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Sunday, February 25, 2018

Each presentation will include 8 minutes for questions from the audience. In workshop sessions, registrants will rotate through each 45-minute workshop

0630 Breakfast and registration
0715 Welcome and Introduction
Dr. Joel Yaphe
O730 “The Golden Rules: Parenthood and EM”
All you ever need to know about EM can be learned at the front line of parenthood. Clinical pearls, pitfalls and best evidence of EM/parenthood
Dr. Kylie Bosman
0800 What Your Colleagues are Reading
Papers from recent Adult EM literature will be reviewed. You decide if you want them to change the way you practice
Dr. Joel Yaphe
0830 The Ottawa Ankle Rules are ‘Bad to the Bone’ …. and other ED Ortho Tips!
ED MSK injuries are commonly missed. From the perspective of an Emergency Physician who also runs a Minor Fracture Clinic, this ‘big picture’ session will highlight reasons for ortho ED misdiagnoses – and quite possibly change your ED ortho approach on your next shift
Dr. Arun Sayal
0900 What’s trending in Toxicology
Dr. Lisa Thurgur
0930 Panel discussion with audience
1600 Après-ski refreshments

Afternoon Session Rotating Breakouts

Session 1 1630 – 1715
Session 2 1720 – 1805
Session 3 1810 – 1855

  • Ocular Trauma: It’s all fun and games until somebody loses an eye
    A tennis ball to the socket, splinter to the eye or fall with facial smash. This patient will focus on identifying and managing critical traumatic injuries to the eye
    Dr. Anna MacDonald
  • A New Twist on Ankle and Foot Injuries
    This workshop will highlight subtle, but important ankle and foot injuries that are commonly missed or commonly mismanaged. Keys on history, physical and x-rays will be highlighted. ED management will be detailed
    Dr. Arun Sayal
  • Controversies in Pain Management in the ED
    Our speaker panel will address some of the hard issues that arise in the management of pain in the ED population. Bring your questions!
    AUEM Faculty

Monday, February 26, 2018

Workshop sessions, registrants will rotate through each 45-minute workshop

0700 Breakfast

Morning Session Rotating Breakout Sessions

Session 1 0730 – 0815
Session 2 0820 – 0905
Session 3 0910 – 0955

  • Caring for the sick and injured Diabetic
    This session will present cases that will cover a spectrum of problems that may cause patients with diabetes to come to the ED
    Dr. Kylie Bosman
  • Nonstroke Neurology for the Emergency Physician.
    This presentation will cover updates on ‘horses’ we see every day and ‘zebra’s’ you should know about front the world of neurologic emergencies. A must for those in all stages of their career, this interactive case based lecture will have something for everyone.
    Dr. Joel Lockwood
  • Bleeding out: Update on Upper GI bleed management
    From the stable patient with a few episodes of melena to the hypotensive patient with massive hemoptysis, cases of upper GI bleeding will be used to review up to date, evidence based management
    Dr. Anna MacDonald
1600 Après-ski refreshments

Afternoon Session Rotating Breakouts

Session 3 1630 – 1715
Session 2 1720 – 1805
Session 3 1810 – 1855

  • Code white hair: safely managing geriatric pain, delirium, and trauma
    Dr. Natalie Wolpert
  • Deadly in a dose. A potpourri of tox cases that any Emerg doc may see
    Dr. Lisa Thurgur
  • Chief Complaints – Kids vs Adults
    Kids present with primary concerns which may sound similar to adult complaints, but often have a very different approach, differential diagnosis a treatment. This talk will contrast and compare the chief complaints that may sound high risk in adults but no so in kids, and vice versa
    Dr. Max Ben-Yakov

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Each presentation will include 8 minutes for questions from the audience. In workshop sessions, registrants will rotate through each 45-minute workshop.

0700 Breakfast

Morning Session- Pediatrics Day – Plenary

0800 Best Peds EM Articles of 2017
A look at top Peds EM articles of the past year
Dr. Max Ben-Yakov
0830 Embracing Pediatric Patients with Neurodiversity Presenting to the ED.
This session will help you to improve the quality of ED care provided for children with a diagnostic spectrum that includes behavioural disorders, autism, and developmental delay.
Dr. Lianne McLean
0900 Caring Safely: Serious Safety Lessons from the Pediatric ED.
Despite our best efforts, intentions, and error prevention strategies, preventable harm still occurs in the Emergency Department. In 2015, SickKids launched the Caring Safely campaign to become a high reliability organization. These are the lessons learned in our ED
Dr. Jason Fischer
0930 Let’s Talk Pediatric Emergency Medicine Part 1: The “Tough Questions”!
The pediatric emergency medicine panel face-off against veteran moderator Eric Letovsky! Watch out: here come the “tough questions”!
Pediatrics EM Panel
1600 Après-ski refreshments

Afternoon Session Rotating Breakouts

Session 1 1630 – 1715
Session 2 1720 – 1805
Session 3 1810 – 1855

  • An ECG Review: what not to miss
    Dr. Eric Letovsky
  • Dermatology: A Career in 25 pics
    This session will present a pictorial review of common (and not so common) rashes that may come through your ER doors
    Dr. David Carr
  • Let’s Talk Pediatric Emergency Medicine Part 2: “Ask Me Anything”!
    The pediatric emergency medicine panel answers your questions in this interactive forum. From bread-n-butter to the abstract! Everything is fair game!
    Pediatrics EM Panel

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Each presentation will include 8 minutes for questions from the audience. In workshop sessions, registrants will rotate through each 45-minute workshop.

0700 Breakfast

Morning Session Rotating Breakout Sessions

Session 1 0730 – 0815
Session 2 0820 – 0905
Session 3 0910 – 0955

  • Pediatric EKGs
    Hands on, beyond the heart rate! This workshop is designed to provide interactive learning around some common and not-so-common pediatric EKG patterns. Participants will engage in EKG evaluation involving case presentations and practice EKG interpretation.
    Dr. Lianne McLean
  • Strokes for the non-neurologist
    A review of strokes and stroke mimics. Not everything with a neurological deficit is a stroke. This session will present cases with pearls that will help you to optimize your management of TIA’s and stroke
    Dr. David Carr
  • Emergency Care of Oncology Patients.
    Cases presented will focus on a symptom based approach in managing ED patients with cancer, as well as ways to deal with the challenges facing emergency physicians in caring for critically ill oncology patients at the end of life
    Dr. Melanie Baimel
1600 Après-ski refreshments

Afternoon Session Rotating Breakouts

Session 1 1630 – 1715
Session 2 1720 – 1805
Session 3 1810 – 1855

  • From the roadside to the trauma centre: updates from trauma and transport medicine
    This case based presentation will focus on an update of trauma resuscitation, logistics of transport of the injured patient and a focus on what you can do to maximize your efforts during the golden hour and ensure an effective, efficient transport to major trauma centre
    Dr. Joel Lockwood
  • Bedside Medicine in the ED
    Dr. Melanie Baimel
  • Hitting below the belt: Tips and tricks for Urologic Emergencies
    Dr. Natalie Wolpert