COMING SOON....details about the IIRM 2019 Sports Medicine Conference Series: Boston, MA / April 13

To be notified when registration is available, please write to Meeting Coordinator Barbara Baldwin, MPH. A room block is reserved at The Colonnade Hotel. To make reservations, call 617-424-7000 and tell them you are with the IIRM to receive discounted rates.

The International Institute for Race Medicine, MedStar Sports Medicine, and MedStar National Rehabilitation Network present the

IIRM 2018 Sports Medicine Conference Series: Washington, DC
October 26-27, 2018

Alice and Russell True Auditorium, MedStar Washington Hospital Center, 110 Irving Street, NW, Washington, DC

Held in conjunction with the Marine Corps Marathon, Baltimore Running Festival, and the Uniformed Services University Consortium for Health and Military Performance (CHAMP) and jointly sponsored by the West Virginia University School of Medicine.


PURPOSE: Our goals in providing the IIRM’s sports medicine conferences are to increase knowledge of basic sports medicine principals including the clinical aspects of sports injury and physical activity, improve the medical knowledge and clinical skills of individuals volunteering in medical tents at endurance events, and facilitate interdisciplinary communication to enhance delivery of care at athletic endurance events.

AUDIENCE: This program is intended for physicians, nurses, physical therapists, EMTs, athletic trainers, and other health care providers who have an interest in sports medicine, improving the well-being of patients, and providing quality medical care at mass participation endurance events.

QUESTIONS? Contact Meeting Coordinator Barbara Baldwin, MPH
 


ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. ONSITE REGISTRATION FEES WILL INCLUDE AN ADDITIONAL $30.

AGENDA
View the Faculty List / View the Conference Learning Objectives


Friday, October 26
11:30–12:20   Prescribing Exercise So Patients Will Take It (Robert E. Sallis, MD, FAAFP, FACSM) 
12:20–12:55   Predicting Road Race Injuries at the Point of Registration (Stephanie Kliethermes, PhD)
1:05–1:40       Gait Retraining for Running Injuries (Eric M. Magrum, DPT, OCS FAAOMPT)
Break
1:40–2:15       Exertional Hyponatremia: Case Presentation and Discussion (Yuval Heled, PhD, LLB, FACSM)
2:15-3:15        Marine Corps Marathon: 2018 Updates (Michele Weinstein, PT, MS, SCS, ATC and LCDR C. Marc Madsen, DO, USN)
Break
3:30–6:30      WORKSHOPS (attendees move through each training workshop as a team)

(1) Exercise-Associated Collapse (MAJ Chad Hulsopple, DO, MC, USA)
(2) Cardiovascular Arrest (B. Elizabeth Delasobera, MD and
COL Francis G. O’Connor, MD, MPH, Ret.)

(3) Exertional Heat Stroke (Douglas Casa, PhD, ATC and John Jardine, MD)
(4) Exertional Hyponatremia (COL Anthony I. Beutler, MD)
(5) Hypothermia (Chris Troyanos, ATC and Matthew D. Sedgley, MD)
(6) Mass Casualty Triage, Acute Traumatic Injuries, and Use of Hemostatic Agents
(Korin Hudson, MD, FACEP, CAQ-SM)

6:30-7:45       Dinner hosted by MedStar Sports Medicine

Saturday, October 27
7:00–7:45        On-Site Registration / Continental Breakfast
7:45–8:00        Welcome from Marine Corps Marathon Race Director Rick Nealis
8:00–8:45        Cardiovascular Considerations for Runners (Ankit Shah, MD)
8:45–9:30        Advanced Therapies for Injury: Where are We Going? (Sean Mulvaney, MD)

Break
9:40–10:15      Stress Fractures in the Adolescence Population and Management (George Donavos, CRNP, FNP, AGACNP-BC)
10:15-10:50     Predisposing Risk Factors and Stress Fractures in Adult Runners (Jason L. Pothast, MD)
Break
11:05-1:15      WORKSHOPS (select two; 60 minutes per session—11:05 to 12:05/12:15 to 1:15)

(1) Ultrasound for the Runner: Hip, Knee, Foot/Ankle (Garry Ho, MD; Shawn F. Phillips, MD, MSPT; and Cole R. Taylor, MD)
(2) Dry Needling (Michael J. Zarro, PT, DPT, SCS, CSCS)
(3) Exercise-Associated Muscle Cramping (Kyle Denlinger, PT, DPT, OCS)
(4) VO2Max Testing and Zone Training Implementation (Ankit Shah, MD and Rian Q. Landers-Ramos, PhD)


Marine Corps Marathon, Sunday, October 28
Gain practical experience in the medical tent at the Marine Corps Marathon for additional
Category 1 CME credit. You must register as a volunteer PRIOR to the meeting.


To register as a medical volunteer, CLICK HERE.