NEW FRONTIER EMERGENCY MEDICINE VIRTUAL SYMPOSIUM

The 2022 Symposium is scheduled to be held April 21-23, 2022. Registration and more information is coming soon. Click the link below to save your seat.

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2021 Symposium schedule

You can filter the schedule by Hybrid or In Person, and also by day of the week. All Hybrid classes are live streamed  and will have no location information.

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Pre-con Options

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Cadaver Lab


$ 229

2 Sessions Available – 3 hours ea.


  • Hands on Learning
  • Describe the benefits of a human specimen training lab.
  • Compare and contrast a simple pneumothorax vs. a tension pneumothorax.
  • Understand the risk vs. benefit of different types of airway adjuncts.
  • Demonstrate proper tourniquet application.
  • Limit 30 per class

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Peer To Peer Counseling


$ 139

2 Sessions Available – 4 hours ea.


  • Gain insight into trauma and how we process and store it.
  • Discuss Post-traumatic Stress Disorder/Injury and effective techniques that mitigate impact and symptoms.
  • Gain an understanding of and practice with the solution-focused peer-to-peer process.
  • Be introduced to the coping quotient concept and discuss how to promote posttraumatic growth after trauma.
  • Participants will recognize how the tenets of solution-focused practice change peer support.
  • Be introduced to an effective structure for comprehensive well-being programs in the Emergency Medical Provider community.
  • Will practice the peer-to-peer process.

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It’s All About The Kids


$ 139

2 Sessions Available – 4 hours ea.


  • The participant should be able to identify JumpStart criteria for triage in disasters.
  • The participant should be able to perform a triage activity utilizing JumpStart triage.
  • The participant should be able to recall pediatric cardiac anomalies.
  • The participant should be able to identify system(s) impact of pediatric medical emergencies.
  • The participant should be able to solve pediatric medication dosing calculations.
  • The participant should be able to solve pediatric fluid resuscitation calculations.
  • The participant should be able to integrate current research to their own pediatric emergency medical care.

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Heart Alert! ECG Patterns of Acute Coronary Occlusion


$ 169

1 Session Available – 4 hours


  • orrelate various ECG lead configurations with coronary anatomy.
  • Understand indicative and reciprocal ECG changes and apply them to your diagnosis of a patient with acute coronary occlusion.
  • Recognize the ECG signs of acute occlusion of the right coronary artery, left anterior
  • Identify ECG patterns that warrant additional ECG views in order to maximize your diagnostic yield.
  • Identify ECG patterns that are consistent with acute coronary occlusion, but do not present with ST elevation.

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Cardiac Arrest 360


$ 139

1 Session Available – 4 hours


  • Understand the pathophysiology of sudden cardiac arrest.
  • Describe the differences between pediatric and adult cardiac arrest.
  • Discuss the role of public education and action in cardiac arrest survival.
  • Describe critical actions that should occur during the pre- and post-ROSC phases.
  • Discuss the latest research regarding airway management strategies in cardiac arrest.
  • Discuss the latest American Heart Association BLS and ALS guidelines for adult and pediatric cardiac arrest management.

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