Thank you for joining us. Below you will find presenter contact information and the CE/CME evaluation and certificate link.
Please contact the presenters directly with slide requests; copies of the slides used at the seminar are not approved to share.
CE Deadline- March 17, 2020 – How to Earn CE/CME for this event
This continuing education activity is provided through a collaboration between AMSUS and AffinityCE. This activity provides continuing education credit for physicians, physician assistants, nurses, nurse practitioners, psychologists, health care executives, dentists, and pharmacists, as well as providing a general participation certificate for other attendees.
- Evaluation site link: https://amsus.cds.pesgce.com/hub.php
2. Select the activity: Prolonged Field Care: What Technology is Needed?
3. Enter an e-mail address and password to log in or to begin setting up your profile.
4. Verify, correct, or add your information.
5. After log in or new account set up, click on the grey box with the activity title.
6. Proceed to complete activity evaluation.
7. After completion of the evaluation, you can download your CE Certificate. Your CE record will also be stored here for later retrieval.
8. The website is open for completing your evaluation for 14 days after this activity.
9. Pharmacy CE records will be electronically communicated to CPE Monitor.
After March 17, 2020 the evaluation site will close! You can log in to the site at any time to download your completed certificate, but you will not be able to add any evaluations.
- Understand they clinical problems in prolonged field environments
- Demonstrate knowledge of the paradigm shift for technology needed from the current to future state of prolonged field care
- Explain the key technology research needs and areas of focus for prolonged field care
- Understand the key obstacles in bringing technology concepts to the field
Dr. Adam Cohen (JHU APL) is a consultant for the following entity: Thirty Madison, Pear Therapeutics
Dr. Ronald Poropatich (University of Pittsburgh) is a consultant for the following entity: Triton Systems
All other presenters have no relevant financial or non-financial interests to disclose
This continuing education activity is managed and accredited by AffinityCE in collaboration with AMSUS. AffinityCE and AMSUS staff as well as Planners and Reviewers, have no relevant financial or non-financial interests to disclose. Commercial Support was received to sponsor this event but not received for the content of this activity.
Membership – Susan.Bachenheimer@amsus.org
Education Programs – Lori.Lawrence@amsus.org
Development/Sponsorship – Stacie.McArdle@amsus.org
Marketing/Communications – Martha.Silver@amsus.org
Combat Command Trauma Systems –
Col Stacy A Shackelford (JTS) firstname.lastname@example.org
Technology Development Perspectives From Military Partners – Individual Presentations Followed by Panel Discussion
Prototyping Life-Saving Interventions for Prolonged Field Care –
Dr. Brian Telfer (MIT LL) email@example.com
CU COMBAT Center and PFC:
Innovative Colorado Military and Civilian Collaboration to Rapidly Deliver Products to the Warrior and Medic
Col Vikhyat Bebarta (University of Colorado) VIKHYAT.BEBARTA@CUANSCHUTZ.EDU
TRAuma Care In a Rucksack (TRACIR) for Autonomous Care
Dr. Ronald Poropatich (University of Pittsburgh) RKP19@pitt.edu
Enabling Deployable Autonomous Medical Care Systems: Medical Device Interoperability and Framing a Technology Within an Operational Context
Mr. Scott Gearhart (JHU/APL) Scott.Gearhart@jhuapl.edu
Morning Panel Discussion;
Moderator: Dr. Sarah Herman (JHU/APL) Sarah.Herman@jhuapl.edu
Technology Development Perspectives From Military – Individual Presentations Followed by Panel Discussion
Optimizing Combat Casualty Care on Future Battlefields
COL Jerome Buller (USAISR) firstname.lastname@example.org
Asking and Answering Wildly Important Questions to Solve Infectious Disease and Brain/Behavior Health Challenges Due to Prolonged Field Care-
COL Robert O’Connell (WRAIR) email@example.com
Virtual Medical Center; Operational Solutions
LTC Sean Hipp, Director Virtual Medical Center (VMC) firstname.lastname@example.org
LTC Jenny Hayes, Deputy Director for Administration (VMC) email@example.com
Mr. Mike Kile, Operational Readiness Program Manager (VMC) firstname.lastname@example.org
Afternoon Panel Discussion; Moderator: Dr. Adam Cohen (JHU/APL) Adam.Cohen@jhuapl.edu
Product Development Approach to PFC Challenges
Ms. Kathy Berst, Program Manager – Pharmaceuticals, Devices and Medical Support systems (DHA) email@example.com
Stop the Bleed Certification Training (Optional) – Instructors from Uniformed Services University (USU) Medical Students
There is no additional fee for this part of the seminar, but registration is requested. Anyone with the following credentials are eligible to apply as an instructor after completing the course: MD, DO, RN, CRNA, NP, PA, DDS, DMD, DVM, PharmD, Pharmacist, LVN, LPN, RD, RT, PT, OT, DCM, DPM Paramedic, EMT, EMR/First Responder