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Burn Surge: The First 24 Hours
Release and Expiration Dates
Release Date: 4/6/2020
Expiration Date: 4/6/2023
Last Reviewed Date
4/6/2020
Burn Surge: The First 24 Hours

Program Overview
Burn Surge: The First 24 Hours, is a course offered in series two of Trauma University, which debuted at TCAA's 2018 Annual Conference. Course topics are contributed by TCAA members and are designed to provide practitioners with clinical education opportunities. The purpose of this activity is to provide guidance on effective burn care for the trauma patient.

Estimated completion time: 30 minutes

Target Audience: The Trauma healthcare team and other clinical departments

Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this course, the learner should be better able to:
1. Understand what a burn patient is
2. Explore where burn patients can be treated
3. Describe who can treat burn patients
4. Examine what needs to be done first in treating burn patients

Moderator: Timothy Murphy
Faculty Presenter: Dr. Jeffrey Carter

Presenter Bio
Dr. Jeffrey E. Carter serves as the medical director of the new University Medical Center Burn Center in New Orleans and as associate professor of surgery at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. Prior to moving to New Orleans he served as the Associate Director for the Wake Forest Baptist Health Burn Center in Winston Salem, North Carolina, Medical Director for the Wake Forest School of Medicine Center for Experiential and Applied Learning, and as the Director of Surgical Education. He graduated from East Tennessee State University Quillen College of Medicine first in the class and pursued general surgery residency at Wake Forest University with an additional research fellowship in surgical education where he cofounded the Center for Applied Learning after raising $3.5 million as a second year resident. The center focused on experiential learning and produced improved patient care outcomes such as zero sentinel event rate in the operating room and improved trauma team efficiency gaining national recognition. He continued training at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill with a fellowship in Surgical Critical Care followed by another fellowship year in Burn Surgery where he received the Womack Scholar Award. In 2008, his research in burn injuries was recognized by the American Burn Association with the Moyer Award, the highest award in the field of burn care for a physician in-training. He has won numerous teaching awards with clinical and research interests including advances in burn care and education, macroeconomics of medical education, and team-based education with novel biomimetic simulators. Collaborating with fellow Wake Forest burn surgeons they developed an advanced technique to apply spray skin in large injuries dramatically reducing patient length of stay. He followed with the first application of autologous cell suspension (spray skin) on the face of burn victims on this hemisphere and received international recognition with outstanding results. He serves on multiple national committees for the American Burn Association and combined his passion for teaching and burn care with a grant from the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma to develop an Advanced Burn Provider Course. This curriculum was developed with a national multidisciplinary needs assessment and new biomimetic burn simulators that were scaled for production following validation and publication. The course is now being evaluated by the ABA and the Organization and Delivery of Burn Care Committee. He plans to continue advancing burn care, emergency preparedness, and education while starting the new Burn Center at UMC.

References

Ortiz-Pujols M, Thompson K, Sheldon GF, et al. Burn care: Are there sufficient providers and facilities? ACS Health Policy Research Institute, November 2011.

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EAST Trauma Fellowships https://www.east.org/professional-development/fellowships Accessed March 22, 2018.

American Board of Surgery SCC Exam http://www.absurgery.org/default.jsp?statcrit Accessed March 22, 2018.

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AMA FRIEDA Database https://freida.ama-assn.org/Freida/user/search/programSearch.do Accessed November 13, 2017.

ACGME General Surgery Common Program Requirements https://www.acgme.org/Portals/0/PFAssets/ProgramRequirements/440_general_surgery_2016.pdf Accessed March 18, 2017.

ACGME Plastic Surgery Common Program Requirements https://www.acgme.org/Portals/0/PFAssets/ProgramRequirements/360_plastic_surgery_2016.pdf Accessed November 13, 2017.

ACGME Emergency Medicine Common Program Requirements https://www.acgme.org/Portals/0/PFAssets/ProgramRequirements/110_emergency_medicine_2016.pdf Accessed

Planners
Timothy Murphy
Dr. Christoph Kaufman
Jennifer Ward
Deb Myers
Dr. Britt Christmas
Peer Reviewer
Dr. Chayanin Musikasinthorn
Summary
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
Credit Offered: 0.5 CE Credit
0.5 CME Credit
0.5 COP Credit
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