4th CALS Conference on Rural Emergency Care

To be Held September 29, 2017 — University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus

Healthcare teams providing emergency care in rural areas and small hospitals encounter the same high-risk situations, make the same critical decisions and perform many of the same life-saving interventions as do their urban counterparts — but with a much smaller team and fewer resources. Rewards for taking on those risks include professional satisfaction and the sense of having had an enormous impact on the life of an individual patient and on the community.

The 4th CALS Conference on Rural Emergency Care was designed to help rural emergency care teams identify, avoid and manage the risks inherent in their practice, and to more fully appreciate the rewards that come with successfully meeting those challenges.

About 150 physicians, nurses, PA’s, NP’s, paramedics and others participated in discussions and hands-on interactive sessions to:

Topics include:

  • The CALS Hospital Program
  • Managing the Complicated Transitional Care Patient
  • Optimal Use of Capnography
  • Setup and Use of Chest Compression Devices
  • Best New Critical Care Literature for Rural Providers
  • New & Practical Equipment & Interventions for Trauma & Critical Care
  • High-Risk Clinical Decision
  • Real-Life Case Presentations
  • Managing Child Abuse in the Rural Hospital
  • Using Your Rural Emergency Skills Around the World
  • Opioid Overuse and Overdose
  • And much more…

 

Brought to you by world-class speakers and instructors!

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Exhibitors scheduled to date:

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3rd CALS Hospital Conference

Held October 9, 2015 — University of Minnesota St. Paul Campus

Healthcare teams providing emergency care in rural areas and small hospitals encounter the same high-risk situations, make the same critical decisions and perform many of the same life-saving interventions as do their urban counterparts — but with a much smaller team and fewer resources. Rewards for taking on those risks include professional satisfaction and the sense of having had an enormous impact on the life of an individual patient and on the community.

The 3rd CALS Hospital Conference was designed to help rural emergency care teams identify, avoid and manage the risks inherent in their practice, and to more fully appreciate the rewards that come with successfully meeting those challenges.

About 150 physicians, nurses, PA’s, NP’s, paramedics and others participated in discussions and hands-on interactive sessions to:

  • Share common experiences
  • Discuss problems and their solutions
  • Learn about new thinking and new technologies
  • Raise professional comfort level
  • Enhance personal and professional satisfaction

Platinum Sponsors

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Silver Sponsor

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Exhibitors

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