Western Emergency Department Operations Conference (WEDOC) 2014

Western Emergency Department Operations Conference (WEDOC) 2014

Aiming Higher

11.0
| Accreditation
Target Audience:

Administrators, Decision-Makers, ED Allied Health Providers, Nurses, and Physicians

Course Format: Conference
The Sutton Place Hotel
10235 101 Street
Edmonton AB
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Overview

Pre-registration is now closed. Please register onsite.

The mission of the Western Emergency Department Operations Conference (WEDOC-2104) is to deliver a dynamic, interactive and evidence-based educational update, covering a variety of aspects related to operations research. Using local, national and international expert speakers, an evidence-based and succinct presentation format, and sufficient time for question and venues for discussion, the organizing committee is committed to providing an energetic and interactive educational program. The goal of the conference is to aim higher through collaboration and sharing in order to address one of the most important health care issues facing Canadians in the 21st century: system-wide overcrowding. In addition, the venue and timing will introduce conference attendees to the wonders of Spring in Edmonton, especially its River Valley and warm hospitality. We look forward to you learning and sharing your experiences with us!

Poster submissions are now closed.

Key Speakers

Skills Gained

  • Review system-wide interventions such as P4P, accountability frameworks, benchmarks to address ED overcrowding
  • Further develop the Western Canadian network in Emergency Medicine and operations
  • Identify opportunities for collaboration and information sharing

Cost

Early bird registration: Wed. Apr 9, 2014 | Add to calendar +


Early Bird
By Apr 9, 2014
Apr 9, 2014 to 
Apr 23, 2014
Onsite
FULL CONFERENCE RATES      
Physician $450 $500 $500
Allied Health Professional $350 $400 $400
Resident/Student $100 $150 $150
Cancellations and Refunds

Accommodation

The Sutton Place Hotel
10235 101 Street
Edmonton  British Columbia  T5J 3E9
Canada

We are happy to announce the venue for 2014 will be The Sutton Place Hotel Edmonton!

Delicate crystal chandeliers, warm colors of Italian marble and granite, soft luxury Persian carpets, unique French Provincial styled furnishings and specially trained Sutton Place Hotel service professionals all welcome you into the comfort of the all new The Sutton Place Hotel, Edmonton.

Special conference accommodation rates start @ $132.00 CDN per night - rate deadline extended to April 7th!

Reserve your room:

Pre & Post Conference Options

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    CAEP Roadshow (Toxicology)
    Target Audience: Emergency Physicians
    Apr 30, 2014
    The Sutton Place Hotel
    Edmonton, AB
    Canada T5J 3E9

    For registration after April 23 please contact:

    Carrol Ann Lapierre
    613.523.3343x14
    Or 1.800.463.1158 x 14
    calapierre@caep.ca

    0730 - 1630 (Registration 0730 - 0800)

    Emerg Docs – no one knows Tox better than you do! Perfect your knowledge with us!

    Learning Objectives:
    Using a highly interactive case based format, by the end of this workshop participants will be able to:
    • For apparently benign intoxications, not underestimate or miss the serious cases; and, not  over treat the truly benign cases
    • Use a systematic approach to a patient presenting with coma of unknown cause
    • Look for physical signs that define and identify the toxidrome
    • Use a systematic approach to treat an agitated/delirious patient to identify those with a toxic etiology
    • Treat Toxic seizures differently
    • Know what is new on the streets
    • Enhance elimination of toxins using appropriate methods
    • Use antidotes appropriately
    • Deal with the patient who refuses treatment while respecting their rights
    • Use laboratory and other tests efficiently
    • Look for and recognize difficult/serious intoxications that commonly kill, and manage them aggressively
    • Modify your approach to pediatric intoxications by taking into account specific pediatric issues

      Early Bird
    By Apr 9, 2014
    Apr 9, 2014 to 
    Apr 23, 2014
    Onsite
    WEDNESDAY, Apr 30        Pre-Registration Required – Limited Space!   
    CAEP Member $525 $575 $575
    CAEP Resident Member $150 $175 $175
    Non-Member Physician $750 $800 $800
    Non-Member Resident $300 $325 $325
    Physician Assistant/Nurse/
    Paramedic/Pharmacist
    $200 $225 $225

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    TRIAGE: "Enhancing the Nurse and Patient Experience Positively" Pre-conference Workshop
    Target Audience: Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses
    Apr 30, 2014
    The Sutton Place Hotel
    Edmonton, AB
    Canada T5J 3E9

    Pre-registration is now closed. Please register onsite.

    0730 - 1630 (Registration 0730 - 0830)

    Sessions topics include:
    -    Tales of triumph from the waiting room
    -    Case studies
    -    Communication challenges & bias
    -    Updates for pediatrics
    -    Rural triage challenges

    Highlighted speakers:
    Karen Latoszek, RN, ENC(c); Patient Care Manager, Emergency Department, University of Alberta Hospital & Stollery Children's Emergency Department, Edmonton, AB
    Sherry Stackhouse RN,BSN
    Margaret Dymond RN BSN ENC(c)

    Nurses CME credits - tbc

    In addition, join us for WEDOC (May 1st and 2nd 2014) to experience the full discussion of emergency department throughput from triage to discharge!

    Registration: NENA Members $60/Non-Members $77 per person. Includes lunch and refreshments
    Location: Rowand Room, Sutton Place Hotel, Edmonton, Alberta

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