Nursing CE Credited Sessions (PDF)

Tuesday, Sept. 19 Pre-Conference (Hyatt Regency Lexington, 2nd Floor)

Location: Jessamine Room Franklin Room
1230-1630 Nature Reliance. Craig Caudill

This session will help personnel, at all levels, to easily develop methods for decision-making in complex and simple environments. This will further assist personnel in being proactive rather than reactive to potentially dangerous situations. This will include a presentation and participant involvement in enhancing observation techniques, interpreting human behavior, and identifying critical event indicators.
Trivia Game - EMS Style, Reuben Farnsworth

This presentation has been cancelled as a pre-conference and has been moved to Tuesday evening as a "free-and-fun" event from 19:00 until 22:00 in the hotel lobby.

 

Wednesday, Sept. 20

Location: Heritage 2/3 Thoroghbred 1 Thoroghbred 2 Thoroghbred 3 Thoroghbred 4 Thoroghbred 5 Thoroghbred 6
Track: General Session BLS/ALS Track BLS/ALS Track Administrative Track Critical Care Track EducatorTrack BLS/ALS Track
0800-0815 Opening Ceremony            
0815-0915 Smoky Mountain Wildfires of 2016 - The State-Wide Mutual Aid Plan at Work, Greg Miller            
0915-0930 Break
0930-1030 Leading, Motivating, and Evaluating Employees, Greg Miller            
1030-1130 The Pentagon Attack Lessons Learned: An Eyewitness Account and Clinical Review, Allen Wolfe            
1130-1230 Lunch (on your own)
1230-1330   Customer Service for EMS, Greg Miller Blood & Blood Product Administration, Chuck O'Neal Compliance… Who's Responsible?, Linda Basham Paramedic to Patient Aortic Dissection (Part 1), John Malcomson KBEMS EMS Educator Orientation, Paula Coyle and Corrisa Walters Stop The Bleed Train the Trainer, Amanda Rist
You only need to attend one class.
1330-1345 Break  
1345-1445   New Age Drugs, Kentucky State Police What The Heck Is A V/Q Mismatch: RT 101 for Paramedics, Reuben Farnsworth EMS Leadership 101: The New Generation, Ashley Powell Aortic Dissection DeBakey I (Part 2), Sebastien Pagni, MD Stop The Bleed Train the Trainer, Amanda Rist
You only need to attend one class.
1445-1500 Break  
1500-1600

KAPA Board Meeting (Elkhorn B Room)

EMS Documentation: Things Have Changed, Greg Miller Old MacDonald Had a Multi-Systems Trauma: Farm Trauma - What You Need to Know, Reuben Farnsworth What is Medical Necessity? Are You Kidding Me? Give Me A Break!, Nancy & Phil Horn Preparing for Disaster-Tips and Tricks for the Difficult Intubation, David Olvera Stop The Bleed Train the Trainer, Amanda Rist
You only need to attend one class.
1700-1800 EXPO open for EMS Manager Only
1800-2000 EXPO open for all registered conference participants for Exhibitor Reception and Dinner (provided).
2100-??? EMS Appreciation Bash, Wild Cat Saloon, 123 Cheapside Rd. (two blocks east of the Lexington Convention Center in the Fifth Third Bank Pavilion). Open to all registered conference attendees, exhibitors, staff and their guests. Come join us for an evening of fun and EMS camaraderie after the EMS EXPO Exhibitor Reception. Sponsored by Air Evac Lifeteam.

 

Thursday, Sept. 21

Location: Heritage 2/3 Thoroghbred 1 Thoroghbred 2 Thoroghbred 3 Thoroghbred 4 Thoroghbred 5 Thoroghbred 6
Track: General Session BLS/ALS Track BLS/ALS Track Administrative Track Critical Care Track Educator Track BLS/ALS Track
0800-0815 Announcements            
0815-0915 Stop Sweating It! 15 Action Steps to Reduce Stress from Living the Ambulance Industry Lifestyle, Steve Wirth            
0900 Expo Opens
0915-0930 Break (visit with the Exhibitors)
0930-1030 Legislative Update            
1030-1130 If Life Is Worth Saving It Must Be Worth Living, Steve Berry            
1130-1230 Lunch in the Expo (lunch provided)
1230-1330   What Do You Mean He's Dead?, Steve Berry BSI…Am I Safe, Roger Cecil Phrases of Rejection - Words that lead to Denied Claims, Steve Wirth Triage and Initial Management of the Infant with Suspected Congenital Heart Disease, Callie Rzasa, MD KBEMS EMS Evaluator Course, Paula Coyle and Corrisa Walters Traffic Incident Management (TIM)
1330-1345 KBEMS Board Meeting (Elkhorn B Room) Break
1345-1445 Mama, Don’t let your Kids Grow Up To Be Ambulance Drivers, Steve Berry Electronics in EMS, Reuben Farnsworth First Impressions Make or Break You, Dan Durham Risk of Death in Patient's Using Antiplatelet with Blunt Trauma, Jason Smith, MD
1445-1500 Kentucky EMS Memorial Foundation (Elkhorn B Room) Break (EXPO closes for the day at 1500)
1500-1600   The "Big 8" Documentation Mistakes EMS Providers Make - Supervisors Overlook, Steve Wirth Glasgow Coma Score Review, Reuben Farnsworth EMS in the 21st Century: Expanding Care by Expanding Partnerships, Keith Wages Transporting the Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump, Tony Harrison
1830-2030 Elkhorn: EMS Awards Banquet (admission ticket required, sold seperately) Guest Speaker:

 

Friday, Sept. 22

Location: Heritage 2/3 Thoroghbred 1 Thoroghbred 2 Thoroghbred 3 Thoroghbred 4 Thoroghbred 5 Thoroghbred 6
Track: General Session BLS/ALS Track BLS/ALS Track AdministrativeTrack Critical Care Track Educator Track BLS/ALSTrack
0800-0930

Hot Car Deaths & Treating Heatstroke, Ken Bouvier

           
0930-1000 Enhanced Medicaid Reimbursement Project - The Overview, Keith Douglas            
0930 EXPO Opens
1000-1015 Break
1015-1115 Your Off-Duty Behavior Could Impact You While On-Duty, Ken Bouvier            
1115-1230 Lunch in the EXPO (box lunches provided). The EXPO closes at 1230.
1230-1330       Enhanced Medicaid Reimbursement Project - A Closer more Interactive Look, Keith Douglas There and Back Again- A Vascular Neurosurgeon's Tale, Justin Fraser, MD Bridging the Gap - Changes in EMS Education, Robert Galvin trag.e.dies "Are we ready for the next 40 years?", Ken Bouvier
1330-1345 Break
1345-1445       Regionalization of EMS Systems, Paul Phillips Current Treatment Strategies for Pediatric DKA, Adam Vukovic, MD Are you on course? Evaluation can help you find out, Sandy Hunter CISM - Supporting our Own, Robert Galvin
1445-1500 Break
1500-1600       The Art of Multiplication How the Best Leaders make Everyone Smarter, Robert Galvin Prehospital Evaluation/ Management of the Adult Trauma Patient, Brian Tucker, DO
Pig Trach/Lung Hands on Class Limit 15
Research for EMS: Investigation 101, Sandy Hunter STEMI Imposters, Floyd Miracle