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Upcoming Courses
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September 19, 2015 8th Annual Advances in Acute Stroke & Neurointervention Conference One of the goals of this educational activity is to provide information and review of guidelines to help limit the morbidity and mortality associated with stroke.  The guidelines support the overarching concept of stroke systems of care and detail aspects of stroke care from patient recognition; emergency medical services activation, transport, and triage, through the initial hours in the emergency department and stroke unit.  The guideline discusses early stroke evaluation and general medical care, as well as ischemic stroke, specific interventions such as reperfusion strategies, and general physiological optimization for cerebral resuscitation.
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September 25, 2015 Is it time to refer? Practical Pediatrics for the Primary Care Provider

This program is designed for providers seeking clinical approaches and practical referral guidelines for problems commonly encountered in pediatric and adolescent practice.

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September 29, 2015 2015 Pediatric Emergency Management Conference

This conference is being provided to increase pediatric expertise of those taking on the challenge disaster preparation and planning to help ensure appropriate care for children during disasters. Incorporating the needs of children and families into terrorism and disaster planning requires multidisciplinary pediatric expertise at all phases.The goal of this conference is to develop planning for pediatric patients and practice the plan across all resources necessary for emergency preparedness.

October 16 - October 18, 2015 Personalizing Medicine This activity is designed to change performance and patient outcomes. One method commonly used in healthcare education is learn-by-example. As such, Healthcare workers will be exposed to expert speaker's experience in delivering care with person at the center by following the patient. This will provide them tools to change their performance when dealing with challenging cases and hopefully result in better patient outcome individually. Register Details
October 16 - October 17, 2015 13th Annual Updates in Sleep Medicine Conference

We are inviting world-class faculty and we have confirmations from Jed Black, MD, Max Hirshkowitz, PhD, Meir H. Kryger, MD, F.RCPC, David N. Neubauer, MD, D. ABSM, David M. Rapoport, MD, Gary S. Richardson, MD, Stephen H. Sheldon, DO, F.AAP, Jaspal Singh, MD, MHS, F.CCP, and Phyllis C. Zee, MD, PhD, who set the standard of excellence that we aim for in our faculty.

We’re planning an outstanding program in sleep medicine that will be compelling and appropriate for sleep clinicians and scientists: physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses, physicians’ assistants, respiratory therapists, sleep technologists, psychologists, dentists and researchers.  And we will be submitting our program to a range of accrediting organizations.

October 26 - October 30, 2015 Saint Louis University, Department of Pathology, 38th Year of Medicolegal Death Investigator Training Course - October 2015

The ORIGINAL Medicolegal Death Investigator Training Course providing high quality death investigator training since 1978.  Now in our 38th year!

Offered three times each year, this five (5)  day program teaches individuals how to conduct scientific, systematic and thorough death scene and telephone investigations for Medical Examiner and Coroner offices.

This training is equally valuable to police officers, physicians, nurses, emergency medical personnel, attorneys, forensic scientists and others who are involved with the investigation of violent, suspicious or unexpected deaths that fall under the jurisdiction of medicolegal authorities.

The purpose of this course is to train individuals to fill a critical role in medicolegal offices. With training offered at Saint Louis University, medicolegal death investigators learn to develop the essential facts regarding the death scene, medical history, and other information that assists the Medical Examiner/Coroner in the determination of a person's cause and manner of death. 

The course is designed to teach the 29 national guidelines as set forth in the National Institutes of Justice 1999 publication, Death Investigation:  A Guide for the Scene Investigator.  

The objective of this course is to provide the medicolegal death investigator with the necessary knowledge and technical skills to perform competent medicolegal death investigations.  The investigator will then be instructed in the roper way to disseminate the information to forensic scientists and law enforcement personnel so that a coordinated, effcient, and complete death investigation can be achieved.

At the conclusion of the course, students will be assessed as to knowledge gained.  This course emphasizes the medical aspects of death investigation and is not designed to be a homicide seminar.

Completion of this course qualifies the attendee to participate in the Master's Courses, a series of advanced death investigation conferences. 

This is a training course, not a certification program.

ABMDI Registry Exam

This course meets all educational requirements to prepare to take the ABMDI registry exam. For those who have taken prior steps toward ABMDI certification, Saint Louis University will provide an opportunity to take the ABMDI registry exam at the conclusion of this MLDIC Basic Course.  The exam will be offered on Friday, 10/30/15, 11:30 am - 4:00 pm.  For additional information and requirements for ABMDI certification, please check ABMDI.org.

For additional information and details regarding the Medicolegal Death Investigator Training Course, please view our website:  



Attendance at this conference qualifies for 2 hours of college credit through Saint Louis University for those currently enrolled and pursuing a graduate or undergraduate degree and are interested in obtaining additional college credit toward their degree.

To help offset the additional cost of college tuition for the 2 hours of college credit, there is a limited number of reduced MLDI Conference Student Registration Fee of $300.00 being offered for those who qualify.

If you are interested in obtaining college for attending this course and would like to receive the reduced student conference rate, please submit a letter of request, on appropriate school letterhead, from your advisor or department chair stating that this course would be beneficial to your studies and would be accepted toward your degree.  Fax to the SLU CME Office at 314-977-4533 or scan and email to cme@slu.edu.  Please be sure to include your email address.

After your school letter has be received and reviewed, we will email you a MLDI Conference Student Registration Form.  Completed forms may be returned by mail (with payment), fax, or email; and you will be invoiced for the balance due.

Separate registration with Saint Louis University for college credit will be completed on the first day of the conference, and you will be billed for the college tuition fees.

Click here for additional information on SLU College Credit; for any questions or to express your intent to ENROLL for college credit, please contact Barb Weekley at bweekley@slu.edu.

The course is held at the Hyatt Hotel:
Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch
315 Chestnut St
St Louis, MO 63102

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November 16, 2015 Trauma Symposium This trauma symposium is designed for physicians, Mid-level providers, registered nurses, and pre-hospital care providers involved in the management, diagnosis, treatment and transport of trauma patients. This one day program will explore common mechanisms of injuries associated with trauma, as well as provide participants with many concepts and current guidelines concerning the management of the trauma patient.
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