Monthly Continuing Education for Athletic Trainers*

We sponsor a regular 1-hour continuing education session for athletic trainers. NHMI is a BOC Approved Provider. 

 

September - 2 EBP!

Title: The Athletic Trainers Response to the Opioid Crisis: A Comprehensive 360 Degree Approach

Speakers: Edward Strapp, TP/C, FP/C, NRP, ATC

Ed is currently a Trooper & Flight Paramedic with the Maryland State Police but maintains his athletic training certification and is still very active with the US Ski and Snowboard teams as well as providing event coverage for local tournaments and games. Ed holds a Masters’ Degree from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (1999) in Exercise Science/Athletic Training and a Bachelors’ Degree from the University of Pittsburgh (’97) in Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Science/Athletic Training. Ed has been certified for 20 years and worked in both High School and College programs in addition to being a rotational athletic trainer and traveling the world with the Ski and Snowboard Teams. The Acute care of patients has always been the passion throughout Ed’s career working in EMS, Athletic Training and even as a ski patroller at several mountains. Ed has been an EMT-Basic since 1997 and became a Paramedic in 2010, also carrying a Wilderness EMS certification and has been working full time in EMS since 2010. In addition to his athletic training certification Ed also hold a flight paramedic certification and tactical paramedic certification.

Date/Time: Wednesday, September 4, 2019, 10:00a-12:00p

Location: 35 Kosciuszko St, Manchester, NH

Target Audience: Athletic Trainers

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this learning activity, participants will be able to:

– Define & describe the current epidemiology related to the opioid crisis.

– Identify and discuss signs and symptoms of opioid abuse.

– Identify and discuss emergent treatment options for opioid overdose.

– Identify and discuss strategies for prevention of opioid abuse.

– Identify and discuss strategies for comprehensive management of opioid abuse.

– Identify and discuss possible alternative therapies to opioid use.

Learning Format: Live lecture

Difficulty Level: Advanced

Applicable Domains:

- Examination, Assessment and Diagnosis
- Immediate and Emergency Care

Additional Cost: $15 (pay registration fee here)

Cancellation Policy: Full refunds will be made before deadline. After deadline, fee is non-refundable. We reserve the right to cancel the meeting; full fee will be refunded.

Registration: Please RSVP by email (sandy@nhmi.net) by Friday, August 30. NHMI membership is required to attend ($20/year).  Become a member here: https://www.nhmi.net/members.html

Disclosures:

Edward Strapp, TP/C, FP/C, NRP, ATC (Speaker) - I have no commercial interests, financial relationships or relevant financial relationships, or actual or potential conflict of interest in relation to this program or presentation.

Cassandra Snow, MS, N.H.LAT, ATC (Planner) - Cramer Advisory Council - Consultant

Sponsors: None

NH Musculoskeletal Institute (BOC AP#P966) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is approved for a maximum of 2 EBP Category hours/CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.

October - TBA

November - 1 EBP!

Title: On-Field Management of the Critically Injured Athlete

Speaker: Edward Strapp, TP/C, FP/C, NRP, ATC

Ed is currently a Trooper & Flight Paramedic with the Maryland State Police but maintains his athletic training certification and is still very active with the US Ski and Snowboard teams as well as providing event coverage for local tournaments and games. Ed holds a Masters’ Degree from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (1999) in Exercise Science/Athletic Training and a Bachelors’ Degree from the University of Pittsburgh (’97) in Physical Education, Exercise and Sports Science/Athletic Training. Ed has been certified for 20 years and worked in both High School and College programs in addition to being a rotational athletic trainer and traveling the world with the Ski and Snowboard Teams. The Acute care of patients has always been the passion throughout Ed’s career working in EMS, Athletic Training and even as a ski patroller at several mountains. Ed has been an EMT-Basic since 1997 and became a Paramedic in 2010, also carrying a Wilderness EMS certification and has been working full time in EMS since 2010. In addition to his athletic training certification Ed also hold a flight paramedic certification and tactical paramedic certification.

Date: Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 10:00a-11:00a. This is also available as a webinar-type event for those who cannot travel to the location.

Location: 35 Kosciuszko St, Manchester, NH. Speaker will present lecture virtually in real time. 

Target Audience: Athletic Trainers

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this learning experience, participants will be able to:

- Summarize the use of Emergency Action Plans in athletic training.
- Discuss event day procedures for organization and activation of the EAP.
- Integrate management techniques into their athletic training practice and emergency action plan.
- Identify the following skills: MARCH Trauma Assessment, Airway Management, Wound Care, Advanced Splinting, and Patient Packaging techniques.

Learning Format: Live, lecture. Speaker will present lecture virtually in real time. 

Difficulty Level: Advanced

Applicable Domains: Immediate and Emergency Care

Additional Cost: $10 (pay registration fee here)

Cancellation Policy: Full refunds will be made before deadline. After deadline, fee is non-refundable. We reserve the right to cancel the meeting; full fee will be refunded.

Registration: Please RSVP by email (sandy@nhmi.net) by Friday, Nov 8. NHMI membership is required to attend ($20/year).  Become a member here: https://www.nhmi.net/members.html

Disclosures:

Edward Strapp, TP/C, FP/C, NRP, ATC (Speaker) – I have no commercial interests, financial relationships or relevant financial relationships, or actual or potential conflict of interest in relation to this program or presentation.

Cassandra Snow, MS, N.H.LAT, ATC – Cramer Advisory Council – Consultant

Sponsors: None 

NH Musculoskeletal Institute (BOC AP#P966) is approved by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education to Certified Athletic Trainers. This program is approved for a maximum of 1 EBP Category hours/CEUs. ATs should claim only those hours actually spent in the educational program.

December - TBA

 

*We reserve the right to change speakers and/or topics.