Inclusive emergency medicine conference launches in north Idaho
The New Frontier Emergency Medicine event brings together physicians, nurses and EMS providers to learn the latest in emergency care
By News Staff
COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho – Registration for a newly launched emergency medicine symposium that will focus on the latest in emergency care trends is now open to physicians, nurses and EMS providers.
The New Frontier Emergency Medicine Symposium aims to “deliver the highest quality, patient and provider, focused medical education” to advanced practice providers. The April 25 to 27 event is designed to be an inclusive emergency medicine symposium.
"The conference will feature a two-specimen procedural cadaver lab and three simulated advanced skills sessions," said Chris Way, conference co-organizer and Kootenai County EMS chief. "Come spend a few days in beautiful Coeur d'Alene, Idaho learning, networking and enjoying what the area has to offer."
The New Frontier Emergency Medicine Symposium is a collegial offering focused on the latest emergency care trends. General and breakout sessions will feature national speakers as well as expert clinicians and educators from throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Registration includes attendee CME/CNE/CEU for physicians, nurses and EMS providers.