12/2/17 – ATLS Recertification – PM Session
The Advanced Trauma Life Support program can teach you a systematic, concise approach to the care of a trauma patient. ATLS was developed by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma (COT) and was first introduced in the US and abroad in 1980. Its courses provide you with a safe and reliable method for immediate management of injured patients. The course teaches you how to assess a patient’s condition, resuscitate and stabilize him or her, and determine if his or her needs exceed a facilities capacity. It also covers how to arrange for a patient’s inter-hospital transfer and assure that optimum care is provided throughout the process.
12/8/17-12/9/17 – Obstetrical Simulation Course
Emergencies and Catastrophes
Course Director: Shelly Holmstrom, MD, FACOG
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12/15/17 – Marketing/Industry Summit
Join Visit Tampa Bay and guest speakers as we highlight 2018 marketing initiatives and industry trends.
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1/13/18-1/14/18 – Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery course and cadaver lab
1/19/18-1/21/18 – 2018 Symposium & Rhinolaryngoscopy Hands-On Workshop
Update in Allergy and Immunology
Course director: Richard F. Lockey, MD
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4/9/18 – Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Support
PFCCS prepares non-intensivists, nurses, and critical care practitioners to deal with acute deterioration of critically ill pediatric patients. The course also assists the non-intensivist in handling the sudden decline of a previously stable patient and prepares house staff for pediatric intensive care unit coverage.
4/23/18-4/24/18 – Fundamental Critical Care Support
The Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) internationally renowned two-day FCCS course is the go-to resource for training non-intensivist house staff, residents, pharmacists, nurses, or other critical care practitioners, how to recognize patient status deterioration and manage critically ill and injured patients effectively