Agenda (subject to Changes)

   Wednesday, March 6, 2024
 2:00-3:00pm  Perfect Your Technique or Learn a New Block: High Yield Dental Block Workshop for Emergency Physicians
 David Gundersen, DDS, MPH

 3:00-4:00pm  Chapter 51 Panel Discussion
 Moderated by Aurora Lybeck, MD
 Panelist; Tony Thrasher, DO

 4:00-5:00pm  Toxicology Update

 Welcome Reception & Opening Keynote
 Opening Keynote: Getting Better: What Farmers, Jellyfish, and the Karate Kid Can Teach Us About   Emergency Medicine

 Kevin McGurk, MD; MCW Department of Emergency Medicine

 7:00-9:00pm  Offsite Reception - Check  Back for Location Details! 

  Thursday, March 7, 2023
 7:00-7:45am Breakfast and Visit with Exhibitors 
 7:45-8:00am Welcome Remarks; Kerry Ahrens, MD - WACEP President 
 8:00-11:30am Choose your Track 
 Track 1: WACEP CME Sessions  Track 2: EM Research Forum

8-9:15am: Hot Topics in Emergency Medicine

  • Analyzing Continued Positive Ask Suicide-Screening Questions (ASQ) Results Across Repeat Visits in a Pediatric Emergency Department; Alexis Ballew, MS3
  • The Addition of Trauma Informed Care Practices into Trauma Resuscitations; Morgan Blaser, BS, Med Student & Alexis Bradt, BS, Med Student
  • The News on Street Drugs; Kerry Ahrens, MD, FACEP
  • Improving Research Participants Recruitment by Race and Ethnicity for ER studies
  • Increasing a hospital-based violence intervention program's services for pediatric patients and their families who come to the emergency department for interpersonal violence
  • Maximizing the Physician/Nurse Dual Leadership Model in the ED
  • Ultrasound Topics

9:15-10:00am: Hot Topics in Emergency Coding and Reimbursement; Jason Adler, MD; University of Maryland/ LogixHealth

10-10:30am: Break

10:30-11am: Data Driven Scheduling for Revenue and Clinician Retention: Lisa Maurer, MD, FACEP

11-11:30am: The Wisconsin Stroke Coalition and the State of the State of WI stroke care; Kerry Ahrens, MD, FACEP; Baycare Clinic

32nd Annual Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Research Forum

Presented by the Emergency Medicine Departments at the University of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin in partnership with WACEP.

The Research Forum includes oral and poster presentations and a keynote address. The oral and poster sessions are not accredited for continuing medical education.

Break at 10am-10:30am

 11:30-12:00pmLunch & Visit with Exhibitors 
 12:00-12:30pmAnnual WACEP Updates & Awards Presentation
 12:45-1:45pmKeynote Presentation - check back for speaker details 

 1:45-2:00pmBreak & Visit with Exhibitors 
 2:00-2:30pmPlanning and Execution of an EMS-Based Field Hospital for a Large Outdoor Concert 
Michael Spigner, MD, NRP, MAEMS; University of Wisconsin

 2:30-3:00pmManaging Their Pain and Yours: Pain Management in the ED 
John Gullett, MD; University of Alabama

 3:00-3:30pmLife After Emergency Medicine: Writing the Next Chapter
Edward Callahan, MD, MS; Medical College of Wisconsin