Monday, February 16, 2015

Christ Hospital Conference on Emergency Care, 9-11 and Boston Marathon Responders to Speak

Photo, Slate.com

An emergency room physician who treated Boston Marathon bombing victims and a first-responder to the 9-11 attacks in New York City are the keynote presenters for the second annual Finding Excellence at The Christ Hospital (FETCH) conference.

The FETCH -- or Finding Excellence at The Christ Hospital -- conference is scheduled Feb. 20 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The conference offers a day-long opportunity for nurses, emergency medicine professionals, and first-responders to enhance their healthcare education through hands-on activities and stimulating breakout sessions.



The speakers are:
·         Richard Wolfe, M.D., Chief of Emergency Medicine, an Associate Professor at Harvard University, and an acclaimed author of several books on emergency medicine. Dr. Wolfe managed the emergency room at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center during the Boston Marathon bombing and will speak on “Lessons Learned from the Boston Marathon Bombing.”
·         Jon Greene, director of the Health Threats and Resilience Division in Department of Homeland Security, is responsible for federal programs focused on bio-detection, bio-surveillance, and chemical defense. Mr. Greene was an emergency responder to the 9-11 attacks and will speak on “Emergency Preparedness: The Effect of NYC 9-11.”


FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHED RELEASE. TO ARRANGE INTERVIEWS WITH THE SPEAKERS OR WITH STAFF FROM THE CHRIST HOSPITAL PLEASE CONTACT:

Patrick Crowley, Principal
Strategic Advisers, LLC
859.462.4245 (Cell)
pcrowley@strategicadvisersllc.com

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