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6th​ Annual Stony Brook Trauma Registry Conference - August 16, 2019

Tuesday, May 21, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sue Prentiss
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Registration for the 6th Annual Stony Brook Trauma Registry Conference is now open!


Join other registry and trauma professionals for a one-day educational experience devoted to trauma registry.  Topics include: Complex Injury Coding, Challenging Cases, Medical Directors Role with data, Data Visualization and much more! Breakout sessions will include Pediatric, NYS and Level III registry considerations, Validation of Data, Hiring and training registrars and abstract preparation. The day will end with a panel discussion on registry utilization for things such as SBIRT, MTP and Over/Under Triage. 


DATE:                  Friday AUGUST 16, 2019

TIME:                  8AM to 4PM

LOCATION:         Phillips School of Nursing, 776 6th Avenue, New York, NY


Registration is discounted to $125 prior to July 14th so register early!  Registration includes CEU’s, course materials and lunch/refreshments!


Hope to see you in New York City on August 16th!!


Agenda (as of May 20, 2019):

800-815              Introductions and Welcome

815-900              Trauma Surgeons and Data:  What you need to know. What they need to know.

John McNelis, MD, FACS, FCCM

Chairman of Surgery, Jacobi Medical Center, Professor of Surgery, Einstein School of Medicine


900- 1000           Complex Injury Coding Made Simple

                             Garrett Hall, BSN, RN, CSTR, CAISS

                             Trauma Program Manager, Texas Children’s Hospital


1000-1015          BREAK


1015-1045          Clinical (no, make that Registry) Challenges

                             Jane McCormack, RN, BSN, CSTR

                             Trauma Program Manager, Stony Brook Medicine

1045-1130          Trauma Data Visualization: Designing Tables and Graphs to Enlighten

                             Garrett Hall, BSN, RN, CSTR, CAISS

                             Trauma Program Manager, Texas Children’s Hospital


1130-1230          Breakout Sessions (choose 1)

·       Level III Considerations-- Katrin Diana RN, Stony Brook Southampton Hospital

·       Pediatric Considerations—Jeanne Rubsam TPM, Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital

·       NYS Registry Considerations-- Cristy Meyer TPM North Shore University Hospital

1230-115            Lunch


115-215              Breakout Sessions (Choose 1)     

·       Data Validation- Cristy Meyer TPM North Shore University Hospital

·       Hiring and Training New Registrars  -- Lisa Wilbert, Assistant Director, Quality Measurement and Analytics, Stony Brook Medicine

·       Writing Successful Abstracts- Jane McCormack TPM Stony Brook Hospital


215-345              How I Do It: Panel Discussion focusing using the registry to address common programmatic issues

Hall, Rubsam, Diana, McCormack


345                      Adjourn                                          



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