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2013 midwest pediatric trauma conference, hosted by cardinal glennon and saint louis university school of medicine


Friday, May 2 |  7:45 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

The 2014 conference explores many aspects of pediatric trauma including mass casualty situations, non-accidental trauma and recreational drug use. Featured speakers include professors from Saint Louis University School of Medicine, a retired Flight Paramedic and Alok Gupta, MD, of Boston, Mass. to offer a unique, ground zero perspective from the Boston Marathon bombings.

All medical professionals—physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, EMS and other first responders as well as medical students—are welcome to attend. Continuing Medical Education (CME), Continuing Education Units (CEU) and Missouri Nursing Association (MONA) hours will be awarded accordingly to those who attend.

Full conference brochure and registration form

The Midwest Pediatric Trauma Conference is hosted annually by SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center and Saint Louis University School of Medicine.


>> Conference lectures and resources.

Check back after the conference for PDFs of the presentations and resources that can be downloaded and/or printed for your reference. Please note: Not all speakers give consent for their material to be posted on the website.


>> Other education opportunities

Education seminars, webinars, lectures and hands-on training is offered in conjunction with Saint Louis University School of Medicine.


Education Connections

Education Connections outlines the variety of electronic and traditional educational opportunties available through SSM Health Care - St. Louis and Saint Louis University School of Medicine. Includes contact information and descriptions for each program.

Education Connections

Education Connections - Emergency Room Nursing

SSM Cardinal Glennon provides many education opportunities related to emergency medicine.

Educator Terry Cuellar, RN, MN, CCRN has 25 years of experience in pediatric nursing including pediatric critical care, pediatric and neonatal transport and neonatal critical care medicine.

Education Connections - Emergency Medical Services

Educator Shelby Cox, NR, EMT-P has more than 15 years of emergency care experience as well as air transport and advanced life support (ALS) ambulance experience.