Monday - July 22 - 8:00 am - 11:45 am
Each year Pinnacle brings together great minds to challenge participants to analyze and evaluate changes in best practices based upon recent EMS research. This seminar, facilitated by UCLA’s Prehospital Care Research Forum, will be highly interactive, with participants expected to engage and challenge each other and the session facilitators. By dissecting research methods and results, participants will learn how to interpret the studies and how to apply those lessons to shape best practices in EMS.
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David Page, MS, executive director of the Prehospital Care Research Forum at UCLA, will facilitate this session with some of the leading clinical minds in EMS. Ed Racht, MD, serves as chief medical officer of AMR, the nation’s largest ambulance service provider. Brad Lee, MD, JD, MBA, is the medical director of the Regional EMS Authority in Reno, Nevada. Scott Bourn, PhD, has more than three decades of leadership in EMS quality improvement and currently is vice president of clinical quality and impact at Securisyn Medical and senior quality consultant at ESO Solutions. Peter Antevy, MD, a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in South Florida and founder of Pediatric Emergency Standards Inc., serves as the medical director for Davie Fire-Rescue, Southwest Ranches Fire Rescue and American Ambulance.
Sponsored by ESO