Critical Concepts in Emergency Medicine is an annual three day course designed to present and discuss new and controversial developments in the practice of Emergency Medicine. Topics include: cardiology, airway, ultrasound and infectious diseases. Interactive group discussions will allow participants to ask questions to presenters and peers. Topics include: cardiology, airway, ultrasound and infectious diseases. Interactive group discussions will allow participants to ask questions to presenters and peers.
The conference is held during the famous French Quarter Festival - Louisiana's largest free music event, a three-day local music showcase scattered throughout the French Quarter in New Orleans. There are music performances on fifteen stages. The festival also features the "World's Largest Jazz Brunch" featuring food booths operated by nearly sixty local chefs and restaurants throughout the festival weekend.
Physician: USD 550.00,
PA / NP: USD 475.00,
RN / EMT: USD 375.00,
Fellows / Residents: USD 275.00,
Students: USD 0.00,
Optional Ultrasound Workshop: USD 200.00
Speakers: Ellen Slaven, MD, Jen Avegno, MD, Jeffrey Carter, MD, Juan Duchesne, MD, Jeff Elder, MD, John J. Hutchings, MD, Rebecca Hutchings, MD, Jorge Martinez, MD, Meghan Maslanka, MD, Lisa Mills, MD, Trevor Mills, MD, Lisa Moreno-Walton, MD, Ashley Shreves, MD, Randy Sorge, MD, Bo Stubblefield, MD, Victor Tuckler, MD, Chris Willoughby, MD, Chris Woodward, DO
Time: 7:00 am to 2:00 pm