ND Healthcare Preparedness ConferenceRegister

Ramkota Hotel - 800 S 3rd St, Bismarck, ND

Conference Registration 

August 31, 2016
Pre-Conference Training

Morning Session 8:30am - 12:00pm

Options include:North Dakota Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Conference
1. Exercise Planning by Brenda Vossler and Larry Regorrah
2. Training for Port-a-Count Fit Testing by Paul Kulich

Afternoon Session 1:15pm - 4:30pm

- ReGroup Training by Ryan Dreher
- ICS and NIMS Basics by Derek Hanson
- 3M PAPR Options for DECON by Marc Roe

September 1, 2016
Preparedness Conference

8:00 - Welcome/Conference Opening

8:15 - When Disaster Strikes - Moderated by Tim Wiedrich
            - Panel discussion on actual response
            - See how it all comes together

9:30 - Breakout Sessions

           - Evacuation Protocols & Assumptions Vs. Lessons Learned
               by Andy Stann
           - How to Write a Preparedness Plan by Dr. Steven Pickard
           - Infectious Diseases A to Z: From AIDS to Zika by Molly Howell

10:30 - Break

10:45 - Dark Days and Defining Moments: A Coalition's Response
              to a Devastating Bus Accident
by Captian Charity Menefee

11:45 - Lunch

12:15 (During Lunch) - Who do I call? - Public Health - What's their roll?
              by Juli Sickler

1:00 - Breakout SessionsRegister

          - Medical Assets: What we have and how to request by Tim Wiedrich
              (with tour of the assets)
          - Cyber Security and the NDSLIC by Tony Aukland
          - Preparation and Presentation for the Media by Colleen Reinke

2:15 - Breakout Sessions

           - Emergency Medical Services in Ghana West Africa: a personal perspective
                 by Dr. Jefferey Sather
           - The What, When, Where and How of Medical Shelters
                 by Sherry Adams
           - Severe Weather and Your Facility – Derek Hanson

3:30 - Active Shooters in Diverse Environments by Joseph Malhoit III (Minneapolis FBI)

 “Funding for this conference was made possible (in part) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The views expressed in written conference materials or publications and by speakers and moderators do not necessarily reflect the official policies of the Department of Health and Human Services, nor does the mention of trade names, commercial practices, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.”

 

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