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FDNY Medical Special Operations Conference 2016


The FDNY, in partnership with the FDNY Foundation, is proud to invite all first responders to the 4th annual Medical Special Operations Conference (MSOC). This conference serves as an important venue for Military, Federal, State and Local medical operators and planners to share experiences. It will also provide an opportunity to learn from other stakeholders and obtain insights from experts in the field on how to improve the response framework within the medical special operations community. Continuing Education Credit (CEU) will be made available to Paramedics, Nurses, Physician Assistants and Physicians.

The MSOC will take place over three days and will consist of workshops, lectures, panel discussions, hands-on skills and a vendor showcase with the latest equipment and products. An optional one day pre-conference workshop is available that will include a hands-on bio-skills cadaver lab, canine critical care workshop and a visit to the World Trade Center site.

For more information please call 718-999-2507

Exhibitors please call 718-999-0779

April 29 – May 1 , 2016

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Pre-Conference Workshops

Field Limb Amputation:
North Shore-LIJ Bioskills Education Center
1200 – 1500

Learn, watch and execute techniques relating to Urban Search and Rescue Medical Special Operations inside the North Shore-LIJ BioSkills Education Center. Participants will be given the opportunity to perform hands-on skills under the direction of some of the leading experts in this field. Topics will include: field limb amputation, vascular access and advanced airway management.

Search Canine Veterinary Care:
Animal Medical Center
1000 – 1500

A working veterinary lab with hands-on skills hosted at the NYC Animal Medical Center. Participants will learn, practice and execute skills on cadaver and simulated canine specimens. Lead by some of the country’s top veterinarians. Topics will include US&R canine medical care, advanced airway, vascular access and assessment.

Wilderness Medicine:
FDNY Fire Academy
1100 – 1500

Learn and practice hands-on skills on rendering emergency medical care in wilderness environments, which can be remote and austere. Hosted at the FDNY Fire Academy. Participants will get an opportunity to learn from experienced responders. Topics will include patient assessment, hypothermia, frostbite, management of trauma in a wilderness setting, high altitude illness, wild animal attacks, avalanche safety, lightning injuries and safety.

Care While Under Attack – Active Shooter:
FDNY Fire Academy
1100 – 1500

Learn to care for casualties while under hostile threat. Hosted at the FDNY fire academy. This workshop will cover topics and techniques to help participants operate safely, perform patient assessment and treat casualties in an active threat scenario. Experienced instructors from government, military, law enforcement and special operations medical teams will share techniques, team concepts and threat survival skills including a hands-on scenario.

Night Activities

WTC Visit /ceremony 1630 – 1730
NYC Fire Museum: Drinks & Light Fare 1800 – 2000

FDNY Academy: Randall’s Island

Lectures: 0845 – 1115

Emerging from the Rubble:
An earthquake survival account.
Standing Orders:
Most common types of injuries and treatment considerations for crush injuries.
Stop the Bleeding with Limited Resources:
Hemorrhage management in the field.
MEDSOF – Treatment Down Range:
Military approach to extended care.
Standard of Care for US&R on a Global Level:
International medical standards and coordination.
HOT TOPIC:
To be announced

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Lectures: 1230 – 1630
Hands-on Stations: 1230 – 1630
Technical Rescue Topic:
Disaster in the Clouds: Approach to High Rise Emergencies.
Rubble Pile Scenario:
A guided response from the technical to the medical including K9 care.
Mass Transit Disaster:
Casualty in the Metro System. MCI Triage, Care and possible dangers when operating in a sub level Metro system.
Compromised Work Zone:
What to do when the hot zone gets even hotter. When the scene becomes unsafe. Discussion of technical measures, safety concerns and care interruptions.
The Big City Disaster:
Partial interior building collapse, including ICS and medical team response to multiple victims.

FDNY Academy: Randall’s Island

Break-out Sessions (2 sessions): 0845 – 1130

Beyond 24 hours:
Preparing and providing extended patient care during prolonged extrication.
Are we on the same page?:
Ensuring standardized training for the medical specialist/operator.
Robot Medic:
Use of robotics and other technologies in US&R Operations.
MCI: Patient Care at the Causality Collection Point:
It’s not just about tourniquets.
Enhancing the Anticipator’s Role During Rescue Operations:
Best practices for ensuring readiness and optimizing operations.
Higher Level Canine Care:
To be announced
Incident Review:
Lessons learned from most recent large scale disaster(s).

AFTERNOON SESSIONS

Lectures: 1245 – 1645
Hands-on Stations: 1230 – 1630
Function and Roles of the Physician Medical Team Manager:
An in depth look at multilayered responsibilities of the medical team leader.
Rubble Pile Scenario:
A guided response from the technical to the medical including K9 care.
Mass Transit Disaster:
Casualty in the Metro System. MCI Triage, Care and possible dangers when operating in a sub level Metro system.
Compromised Work Zone:
What to do when the hot zone gets even hotter. When the scene becomes unsafe. Discussion of technical measures, safety concerns and care interruptions.
The Big City Disaster:
Partial interior building collapse, including ICS and medical team response to multiple victims.



OFFICIAL CONFERENCE HOTEL


55 CHURCH STREET
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, 10007
1-212-571-2316
CLICK HERE FOR SPECIAL ROOM PRICING
Group code: FDNYMC


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