat: 1 Area: 17


This class will review the current state of the art treatment in heart failure management. We will discuss the rationale for medical therapy, treatment outcomes, and provide a detailed overview of device choices. LVAD implantation and successes will be reviewed as well as emergent evaluation of the LVAD patient at home.


 
2103 - Human Trafficking: What Every EMS Provider Should Know
2103 - Human Trafficking: What Every EMS Provider Should Know
0/71 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 15

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 20


Human trafficking may sound more like a plot in a movie than something that is happening in our own communities. Human trafficking occurs when force, fraud, or coercion is used to control another person for the purpose of engaging in forced labor or commercial sexual exploitation. Police, Fire, EMS and medical personnel may come into contact with these people through the course of their duties. Do you know what you would do and how you identify this potential victim?


 
2104 - Documentation: That's What She Said!
2104 - Documentation: That's What She Said!
20/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Discussion of dynamic challenges with modern EMS documentation. We will go over multiple opportunities with call sheets to protect you 

 
2105 - Mobile Integrated Healthcare: A Case Study
2105 - Mobile Integrated Healthcare: A Case Study
1/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  08:30:AM  —  09:30:AM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 14

ALS: Cat: 1 Area: 19


Review of Chesterfield County Fire and EMS Mobile Integrated Healthcare Unit. This class will also include case studies.


 
 
sunday, may 15 (9:45-10:45am)
2200 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 2 of 4
2200 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 2 of 4
1/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


This course focuses on understanding the history and threat of suicide bombing to the United States as well as suicide bomber methodologies. The course guides first responders through the Nine Phases of a Bombing Incident as they relate to suicide bombers (beginning with bomber recruitment) with interdiction opportunities presented at every phase. First responders are provided with information on Suicide Bomber Improvised Explosive Devices (SBIEDs), SBIED component recognition, and delivery methods. Additionally, first responders are presented with the tools to recognize a suicide bombing threat and countermeasure planning tools to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of such an attack. This information enables first responders to return to their organizations and maximize efforts and planning for suicide bombing threats. 


 
2201 - Commanding the Mental Mayday Part 2 of 3
2201 - Commanding the Mental Mayday Part 2 of 3
23/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. A phrase no incident commander wants to hear. Whether lost, trapped, or low on air, too often these dangers are recognized late. Firefighter’s, company officers’, and incident commanders’ work tirelessly to recognize the warning signs of impending danger and take proactive steps to prevent a mayday situation. But what happens when a mayday comes after the call, in the station, or at home? How do we call a mayday then? In the case of behavioral health maydays, recognizing when to call a mayday can be even more difficult. Often the strategies applied to the rescue can be inconsistent and depend heavily on closest person to the Mayday. In Commanding the Mental Mayday: An Incident Command Style Approach To Addressing Behavioral Health Injuries. We review a real-life Mental Mayday from the perspective of the firefighter who lived through it. We evaluate the causes in missing the warning signs and delay in calling the mayday. Participants review how core principles of incident command systems can improve the quality and consistency of support provided to our members from the perspective of a command officer. Utilizing fire ground tactics and strategies common on the fire ground, we can ensure proper resource deployment, reduction of reflex time, proper accountability, and rapid rescue of firefighters in need of support.


 
2202 - Intro to Tactical Medicine: Beginning a SWAT Medic Program Part 1 of …
2202 - Intro to Tactical Medicine: Beginning a SWAT Medic Program Part 1 of …
2/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20


This class will cover general awareness into tactical EMS and how to integrate EMS with law enforcement in a tactical environment.  


 
2203 - Stabilizing the Unstable - Advanced Management of the Unstable Patie …
2203 - Stabilizing the Unstable - Advanced Management of the Unstable Patie …
0/36 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 16

BLS Cat 2


Managing airway, suctioning, drawing up meds, preparing to intubate - there 's so much to do and your patient is crashing! What do you do first and how do you prioritize? Come join Tabitha as she uses her years of flight medic experience to show you how to "Stabilize the unstable"

 
2204 - EMS Survival Guide to Caring for Forensic Patients: Lessons on Carin …
2204 - EMS Survival Guide to Caring for Forensic Patients: Lessons on Carin …
29/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 20

BLS Cat 1 Area 15


Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), strangulation and abuse are all real and EMS providers see it first hand. This class will give EMS the tools necessary to properly treat these patients. The impact of COVID on domestic violence will also be reviewed.

 
2205 - Taking No For An Answer: Informed Patient Refusals
2205 - Taking No For An Answer: Informed Patient Refusals
33/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  09:45:AM  —  10:45:AM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Verbal Judo: The Art of Informed Refusals

 
 
sunday - may 15 [11:00 - 12:00]
2300 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 3 of 4
2300 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 3 of 4
0/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


This course focuses on understanding the history and threat of suicide bombing to the United States as well as suicide bomber methodologies. The course guides first responders through the Nine Phases of a Bombing Incident as they relate to suicide bombers (beginning with bomber recruitment) with interdiction opportunities presented at every phase. First responders are provided with information on Suicide Bomber Improvised Explosive Devices (SBIEDs), SBIED component recognition, and delivery methods. Additionally, first responders are presented with the tools to recognize a suicide bombing threat and countermeasure planning tools to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of such an attack. This information enables first responders to return to their organizations and maximize efforts and planning for suicide bombing threats. 


 
2301 - Commanding the Mental Mayday Part 3 of 3
2301 - Commanding the Mental Mayday Part 3 of 3
23/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Mayday, Mayday, Mayday. A phrase no incident commander wants to hear. Whether lost, trapped, or low on air, too often these dangers are recognized late. Firefighter’s, company officers’, and incident commanders’ work tirelessly to recognize the warning signs of impending danger and take proactive steps to prevent a mayday situation. But what happens when a mayday comes after the call, in the station, or at home? How do we call a mayday then? In the case of behavioral health maydays, recognizing when to call a mayday can be even more difficult. Often the strategies applied to the rescue can be inconsistent and depend heavily on closest person to the Mayday. In Commanding the Mental Mayday: An Incident Command Style Approach To Addressing Behavioral Health Injuries. We review a real-life Mental Mayday from the perspective of the firefighter who lived through it. We evaluate the causes in missing the warning signs and delay in calling the mayday. Participants review how core principles of incident command systems can improve the quality and consistency of support provided to our members from the perspective of a command officer. Utilizing fire ground tactics and strategies common on the fire ground, we can ensure proper resource deployment, reduction of reflex time, proper accountability, and rapid rescue of firefighters in need of support.


 
2302 - Introduction to Tactical Medicine: Beginning a SWAT Medic Program P …
2302 - Introduction to Tactical Medicine: Beginning a SWAT Medic Program P …
2/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

BLS: Cat 1 Area: 15

ALS: Cat 1 Area: 20


This class will cover general awareness into tactical EMS and how to integrate EMS with law enforcement in a tactical environment.  


 
2303 - Highway Safety
2303 - Highway Safety
65/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


Managing an incident on todays highways has become a literal killer for many of us. This course analyzes an incident where it did not go as planned and look at incidents across the country. We will discuss how to make a plan for a successful outcome for you, your crew and the citizens. We will look at best practices on a national level and why we do some of things we do. 

 
2304 - Toxidromes for EMS
2304 - Toxidromes for EMS
1/73 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 19

BLS Cat 1 Area 14


There are thousands of the substances that are toxic to humans and can present with a variety of signs/symptoms. This class will review the common toxidromes that EMS sees and how to respond to those emergencies.

 
2305 - Lessons from the Surfside Collapse
2305 - Lessons from the Surfside Collapse
29/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  11:00:AM  —  12:00:PM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 15

ALS: Cat: 1  Area: 20


Dr. Allen Yee of Chesterfield Fire & EMS, will guide the class through lessons learned from the Surfside Apartment Building collapse in Florida. Dr. Yee will provide a first-hand account of the situation on the ground and give insight into this tragic event.

 

 
 
sunday - may 15 [1:00 - 2:00pm]
2400 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 4 of 4
2400 - Prevention and Response to Suicide Bombing Incidents Part 4 of 4
0/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


This course focuses on understanding the history and threat of suicide bombing to the United States as well as suicide bomber methodologies. The course guides first responders through the Nine Phases of a Bombing Incident as they relate to suicide bombers (beginning with bomber recruitment) with interdiction opportunities presented at every phase. First responders are provided with information on Suicide Bomber Improvised Explosive Devices (SBIEDs), SBIED component recognition, and delivery methods. Additionally, first responders are presented with the tools to recognize a suicide bombing threat and countermeasure planning tools to prevent and/or mitigate the effects of such an attack. This information enables first responders to return to their organizations and maximize efforts and planning for suicide bombing threats. 


 
2401 - Hot Stuff! Burns/Critical Care Management
2401 - Hot Stuff! Burns/Critical Care Management
30/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 18

BLS: Cat 1 Area 13


Burn patients present a variety of concerns for the prehospital provider. Whether a chemical, thermal or radiological type of burn, we will review ways to manage these difficult patients. This class will also review burn depth and appropriate management. Come learn and feel more comfortable with your burn patient so you don’t think they are “too hot to handle!”

 
2402 - Ketamine for Seizures: A Match Made In Receptor Heaven
2402 - Ketamine for Seizures: A Match Made In Receptor Heaven
15/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 19

BLS: Cat 2


This lecture reviews core seizure pathology and introduces Ketamine as a viable option in treatment of prolonged seizures in both emergency and critical care environments.

 
2403 - Using Technological Aids During Search and Rescue Operations
2403 - Using Technological Aids During Search and Rescue Operations
2/35 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 20

BLS Cat 1 Area 15


Technology has come a long and seems to improve year after year. Come join us for a review of the advanced technology used by Henrico Fire including Drones.

 
2404 - “Shots Fired: Now What?” An Introduction to Tactical Medicine Part 1 …
2404 - “Shots Fired: Now What?” An Introduction to Tactical Medicine Part 1 …
68/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


The Henrico Fire Tactical EMS Team will review their role on an emergency scene and prepare the students on how to respond to these types of incidents and how to integrate with law enforcement. Hands on skills will help students understand the concepts discussed.

 
2405 - Mental Health Awareness Part 1 of 2
2405 - Mental Health Awareness Part 1 of 2
7/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  01:00:PM  —  02:00:PM EDT

BLS: Cat 1 Area: 15

ALS: Cat 1  Area: 20


An awareness level course on the affects mental health has on first responders. Topics include: Mental Health issues, causes and the stigma surrounding it; signs, symptoms, and treatment of Stress, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse; and how peer support can help. We will also identify resources your agency has available.


 
 
sunday - may 15 [2:15 - 3:15pm]
2500 - Burn Resuscitation
2500 - Burn Resuscitation
18/70 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 2
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 18

BLS: Cat 1 Area 13


An update on the changes in burn resuscitation beyond the Parkland Formula, including review of complications associated with both under and over resuscitation. We will also discuss the unique challenges in burn airway management and cover treatment of inhalation injury.

 
2501 - Trauma-Informed Emergency Response and Care for Survivors of Violenc …
2501 - Trauma-Informed Emergency Response and Care for Survivors of Violenc …
0/36 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Police 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 18

BLS: Cat 1 Area 13


This class will assist EMS in identifying victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and providing trauma-informed care.

 
2502 - Crew Resource Management
2502 - Crew Resource Management
8/25 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - HR 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS Cat 1 Area 20

BLS Cat 1 Area 15


Crew resource management helps teams overcome communication issues, poor decision-making, inadequate or undefined leadership, poor resource management and many other challenges. The goal for CRM is to empower a team to effectively use all of its available resources and skills to achieve its goals.

 
2503 - Airway Emergencies
2503 - Airway Emergencies
31/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Shared 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

BLS Cat 1 Area 11

ALS Cat 1 Area 16 


Positioning, suction, adjuncts, tubes – so many ways to help manage an airway, but are you prepared for any airway emergency? Come review various cases and learn about the best way to manage your problem airway patient!


 
2504 - “Shots Fired: Now What?” An Introduction to Tactical Medicine Part 2 …
2504 - “Shots Fired: Now What?” An Introduction to Tactical Medicine Part 2 …
68/100 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Fire 1
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

ALS: Cat 1 Area 20

BLS: Cat 1 Area 15


The Henrico Fire Tactical EMS Team will review their role on an emergency scene and prepare the students on how to respond to these types of incidents.


 
2505 - Mental Health Awareness Part 2 of 2
2505 - Mental Health Awareness Part 2 of 2
9/30 LEFT  
Henrico Training Center - Sheriff - Downstairs
Sunday May 15, 2022 @  02:15:PM  —  03:15:PM EDT

BLS: Cat: 1 Area: 15

ALS: Cat: 1  Area: 20


An awareness level course on the affects mental health has on first responders. Topics include: Mental Health issues, causes and the stigma surrounding it; signs, symptoms, and treatment of Stress, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse; and how peer support can help. We will also identify resources your agency has available.


 
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