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Professional and Continuing Education

a course developed by


  Critical Care Transport Symposium


Due to the State of Maryland's budgetary limitations we are postponing offering this course indefinitely.  Please continue to check our website for the most current list of upcoming courses.



Our mission is to provide continuing education for Emergency Medical Technicians, paramedics, nurses, and physicians.  We are also the supplier of courses designed to educate providers in the treatment and management of critically ill and injured pediatric and adult patients.  These patients are transported by various modes, including ground, rotor and/or fixed wing.  Our adult and pediatric critical care courses are taught throughout the country and have been taken by over 6,000 students to date.


What is the Critical Care Transport Symposium?

The Critical Care Symposium is a 3 day learning and networking opportunity in which national faculty will
present new and emerging information and technology to health care providers of all backgrounds.  While specific
focus is on the aspects of treatment and management of critical care patients, you do not need to be a critical care
provider to attend.  This 3 day event focuses on adult patients during the Saturday and Sunday sessions and
pediatric/neonate patients on Monday.  Participants are encouraged to enroll in all 3 days of the class,
but are welcome to attend individual daily sessions.

 Agenda Topics for 2008 were:


Attendees

The Symposium is open to anyone who wants to further their knowledge in Critical Care Transport
medicine and technology.


Faculty

The Symposium participants will be addressed by Doctors, Nurses and Paramedics who are currently
practicing in the Critical Care Transport Field.  These individuals are all leaders in their agencies and have
been selected due to their contributions to the advancement of Critical Care Transport.

 Scheduled Faculty for the 2008 Symposium included:

Continuing Education Credits and CECBEMS

These continuing education workshops are approved by UMBC, an organization accredited by the
Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS).  The continuing
education credit that is earned will be able to be applied towards renewal of your CCEMTP, PNCCT, and
some topics may meet the guidelines for re-registration purposes for National Registry.



Registration

Early registration is encouraged to ensure space availability.


Course Location

UMBC Tech Center South Campus

        1450 South Rolling Road
Baltimore MD 21227

Please don't use GPS to locate the course site because it will send you in the wrong direction on Rolling Road. 



Tuition

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Cancellations/Refunds

All cancellations and request for refunds must be made in writing at least three (3) weeks prior to the course start date. A $45.00 administrative withdrawal fee will be charged. All tuition will be forfeited after that date. 

A $45.00 fee will be charged for any returned check.

UMBC reserves the right to cancel any course due to insufficient enrollment. In the event of cancellation tuition will be refunded or transferred to another course date at UMBC's expense.



Lodging Information

A wide variety of hotels are located near Baltimore-Washington International Airport and are convenient to the UMBC campus.  Check out our web site for a current listing of hotels in the area.



Additional Information

If you would like information concerning other scheduled courses we offer through our department, or if you would like to sponsor a course at your location, please contact:

Attention:
Sandra Hubbard, Administrator
Professional and Continuing Education
Emergency Health Services
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, Maryland 21250

(410) 455-6241
(410) 455-6713 (fax - for information only)
(410) 455-1344 (fax - all registrations)

 






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