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2017 2nd Annual Trauma Education Day

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2nd Annual Trauma Education Day
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 | 7:30AM-4​:00PM
The Grandview, 176 Rinaldi Blvd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

                                                                                     

                                                                             Fees: 
                                                                        $30 for all participants

 

 

 

 

VBMC Nurses only must submit RTA and follow thru with all required steps or you will be charged the registration fee following the conference.
Putnam, Northern Dutchess, Sharon and all other Health-Quest Affiliates. Please register using your general Ledger number by entering it in the "HQ Transfer from account number" in the payment information on the online registration. Please feel free to reach out to us regarding any questions. jkowalski@health-quest.org

 


 

(a link to the course materials will be sent to ALL registrants, at no cost.  You MUST download or print the materials in advance in order to have them available for yourself on your mobile device - wfi signal may be unstable as a result of large number of participants at the venue)

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This activity is designed for Primary Physicians, family practitioners, surgeons, other health care professionals, and nurses who care for patients with traumatic injury.    The conference is designed to assist health care providers caring for injured and critically ill trauma patients navigate the complex, dynamic, and time sensitive process. The full day course will be presented by expert faculty of clinicians at the forefront of the field.  An evidence based curricula highlighting the multidisciplinary approach to trauma will be provided.

 

The Keynote lecture is provided in part by:
Robert M. Weiss, M.D. | Memorial Lectureship
Over the course of his professional life, Dr. Robert
M. Weiss demonstrated his profound love and
respect for medicine through his excellent skills as
a neurosurgeon, his compassion for his patients and
his never-ending pursuit of excellence. Following his
death in 1985, the Foundation for Vassar Brothers
Medical Center, with the assistance of Dr. Weiss’s
widow, Esther, and friends throughout the community,
created an annual lecture fund in his memory. We are
pleased to remember him on this day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A special thanks to our exhibitors: 

Mallinkrodt, Medtronic, KLS Martin, Davol CR Bard and Dutchess County Hospice

Knowledge Resources, Vassar Brothers Medical Center | 45 Reade Place, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 | 845.437.3121