There are two easy ways to register for this conference.
Complete the brochure you received in the mail or download here.2018 neBrochure (1).pub.pdf
-Return the brochure, along with your payment, to NDEMSA, 1622 East Interstate Ave., Bismarck, ND 58503.
Register online by clicking here.
Fri Feb 16th
4:30-6:00 pm Registration and check in
Sim Sepis Emergencies LCCR/ICCR 1hr Presenter SIM ND
This interactive simulation will cover various septic emergencies. Abnormal presentations will be presented. Participant will learn to differentiate sepsis from other infections
Pit Crew CPR LCCR/ICCR 1hr Presenter Randy Severson
Techniques of high quality CPR will be discussed including the “pit crew” approach to a resuscitation attempt. Participants will participate in a hands on mock resuscitation
Pipe Line Safety LCCR/ICCR 1hr Presenter Enbridge Energy
Around the region there exists a protentional for a pipeline emergency. Emergency responders need to have correct information to respond to these incidents safely. Covered topics include: basics of pipeline operations, potential hazards, response tactics, and applying information to real-life situations
*The Pre-Conference sessions will be held in rotating sessions of one hour each.
Sat Feb 18th
7:00-7:50 Registration and check in
7:50-8:00 Welcome and announcements
8:00-8:50 Acute Coronary Syndrome NCCR (ACS) 1hr. Presenter Tyler Kientopf
This class covers both BLS and ALS information on 5 lead and 12 lead placement and recognizing the shockable and non shockable rhythms. Also review the steps from chest pain to 12 lead. We will 12 lead imposters as well
9:00-9:50 Threat and Error Management LCCR/ICCR 1hr. Presenter Tom Ziedlik
Errors can happen at any time how you respond to errors can make all the difference. Discussed will be the relationship between emotional response and barriers to managing errors effectively and how to incorporate error management in real time operations.
10:00-10:50 CNS Injury NCCR (CNS Injury) 1 hr. Tyler Kientopf
Injuries to the brain and spinal cord can have lifelong consequences for patients. We will discuss the signs and symptoms of TBI. How to differentiate between the various levels of TBI. Also, discussed will be the current research and practices for using selective spinal immobilization
11:00-11:50 Pain Management NCCR (Pain Management) 0.5 hr. Presenter Tyler Kientopf
Adequate pain management is vital for the proper treatment and care of all patients. This presentation will discuss BLS and ALS techniques for controlling pain. Differentiate between acute and chronic pain. And, will discuss pain treatment options for all age groups.
1:00-1:50 Diabetes NCCR (Endocrine Emergencies) 1hr. Presenter Jan Samson
This session outlines the difference between Type I and Type II diabetes. EMS providers will be able to differentiate DKA and HHNS, as well learn about basic operations of glucometers and insulin pumps.
2:00-2:50 Triage NCCR(Field Triage) 1 hr. Presenter Eric Toutenhoofd
Describe MUCC, and it ‘s criteria, and comparing the difference between the Salt And Start Algorithm. Practice triage using both methods and compare results.
3:00-3:30 Infectious Disease NCCR (Infectious Disease) 1hr. Presenter Katy Kressin
A detailed presentation on infectious disease epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical presentation, latest treatment strategies.
3:30-4:00 EMS Provider Hygiene, Safety and Vaccinations NCCR 1hr. Presenter Katy Kressin
This class covers both BLS and ALS information on 5 lead and 12 lead placement and recognizing the shockable and non shockable rhythms. Also review the steps from chest pain to 12 lead to Lucas. We will discuss what all the typing means above the 12 lead and how that can assist ALS interpret the whole picture
4:10-5:00 Alzheimer’s and Dementia LCCR/ICCR 1hr.
Sun Feb 18th
7:00-7:50 Registration and check in
8:00-8:50 Pediatric Cardiac Arrest NCCR (Pediatric Cardiac Arrest) 1hr. Presenter Ron Lawler
Current techniques of one and two-rescuer CPR will be discussed. Review unique causes of arrest in children.
9:00-9:50 OB Emergencies NCCR (OB Emergencies) 1hr. Presenter Nichole Jorgenson
Birth is usually a natural process, but what happens when something goes wrong. This session will cover various OB emergencies. Abnormal presentations will be presented, as well as complications during delivery.
10:00-10:50 Ambulance Safety NCCR (Ambulance Safety) 1hr. Presenter Eric Toutenhoofd
You may have heard that crab fishing is the “Deadliest Job in America, in fact EMS providers suffer a higher rate of death on the Job. We will discuss the significance of Ambulance crashes, specific factors that can lead to fatal crashes, and strategies for mitigation
11:00-11:30 Fluid Resuscitation NCCR (Fluid Resuscitation ) 0.5 hr. Presenter Chad Jacobson
The role of IV fluids for trauma care fluids has changed dramatically in the past years. This presentation will discuss the history and current use of IV fluids in EMS trauma care
11:30-12:50 LUNCH / NE Annual Meeting
1:00-1:50 Evidenced Based Guidelines NCCR (Evidenced Based Guidelines) 1hr. Presenter Randy Severson
We will discuss what evidenced based practice is and why it’s use is vital for the future of EMS and how it benefits our patients.
2:00-2:50 What’s NEW in EMS LCCR/ICCR 1hr. Presenter Ron Lawler
EMS is a continuously changing landscape. New changes are happening all the time. This presentation will discuss what’s new and what the future might hold.
3:00-3:50 Crew Resource Management NCCR (Crew Resource Management) 1hr. Presenter Randy Severson
We all operate as part of a crew on a call. What role do you play? What should you do if a mistake is about to happen? CRM can help answer these questions.
3 hours of CEUs on Friday, 8 hours of CEU's on Saturday, and 7 hours of CEU's on Sunday have been approved by the Division of EMS & Trauma. This conference is also grant eligible.
Because of the National Registry EMT Pilot Project for North Dakota refreshers are essentially a thing of the past. You will need to complete your designated hours in the National, Local, and Individual hour categories. At the NE Conference you will find hours in the National category as well as hours that can be applied to either Local or Individual categories. Please view the chart below for more information.
|Provider Level||National (NCCR)||Local (LCCR)||Individual (ICCR)||Total Hours|
|Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)||8 Hours||4 Hours||4 Hours||16 Hours|
|Advanced First Aid Ambulance (AFA-A)||20 Hours||10 Hours||10 Hours||40 Hours|
|Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)||20 Hours||10 Hours||10 Hours||40 Hours|
|Advanced EMT (AEMT)||25 Hours||12.5 Hours||12.5 Hours||50 Hours|
|Paramedic||30 Hours||15 Hours||15 Hours||60 Hours|
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Grand Forks, ND 58203
Rates of $99 Reserve by January 15th!
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