Peds Pitfalls Medical & Traumatic Emergencies - Cedars-Sinai Sim Center, CA
The Womens Guild Simulation Center for Advanced Clinical Skills at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Is Proud to Present...
Scott DeBoer, RN, MSN, CPEN, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, EMT-P, is an internationally recognized pediatric emergency nurse expert and the founder of Pedi-Ed-Trics Emergency Medical Solutions, LLC (Formerly Peds-R-Us), one of the largest emergency pediatric education companies in the country. Having presented around the world for over 30 years, his extensive training in emergency, critical care, and flight nursing makes his presentations full of sensible, real-life, easy to understand advice and tips. Scott has co-authored over 100 medical articles for nurses, paramedics, and respiratory therapists and has also authored 7 emergency nursing books, including his newest 4th Edition (2021)... Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse Review, "Putting It All Together." Often called the "Jim Carrey" of the emergency nursing world, Scott's use of humor and personal experiences will have medical professionals laughing as they learn.
Credits are available for: Nurses, paramedics, and respiratory therapists.(Physicians are welcome to attend, but CMEs are not available)
The process for submitting your contact hours is automated. Within 24 hours following the course, you will need to complete an evaluation and provide your licensure information. Your course certificate will immediately be emailed to you as confirmation of receipt of your information. ** We cannot submit your contact hours without this information ** Requests for certificates/CEUs after 24 hours require a $25 fee.
For those who utilize CE Broker for tracking of your respective state's CEUs, reminder that you must self-report this course CE to CE Broker. The completion certificate will have all necessary information, however, participants must self-report.
Nursing - 7 contact hours for nurses - ENA code: 200315-IN3-CR-2. ENA has approved 7 Contact Hours Category of Clinical; 7 meet Pediatric requirements and ENA has approved 3 Contact Hours Category of Trauma. This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by the Emergency Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Centers Commission on Accreditation.
** NURSES: If combined with 1-Day Skills Lab Wednesday 9/29 --OR-- Friday 10/01... Meets the requirements for mandatory EDAP/14-hour Pediatric Emergency Course (PEC)
EMS - 7 credit hours for paramedics - This continuing education activity is approved by the Commission on Accreditation for Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE) for 7 hours. Type: Advanced. Provider: IEDT9052. Course Number: 21-IEDT-F2-0051. CAPCE represents that this program has met standards for accreditation and does not endorse the opinions or content presented. For more information, or to register a concern go to:
Respiratory Therapy - 7 contact hours for respiratory therapists have been approved by the American Association for Respiratory Care (AARC).
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Includes breakfast, lunch, parking and CEUs
- Monday 9/27 Peds Pitfalls Class Only - $275
- Combined with 1-Day Skills Lab: Wednesday 9/29 --OR-- Friday 10/01 - $535
Refunds are allowed up to 2 weeks prior to the course - contact registration email.
CAN'T MAKE IT...(Please email or call if you are unable to attend for any reason. This will allow someone else to take your place since seating is very limited)
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Ticketing & Onsite: Brett Dodd, RN, MSN - Manager, Simulation Education email@example.com (424) 315-2311
Content, or CE information : Pedi-Ed-Trics Emergency Medical Solutions, LLC toll free (888)-280-Peds(7337) Info@PediEd.com
What time should I get to class?
Registration/sign-in begins at 7:00 AM and class will begin at 7:30 AM sharp. Bring your registration confirmation email. Your name will be on the list if you forget your ticket... but for quicker processing, have your registration ready at check-in.
What should I bring to the event?
Bring your credentialing information with you to the seminar! Also, a light sweater or jacket as room temperature can fluctuate.
How do I know if tickets are still available for this program?
Class size is very limited and is on a first come basis. Contact the registration email (GroupSimulationAdminSupport@cshs.org) to see if there are still seats available or if the event is sold out.
This full-day intensive seminar was developed exclusively for nurses, respiratory professionals and critical care paramedics by international peds nurse expert Scott DeBoer. Weve combined the best of Scott's long-running Treating Tiny Trauma and Crashing Kids programs to bring you this all new, fast-paced pediatric emergencies course that will build on your pediatric knowledge and skills. Also incorporated just for this event... "Landmark Pediatric Lawsuits and Lessons Learned" to help you cover your assets!
Emergency medical professionals and trauma junkies alike... this class will use real-life scenarios you can apply to your pediatric care/knowledge and put into practice immediately. Includes a down-to-earth practical review of advanced airway management, head and spinal cord trauma, chest and abdominal trauma, burns, extremity trauma, resuscitation, respiratory emergencies, near drowning, emergency toxicology, pain management, and sedation. Additionally the instructor, Scott DeBoer, will include his unique expert witness insights from actual closed medical malpractice cases to help you identify the key principles in avoiding, or at least surviving, a peds medical malpractice suit!
Sign-in begins at 7:00 AM.
Class begins at 7:30 AM and concludes at 4:00 PM