• Concussions –

Lessons from the NFL
• POST/Palliative Care
• Pediatric Trauma –

Myths & Metaphors
• National ACEP Update
• Opiate Perspective
• Left Ventricular

Assist Devices
• Tranexamic Acid
• Anticoagulants/Rescue

• Ultrasound Skills That Can
Change Your Practice
• Indiana Legislation –
Impact on EPs
THURSDAY & FRIDAY, May 1 & 2, 2014
• Quality Measures:
The American College of Emergency Physicians and Indiana Chapter of
What They Mean for
American College of Emergency Physicians are jointly sponsoring:
Practicing Physicians
• 30 Years and Legacies
Post Graduate Course
In Emergency Medicine
Education Carmel, IN 46032
Marriott Indianapolis
May 1 & 2, 2014
Registration Material Enclosed
2014 Indiana ACEP Post Graduate Course In Emergency Medicine
Thursday, May 1 Day 1
11:45 – 1:15 | Lunch / Indiana ACEP
Friday, May 2 Day 2
Annual Business Meeting National
7:00 | Registration / Continental
ACEP Update
8:00 – 9:00 |
Breakfast / Visit the Exhibitors
National ACEP President Alexander Rosenau DO, Anticoagulants/Rescue Therapy
7:50 | Welcome / Introduction
At the conclusion of this activity the participant will INACEP Education Director Sara Brown MD, FACEP 1:15 – 3:15 | Opiate Perspective understand several of the novel anticoagulants and
JT Finnell MD, FACEP & John McGoff MD, FACEP the available evidence for their “reversal”. They will 8:00 – 9:00 |
Upon completion of this lecture, participants be able to evaluate current trends and challenges Concussions: Lessons from the NFL
will understand national & state epidemiology in the use of procoagulants for treating bleeding of the current opioid epidemic along with recent caused by use of the newer, novel anticoagulants.
Upon completion of this lecture, participants will be legislation. They will have a strategy to recognize able to evaluate concussions and have a strategy and refer opioid dependent patients for treatment. 9:00 – 10:00 | US Skills That Can
for management and treatment. The future of They will be able to evaluate treatment in special Change Your Practice Tomorrow
concussion management will be examined.
populations: pregnancy, chronic pain, dual At the conclusion of this activity the participant 9:00 – 10:00 | POST/Palliative Care
will have a strategy in place to use three different 3:15 – 3:30 | Break
ultrasound applications to care for patients with At the conclusion of this lecture, participants will infectious, musculoskeletal or ocular complaints.
recognize the ED as an appropriate place to engage 3:30 – 4:00 | Left Ventricular Assist
patients with chronic and incurable diseases in Devices: Emergency Management
10:00 – 10:30 | Break
conversations about medical care that provides 10:30 – 11:30 | Choosing Wisely:
comfort and symptom relief, and have a strategy At the conclusion of this activity, the participant will have an understanding of clinical indication A Review of the Evidence
for placement of VAD’s and strategy for insuring 10:00 – 10:45 |
patient care requirements are being met when At the end of this presentation attendees will be able to describe the 5 current Choosing Wisely Break / Visit the Exhibits
VAD’s are used in the home environment.
recommendations from ACEP. They will have a strategy for applying the best practices for clinical 10:45 – 11:45 |
4:00 – 5:00 | Tranexamic Acid
implementation in the practice of emergency medicine.
Pediatric Trauma – Myths & Metaphors Howard Mell MD,MPH, CPE, FACEP
At the end of this presentation the participants will be able to discuss the literature relating to the use 11:30 – 1:00 | Lunch / Indiana Legisla-
Upon completion of this lecture participants will of Tranexamic Acid (TXA) in trauma and evaluate tion – Impact on Emergency Physicians
be able to recognize anatomic and physiologic the emergence of TXA for hemorrhage control in differences between children and adult trauma At the conclusion of this activity participants will patients and understand how these differences be aware of the most current laws enacted by the “make a difference” in a pragmatic fashion in the Indiana General Assembly and how these laws care of pediatric trauma victims. They will delineate specific ways in which patients with neurologic, chest, abdominal, urogenital, musculoskeletal and multi-system trauma are evaluated and treated. 1:00 – 2:00 | Quality Measures: What
They Mean for Practicing Physicians
At the end of this presentation attendees will understand the impetus and process for creation of quality measures and be able to evaluate whether their hospital is employing these measures.
2:00 – 3:00 | 30 Years and Legacies
At the end of this presentation, the participants will have a strategy for participating in the ABEM Maintenance of Certification Program. They will understand the evolution of the practice of Emergency Medicine over the last 30 years, and its impact on patient care. They will be able to distinguish the differences between external and internal motivation and have a strategy in place for applying the 3 elements of intrinsic motivation – autonomy, mastery and purpose. The audience will be queried on their own professional legacy.
Belch, Lou

President, Health Care Practice; Lobbyist, Indiana ACEP, specialist in representing health-related issues in front of the Indiana General Assembly, Indianapolis, IN.
Blankenship, Robert MD, FACEP
Medical Director, St. Vincent Medical Center Sara Brown MD, FACEP – INACEP Vice President, Course Director &
Northeast; President EMsono, LLC, Fishers, IN; Chairman, ACEP Electronic Nick Kestner – INACEP Executive Director
Sue Barnhart – INACEP Conference Pre-Activity/On-Site Rep
Caccamo, Marco DO
Assistant Professor, Division of Cardiology, Advanced Heart Failure, COURSE DESCRIPTION
Transplant, Pulmonary Hypertension & Mechanical Support Staff, Indiana This course is specifically designed for the practicing emergency physician, University, Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, IN. but may also be of interest to emergency nurses, physicians’ assistants, nurse practitioners and paramedics. This year we have continued with the Finnell, JT, MD, FACEP
tradition of providing a national flavor to a local conference with many guest President, Indiana ACEP; Director, Medical Informatics Education, lecturers from diverse geographic localities and practice backgrounds. This Regenstrief Institute; Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, year’s speakers are leading authorities on Emergency Medicine topics.
Faculty Advisor for Medical Students, Emergency Medicine Residency Education Committee, Indiana University School of Medicine; Chair, COURSE OBJECTIVES
Emergency Department Informatics Committee, Eskenazi Hospital, Teaching our course this year are experts selected for their outstanding teaching ability and hands-on experience on relevant, up-to-date issues, topics and concerns for the emergency department professional. Upon Jones, James MD, FACEP
completion of this course, participants will be able to identify and implement President, American Board of Emergency Medicine; Vice-Chairman, state of the art procedures; analyze up-to-date informational reviews; and Department of Emergency Medicine , Faculty Advisor for Medical Students, assess and evaluate a variety of emergency department situations covered Emergency Medicine Residency Education Committee, Indiana University School Of Medicine; Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Methodist and Eskenazi Hospital, Indianapolis, IN. ACCREDITATION
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the McGoff, John MD, FACEP
Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Past President, Indiana ACEP; Indiana Medical Licensing Board; Attending Education through the joint sponsorship of the American College of Emergency Physician, Community Hospitals of Indianapolis, IN.
Physicians and the Indiana Chapter ACEP. The American College of Emergency Physicians is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Mayer, Thom MD, FACEP, FAAP
Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, BestPractices, Inc., Medical Director of The American College of Emergency Physicians designates this live activity NFL Players Association, Medical Director Police Helicopter Unit, Fairfax for a maximum of 12.00 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should
claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Mell, Howard MD, MPH, CPE, FACEP
Approved by the American College of Emergency Physicians for a maximum EMS Director, EmCare North Division (40+ facilities);EMS Medical Director, of 12.00 hour(s) of ACEP Category I credit.
City of Newark (OH), Division of Fire and Ambulance; Emergency Physician, DISCLOSURE
Mayo Clinic Health System – Albert Lea; Clinical Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine, Department of Surgery, University of Illinois- Chicago, In accordance with ACCME Standard and ACEP policy, presenters must dis- College of Medicine, Urbana-Champaign, IL.
close the existence of significant financial interests in or relationships with manufacturers of commercial products that may have a direct interest in the subject matter of the presentation, and relationships with the commer- Parker, Rebecca MD, FACEP
cial supporters of this CME activity. These presenters do not consider such Board of Directors member, ACEP; Executive Vice President for EmCare relationships will influence their presentation. Complete disclosures will be North Division; Attending emergency physician, Centegra Health System, disseminated to the audience via the handbook/flash drive and verbally prior McHenry & Woodstock, IL; Manager of Team Parker LLC., Lakewood, IL.; Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine, Texas Tech University, El Paso, TX.
Please see enrollment form. Medical students and interns may attend for Rosenau, Alexander DO, CPE, FACEP
a nominal fee of $10.00 per day provided they pre-register. This fee will be President ACEP, Senior Vice Chair of Emergency Medicine, Lehigh Valley refunded on conference day when they pick up their registration packets. Health Network, Allentown, PA; Associate Professor of Medicine, Morsani College of Medicine, University of South Florida.
Maximum enrollment has been set. Early registration is advised prior April Weaver, Lindsay MD
9, 2014. If your registration fee is to be paid by an agency and you do not Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, expect to have your fee processed by April 9, 2014, mail or fax your registra- Indiana University; Palliative Care Fellow, Indianapolis IN tion to Indiana ACEP (Fax: 317/848-8015) and indicate on the form that your fee will be paid the day of the conference.
Indiana ACEP, 630 N. Range Line Rd. Suite D, Carmel, IN 46032

42nd Annual Indiana ACEP
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Thursday & Friday, May 1 & 2, 2014
so if you choose flash drive please
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A late fee will be charged for any registration received after April 9, 2014.
A late fee will be charged for any registration received after April 9, 2014.
Late Fee (after 4/9/14)
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Marriott Indianapolis NORTH Hotel (Keystone at the Crossing)
This hotel is within easy walking distance to theaters, restaurants
CANCELLATION POLICY A full refund will be given,
provided cancellation is received by April 9, 2014. A processing fee
of $20.00 will be charged for cancellations received after this date.
No Shows will be charged full registration amount.

IACEP reserves the right to conduct its courses based on minimum enrollment. Should cancellation be necessary, it will be done not less than 10 days prior to the course date and each registrant will be notified by telephone with LODGING A block of rooms has been reserved at the Marriott
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incurred due to cancellation of a program, such as airline or hotel penalties.
Indianapolis NORTH Hotel directly at (317) 705-0000. When making
your hotel reservations, identify yourself as: “Indiana Chapter of American
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