Day of skill building on offer for Napa trauma services personnel

June 16, 2018 by  

Those who work in the field of trauma and emergency medical care may wish to make room in their calendar for a Napa event that will add to the set of skills they can draw on in the performance of their duties.

The morning symposium will include presentations form a variety of experts in the field, and the subjects they will cover include airway management, geriatric trauma, TXA and hemorrhage control, and hip fractures. There will be time for the delegates to ask question and also to network and share best practices with one another.

Thanks to the generosity of Napa County EMS, ST. Joseph Health and Queen of the Valley Hospital, there is no charge to register to take part in the event. The organizers noted that the EMS personnel and also nurses who take part in the function may qualify for four CE credits. Custom designed presentation folders, copies of handouts, and branded swag for an occasion like this can be produced by a printing services provider in the local area.

This opportunity for those who work in the field of emergency services to expand their skillset has been planned for the morning of July 16. It is scheduled to begin at 8:00 am, and while it is being offered free of charge, those who would like to be included have been asked to register ahead of time.

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