- Published: 23 May 2011
July 7-9, 2014
110 Sagamore Road
Bolton Landing, NY 12814
Register by May 23 and Save $75
Payment must accompany assembly registration form. E-mail confirmations will be sent prior to the start of the Assembly. Registration fee includes:
• Up to 12.50 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM
• Assembly materials
• Assembly breaks
• Research Forum
• Monday Networking reception
• Tuesday continental breakfast & lunch
• Wednesday continental breakfast
• Online at https://nyacep.org/scientific-assembly-registrant-registration-2014
• Call (585) 872-2417 and have your credit card ready (Visa, MasterCard, American Express accepted)
• Fax registration form to (585) 872-2419 (credit card payments only)
• Mail completed registration form to New York ACEP, 1130 Crosspointe Lane, Suite 10B, Webster, NY 14580-2986
On Monday and Tuesday, attendees will be able to visit a variety of exhibits in the assembly exhibit hall. Many will feature hands-on product demonstrations and opportunities for one-on-one consultations.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the American College of Emergency Physicians and New York ACEP.
The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this live activity for a maximum of 12.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a maximum of 12.50 hours of ACEP Category I credit.
New York ACEP reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course due to any unforeseen circumstances. In the event of a cancellation or postponement, New York ACEP will refund registration fees, but is not responsible for any related costs, charges or expenses to participants.
Robert S. Hoffman, MD FAACT FACMT FRCP Edin FEAPCCT
Professor of Emergency Medicine,
NYU School of Medicine; Chief of
Service, Division of Medical Toxicology
Department of Emergency Medicine
NYU School of Medicine
Amal Mattu, MD FAAEM FACEP
Professor and Vice Chair,
Department of Emergency
Medicine, University of
Maryland School of Medicine
Julie A. Mayglothling, MD FCCM FACEP
Departments of Emergency
Medicine and Surgery, Virginia
• Define tangible methods for improving leadership ability.
• Describe the most common causes of hypo and hyperthermia.
• Explain the literature to support passive and active rewarming techniques in patients with severe hypothermia.
• Identify the literature to support immersion and mist and fan for patients with severe hyperthermia.
• Identify a strategy to approach patients with overdose or bleeding complications secondary to novel anticoagulants.
• Outline the appropriate use of platelets, fresh frozen plasma, cryoprecipitate, calcium and tranexamic acid in the patient with massive transfusion requirements.
• Distinguish management plans for management of trauma patients on warfarin, clopidogrel and novel anticoagulants.
• Describe recent advances in emergency electrocardiography that will save a life.
• Name some of the newest concepts in evaluation of the patient with syncope.
• List some of the recent advances in management of acute coronary syndrome.
• Define some recent advances in the management of acute coronary syndrome and the patient in cardiac arrest.
• Describe the implications of QRS and QT prolongation in the setting of poisoning and the treatment(s) indicated.
• Discuss the classic ECG findings of calcium channel blockers, beta blockers, cardioactive steroids and adenosine antagonists.
• Discuss some of the advances in the management of a patient with chest trauma.
A premier Lake George hotel nestled among the awesome beauty of the Adirondacks, this historic Lake George resort sits along the shores of Bolton Landing inviting you to share timeless elegance, luxury accommodations, and modern amenities. Recreational offerings include golf, programs just for children, boating and fishing on the waterfront, complimentary tennis and other outdoor sports, plus indoor fitness, swimming, movies and games. The Sagamore is located at 110 Sagamore Road, Bolton Landing, NY 12814.
Accommodations: Reserve by May 23
At The Sagamore, you have a choice of accommodations to match your vacation and meeting needs. All accommodations are smokefree and offer high-speed wireless internet, data ports and televisions with access to games & movies and with daily housekeeping. For room descriptions, go online to http://thesagamore.com/stay.htm
Check-in 4 pm ~ Check-out 12 Noon
Discounted room rates* have been arranged for Assembly attendees. In order to secure discounted rates, you are strongly encouraged to make reservations prior to May 23, 2014. Online reservations are preferred by clicking here or by visiting www.thesagamore.com. Click “Check Availability.” Be sure to use New York ACEP’s group code NYACEP0714. Telephone reservations are also accepted by calling The Sagamore toll-free, 1-800-358-3585 and required after May 23, 2014.
|Lodge Room||lower level||$219 per night|
|Lodge Room||walk-in level||$249 per night|
|Lodge Suite||lower level||$329 per night|
|Lodge Suite||walk-in level||$349 per night|
|Hotel Room||garden view||$299 per night|
|Hotel Room||lake view||$329 per night|
|Hotel Suite||garden view||$399 per night|
|Hotel Suite||lake view||$429 per night|
*Rates are subject to a taxed resort fee of $25 per room per day as well as state and local taxes and county occupancy tax. This resort fee includes complimentary parking, entrance into Fitness Center, indoor and outdoor pools and waterfront, island and Golf Club shuttle and resort activities. For each additional person (over two people) ages 18+ sharing a room, there is an additional room charge of $25 per person per day.
If in need of special assistance while attending the Assembly, contact New York ACEP at (585) 872-2417 for arrangements in advance.
The material presented as a part of this course is not intended to represent the only, nor necessarily, the best methods or procedures appropriate for the medical situations discussed, but rather is intended to present an approach, statement or opinion of the author or presenters which may be helpful or of interest to the participants.
New York ACEP makes every effort to ensure that speakers at New York ACEP sponsored programs are knowledgeable authorities in their field. Attendees are nevertheless advised that the statements and opinions expressed by program speakers are those of the speakers, not New York ACEP.
Products and services exhibited by companies or organizations, other than New York ACEP, are not endorsed by New York ACEP. Speakers and times are subject to change without notice, at New York ACEP’s discretion.
July on Lake George can be warm during the day and cool in the evening. Expect a daily high temperature of 80-85 degrees and a low of 68-75 degrees. Dress for the assembly is resort casual. You may want to bring a lightweight sweater for inside.
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