ONE DAY: FRIDAY – 8:00AM-5:00PM –
N. Barry Berg, PhD
Jennifer Campoli, DO
Derek Cooney, MD, FF-NREMTP, FACEP
Jeremy Joslin, MD, FAWN
Christian Knutsen, MD
Douglas Sandbrook, MA, NREMTP –
Upstate Medical University, Department of Emergency Medicine, in conjunction with the Cell and Developmental Biology Department, present this unique educational opportunity for the EMS community. This program includes the Gross Anatomy: A Review of Systems and Pathophysiology in the morning session.
Following a break for lunch participants will enter the gross anatomy lab to practice and learn essential skills with Upstate Medical University, Department of Emergency Medicine faculty. Students will perform procedures on cadavers and learn alongside nationally recognized faculty. Skills will focus on airway management, venous access, intraosseous access utilizing various insertion sites and techniques, management of chest trauma, field amputation demonstration. A certified instructor coordinator will be available to affirm your skills for CME recertification or regional credentialing, if needed.
Lunch provided. Maximum 24 students (minimum certification EMT-CC). Transportation to/from Oncenter provided, please arrive by 7:45am. Students must bring scrubs to wear in the gross anatomy lab; a change of clothes is highly recommended. Please be advised you may be standing for long periods of time. (NYS CME: All Levels – Preparatory)