2020 STATE TROOPER SURGEON CONFERENCE:

RECOGNIZING AND PREPARING FOR CRITICAL INCIDENTS

WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT IN THE MEDICAL SETTING

 

                                IN ASSOCIATION WITH KESSLER TRAUMA CENTER

WOODCLIFF HOTEL & SPA IN FAIRPORT, NY

JUNE 19 - 21, 2020

TENTATIVE CONFERENCE AGENDA

FRIDAY JUNE 19

  • 4PM Registration, Exhibition

  • 6PM Social Networking / Cocktail Reception

  • 7PM NY State Police K9 Demonstration

  • 8PM Opening Remarks from Conference Chairs, Mark L. Gestring, MD and Kenneth B. Newman, MD, MSHA.

  • 9PM Close Day 1

SATURDAY JUNE 20

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION LECTURES

  • 7AM Registration, Breakfast and Exhibitors.

  • 8AM Opening Ceremony, Colors and Conference Introduction.

CME 1  (1 CR HR)

  • 8:30AM Was that a gunshot?  Active shooter in the hospital or medical setting.  Being prepared to help your patients and save your life.

CME 2  (1 CR HR)

  • 9:30AM The Dannemora Prison Break Story. Recognizing the mental and physical impact on responders resulting from a protracted manhunt: keeping the searchers healthy. 

BREAK & EXHIBITS

  • 10:30AM - 11AM

CME 3  (1 CR HR)

  • 11AM Managing the unmanageable: How to survive the first 10 minutes following a catastrophic event.

           - Jeffrey Rabrich, D.O., FACEP, FAEMS

LUNCH

  • 12PM

CME 4  (1 CR HR)

  • 1PM Lessons learned from the FBI.  Recognizing red flags, dangerous behaviors and concerning individuals in the workplace.

           - Barbara A. Daly, FBI (Ret.) MA

CME 5  (1 CR HR)

  • 2PM Crisis Management.  Working effectively with Hospital Administration and law enforcement to negotiate high-profile incidents.

BREAK & EXHIBITS

  • 3PM - 3:30PM

CME 6  (1 CR HR)

  • 3:30PM Recognizing the impaired physician/officer. Different jobs, similar challenges: Helping yourself and colleagues to protect the public, patients and careers.

CME 7  (1 CR HR)

  • 4:30PM Good Samaritan Law.  Stop, help, then get out of the way; recognizing your responsibilities, expectations and liabilities as a Medical Provider.

            -Michael Barasch, Esq.

  • 6:30PM Cocktail Reception & Social with Food Stations

 

  • 7:00PM Special Presentation & Awards

  • 8:00PM Dry-fire Competition for top 3 scorers.  Prizes!!

SUNDAY JUNE 21

CME & NON-CME OPPORTUNITIES

  • 8AM Registration, Breakfast and Exhibitors

CME 8  (Non-CME)

  • 9AM Article 35 Law.  The ramifications of carry concealed in New York.  What every New Yorker should know.

BREAK & EXHIBITS & $10,000 Putting Contest

  • 10AM - 10:30AM

WKSP 9  (Non-CME)

  • 10:30AM The success and future of the State Trooper Surgeons program Meeting for all State Trooper Surgeon members.  Placards, Events, Growth of the Program.

CONFERENCE CLOSING SUMMARY & Q/A

  • 11:30AM

SATURDAY JUNE 20

THREE CONCURRENT 30 MIN. WORKSHOPS

30-min, hands-on sessions will run all day

Saturday with sign-up during on-site registration.

WORKSHOP START TIMES ARE BELOW

9AM   10AM   11AM   1PM   2PM   3PM   4PM

WKSP 1 (1/2 CR HR)

  • Code Silver/Code Grey: How to protect patients and yourself.  Self-defense in the workplace.

WKSP 2 (Non-CME)

  • Safe gun ownership and marksmanship: Shoot with a Trooper.   Dry fire only, devices supplied: bring no weapons.

WKSP 3 (Non-CME)

  • Dry Fire Competition Qualification: Qualify for SATURDAY NIGHT'S Competition.  Prizes for highest scores for Medical and Law Enforcement Personnel.

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