GSACEP Government Services ACEP

GSACEP Government Services ACEP

GSACEP represents emergency physicians who work in the federal government, including active duty military, National Guard, and military Reserves, as well as the Veteran’s Administration, Indian Health Service, and other federal agencies.This podcast series will feature selected lectures from the 2021 Government Services Symposium as well as conversations with leaders in military emergency medicine.Our mission is advancing emergency care for America’s heroes. In this podcast, we bring you lectures and conversations with leaders in federal emergency medicine to help you better care for your patients and lead your departments.The views expressed on this podcast are personal views, and do not represent the views of the Department of Defense, any branch of the military, or the federal government, and they do not constitute endorsement of any product by any of these entities.

Episodes

September 22, 2022 52 mins

Hear the latest for the littles from pediatric EM physician Dr. Nadia Pearson.

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GSACEP and military medical legend Dr. Dave Barry shares an update on ABEM's activities at GSS 2022.  

GSACEP was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Dr. Barry earlier this week.  We treasure this opportunity to hear his voice once again and learn from this incredible physician, educator, and leader.

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Dr. Landa shares her experience at Kabul International Airport during the American evacuation and Abbey gate MASCAL event.

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GSACEP emergency physicians reflect on the fall of Kabul and the evacuation of Afghanistan in the final days of the US presence.  Featuring Dr. Katrina Landa, MD; Travis Callahan, PA-C ; Andrew Chambers, RN; Dr. Roderick Fontenette, MD; Dr. Matthew Streitz, MD


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How to Claim CME for this Lecture:

This lecture is eligible for 1.0 Cat 1 CME Credits. 

1. Go to http://gsacep.cmecertificateonline.com
2. Click on the 2022 Annual Conference - Enduring only link.
3. Evaluate the meeting.
4. Print, download, or save your certificate for your records.

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How to Claim CME for this Lecture:

This lecture is eligible for 0.5 Cat 1 CME Credits. 

1. Go to http://gsacep.cmecertificateonline.com
2. Click on the 2022 Annual Conference - Enduring only link.
3. Evaluate the meeting.
4. Print, download, or save your certificate for your records.

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Col Max Lee shares the opportunities that come at crossroads in your military career. 

How to Claim CME for this Lecture:

This lecture is eligible for 1.0 Cat 1 CME Credits. 

1. Go to http://gsacep.cmecertificateonline.com
2. Click on the 2022 Annual Conference - Enduring only link.
3. Evaluate the meeting.
4. Print, download, or save your certificate for your records.

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ACEP President and GSACEP member Dr. Gillian Schmitz shares how we evolved to this current time in emergency medicine and priorities going forward as our specialty continues to serve patients and our nation.

How to Claim CME for this Lecture:

This lecture is eligible for 1.0 Cat 1 CME Credits. 

1. Go to http://gsacep.cmecertificateonline.com
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Dr. Meaghan Keville, MD, is an emergency physician with Air Force Special Operations and currently a staff member at CSTARs Baltimore.  She shares her experience with blood resuscitation in the deployed environment and lessons that will be filtering to the civilian world in the future.

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Dr. Dan Brillhart and Army Nurse Erick Thronson discuss our experiences integrating a 2 person Damage Control Resuscitation (DCR) Team into the manuever element Special Operations Forces (SOF) in austere environments in Africa. This DCR Team moved with the lead ground element on operations lasting from several hours to several weeks and provided advanced resuscitative care as the initial treatment to dozens of casualties at point o...

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CAPT John Devlin, MD shares lessons learned from USNS Comfort.

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How do you keep effectively adding new information to your brain throughout your life as an adult learner?  Dr. Young, the Madigan Army Medical Center Residency Program Director, shares the latest science on what makes effective learning for adult learners, so you can maximize your efforts to get smarter every day.

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How do you do medical Sim Wars in a pandemic?  Listen to LtCol Rod Fontenette talk about creating a virtual Sim Wars the past two years for GSS.  We are excited to welcome back our top teams from each service for the in person final round at GSS 2022 in Orlando this April 8-10.  

Join us for the best military emergency medicine conference in the world. Amazing speakers, world class labs, Sim Wars finals, and the best netwo...

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Point of Care ultrasound is moving from the radiology suite to the battlefield.  Dr. Weymouth discusses creation of a medic centered point of care ultrasound curriculum and some brief case discussions.

CME is no longer available for this lecture.  However, GSACEP members can access the full presentation and slides at https://gsacep.tradewing.com/event/fC7PFy6FJd2brZRaf.  

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Gerald Maloney, DO, CPPS, CHCQM, FACEP

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Shane Summers, MD, is the Deputy Director, Army Trauma Training Center (ATTC) and is an Associate Professor Military and Emergency Medicine, USUHS.

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Dr. Meaghan Keville is an Active Duty EM physician stationed at CSTARS Baltimore at the R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center. Graduated USU in 2010 and then completed EM Residency at Wright Patterson AFB/Wright State University 2010-2013. She has been forward deployed with CCATT, TCCET and with a field surgical team in support of USSOCOM.

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Col John Wightman
Professor and Chair, Department of Military & Emergency Medicine, Uniformed Services University

Col Wightman offers very concrete tips on how to tackle common military problems.

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COL (Ret) Missy Givens shares her surprising journey through the Army over her career, and insights into how to take advantages of opportunities to create a full and rewarding career in military emergency medicine.

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