Midwest Pediatric Trauma Conference
The 2015 Midwest Pediatric Trauma Conference was held on Friday, May 15, 2015. The focus of the day-long event was on pediatric trauma situations such as Internet crimes against children, drug abuse, domestic violence as well as child sexual abuse and sex trafficking.
Lectures were presented by Saint Louis University School of Medicine physicians/professors and guests from the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. The content of these lectures may be found below.
The Midwest Pediatric Trauma Conference is hosted annually by SSM Cardinal Glennon Children's Medical Center and Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
Active Shooter in the Hospital Setting: Are you prepared?
Kathy Lehman-Huskamp, MD
Pediatric Orthopedic Trauma Emergencies
Margaret Grisell, MD
Child Sexual Abuse
Linda Shaw, MD
Internet Crimes Against Children
Det. Dan Maixner
The Unique Nature of Pediatric Thoracic and Abdominal Blunt Trauma
Jose Greenspon, MD
Drugs Remix featuring Methamphetamines, Synthetics, Marijuana and Opiates
Anthony Scalzo, MD
If you have questions, please call Christine Green at 314-577-5392 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other education opportunities
Education seminars, webinars, lectures and hands-on training is offered in conjunction with Saint Louis University School of Medicine.
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 - 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.