(June 7 Integrated Panel Discussion – UNC Chapel Hill- See past seminars below)
Regional Integrated Panel CE Seminars
Half or full day seminars with varied topics and locations, designed to expand awareness of AMSUS while also providing continuing education and networking opportunities. Integrated (DoD, VA, PHS, Academia) panels will provide a broader perspective of topics and encourage open dialogue during Q&A sessions. Discounted member registration rate. Seminars are open to all: member, non-member, civilian, industry, anyone interested!
Seminars may include up to nine professional CE/CME accreditation’s as well as a general participation certificate: ACCME (2 categories), ANCC, ACPE (2 categories), APA, AANP, ACHE & ADA-CERP.
(content/presenters subject to change)
Bethesda USO Warrior and Family Center
Date: August 14, 2019
12-1pm: Lunch & Networking
1-5pm BFA Workshop
For the treatment of pain, anxiety, PTSD, and other conditions
September 19, 2019
Ft. Eustis Transportation Museum conference room
Newport News region
1:00 – 4:30
The medically ready force, with emphasis on injury prevention, behavioral health care, dental readiness, and transitions between DoD and VA
October 2019 – Orthopedic Tissue Technology
content in development
June 13-14, 2019 – The University of Texas at San Antonio UTSA
AMSUS in collaboration with DoD, VA, UTSA, UT Health & USAISR – this integrated panel seminar is planning to be part of the fifth annual SAMHS and Universities Research Forum (SURF)
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Zero Preventable Deaths: Synthesizing Cutting-Edge Trends and Technologies in Military and Civilian Trauma Care
In collaboration with UNC, Womack Army Medical Center, and other academic and federal agencies – this full day AMSUS program will create a forum to save lives in the community and battlefield through the synthesis of industry, academia, and military medicine. Seminar Objectives: Explore emerging trends and technologies in civilian and military medicine for the management of trauma patients; establish a forum where military and civilian experts in trauma care can exchange ideas and explore collaboration; Provide examples of how military medicine has influenced civilian casualty care.
In 2016, the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM) published a landmark report that laid out an ambitious roadmap to achieve zero preventable injury deaths or disability. Titled ”A National Trauma System: Integrating Military and Civilian Trauma Systems to Achieve Zero Preventable Deaths after Injury,” the bold plan calls for the integration of military and civilian trauma systems to ensure that lessons learned from the military’s experiences in Afghanistan and Iraq are sustained and translated into the civilian system.
Jerry Heneghan, Director, University of North Carolina (UNC) Center for Pharmacy Simulation
COL Jason M Seery, MD, FACS USARMY MEDCOM (USA); COL Tyler E Harris, MD, FAAOS, USARMY MEDCOM WAMC (USA); Brandon Conover, PhD, Chief Technology Officer, BioMojo LLC; Marco G. Patti, MD, FACS, Professor of Medicine and Surgery, Co-Director Center for Esophageal Diseases and Swallowing, Director of the Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, Department of Surgery, UNC; William N. Vasios III, PA-C; Christy Inscoe, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, Physics & Astronomy, UNC—Chapel Hill; Alex Carrico, MSN, RN, MICN, UNC Trauma Program, UNC Hospitals
- Yes , it was an excellent seminar and the venue was excellent
- I really enjoyed the talks
- Continue to follow and present on augmented reality tech as the field progresses
- Very interesting
- Well done and well organized
February 14, 2019 DoD/VA Pain Management: Strategies and Collaboration in the Midst of the National Epidemic of Opioid Overuse, Misuse and Diversion
January 23, 2018 Non-pharmacologic Treatment of Pain
May 4, 2018 Pain Management and Opioid Safety in the MHS
September 28, 2018 MHS Presents Successful Interaction With the Stepped Care Model
COL Kevin Galloway, USA (ret), Deputy Director, Strategic Communications and Policy, Defense & Veterans Center for Integrative Pain Management (DVCIPM)
Friedhelm Sandbrink, MD, Acting National Program Director for Pain Management, Specialty Care Services, VACO Director Pain Management, Dept. of Neurology, Washington DC VAMC
LTC Joseph R. Yancey, DHA J-3 – Army-Baylor Administrative Resident
MAJ Nicole Brown, DPT, SP, USA Chief of the Physical Therapy Amputee Service, Deputy Chief of Physical Therapy Services WRNMC, Physical Therapy Consultant to the White House
Jennifer Bell, MD Associate Director, Primary Care Behavioral Health, Defense Centers of Excellence for PH & TBI
LTG Eric Schoomaker, MC, USA (ret), DoD representative to NCCIH (National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health)
COL Richard C. Niemtzow, USAF, MC (ret), MD, PhD, MPH, FS Director, US Air Force Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine Center, Joint Base Andrews, Maryland
COL Chester (Trip) Buckenmaier III, MC, USA (ret), MD Associate Professor & Director, Defense & Veterans Center for Integrative Pain Management (DVCIPM)
MAJ Laura Tilley, MC, USA, ER Physician at Fort Belvoir
LTC Sharon L. Rosser, DScPA, PA-C Army Comprehensive Pain Management Program Manager
Great opportunity to meet and talk to thought leaders and others involved in this topic.
John Spain, AMSUS Life Member
Excellent seminar. Timely and applicable topic and the experts from DoD and VA. Well done!
George E. Jones, Jr. PharmD, MS, National Account Manager – Federal, Genentech, Colonel (retired), US Air Force
… the speakers were excellent and you put on an outstanding symposium. Thanks again,
Richard Martinez, Associate Director National Accounts, Federal Markets, Sandoz Biopharmaceuticals, Inc.
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