Join LifeMed Alaska on Thursday, August 14 at the Bear Tooth Theatre for the latest in our FlightCheck series.  We will welcome Bob Carnevale and Nancy Stuck, special guest speakers from Washington, DC, to discuss compelling safety and patient care topics. 
Register below by Thursday, August 12. 

This is a free FlightCheck and all in the aviation, medical and air medical community are invited to attend.  Join us for the entire day, or have lunch and attend the afternoon sessions. 

This FlightCheck can be attended via GoToWebinar.

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9:25       Doors Open to Attendees
9:30       LifeMed Operations Briefing
9:40       Welcome
9:45       Air Medical Resource Management (AMRM) Training 
               Mark Meuser, CFRN and Steven Lewis, Chief Pilot
10:45     Break
10:55     Threat and Error Management Brian Heaslet, Director of HSET
11:10     Fatigue Management Brian Heaslet
11:25     Just Culture Brian Heaslet
11:40     Other CAMTS-Related Topics
12:00     Networking Lunch (Pizza and Salad Buffet)
13:00     Normalization of Deviance Bob Carnevale
14:30     When Your Patient is a Co-Worker
Nancy Stuck, RN
15:30     Q&A
16:00     Closing Remarks

Bob Carnevale - Bob is a retired Army helicopter pilot and instructor pilot who has flown in a variety of roles in his military and civilian careers: assault, medevac, VIP, and law enforcement, to name a few. He flew in the first single-pilot IFR EC-135 program in the country, and managed the aviation aspects of the busiest medevac base in the country for several years. Bob is presently the Safety Manager at the Office of the Architect of the Capitol. Bob will talk about Normalization of Deviance  what happens when an established procedure is replaced by work-arounds, cutting corners, or adopting a "this is the way we do it around here" mentality, and allowing those methods to become the new normal. Bob's talk will have wide applicability in both the aviation and clinical settings, and beyond.  Anyone working in a field with procedures established to ensure safety or consistency will find value in this talk.

Nancy Stuck, RN - Nancy has been a registered nurse for 26 years, specializing in adult and neonatal ICU nursing and flight nursing. She worked in a busy Level One trauma center in Washington, DC, and flew with its helicopter flight program for many years. Most recently Nancy has served as adjunct faculty at a Northern Virginia college teaching pathophysiology and serving as a clinical preceptor. Nancy will share a compelling story about what it is like to treat a co-worker as a patient-and how it feels as a patient being treated by your co-workers.

Register for LifeMed Alaska's FlightCheck Event
at the Bear Tooth Theatre on 8/14/14

* Required

If you experience trouble with the registration process, please contact info@lifemedalaska.com.

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