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2013 Southern Burn Disaster Symposium
 


Event Starts:
Friday June 21, 2013
@ 7:00am

Event Ends:
Friday June 21, 2013
@ 4:45pm

Timezone
US/Eastern

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Location:
University of North Carolina Campus

135 Dauer Drive
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
US

Burn Symposium will be held in Rosenau Hall Rm 133 on June 21st from 07:00am to 5:00pm.

ABLS will be held in Bondurant Hall Rm G010 on June 20th from 07:30am to 4:30pm.

BCCC will be held in MacNider Hall 018 on June 20th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

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Southern Burn Disaster Program in the UNC School of Medicine

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The 4th Annual Southern Burn Disaster Symposium will be held on campus across from the School of Medicine in Rosenau Hall Room 133, in the School of Public Health. 

There will be preconference programs on June 20th, 2013 which will target Burn Care education for all the targeted audience.  (See Below)

07:00-07:45 Registration

07:45-08:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks

08:00-09:10 Topic 1 Peleg
Lessons learned from dealing with Terror Mass casualty Events, The Israeli Experience
Kobi Peleg PhD MPH
Head, Disaster and Emergency Medicine Management at Tel Aviv University
Director, National Center for Trauma and Emergency Medicine Research, Gertner Institute for Health Policy and Epidemiology

09:10-09:45 Topic 2 Strand
Through the Eyes of a Soldier. A Casualty Vignette and Managing a Mass Casualty Incident, Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Eric Strand, BSHS NREMT-P
United States Army, Sargent First Class, Special Forces Medic
Instructor, Joint Special Operations Medical Training Center

09:45-10:00 Break

10:00-10:45 Topic 3 Sheldon
20th Century Burn and Trauma Care, A Look at the Transformation of Emergency and Disaster Medicine, from the battlefield to the ambulance and the hospital, what we can learn from our past.
George Sheldon MD FACS
Chairman Emeritus, Department of Surgery
Zack D. Owens Distinguished Professor of Surgery
University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Director, Health Policy and Research Institute of the American College of Surgeons

10:45 -11:30 Topic 4 Charles
Third World Medicine, Experiences in Trauma and Burn Care from Malawi, Taking what we learn abroad and applying that knowledge in the US.

Anthony G. Charles MD, MPH
Director of the Adult ECMO Program
Associate Professor of Surgery – School of Medicine
Adjunct Associate Professor – School of Public Health
University of North Carolina

11:30-12:30 Lunch, On Your Own, Multiple On Campus Selections

12:30-13:30 Topic 5 Cairns
21st Century Burn Care. The latest/greatest in the Care for the Burn Injured Patient and what you should do to manage the care of patient with burn injuries.
Bruce A. Cairns MD FACS
Director, North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center
John Stackhouse Distinguished Professor of Surgery
Professor of Microbiology/Immunology
University of North Carolina School of Medicine

13:30-14:15 Topic 6 Holmes
Regenerative Medicine. One aspect regarding the future of burn care, emerging science from the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine and what this means to you.
James H. Holmes IV, MD FACS
Director, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Burn Center
Associate Professor of Surgery, Department of General Surgery
Wake Forest University School of Medicine

14:15-14:30 Break

14:30-15:00 Topic 7 Kearns
Planning for a Medical Disaster. What we’ve learned and matching local resources with local needs for a medical disaster and surge of injured patients.
Randy D. Kearns, DHA MSA
Program Director - Burn Surge Disaster Program - Department of Surgery
Administrator - EMS Performance Improvement Center – Depart. of Emergency Medicine
University of North Carolina – School of Medicine

15:00-15:50 Topic 8 Peleg
Burns and Terror, Let the Numbers Talk. What we can learn from recent international conflicts and apply in the civilian community.
Kobi Peleg PhD MPH
Head, Disaster and Emergency Medicine Management at Tel Aviv University
Director, National Center for Trauma and Emergency Medicine Research, Gertner Institute for Health Policy and Epidemiology

15:50-16:30 Roundtable Discussion

16:30-16:45 Summary and Evaluation

Preconference Educational Programs: (June 20th, 2013)

Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS) June 20th, 2013 7:30am to 4:45pm

For those wishing to attend the 2013 Southern Burn Symposium and take the ABLS Course the total cost will be $124.00. You must register for the symposium to qualify to receive this discount.  If you plan to only take the ABLS course and not attend the 2013 Southern Burn Disaster Symposium, the cost is $75.00.  Information about the ABLS Course taught by the Burn Disaster Program can be found at: www.ncburndisaster.org

 Burn Care Core Concepts (BCCC) June 20th, 2013 1:00pm to 5:00pm.

For those wishing to attend the 2013 Southern Burn Symposium and take the BCCC Course the total cost will be $99.00. You must register for the symposium to qualify to receive this discount.  If you plan to only take the BCCC course and not attend the 2013 Southern Burn Disaster Symposium, the cost is $30.00.  Information about the BCCC Course taught by the Burn Disaster Program can be found at: www.ncburndisaster.org

 

Program Cost:

               2013 Southern Burn Disaster Symposium Only - $99.00

            2013 Southern Burn Disaster Symposium and ABLS - $124.00

            2013 Southern Burn Disaster Symposium and BCCC - $99.00

Discount  ($22 for either of the following):

North Carolina, South Carolina, and West Virginia residents.  If you are a resident of these states then enter the discount code "Resident" when prompted. 

Members of the Military.  If you are a member of the military enter the discount code "Military" when prompted. 

The discount codes will only be available for registrations received by June10th.  

Target Audience:

The target audience includes those who respond first to the scene where a burn, blast, or traumatically injured patient is located, provides that care, and those who provide the initial care of those patients in the emergency department. There will also be discussions regarding planning for and response to these events and your role in the preparedness efforts. Finally, putting this all together includes how these disasters impact the communities we serve and the efforts to link prehospital responders to include public health preparedness, with the community hospitals before the patient reaches the trauma and burn centers. Success requires a team effort.   

Lodging:

A block of rooms are being made available for this program at the Chapel Hill Aloft Hotel at a rate of $83.00 plus tax/night.  There are a limited number of these rooms available and this special rate will expire on May 17th, 2013. 

Parking:

Parking will be on campus in the Dogwood Parking Deck directly across from UNC Hospitals at 101 Manning Drive, Chapel Hill.