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11th Annual Trauma Symposium

Urban Youth Violence - Breaking the Cycle

Dr. Barksdale

In this video, Dr. Barksdale discusses the challenges facing the youth in the urban environment and gives his perspective as a Pediatric Trauma Surgeon.

Dr. Barksdale is the Professor and Chief Division of Pediatric Surgery Robert J. Izant, Jr. MD Endowed Chair Surgeon-in-Chief Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital/University Hospitals. He is nationally recognized as a leader in pediatric surgery, notably the management of short bowel syndrome/intestinal failure and the immunobiology of neuroblastoma. He is a passionate advocate for children’s healthcare, well known outside the operating room for extensive community service in child welfare, violence prevention and health disparities.

Wicked Problems

Dr. Jeremy Cannone

In this video, Dr. Jeremy Cannon discusses the challenges that we all face in healthcare and gives his military perspective on what he describes as "Wicked Problems".

Jeremy Cannon is an Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of the US Air Force Academy and Harvard Medical School, and he holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from MIT. He served on active duty in the US Air Force from 2006-2015 and deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan as a trauma surgeon. He is now a Colonel in the Air Force Reserves.

Lessons Learned from COVID 19 - A Public Health Perspective

In this video, Dr. Heidi Gullett and Mr. Terry Allan from the Cuyahoga County Board of Health discuss COVID from a public health perspective. Their presentation takes a different view of COVID and how to protect our communities.

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Bridging the Evidence

>Dr. James Wilson

Dr. Wilson discusses the collaborative effort that comes in play when caring for the trauma patient. He provides a different view of managing trauma from the PM&R perspective.

Dr. James Wilson is an attending physician at the MetroHealth Medical Center Rehabilitation Institute and Assistant Professor at Case Western Reserve University. He is the director of Spinal Cord Injury Medicine and the Spinal Cord Injury Medicine Fellowship training program. He also directs PM&R Medical Student Education and is the Co-Director of Northeast Ohio Regional SCI Model System research program. Dr. Wilson graduated from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed residency Temple University Hospital/MossRehab and fellowship at MetroHealth/Case Western.

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14th Annual Trauma Symposium

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NOTS 14th Annual Trauma Symposium will be September 16, 2024.

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