BCEN Learn Live Chicago Agenda

Conference agenda for BCEN Learn Live Chicago, May 5-7, 2024.


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Chicago, IL

May 5-7, 2024

Interactive, ‘TED-style’ CE sessions will cover a variety of clinical and leadership topics, including AI in emergency medicine, burn care, human trafficking, factitious disorders, PERT alerts in the ED, and so much more… Explore the full conference agenda below!


Conference Agenda

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  • Sunday, May 5
    12-1 PM Pre-Conference Session Attendee Check In
    1-5  PM Pre-Conference Workshops (Registration and fee required, limited space available.)
    Pediatric Pitfalls (Scott DeBoer)
    Hot Topics: Managing Burns of All Depths and Sizes (Debbie Harrell)
    2-5:30 PM General Session Check In/Exhibitors setup
    6-7:30 PM Welcome Reception
  • Monday, May 6
    6:30 AM-4:30 PM Attendee Check In Open
    7:30-9 AM BCEN Certibration Breakfast
    Finding Your North Star (Ivan Joseph)
    9-9:30 AM Energy Break/Exhibit Hall/Wellness Lounge
    9:30-10 AM AC/DC: It’s Not Just a Band (Kimberley Benzick)
    10-10:30 AM Burn: Priorities and Pitfalls (Anne O’Connor)
    10:30-11 AM Don’t Be Afraid of Treating Extensive Burns (Arthur Sanford)
    11:00-11:30 AM Understanding the Psychosocial Needs of the Burn Patient (Kelly McElligott)
    11:30-12PM It’s Your License, Love It or Lose It (Deborah Spann)
    12-1 PM Attendee Luncheon/Exhibit Hall/Wellness Lounge
    1-1:30 PM Nonfatal Strangulation (Andrew Mahoney)
    1:30-2 PM Human Trafficking and Healthcare (Alexandra Johnson)
    2-2:30 PM Sexual Assaults Within the Department of Defense (Angela Leonardo)
    2:30-3 PM Energy Break/Exhibit Hall/Wellness Lounge
    3-3:30 PM The Intersection of AI and Value-based Care in Emergency Medicine (Tom Scaletta)
    3:30-4 PM Annie! Annie! Are You OK? The Science Behind the Resuscitation (Teri Campbell)
    4-4:30 PM Surviving Neonatal Resuscitation (Scott DeBoer)
    4:30 PM Day 1 Closing Remarks
    4:30-5:30 PM Exhibitor Reception
  • Tuesday, May 7
    7:30-8:30 AM Breakfast
    Empowering Emergency Nurses in Media (Alice Benjamin)
    8:30-8:45 AM Break
    8:45-9:15 AM The Internet Never Forgets! How to Use Social Media as a Nurse (Sarah Wells)
    9:15-10:00 AM Passing the Baton: Ensuring Smooth Leadership Transitions (Shawntay Harris)
    10-10:30 AM Energy Break/Exhibit Hall/Wellness Lounge
    10:30-11 AM Behavior Health Emergencies: Creating a New Care Model to Reduce Length of Stay in the ED (Ellen Turnbull)
    11-11:30 AM PERT Alert in the ED (Kristie Gallagher)
    11:30-12 PM Fact or Fiction: Are These Cutting-Edge Medical Innovations Too Good to Be True? (Joseph Blansfield)
    12-1 PM Attendee Luncheon/Exhibit Hall/Wellness Lounge
    1-1:30 PM From the Scene to ED: Bridging the Gap in Prehospital and ED Communications (Ryan Klavohn)
    1:30-2 PM Change of Plans: Expecting and Treating the Unexpected (Caroline Levin)
    2-2:30 PM Deception: Factitious Disorders (Rebecca Steinman)
    2:30-3 PM Pediatric Emergency Simulation Mastery: Navigating Critical Moments in the ED and Transport Environments (Jannie White)
    3-3:30 PM Energy Break/Wellness Lounge
    3:30-4 PM Creating an ED Transition Program: Expanding Onboarding Practices for the Novice ED Nurse (Korrine Potter)
    4-4:30 PM Humanitarian Medical Missions: What They Are and What They Are Not (Harriet Hawkins)
    4:30 PM Closing Remarks