CUTR Webcast Recording: Survive the Ride – Motorcycle Safety

May 24, 2012 The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and Ryder Trauma Center’s Survive the Ride Program is offering a webcast designed to highlight the injury burden that Florida faces due to the high volume of motorcycle crashes with associated injuries and mortalities. During this webcast we will review injury patterns and pre-hospital treatment, with the goal to improve paramedic judgment. This webcast will be presented by experts in the fields of trauma surgery, pre-hospital care, emergency medicine, and nursing. Download a PDF copy of the presentation.

Presented by:

Cory Richter, CCEMTP, Flight Medic for Martin County Fire Rescue

Cory S. Richter, BA, NREMT-P, Chairman of Florida EMS Advisory Council, Battalion Chief for Indian River County Fire Rescue

Ernest Block, MD, FACS, FCCM, EMT, Medical Director of Holmes Regional Medical Center, Emergency Medical Technician

Joe A. Nelson, DO, MS, FACOEP, FACEP, State EMS Medical Director for the Florida Bureau of EMS, Emergency Medicine Physician

Julie L. Bacon, BA, RNC-LRN, CPEN, N-CPT, Chief Flight Nurse at All Children’s Hospital

Olumide Sobowale, MD, FACS, Trauma Medical Director at Lakeland Regional Medical Center, Survive the Ride Program Collaborator at Lakeland Regional Medical Center’s Trauma Center

Patricia M. Byers, MD, FACS, Professor of Surgery at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, Principal Investigator of Survive the Ride Program at Ryder Trauma Center

Peter A. Pappas, MD, FACS, Trauma and Acute Care Surgeon at Holmes Regional Medical Center, Survive the Ride Program Collaborator at Holmes Regional Medical Center’s Trauma Center

Recording

http://youtu.be/NegjxJrUzLI

AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) Status

AICP-CM credit is not available for this CUTR webcast recording.

1 Comment
  1. This was an interesting webcast. I agree the current burdens as a result of motorcycle crashes are unnecessarily high. Helmet law enforcement would certainly help.

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