IDAMC Schedule – 2016

International Disaster & Austere Medicine Conference
Mammoth Lakes, California
September 20-24, 2016

Schedule subject to change without notice. Final schedule and syllabus will be available in hard copy at event registration table. All times listed are Pacific Time.

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International Disaster and Austere Medicine Conference

Presented by Mammoth Medical Missions

September 20-24

Course Director: Richard Koehler, MD

21.0 Hours Category I CME

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Sept 20th


Day #1: Tuesday, September 20th 2016:

Location: Mammoth Brewing Company
2667 Main St, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546, (760) 934-3822
Parking available outside

1700 – 1800       Registration for IDAMC at Mammoth Brewing Company

1800 – 1930       Keynote Address: Impossible Dreams – East Face of Everest and Eradicating World Blindness

Geoffrey Tabin, MD

[Appetizers served and Cash Bar Available]

 

Sept 21st

Day #2: Wednesday, September 21st 2016:

Location: The Sierra Center Mall
452 Old Mammoth Road. Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Event is on the 2nd floor, top of the stairs in the events center
Parking available outside and underground
Phone: (760) 937-0889
0700-0800       Registration and Breakfast by Mammoth Private Chef

0800-0815       Welcome and Introduction

Richard Koehler, MD

0815-0845       Triage and Treatment Prioritization

Cully Wiseman, MD

0845-0915       Exercise Associated Hyponatremia

David Pomeranz, MD

0915-0930       Wound Management

Fru Bahiraei, MD

0930-0945       Save a Limb: Reduction and Splinting

Sierra Bourne, MD

0945-1000       Break

1000-1100       Humanitarian Principals

Kirsten Johnson, MD

1100-1300       Break Out Session A: Triage and Treatment Prioritization

To Be Determined

1100-1300       Break Out Session B: Wound Management

Fru Bahiraei, MD

1100-1300       Break Out Session C: Fractures and Splinting

Sierra Bourne, MD

1300-1800       Afternoon Break

1800                Catered Dinner by Mammoth Private Chef

1800-1900       MSF Surgery in War Zones; South Sudan, DR Congo and Brazzaville

David Kuwayama, MD

1900-2000       Panel Discussion #1 Big Group/Small Group or Start My Own?

David Kuwayama, MD

Geoffery Tabin, MD

Sierra Bourne, MD

2000-2100       The Care of the Pediatric Patient

Louisa Salisbury, MD

 

Sept 22nd

Day #3: Thursday, September 22nd 2016:

Location: The Sierra Center Mall
452 Old Mammoth Road. Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Event is on the 2nd floor, top of the stairs in the events center
Parking available outside and underground
Phone: (760) 937-0889

0700-1300       Free Morning

1300-1330       Know Before you Go:  Responder Preparedness

Scott McGuire

1330-1400       When Mono County Does Not Have Enough Resources – Help!

Rick Johnson, MD, MPH

1400-1500       Leadership and Team Effectiveness

Kirsten Johnson, MD

1500-1600       Multi-Agency Response and Coordination to Anticipated and Unanticipated Medical Incidents

Aram Bronston, EMT-P

1600-1700       Panel Discussion #2 Complex Humanitarian Disasters: Local/Regional/Global Perspectives

Rick Johnson, MD, MPH

Kirsten Johnson, MD

Aram Bronston, EMT-P

1700-1800       Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Kirsten Johnson, MD

 1800-2000       Catered Dinner by Triple B Bar-B-Que

Sept 23rd

Day #4: Friday, September 23rd 2016:

Location: The Sierra Center Mall
452 Old Mammoth Road. Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546
Event is on the 2nd floor, top of the stairs in the events center
Parking available outside and underground
Phone: (760) 937-0889

0700-0800       Breakfast by Toomey’s Catering

0800-0830       Pocket Ultrasound

Joshua Ennis, MD

0830-0900       ATLS (Chest Tube/Cricothyroidotomy/Diagnostic Peritoneal Lavage)

Fru Bahiraei, MD

0900-0930       Orthopedic Emergencies/Damage Control

Tim Crall, MD

0930-1130       Break Out Session A: ATLS

Fru Bahiraei, MD

0930-1130       Break Out Session B: Ultrasound

Joshua Ennis, MD

0930-1130       Break Out Session C: Extremity Amputation/Fasciotomy Skills

Tim Crall, MD

1130-1200     Adding Insult to Injury – Communicable Disease Risks in Humanitarian Emergencies

Rick Johnson, MD, MPH

1200-1230       Management of Ocular Emergencies in the Wilderness

Geoffery Tabin, MD

1230-1330       Lunch by Toomey’s Catering

1330-1500       Scenario Preparation Time

 

Sept 24th


Day #5: Saturday, September 24th 2016:

Location: Mammoth-Yosemite Airport
1300 Airport Rd, Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

0600-0700       Breakfast

0700-1100       Disaster Scenario

1100-1130       Debrief/Course Evaluations

 

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint providership of the University of Nevada School of Medicine and Mammoth Medical Missions. The University of Nevada School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education to physicians.

The University of Nevada School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 21.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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