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PRESENTATIONS

[Note:  Not all presentations have been approved for posting.  Only those that have been approved are included below.]

T​​uesday

0815-0845 Wounded Warrior Talk with Spouse
Capt (Ret) Nathaniel Nelson and Jennifer Nelson
0845-0915 SOF Combat Medic Vignette
SFC Justin Peck, ATP
LTC Christina Hahn, MD
0915-1000Strategic Overview
Tim Nichols, PhD, Duke SOF Program
1045-1130 Tom Deal Memorial Lecture: Medical Support to Protection, Security, and Crisis Response Activities Overseas
William A. Walters, MD, Managing Director for Operational Medicine, Bureau of Medical Services, U.S. Department of State
1130-1200

Case Study: Infant with Blast Injuries;
Foley as He​morrhage Control in Neck Wound (Mosul);
Current Challenges and Future Directions for Special Operations Medicine
Jean Ceccaldi, BE NSOCM 
Michael Turconi, IT NSOCM 
Adrian Murphy, M.D. PhD, Program Director, NATO Special Operations Medicine Development Initiative, University College Cork, Ireland

1300-1330Business Meeting
2017 Minutes
2018 Agenda
Master Chief Steve Viola, MA, NREMT-P
1330-1400 ECMO: The Wave of the Future?
P. Andrew Stephens, MD, FACEP, LTC, MC, FS, DMO
1400-1430 Implementation and Training for Far-Forward REBOA
MAJ Andrew Fisher, MPAS
1430-1500 TBI and PCS (Post-Concussive Syndrome): Nutrition, Biomechanics, Pathophysiology, and Treatment Strategies 
Tara Lillemon, DPT
Laurel Wentz, PhD
1545-1630SOF Combat Medic Vignettes
Benjamin Tristan
John Siedler
1630-1700U.S. Global Health Engagement Strategy and SOF
Mark Mitchell, OASD SO/LIC
1700-1730Tactical Medical Support for the RAID Unit and Lessons Learned from 2015 Terrorist Attacks in Paris
Matthieu Langlois, MD


Wednesday

Track 1: MilSOF​
​0800-0830

0830-0900

0900-0930

0930-1000

1045-1115

1115-1145



1145-1215

1330-1400

1400-1430

1430-1500

1545-1615

1615-1645

1645-1715
SOF Truths as Applied to SOF Medical Support
LTC Cord Cunningham, MD
Advanced Field Care
COL Jay Baker, MD 528th Surgeon
Expeditionary Combat Medic (ECM)
MSG Erik Gonzalez, NCOIC CPHM
Prehospital Initiatives Ranger Style
LTC Ethan Miles, MD, 75th Ranger Regiment Surgeon
Surgical Support During OIR - Lessons Learned in Syria 
MAJ Julie Rizzo, MD
Evaluating Host Nation Hospitals for Medical Contingency Planning
MSG Donald Hovander, Battalion 18D 
MAJ Ja​​son Pickett, Battalion Surgeon,  2/19 Special Forces Group (Airborne)​
Expeditionar​y Resuscitation Surgical Teams (ERST)
MSG Rich Jarrett, NCOIC CPHM
​​U​pdate on Pararescue Medical Operations
LtCol Stephen Rush, M.D., USAF Pararescue Medical Director
Use of Pediatric BVM for Adult Patients?
Jeffrey Siegler, MD, EMT-P
Special Forces Medical Seargeant Skills Course
SFC Paul Loos
Burn Care in the Austere Environment
MAJ ​​Julie Rizzo, MD
Pediatric Prehospital Trauma for the SOF Provider
LTC Guyon Hill, MD
BATDOK (Battlefield Assisted Trauma Distributed Observation Kit)
Gregory Burnett
LtCol John Dorsch
  Track 2: TEMS
0800-0830


0830-0915

0915-1000​

1045-1145

1145-1215

1330-1430

1430-1500

1545-1615

1615-1715
Teaching TEMS in the Ukraine: An After Action Report of an International Partnership
Troy Meeks
Legal Implications in TEMS
Kevin Gerold, MD, JD
Sick Call in TEMS
Ameen Jamali, MD
Medical Best Practices at Hostile Mass Casualty Events
Mike Clumpner
Novel Opioids 
Jason Pickett, MD
Whole Blood Prehospital
Kevin Schulz, MD
TEMS in Correctional Institutions  
Adolfo Savia, MD
TEXAS DPS 
John Dunn, LP, DPS
Taking TECC to Local Law Enforcement Agencies: Utilizing a Reasonable Amount of Training Time and Providing a Robust  Practical Curriculum
John Stevens​
Street Medicine
Street Medicine:  Care Under Fire
Street Medicine:  Non-Trauma Events
Street Medicine:  Open Area Rescues
Street Medicine:  Tactical Field Care
  Track 3: Human Performance & Resiliency
0800-0830

0830-0900

0900-0930

0930-1000


1045-1115

1115-1145

1145-1215


1330-1400

1400-1430

1430-1500​

1545-1615


1615-1645


1645-1715
Genetics Testing for Injury Prevention
Stuart K. Kim
Nutrition for the SOF Operator
Bob Calvin, MS, RD, LD, CSSD, CSCS
State of the Art of Blood Flow Restriction
Johnny Owens, MPT
Evolution Protocol
CO​L James Lynch, MD
LTC(P) Gary Means, MD
Biomarker Testing
David LeMay, MD
Optimizing SOF Soldiers in Environmental Stress Conditions
COL Francis O'Connor, MD, MPH
OTSG - Update on Concussion Management to Include Current Oculomotor and Vesti​bular Rehabilitation Concepts
MAJ Tyson Baynes, PA-C​
Managing Operational Stress
NBA Cares Ambassador Bob Delaney
Alpha Stim and Its Applications for Sleep, Depression and Anxiety
Jeff A. Marksberry, MD, CCRP
Sleep Optimization to Enhance Performance for the SOF Operator 
COL Chris J. Lettieri, MD
UPDATE - USSOCOM Magnetic Resonance EEG Guided Transcranial Stimulation for the Treatment of PTS/TBI​  
COL Mark Baggett, PhD
The Role of Specialized Resolving Mediators in Sport Related Health Conditions​  
David LeMay, MD
Therapeutic Reprograming of Tissue within the Live Body
Chandan K. Sen, PhD
 ​ Track 4: Global Health Engagement and Medical Support Operations for Unconventional Warfare 
0815-0900

0900-0930


0930-1000

1045-1130


1130-1215

1330-1430

1430-1500

1545-1615

1615-1645

1645-1715

U.S. Global Health Engagement Strategy and SOF
Mark Swayne, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
The WHO Emergency Medical Team Process and Relevance to Global Response
Erin Noste, MD
Rules of the Road: Civil Military Engagement in ODTAAC
CDR Kris Meyer
SOF Medics Mission Planning Considerations for the UW/HA/GHE Mission Set
SGM(Ret) Mike H​etzler, NRP, ATP
Lessons Learned: Delivering Trauma Care in Mosul, Iraq
Katherine Bequary, NYC Medics​
CBRNE Threat in Current AO
MSG Devin DeFeo
Operating Complex Environments: South Sudan​ 
Payal Modi, MD,MPH
Operations in Complex Environments: YEMEN
Chris Houston
Guerilla Hospitals in WWII European Theater
COL(Ret) Warner 'Rocky' Farr, MD
​UW in EUCOM
COL Sean Keenan, MD
  Track 5: Research
0740-0800

0800-0820


0820-0840


0840-0900


0900-0920


0920-0940


0940-1000

​1045-1100


1100-1120


1120-1140


1140-1200


1200-1215

1330-1345


1345-1400


1400-1420


1420-1440


1440-1500


1545-1600


1600-1620



1620-1640


1640-1700



1700-1720
C​ontinuous Vital-Signs Monitoring from Medevac to Higher-Level Care
Catherine Divingian, MS, PhD, MD Candidate​
Geoffrey Miller
Venom sPLA2 Inhibition by LY315920 Rescues Mice From Lethal Experimental Envenomation and Appears to Preserve Clotting Function
Matthew R. Lewin, MD, PhD
Freeze-dried Human Plasma Retains In Vitro Coagulation Activity Similar to That of Fresh Frozen Plasma​  
Ashley Parr, MPH
Developing a Prolonged Field Care Human Performance Training and Testing Platform
Sena Veazey 
Monitoring Occupational Exposures to Blast – What Have We Learned? What Are We Doing?
MAJ Walter Carr, PhD
The Influence of Social Media on Prehospital Medical Education
SGT Collin T. Dye
The United States Military Experience with Serum Buffering Agents for Combat-Related Trauma
Maj Christopher Hewitt, DO
Befriending Death: An Ethical Evaluation of Prolonged Field Care's Need to Explore the Process of Attending Death
E. Ann Jeschke, PhD
Combat Application Tourniquet (CAT) Leading to Increased Hemorrhage and Shock Post Gun Shot Wound (GSW) to the Hand
Daniel J. Hull, MD, FACEP
A Systematic Review of the Current Role(s) of Physicians in Tactical Medicine
Keegan Bradley, MD
Is R​EBOA Feasible in the Pre-hospital Combat Casualty Care?
Capt. T.T.C.F. van Dongen, MD, PhD​
Oxygen Requirements of Mechanically Ventilated Casualties – An Evide​nce Based Evolution
CMSgt(Ret), Dario Rodriquez, Jr
Whole Blood Leukoreduction with Platelet Sparing Technology: Modified for Far Forward Operations
Warren Dorlac
Evaluation of Human Simulation Models (HSM) - a current Chance for Replace or Reduce the Number of Animals in Live Tissue Training
André Lieber
Fever of Unknown Origin in US Service Member – Medical Support Limited in Forward Location (West Africa)
MAJ Paul Auchincloss, MPAS, APA-C
New Military Research Task Areas in Medical Robotics and Medical Autonomous and Unmanned Platforms 
COL (Ret) Gary Gilbert, PhD
The Operational Advantages of Utilizing Enteral Resuscitation for Severe Burn Injury in Prolonged Field Care Scenarios
David Burmeister, PhD
Diagnosis of ARDS from transcutaneous O2 saturation measurement in a combat relevant model of prolonged field care and ground and high-altitude evacuation 
Andriy I. Batchinsky
Seeing is Believing: Exhaled Carbon Dioxide Education Using a Live Tissue Model of Hemorrhagic Shock
Hannelisa Callisen, PA-C
Police Department Tactical Medicine (TACMED) program impact on trauma patient mortality: A review of a large urban EMS and TACMED system.
CDR Elliot Ross, MD, MPH

Best teaching modality - simulation, live tissue or augmented reality?
MAJ Tania Rogerson, MBBS, MPH​
  Track 6: International
0800-0845

0845-0930


0930-1000


1030-1130

1130-1215​

1330-1415

1415-1500

1500-1545​


1545-1630


1630-1715​
Medical Support for Domestic CT Operations - NATO SOF Approach
OR07 Daniel Fletcher, Medic
Ketamine S - Experience in the Clinic and Battlefield - A European Approach - Guidelines for Medics
OF04 Florent Josse, MD
Development of Academic SOF Medicine
NATO Special Operations Combat Medic Course
OF4 Adrian Murphy, MD
London's Medical Response to Recent Terrorist Attacks
OF05 Claire Park, MD
CBRN/Toxic Chemistry Industrial in Domestic CT/ for SOF Operations
OF05 Roman Woelfel, MD, PhD, DTMH​
CBRN /Toxic Chemistry Industrial View from a SOF Medic Standpoint    
OR07 Daniel Fletcher, Medic
GSG 9 - The New Challenges of Medical Support for SOF Police
OR02 Markus Moser, Medic
Enabling Partner Forces: Forward CCP in Support of Massive Urban Operation - Operation Inherent Resolve
OR04 Michael Turconi, NATO SOCM​
Case Study of a Belgian SOF Medic - Infant Arrives at CCP
Jean Ceccaldi, NATO SOCM
Francois Waroquier
Starting Up a Human Performance Program Tailored to a SOF Unit: How to Mix Cutting Edge Science with the Tried, Tested and Trusted
Nathalie Pattyn, MD, PhD, MPsy, MSc
1215-1330The Second-Half Updates:     
- Scholarships Friendly to SOF Medics
- 18D to PA Program Update
- Introducing SOMA Scholarship
- CRNA Overview and pathway for SOF medics
- Path-specific Breakout Sessions for PA/MD/DO/CRNA/USUHS -       ​                   Participants will be free to roam and interact.

​Thursday

0800-0830 Leveraging Proven Japanese Science
0830-0915DARPA Update
Eric Van Gieson, PhD
0915-1000 On Scene Medical Response to the Las Vegas Shooting
Jeffrey Yost, EMT
1030-1100 The Death of the Golden Hour and the Return of the Future Guerrilla Hospital
COL(Ret) Warner 'Rocky' Farr, MD
1100-1130 PFC Update
COL Sean Keenan, MD
1130-1230 TCCC Update
MSG(Ret) HR 'Monty' Montgomery