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First Annual Emergency Medicine Symposium

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PATERSON, NJ (APRIL 20, 2009)- Over 100 attendees from 12 different institutions across New Jersey gathered recently at the Passaic County Public Safety Academy in Wayne for the 'First Annual Emergency Medicine Symposium' presented by St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center in Paterson, NJ. Over the course of two days, attendees were educated on topics such as new trends in emergency medicine; options in neurological, pediatric facial, and ophthalmological trauma; advances in Emergency Ultrasound, Sepsis, Trauma, CPR; and changing requirements for Geriatric Care, among others.

 

Participants - physicians, nurses, medical residents, and paramedics - benefited from the knowledge of 15 St. Joseph's physician-experts, as well as keynote speaker David H. Newman, MD, Director, Clinical Research Program, Columbia University and Department of Emergency Medicine, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center, New York.

 

Two hands-on mini sessions, Fundamentals of Emergency Ultrasound and Advance Airway: High Fidelity Simulation Lab, were also offered in addition to the lecture presentations.

 


 

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