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Slide 1: presents its annual flagship training conference: Featuring TBI / Psychological Health & Veteran Affairs Focus Days The most CME & CE Credits offered by IDGA in 2009! See page 2 for details. Combat Casualty Care – From the Front Lines through Reintegration March 30 - April 2, 2009 • Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, Vienna, VA This event will deliver: • Key strategic level briefings into the challenges and advancements in military medicine Special focus into the latest treatments of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and delivering long term rehabilitation Insights into front line combat casualty care and candid discussions of interdisciplinary treatment of wounded warriors Assessments of the latest advances in wound care, infection control, and predeployment training Discussions on compassion fatigue and reintegration Obtain invaluable information on the latest in combat medicine from these unparalleled speakers: Lieutenant General James G. Roudebush, USAF, Surgeon General of the Air Force Rear Admiral Richard R. Jeffries, USN, Medical Officer of the Marine Corps Colonel Gregory Boyle, USMC, Commanding Officer, Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment Captain Edward Simmer, USN, Senior Executive Director, Psychological Health Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury Colonel Barbara Springer, USA, Director, Proponency Office for Rehabilitation & Reintegration, Office of the Surgeon General Look inside for the complete speaker roster! • • • • Sponsored by To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710
Slide 2: Who You Will Meet: March 30 - April 2, 2009 Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Cor ner Vienna, VA Dear Honored Caregiver, Operations in Iraq and Afghanis tan continue to create new chal lenges in warfighter care. Technological advancements in milit ary medicine and the refinement of the continuum of care have led to the largest number of casualty survi vors in modern combat history, and have created entirely new considerations for battlefield med icine. As a result, the military med ical community is quickly focusing on advancing techniques for front line procedures, rehabilita tion, transition, and reintegration of the wounded warrior. IDGA’s 9th Annual Battlefield Hea lthcare aims to provide a platform to deliberate enablers, objectives, barriers, goals, and program initiatives to provide com bat casualty care. A series of distinguished speakers and participan ts will provide a roadmap by prese nting a wide array of thoughtprovoking concepts from their dive rse perspectives. This event is the most important of 2009 to address the following critic • al care gaps: Front Line technologies • Patient movement • Medical information systems • Polytrauma coordination • TBI and Combat Stress Injuries • Pre and Post Deployment Medical Training • Rehabilitation and Reintegration • Compassion Fatigue All new this year are the Pre-Summ it TBI/Psychological Health Focu s Day and the Post-Summit Veterans Affairs Focus Day. Both days will closely examine developm ents in the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, transition, and reint egration of our nation’s warfighters. Don’t delay - Take the time now to block off March 30–April 2, 2009 in your calendar, and reserve your place among your peers and key leade rs in the military medical commun ity! Register today by emailing sherryl.jacobs@idga.org or by callin g 416-597-4710. I look forward to seeing you in Marc h. IDGA’s 9th Battlefield Healthcare Training Conference will detail best practices and current developments in combat medicine and rehabilitative care as well as facilitate a forum where treatment initiatives and advanced research can be discussed, debated, and developed. The audience will be comprised of seniorlevel professionals from military units/organizations, government agencies, contractors, technology service providers and academia. Attendees will include directors with the following responsibilities: • • • • • • • • • • • Medical Readiness Education & Training Surgical Care Health Services Medical Plans & Requirements Research & Development Force Health Protection Medical Support Logistics Communications Case Management Join the Battlefield Healthcare Group! Now you can network with other attendees before and after the event! Visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/sherryljacobs today! Jonathan Richardson Program Director Register by Friday, E! February 20th and SAV See page 7 for more information. Log On & Stay Connected! Be sure to add www.BattlefieldHealthcare.com to your “Favorites” on your internet browser and visit us regularly for the latest updates: • Event agenda • Speaker faculty • Sponsors and Exhibitors • Media Partners • Social and networking activities • Download Center featuring speaker presentations and white papers Don’t Miss! CME and Continuing Education Credits Physicians: This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education through the joint sponsorship of the Institute for the Advancement of Human Behavior, A Medical Education Company (IAHB-AMEDCO) and the Institute for Defense and Government Advancement (IDGA). IAHB-AMEDCO is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Satisfactory completion: Participants must complete an attendance/evaluation form in order to receive a certificate of completion/attendance. Your chosen sessions must be attended in their entirety. Partial credit of individual sessions is not available. The evaluation form and the opportunity to print your certificate will be online at www.cmecertificateonline.com after the activity. ADA Statement: ADA accommodations will be made in accordance with the law. If you require ADA accommodations, please indicate what your needs are at the time of registration. We cannot ensure the availability of appropriate accommodations without prior notification. Nurses: This course is co-provided by Amedco and IDGA. Amedco, St Paul, MN, is an approved provider of nursing continuing education by the Wisconsin Nurses Association Continuing Education Approval Program Committee, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. Call Sherryl at 416-597-4710 for credit updates. About IDGA The Institute for Defense & Government Advancement (IDGA) is a non-partisan information based organization dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public service and defense. We bring together speaker panels comprised of military and government professionals while attracting delegates with decision-making power from military, government and defense industries. For more information, please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710! 2 To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710!
Slide 3: TBI/Psychological Health Focus Day TBI/Psychological Health Focus Day Monday, March 30, 2009 Treating the warfighter the best way, the first time, every time Give time to the issues that matter most. Sign up for the pre-conference Focus Day and dedicate more time to dialogue and networking in a classroom environment. A series of in-depth and interactive master-classes will examine the healthcare of our wounded warriors. 7:15 AM - 8:00 AM 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM Registration & Coffee Continuum of Care The Tampa Transitional Transdisciplinary Team: Building Bridges to Community and Home To meet the evolving needs of Polytrauma patients, the Tampa Transitional Transdisciplinary Rehabilitation team has identified important factors influencing the success of its patients: • Traditional roles have been expanded both in scope and in time (early involvement) • Greater collaboration is needed between disciplines as co-morbidities of PTSD, substance abuse, and pain seem to be the norm in this patient population • Support is needed at each transition to maximize patient success, through concerted effort a true Transdisciplinary team is best equipped to “bridge” from hospital/clinic to home What will be covered: • Bridging the gap from hospital bed to meaningful work • The Transdisciplinary team approach to bridging services from Rehab (TBI) to Mental Health (PTSD) • The Transitional Transdisciplinary Nursing Model bridging from the residential program back to the acute hospital The “Virtual Bridge” from hospital to home, “the telehealth comfort zone” What you will learn: • Strategies that progress patients toward community involvement, meaningful employment, and an overall improved quality of life • Transdisciplinary groups and programming to address and integrate the diagnosis of TBI and PTSD • Expanded team member roles are necessary to effectively treat returning service members. Early involvement is critical for improving outcomes • The role and benefits of telehealth in the home and beyond the acute, post-acute, and residential rehab settings • Session Leader: Lisa Perla, ARNP, CNRN, Polytrauma Network Site Coordinator, James A. Haley VA Medical Center, Tampa 10:15 AM – 12:15PM Clinical TBI Treatment Persistent Problems after Traumatic Brain Injury: The Need for Long-Term Follow-Up and Coordinated Care Now that national attention is being paid to TBI disorders in our troops, the actual mechanism of TBI injury is still little understood. Current research models suggest TBI from blast injuries to be a significantly different injury than that caused by actual trauma to the skull. Understand how these important differences will affect the national treatment and research into this debilitating condition. Also, discover how the TBI patients’ cognitive and emotional deficits may decrease their capacity and initiative to seek appropriate care on their own. What will be covered: • Prevalence of common issues after TBI • How can we identify issues related with TBI How you will benefit: • You will be familiarized with common issues after TBI • You will be able to network with different people to help patients with TBI Session Leader: Henry L. Lew, MD, PhD, Chief, PM&R Service, VA Boston Healthcare System Healthcare System 12:15 PM – 1:00 PM 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Lunch Future of Care Traumatic Brain Injury in OIF/OEF: Early Detection, Assessment, and Treatment Many of the mental health consequences of the current conflicts have been seen in other wars and in other trauma exposed populations. There is evidence that the high rates of trauma experienced by those stationed in the Southwest Asia theaters will result in increased demands on the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and community healthcare systems as these service members return, move back to civilian status, and become eligible for VA health benefits. As the number of OIF/OEF veterans grows, their continued care is a national health care concern. What will be covered: • Past and current research for detection of TBI Actual effects in the brain from initial blast trauma vs. recurring blast traumas Assessing the true level of TBI and how to properly treat the warfighter How you will benefit: • Understand how the difference in mechanism of injury separates the blast TBI from skull trauma TBI • Discover how these differences will affect the treatment and rehabilitation of OIF/OEF causalities and veterans • • Session Leader: Kimberly Meyer, ARNP, Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (DVBIC), Walter Reed Army Medical Center 3:15 PM – 5:15 PM This session will discuss the mechanisms by which environment and experience may act upon brain systems to produce beneficial or harmful physiological changes. We will discuss the implications of these changes upon building resilience against and promoting recovery from trauma. We will also discuss the potential for psychological trauma effects to interact with TBI, causing confusion or aggravation of symptoms. What will be covered: • Potential aggravating effects of exposure to traumatic psychological stress prior to or post traumatic brain injury: evidence and potential mechanisms • Potential benefits of properly calibrated stress • Potential beneficial effects of moderating post-injury effects of inflammation on psychological health How you will benefit: • You will understand the way in which environmental stimuli act upon the Psychological Changes The Role of Psychological Health in Functional Outcomes from Traumatic Brain Injury • • brain as mediated by the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis You will understand similarities and differences in the effects of traumatic psychological stress and traumatic brain injury You will comprehend the potential role that inflammatory mechanisms have on psychological health after TBI Session Leaders: Catherine Harrison, Ph.D., Senior Research Psychologist, Air Force Research Laboratory, Human Effectiveness Directorate, Biosciences and Protection Division, Biomechanics Branch, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH Stuart Hoffman, PhD, Research Director, Laurel Highlands NeuroRehabilitation Center, Johnstown, PA To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710 3
Slide 4: Main Summit Day 1 Tuesday, March 31, 2009 7:15 AM 7:45 AM Morning Keynote Registration & Coffee Welcome & Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Global Care for Wounded Warriors Air Force expeditionary medical support Progression of aeromedical evacuation • Concept of enroute care Lt Gen James G. Roudebush, USAF, MC, CFS Surgeon General of the Air Force • • 8:00 AM 11:00 AM Current MEDEVAC Operations in OEF/OIF • Current Medevac update • Force Structure issues facing Army Medevac Operations • Patient movement and on board medical capabilities initiatives COL Robert D. Mitchell, USA, MS Director, Medical Evacuation Proponency Aviation Consultant to the Army Surgeon General 11:45 AM The Forward Surgical Team Experience in OEF/OIF • Impact of Split Based Operations • Outcomes • Blood Transfusion • Environment LTC Shawn C. Nessen, USA, DO, FACS Commander, 541st Forward Surgical Team 44th Medical Command 12:30 PM Lunch Afternoon Keynote 8:45 AM Battling Drug-Resistant Bacteria Related to the GWOT A review of the emergence and impact of multi-drug resistant bacteria associated with GWOT trauma • Future directions in the control and treatment of multi-drug resistant bacterial infections COL Glenn Wortmann, USA, MD Chief, Infectious Disease Service, Department of Medicine Walter Reed Army Medical Center • 1:30 PM Rehabilitation from the Battlefield to the Playing Field Amputee Rehabilitation Polytrauma/Inpatient Rehabilitation • Advanced Rehabilitation COL Barbara Springer, USA, PT, PhD, OCS, SCS Director, Proponency Office for Rehabilitation & Reintegration Office of the Surgeon General • • 9:30 AM Application of Modalities to Accelerate Wound Repair Overview of modalities in wound healing • Characterization of the mechanisms of biomechanical modalities • Therapeutic potential of modalities LTC (P) Alexander Stojadinovic, USA, MD Assistant Chief, Department of Surgery Walter Reed Army Medical Center • 2:15 PM The Armed Services Blood Program Overview of OIF/OEF blood operations Proper collection, processing, storage, distribution, and transfusions of blood • Lessons learned COL Francisco J. Rentas, USA, PhD, MS, SBB, Director, Armed Services Blood Program Office • • 10:15 AM Networking Break 3:00 PM Networking Break Concurent Tracks. Choose Track A or B TRACK A – Military Medical Logistics 3:30 PM TRACK B – Wounded Warrior Transition and Reintegration Navy Medical Logistics Acquisition Management • Medical Equipment Logistics Solutions (MELS) • Operational Medical Logistics (OML) • Healthcare Services Strategies (HSS) • Production of Medical Deployable Platforms Tom Lippert ILS Coordinator, Fleet Hospital Program Office Naval Medical Logistics Command • Marines Taking Care of Marines Accountability and tracking Non-medical case management • Transition to VA Col Gregory Boyle, USMC Commanding Officer Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment • • 4:15 PM Army Medical Logistics Managing Medical Materiel Life Cycle Projects • Equipping and Sustaining the Medical Force Holman, Vincent B LTC MSC 62 MED BDE S3 • Managing Medical Strategic Centralized Programs • Advancing Performance Excellence LTC Vincent Holman, USA, 62 MED BDE S3 • Beyond the Yellow Ribbon: The Challenge of Rehabilitation and Reintegration for Combat Veterans From battlefield to stateside: the dynamics The elements needed for a successful rehabilitation • Factors for a prosperous reintegration LTC Kevin T. Galloway, USA, RN Chief Clinical Care Branch Manager, Proponency Office for Rehabilitation and Reintegration Office of The Surgeon General Health Policy and Services • • 5:00 PM End of Day One 4 To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710
Slide 5: mit Day 2 ednesday, April 1, 2009 7:15 AM 7:45 AM Morning Keynote Registration & Coffee Welcome & Chairperson’s Opening Remarks Meeting the Medical Challenges of the Battlefield Strategic challenges Mission shift • Advancements in the field RADM Richard R. Jeffries, USN, MC Medical Officer of the Marine Corps • • 11:45 AM DARPA’s Preventing Violent Explosive Neurologic Trauma (PREVENT) Program 8:00 AM Mechanisms of explosive blast injury at the molecular as well as the macroscopic scales • Characterizing the injury over the pathophysiological evolution • Coupled effects on the central nervous system COL Geoffrey Ling, USA, MD, Ph.D Program Manager, DARPA / DSO • 12:30 PM Lunch 1:30 PM Afternoon Keynote 8:45 AM DARPA’s Trauma Pod Program Robotic surgical performance • CT scanning and image reconstruction • Future applications COL Geoffrey Ling, USA, MD, PhD, Program Manager, DARPA / DSO • The Continuum of Resilience: Keeping Warriors, Families, and Units Fit and Ready Prevention IS the best medicine Reintegration is an important part of resilience for all warriors and families • Line leaders play a key role at all points on the continuum CAPT Edward Simmer, USN, MD, MPH Senior Executive Director, Psychological Health Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury • • 9:30 AM Compassion Fatigue of the Caregiver Definition of Compassion Fatigue Identifying risk factors • Identifying protective factors LCDR Pamela L. Herbig, USN, NC Director and Assistant Professor Uniformed Services University • • 2:15 PM New Vitals Signs for Combat Casualty Care Obtaining accurate vital signs Measuring bleeding, autonomic compensation, organ perfusion, and function • Processing vital signs COL Leopoldo C. Cancio, MD, MC, US Army Combat Critical Care Engineering Program, US Army Institute of Surgical Research • • 10:15 AM Networking Break 11:00 AM The Effects and Requirements of Leaders in War and Peace Identify issues of the combat caregiver Identify leadership requirements at home and deployed in today’s operational environment • Identify the impact of leadership on the combat caregiver and the mission Lt Col Laurie Hall, USAF, NC Internal Medicine Clinic, 81st Medical Operations Squadron, Keesler AFB MS • • 3:00 PM Networking Break Concurent Tracks. Choose Track A or B TRACK A – Advancements in Reconstructive Surgery 3:30 PM TRACK B – Pre-Deployment Medical Training Project C.A.R.E Program overview Best practices in reconstruction • Humanitarian efforts for plastic surgery CDR Craig Salt, USN, MD Dept of Plastic Surgery Naval Medical Center, San Diego • • Double Session: The Real Assessment Observations from the force Roles and responsibilities • Capturing the best planning and training methods SGM Chet Sechrest, USA Operations Sergeant Major 91st CA BN NOTE: This session runs from 3:30 to 5:00 • • 4:15 PM Face Trauma in OEF/OIF Wartime facial injuries Immediate and delayed reconstruction • Case studies Maj Daron C. Praetzel, USAF, MD Chief, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Wright Patterson Medical Center • • Interactive training and assessment session – a must attend! 5:00 PM End of Main Summit To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710 5
Slide 6: Veterans Affairs Focus Day Veterans Affairs Focus Day Thursday, April 2, 2009 Treating the warfighter the best way, the first time, every time Give time to the issues that matter most. Sign up for the pre-conference Focus Day and dedicate more time to dialogue and networking in a classroom environment. A series of in-depth and interactive master-classes will examine the Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. 7:15 AM - 8:00 AM 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM Registration & Coffee Center for Women Veterans You Served – You Deserve: The VA Center for Women Veterans An aggressive push to ensure women veterans receive the highest quality of care in VA medical facilities was pledged by Secretary of Veterans Affairs Dr. James B. Peake. Although the VA already has services for women patients equal to those men receive, the VA is expanding its women-centric focus to initiate new programs that meet the needs of women veterans. The demographic shift that brings increasing numbers of women to VA for care and the need for changes, has lead to the formation of a work group to focus on women’s needs in prosthetics and rehabilitation, hiring women’s advocates in VA medical centers, developing quality measurements specifically for women patients, purchasing more state-of-the-art, specialized women’s health care equipment, and expanding medical education in women’s health for VA care providers. What will be covered: • Policies, practices, programs, and related activities that are unresponsive and insensitive to the needs of women veterans, and recommending changes, revisions or new initiatives to address these deficiencies Developing collaborative relationships with other Federal, state, and community agencies to coordinate activities on issues related to women veterans • Coordinating outreach activities that enhance women veterans' awareness of new VA services and benefits How you will benefit: • Learn about changes VA-wide and assess the impact these changes may have on the delivery of services to homeless women with children, rural and elderly women veterans, and minority women veterans • Asses how to establish and continue relationships with state and county departments of veterans affairs • Session Leaders: Major General (Ret) Irene Trowell-Harris, RN, Ed.D, Director, VA Center for Woman Veterans 10:15 AM – 12:15PM Enhanced VA Coverage The VA Center for Minority Veterans The mission of the Center for Minority Veterans includes serving in an advisory role to the Secretary and Deputy Secretary on the adoption and implementation of policies and programs affecting veterans who are minorities; making recommendations to senior VA officials for the establishment or improvement of programs; promoting minority veterans' use of benefits; analyzing and e VAluating complaints made by or on behalf of minority veterans; and consulting with, and providing assistance and information to external local, state and federal stakeholders. What will be covered: • Policies, practices, programs, and related activities that are unresponsive and insensitive to the needs of minority veterans, and recommending changes, revisions or new initiatives to address these deficiencies • Developing collaborative relationships with other Federal, state, and community agencies to coordinate activities on issues related to minority veterans Coordinating outreach activities that enhance minority veterans' awareness of new VA services and benefits How you will benefit: • Learn about changes VA-wide and assess the impact these changes may have on the delivery of services to homeless veterans with children, rural and elderly veterans, and minority women veterans • Asses how to establish and continue relationships with state and county departments of veterans affairs • Session Leader: Colonel (Ret) Lucretia M. McClenney, ANC, Director, VA Center for Minority Veterans 12:15 PM – 1:00 PM 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Lunch Polytrauma at the VA Hearing loss Amputations Fractures • Burns • Visual impairment How you will benefit: • Gain an understanding of what polytrauma is • Obtain new diagnosis and rehabilitation techniques • • • An Interdisciplinary Approach to Polytrauma Care at the VA Polytrauma care is for veterans and returning service members with injuries to more than one physical region or organ system, one of which may be life threatening, and which results in physical, cognitive, psychological, or psychosocial impairments and functional disability. We provide comprehensive, high-quality, and inter-disciplinary care to patients. Teams of physicians from every relevant field plan and administer an individually tailored rehabilitation plan to help the patient recover as much as possible. What will be covered: • Overview of what polytrauma covers: • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Session Leaders: Call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710 for updates. 3:15 PM – 5:15 PM VA Primary Care benefit: Learn to characterize the mental health conditions and assess the needs for mental health treatment • Obtain techniques to identify and develop instruments for collecting and tracking information necessary to analyze the effects of comorbid mental and physical conditions • Learn to describe a model of enhanced, integrated, multidisciplinary treatment that addresses mental health conditions How you will benefit: • Learn to characterize the mental health conditions and assess the needs for mental health treatment • Obtain techniques to identify and develop instruments for collecting and tracking information necessary to analyze the effects of co-morbid mental and physical conditions • Learn to describe a model of enhanced, integrated, multidisciplinary treatment that addresses mental health conditions • The OEF/OIF Primary Care Movement Through the experiences and struggles of returning combat veterans over the years, we have learned about the impacts of war on military service personnel. We have learned that war often involves combat that may cause physical wounds and injuries. We have learned that war may frequently involve psychological traumas that may cause emotional disturbances. We have learned that war may involve toxic environmental exposures that may cause acute and chronic health effects. We have learned that the complex and challenging environment of war may result in medically unexplained symptoms. Mental health conditions contribute to functional impairment in individuals with physical illness due to occupational and environmental hazards. Underrecognition and inattention to co-morbid mental health conditions prolongs unemployment, financial instability, and medical disability. We propose to evaluate whether more effective recognition and treatment of mental health conditions can minimize functional impairment and improve employment performance among individuals seen in the VA. What will be covered: • The state of primary care for returning veterans • Developments and tactics to recognize and asses mental health issues • Multidisciplinary treatment and the future of rehabilitation How you will Session Leader: Stephen Hunt, MD, MPH, Medical Director, Deployment Health Clinic, VA Puget Sound Health Care System 6 To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710
Slide 7: Venue & Lodging Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner 8661 Leesburg Pike Vienna, VA 22182 Tel: (703) 448-1234 Web: www.sheraton.com/tysonscorner To secure the reduced $201 group rate, please call the hotel reservations hotline at 1-800-228-3000 by Friday, February 27th, and mention IDGA and the Battlefield Healthcare Summit. Please note that you are eligible for this rate three days prior and three days post the event, based on availability. Register by Email, Phone or Fax Email: sherryl.jacobs@idga.org Phone: 416-597-4710 Fax: 416-598-7934, 24 hours a day Sponsorship and Exhibition Opportunities Still Available! For more information please contact Sherryl Jacobs at 416-5974710 or via e-mail at sherryl.jacobs@idga.org. For information about sponsoring our upcoming Webinars, please contact Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710 or via email at sherryl.jacobs@idga.org. Pricing Military, Government & Academia Register & Pay by Jan 30 Register & Pay by Feb 20 $379 Standard Price $379 TBI/Psychological Health Focus Day (Mon Mar 30) Main Summit (Tue Mar 31 – Wed Apr 1) Veterans Affairs Focus Day (Thu Apr 2) $379 $599 $699 $799 $379 $379 $379 Sponsors & Exhibitors Superpass (all 4 days) Best Value! $1,057 $1,257 $1,457 Pricing Industry Register & Pay by Jan 30 Register & Pay by Feb 20 $500 Standard Price $500 TBI/Psychological Health Focus Day (Mon Mar 30) Main Summit (Tue Mar 31 – Wed Apr 1) Veterans Affairs Focus Day (Thu Apr 2) Superpass (all 4 days) Best Value! $500 $999 $1,099 $1,199 $500 $500 $500 $1,699 $1,899 $2,099 Team Discounts* Number of Attendees 3 to 4 5 or more Savings of: 10% 15% * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined with any other discount. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA Media Partners: A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales tax. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 11132.004 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments, and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710 for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 416-597-4710 to discuss your specific needs. ©2009 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710 7
Slide 8: presents its annual flagship training conference: Combat Casualty Care – From the Front Lines through Reintegration March 30 - April 2, 2009 Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, Vienna, VA Your customer registration code is: TLS/SJ When registering, please provide the code above. Join hundreds of your peers for open and candid exchanges in an intimate setting prone to impromptu discussions! 11132.004/D/TP 3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1 2 3 Email: sherryl.jacobs@idga.org Phone: 416-597-4710 Fax: 416-598-7934, 24 hours a day presents its annual flagship training conference: Featuring TBI / Psychological Health & Veteran Affairs Focus Days The most CME & CE Credits offered by IDGA in 2009! See page 2 for details. Combat Casualty Care – From the Front Lines through Reintegration March 30 - April 2, 2009 • Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, Vienna, VA Sponsored by To register please call Sherryl Jacobs at 416-597-4710

   
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