Strive to Revive Improving Neonatal and Pediatric Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care
The goal will be to help hospitals deal with processes, protocols, and QI issues. The purpose of this workshop series is to provide participants with information about the most recent resuscitation research results, how this information can be used in their facility; expand their knowledge and understanding of the GWTG-R measures as well as the research and support behind the development of the measures.
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Strive to Revive Improving Neonatal and Pediatric Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care

 

Participation and Successful Completion

Successful completion of this CE activity includes the following: (1) Register and attend. (2) Complete the evaluation survey (3) Print your CME/CE Certificate from your own printer. The link to the CME/CE “Lifelong Learning” website is learn.heart.org.

 

Hardware/Software Requirements

Internet Explorer 7 or greater

Firefox (Latest Version)

Google Chrome

Windows 7 or above

Safari (Latest Version)

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Internet Explorer is not supported on the Macintosh.

Mac OS 10.4

 

Workshop Location

Columbus Marriott Northwest

5605 Blazer Parkway

Dublin, OH 43017

 

Cost to Attend

$40.00

Payment by check is accepted.  Send payments to:

Gabrielle Dinkin

Administrative Associate, QSI

American Heart Association

1617 John F. Kennedy Blvd #700

Philadelphia, P.A. 19103

 

Cancellation Policy
Refund of registration fee, less a $25.00 administration fee, will be given if written notice of cancellation is postmarked by May, 26, 2016.  Refunds or credits will not be issued after May, 26, 2016.  To cancel, please call Gabrielle Dinkin, (215) 575-5225.

 

Target Audience

Physicians -

Hospital Administrators, Emergency Room staff, ACEP Directors

(Am. College of Emergency Physicians), MET & RRT Teams

(Medical Emergency & Rapid Response Teams; Code Teams),

CPR Trainers

                             

Nurses -

Emergency Room and ICU staff, Quality Improvement staff, MET

& RRT Teams (Medical Emergency & Rapid Response Teams;

Code Teams; Physician Team Leaders), CPR Trainers, Acute Care

Nurse Practitioners

 

Pharmacists -

Clinical pharmacist based in hospitals

 

EMS –

Emergency Room staff, MET & RRT Teams (Medical Emergency &

Rapid Response Teams aka Code Teams), CPR Trainers

 

Other -

Nursing Supervisors, Quality Improvement staff, Other hospital

based staff that interface with emergency response.

 

Description

This educational activity is designed to enhance support resuscitation in Neonates and Pediatrics; and provide best practices for improving care through didactic presentations and group discussions, as well as promote networking with professionals across the region. 

The goal will be to help hospitals deal with processes, protocols, and QI issues. The purpose of this workshop series is to provide participants with information about the most recent resuscitation research results, how this information can be used in their facility; expand their knowledge and understanding of the GWTG-R measures as well as the research and support behind the development of the measures.

 

Learning Objectives 

At the completion of this course, the learner will be able to:

  1. Discuss at least two emerging trends in neonatal and pediatric sudden cardiac arrest management based on the newest guidelines.
  1. Explore and discuss innovative methods to improve the quality of care delivered and clinical outcomes for children who suffer a cardiopulmonary arrest.
  1. Demonstrate two different feedback systems utilized to improve efforts in resuscitation practice for hospital and EMS.
  1. Discuss principles to guide neonatal and pediatric ECC healthcare professionals in making difficult decisions to start or stop CPR and ECC neonate and pediatric patients.
  1. Describe two best practices for systematic training and evaluation of hospital-based code teams for neonate and pediatric patients.
  1. Discuss strategies to alleviate misconceptions EMS providers may have caring for the neonatal and pediatric resuscitation victim.
  1. Determine event based clinical and process improvements (“take home lessons”) participants can implement in their own code teams to avoid undesirable outcomes.
  1. Discuss which resuscitation guidelines should be used for neonates, NRP or PALS.
  1. Discuss aspects of care for pediatric patient in differing environmental emergencies.
  1. Explain/Describe the rationale for regional systems of care for neonatal and pediatric patients resuscitated from cardiac arrest recommended elements of such systems, and how hospitals can integrate EMS into the development of this system of care model.
  1. Identify and discuss pediatric emergencies involving poisons and toxicology.

 

Course Agenda

Time

Presentation Title

Faculty

Corresponding learning Objective (list by number)

7:45-8:00

Welcome

 

 

8:00-9:30

Guidelines Update for

Neonatal and Pediatric

CPR and ECC (2015) and

Trends in High Quality

CPR

Dr. Vinay Nadkarni, James Davis

1

9:30-9:45

Break

 

 

9:45-10:30

Improving Code Team

Dynamics

Dr. Ken Tegtmeyer

2

10:30-11:30

Code Debriefing:

Improving Quality of Care

Through Structured

Review

Dr. Ken Tegtmeyer,

Dr. Andy Yates

3

11:30-12:15

Ethical Aspects of CPR

and Emergency

Cardiovascular Care

Dr. Sue Sreedhar,

Dr. Rajit Basu

4

12:15-1:15

Lunch and Networking

 

 

Breakout Sessions: 1:15-2:00

 

Code Team Training and

Assessment: Best

Practices from the Floor

Dr. Tensing Maa,

Dr. Ken Tegtmeyer,

Dr. Kesheva Gowda

5

 

Are Kids Just Little

Adults? Reducing Fear in

EMS Around Treating

Pediatric Patients

Deena Brecher

6

 

Sim Workshop – Option 1

Nationwide

Children’s Hospital

Simulation Lab

7

2:00-2:05

Transition

 

 

Breakout Sessions: 2:05-2:50

2:05-2:50

NRP vs PALS

Dr. Richard

Fernandez,

Dr. Molly Ball

8

 

Resuscitating the

Drowning Victim and

other Environmental

Emergencies

Mark Johnson

9

 

Sim Workshop – Option 2

Nationwide

Children’s Hospital

Simulation Lab

7

2:50-3:00

Break/Transition

 

 

Breakout Sessions: 3:00-3:45

3:00-3:45

A Hub and Spoke Model

for Pediatric Critical Care

Dr. Michael

Wittkamp

10

 

Pediatric Toxicology for

EMS Providers

Mark Laubacher

11

 

Sim Workshop – Option 3

Nationwide

Children’s Hospital

Simulation Lab

7

3:45-4:00

Wrap-up and Exit

Conference

 

 

 

Faculty

Vinay Nadkarni, MD, MS

Endowed Chair, Professor,Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care Medicine Medical

Director, CHOP Center for Simulation, Advanced Education, and Innovation Associate

Director, University of Pennsylvania Center for Resuscitation Science

 

James Davis

Deputy Chief

City of Columbus Division of Fire

 

Ken Tegtmeyer, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics, Division of Critical Care Medicine Chair

Cincinnati Children's Hospital

 

Andy Yates, MD

Pediatric Cardiologist, The Heart Center at Nationwide Children's Hospital

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics in the Divisions of Cardiology and Critical Care Medicine

 

Sue Sreedhar, MD, FAAP

Department of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital

 

Rajit Basu, MD, MMI, FAAP, FCCM

Assistant Professor, Division of Critical Care Co-Director

Center for Acute Care Nephrology

Co-Director, Pediatric Critical Care

Fellowship Department of Pediatrics Cincinnati Children’s

Hospital Medical Center

 

Tensing Maa, MD

Director, Insitu Simulation Co-Chair Code Blue Committee

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pediatrics Division of Critical Care

Medicine Nationwide Children's Hospital

 

Kesheva Gowda, MD

Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Cleveland Clinic Children's

 

Deena Brecher, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC, CEN, CPEN

Clinical Director – Emergency Services

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

 

Richard Fernandez, MD

Pediatric Cardiology and Critical Care Medicine

Director of Heart Center Simulation

The Heart Center

Nationwide Children's Hospital

 

Molly Ball, MD

Pediatrician, Division of Neonatology

Nationwide Children's Hospital

 

Mark Johnston, BA, REMTP

Emergency Medical Services Coordinator

Project Heart ReStart Coordinator

The Christ Hospital Health Network

 

Michael Wittkamp, MD, FAAP

Assistant Professor, Heinrich A. Werner

Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine

Director of the Kentucky Children’s Hospital Simulation Education Program

Pediatric Critical Care Residency Education Director

The Kentucky Children’s Hospital

 

Mark Laubacher, RN, BSN, CEN, CSPI, EMT-P

Specialist in poison information

Central Ohio Poison Center

 

Accreditation Statements:

The American Heart Association is accredited by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

AMA Credit Designation Statement - Physicians

The American Heart Association designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.  Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

AAPA Credit Acceptance Statement – Physician Assistants

AAPA accepts certificates of participation for educational activities certified for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™ from organizations accredited by ACCME or a recognized state medical society. Physician assistants may receive a maximum of 6.75 hours of Category 1 credit for completing this program.

AANP Credit Acceptance Statement – Nurse Practitioners

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) accepts AMA PRA Category 1 CreditTM from organizations accredited by the ACCME.

**AMA Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. Credit will no longer be available to claim after December 9, 2016.

ANCC Credit Designation Statement - Nurses

The maximum number of hours awarded for this CE activity is 6.75 contact hours.

**ANCC Credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE will no longer be available to claim after December 9, 2016.

ACPE Credit Designation Statement – Pharmacists

ACPE Credit: 6.75 Contact Hours.  Universal Program Number: 0256-0000-16-839-L01-P

**ACPE Credit must be claimed within 30 days of participation. ACPE credit will no longer be available to claim after July 9, 2016.

Continuing Education Accreditation – Emergency Medical Services

This continuing education activity is approved by the American Heart Association, an organization accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE), for 6.75 Advanced CEHs, activity number 16-AMHA-F1-0316.

By claiming CAPCE credit, the claimant acknowledges the following: I understand that the American Heart Association as a requirement of CAPCE accreditation will submit a record of my course completions to the CAPCE AMS. I further understand that my course completion records may be accessed by or shared with such regulators as state EMS offices, training officers, and NREMT on a password-protected, need-to-know basis. In addition, I understand that I may review my record of CAPCE-accredited course completions by contacting CAPCE.

 

**CAPCE credit must be claimed within 6 months of attendance. CME/CE credit will no longer be available to claim for this activity after December 9, 2016.

 

Disclosures

All persons who develop and/or control educational content in CME/CE activities provided by the American Heart Association will disclose to the audience all financial relationships with any commercial supporters of this activity as well as with other commercial interests whose lines of business are related to the CME/CE-certified content of this activity.  In addition, presenters will disclose unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or devices discussed in their presentations.  Such disclosures will be made in writing in course presentation materials.

 

Medium

This activity is a live or a virtual link activity depending on the location.

 

Contact Information

To contact the American Heart Association for any questions, please call our customer support center at 888-242-2453.

 

Policy on Privacy and Confidentiality:

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Copyright Information

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Commercial Support

This activity did not receive independent medical educational grants.
Type:  Live Activity
$40.00
Activity Price
111 Registered Users
Live Meeting Information
Start: Thursday, June 9, 2016 - 7:45 AM
End:
Thursday, June 9, 2016 - 4:00 PM

Location: Columbus Marriott Northwest
5605 Blazer Parkway
Dublin, OH 43017
US

Credits
6.75 Credits> Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education> AMA PRA Category 1 Credit

6.75 Contact Hours> Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education> ACPE

0 Credits> American Heart Association> AHA

6.75 Credits> American Nurses Credentialing Center> ANCC

6.75 Credits> Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education> Attendance Credit

6.75 CEH> CAPCE> CAPCE Advanced