Archive for the ‘CME’ Category

Hey everyone, looking for some CE’s specific for Capnography? Check out the class being held at Delta FD on July 26th and 27th on capnography for tube placement and verification. click on this link for the flier: Delta Charter Township_1

Delhi FD Airway Lecture

Posted: 17th March 2017 by Dr D in Airway, CME, FireFighters, Lectures, Paramedics

Hello everyone: this last weekend I was lucky enough to teach airway skills for an hour at the Delhi Fire Department CE Blitz (Thanks again to Lt Brett Justice for inviting me back again!) we did a great pig heart/lung dissection as well as practice emergency crich’s on the pig tracheas. A few people had […]

ATLS Classes around the corner

Posted: 29th July 2015 by Dr D in Attending Practice, CME, Training

looking to re-cert for your ATLS? The Trauma Services Department at Sparrow Hospital is offering a few courses in the near future. Sparrow ATLS courses are Saturday, October 24, and Sunday, October 25, from 7:00-6:00pm Saturday, November 14, and Sunday, November 15, from 7:00am-6:00pm. ATLS BROCHURE

Join us on November 3rd from 0800-1700 at Sparrow Hospital Auditorium for the 2nd Annual Critical Care Transport Conference! This year’s theme: Never Look Back – New Trends In Emergency And Critical Care In addition to all the great lectures (7 hours of CME approved for both EMS and Nursing!) the Airway Lab is back […]

This was forwarded to me and the original authors gave me permission to re-post it; this is a MUST if you are and outdoor enthusiast and working on your Fellowship in Wilderness Medicine We would like to invite all emergency medicine residents in the State of Michigan to the Michigan Regional Wilderness Medicine Rounds.  It will […]

Are you looking for new and exciting ways to get your CME? Join us at Sparrow Hospital Auditoroum on Friday, November 8th for the 1st Annual Critical Care Conference from 0800-1700 in the Sparrow Auditorium. This is targeted for the registered RNs and Paramedics in our community who want to learn more and have some […]

I have had the pleasure of serving on the American Osteopathic Association’s (AOA) Board of Trustees for the last year and been actively involved with the ongoing process to have a Joint Acceditation process between the AOA and the ACGME. TO ALL OF MY OSTEOPATHIC OLLEGES, RESIDENTS, AND STUDENTS OF WHOM I HAVE RESPRESENTED: I CAN […]

There can be only one! (i could not resist throwing in a Highlander reference for all my fellow movie geeks out there) That’s right folks, Sparrow Hospital has been chosen to help host the Fire Smoke Coalition’s next presentation here in Michigan. Mark your calendars for August 25 & 26th. There will be a hand’s on […]

simulated labor pains

Posted: 18th May 2013 by Dr D in CME, Lectures, opinion, Podcast, Training, Video

I found this video from a co-worker’s suggestion (thanks Lindsay!) and thought in light of the coming CE blitz at Windsor Fire Department, i should make it avail for everyone’s viewing pleasure. click here to watch (2) men have simulated labor pain through electrocution. –> personally, i could not stop laughing and almost wet myself!

Thanks to all the East Lansing Fire crews that came by the LifeNet base this week to try out the human patient simulator at the METI Trailer. I developed a lot more cases and simulations for you to try out; lots of those procedures that we often read about and hardly get to perform: intubations […]