Medical Services

Presentations from the 2015 Trends in Trauma Conference

Listed below are links to the pdf versions of the presentations at the 21st Annual Conference.

• Organizational Radicals: Change and Innovation
Marlies van Dijk, RN, MSc

• The Latest Look at Spinal Immobilization
Scott Gilmore, M.D., EMT-P

• An Update on Pre-Hospital Care
Mark D. Levine, M.D., FACEP

• Stupid Kid Tricks
Mary Alice McCubbins, NP

• Culture Change: Not as Easy as it Sounds
Marlies van Dijk, RN, MSc

• Active Shooter
Tom Hornyak, RN, BSN, CEN, PHRN

• Prolonging Safe Driving Life Expectancy of High-Risk Elders
James Stowe, PhD

• Pediatric vs. Adult Trauma
Douglas Schuerer, MD

• Traumatic Big Wounds from Accident Scene to Healing Initiatives
John P. Kirby, MD, FACS

• Current Treatment of Traumatic Hemorrhage: The TXa story
Grant V. Bochicchio, MD, MPH

• Look Doc - I even brought the Snake
S. Eliza Halcomb, MD

• Treating Post Traumatic Stress: Medical vs. Alternative Treatments
Adam Magers, MS

• Traumatic Injuries of the Pelvis
Isaiah Turnbull, MD, PhD

• Designer Drugs for Modern Times
S. Eliza Halcomb, MD

• The Importance in Teamwork
Billy Kollmar, RN

EMS Appreciation 2011

The work done by area emergency medical services (EMS) are critical in saving lives and improving outcomes. To everyone with EMS, thank you for all you do. For more information about trauma services at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, click here.


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