BCEN Learn LIVE November 2022

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This two-day live conference, designed specifically for nurses working across the emergency spectrum, will deliver highly engaging and inspiring, rapid-paced clinical and leadership focused sessions to advance your knowledge while earning CEs. 

You won’t want to miss the fun and energizing opening reception, which will include the opportunity to network with your colleagues and make new friends. In addition, you will be able to explore new products and services with a hand-picked group of vendors.

BCEN’s annual Certibration Breakfast will also be returning! The coveted BCEN mug will be featured with a brand-new design. This event is included in your conference fee.

You need not be certified to attend the conference or the breakfast.

Join us at Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas!

We’ll learn together, connect with each other, and refresh our senses through this educational journey.

This conference will be available, for purchase, 30 days post conference.

Click here for information about Pediatric Pitfalls – Learn Live November Pre-Conference Session


BCEN Learn Live November 2022 (Live In-Person Event)
11/14/2022 at 6:00 PM (PST)   |  1 day, 18 hours  |  Attendance Required
11/14/2022 at 6:00 PM (PST)   |  1 day, 18 hours  |  Attendance Required This two-day live conference, designed specifically for nurses working across the emergency spectrum, will deliver highly engaging and inspiring, rapid-paced clinical and leadership focused sessions to earn CEs while advancing your knowledge. We’ll learn together, connect with each other, and refresh our senses through this educational journey. Content will be available, for purchase, 30 days post conference.
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BCEN Learn LIVE Certificate November 2022
14.0 CEU credits  |  Certificate available
14.0 CEU credits  |  Certificate available BCEN Learn LIVE Certificate November 2022

Priscilla Babila

Using Simulation in Emergency Department New Grad Residency (C0-Presenter)

Priscilla has been an emergency nurse for seven years, with a background in trauma and post-cardiac procedures nursing. As educator, she assists with ED New Grad Residencies biannually and is passionate about helping new ED nurses gain strong clinical foundations.

Joseph Blansfield, MSN, RN, ANP-BC, TCRN

CPR in Traumatic Arrest: Putting a Sacred Cow out to Pasture?

Joseph Blansfield has a lifetime of trauma and emergency experience that includes staff, management, and educational roles. He has published and presented nationally and internationally and has been involved in TNCC and TCRN from the beginning.

Suzanne Buchanan, MSN, RN, CCRN

Pediatric Scalds: A Hot Topic!

Suzanne Buchanan has 30 years of experience working at a level one adult pediatric verified burn center. Her knowledge of burn care has allowed her to travel internationally educating on emergency burn care management to civilian and military healthcare providers and the community.

Gretchen Carrougher, MN, RN

Pre-hospital and ED Fluid Resuscitation Guidelines for the Patient with a Major Burn Injury

Gretchen Carrougher is a Research Nurse Supervisor at the UW Medicine Regional Burn Center at Harborview Medical Center and Program Coordinator for the Northwest Regional Burn Model System. Gretchen has been a staff nurse, clinical nurse specialist, outreach educator and research nurse in burn care for over 40 years.


Landmark Lawsuits & Lessons Learned

Scott DeBoer is a dynamic seminar leader with over 30 years of emergency, critical care, & flight nursing experience. He received his master's degree in emergency/critical care nursing from Purdue University and after 25 years of playing flight nurse, is currently the founder of Pedi-Ed-Trics Emergency Medical Solutions, (www.PediEd.com), a seminar company dedicated to teaching better ways to care for kids.


Traumatic Chest Injuries and Chest Tube Management (Co-Presenter) & Using Simulation in Emergency Department New Grad Residency (C0-Presenter)

Brett Dodd is the Associate Director for the Women's Guild Simulation Center at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. He spent 6 years in the pre-hospital environment working as a paramedic and has been a Registered Nurse for over 20 years working in emergency and flight medicine, disaster management, trauma, critical care, education, and simulation.

Rebecca Garber, MSN, RN, FNP-BC, FAANP

Electrical Burn Injury: It’s Shocking!

Rebecca Garber is a nurse practitioner for the Burn and Reconstructive Center at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado. She has been managing the care of burn patients for more than twenty years in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Rebecca is a national faculty member of the American Burn Association Advanced Burn Life Support Program. She provides professional lectures to healthcare providers and students, and prevention lectures to the community.


Mama Trauma: Trauma in Pregnancy

Dr. Lisa Gilmore is an emergency/trauma Nurse Practitioner in southwest Missouri and northern Arkansas. Lisa began her healthcare career as an EMT and over the last 35 years, has gained experience within EMS, Air Medical Transport, ER, NTICU, NICU, Pediatric Surgery, and Trauma Surgery.

Brittany Gomez, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN

If Something is Worth Doing… It’s Worth Doing WRONG

Brittany Gomez is the Accredited Provider Program Director for CommonSpirit CNE Administration. Having a passion for ongoing professional development of emergency nurses, Brittany uses her experience as an emergency and trauma nurse to promote and enhance the development of emergency nurses in their career.

Jason Hoxworth, RN, CEN, CPEN, VA-BC

Vascular Access in the Emergency Department

Jason Hoxworth is the Assistant Manager of the Pomerene Hospital Emergency Department in Millersburg, OH. He has used his experience in rural emergency medicine and dedication to providing care to his community combined with advancing his career to best provide for those he cares for.

Cindy Joseph, BSN, RN, CPEN

Hemorrhage Control is Like a Box of Chocolates, You Never Know What You’re Gonna Get

Cindy Joseph is currently the simulation education coordinator for UC Health in CO. She has over 20 years of nursing experience including critical care, emergency, burn, OR and flight nursing.

Laura Kemerling, MSN, RN, C-NPT

Is That in My Job Description? Tips on Gauging Acuity and Coping with the Aftermath of a Sick Pediatric Patient

Laura Kemerling is the Transport and EMS Relations Coordinator for Children's Mercy Critical Care Transport in Kansas City, MO. Laura's experiences in caring for critically-ill adult, pediatric, and neonatal patients allows her opportunities to care for patients in an out-of-hospital setting, as well as provide outreach education to prehospital and bedside providers.

Elizabeth Naber, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, CNRN, TCRN

My Patient’s ICP is High! What Do I Do?

Elizabeth Naber is the Senior Coordinator Trauma Education for the OhioHealth Trauma Network. She has worked the majority of her career in the ICU in a busy level 1 trauma center both at the bedside and as an educator. She has also worked in a med/surg ICU in Great Britain and a liver transplant ICU in Dublin, Ireland.


Finger Thoracostomy in Chest Trauma

Adam Oliver is a flight nurse and paramedic at Life Air Rescue in northwest Louisiana. Adam's experiences as a paramedic, ICU nurse, and emergency nurse provide knowledge and understanding of both critical care bedside needs as well as transport considerations in the air medical transport industry.

Jessica Pemberton, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, CAISS, CSTR

Trauma Coordination: We All Have a Role

Jessica Pemberton is the Performance Improvement Coordinator for an ACS verified Level II Trauma Center in Northern California. Having over 35 years of emergency care experience in a wide variety of roles and facilities has allowed continuing her passion for patients having the best outcome possible.

Jamin Rankin, RN, CEN, CFRN, TCRN, NREMT-B

Calcium Replacement During Trauma Resuscitation

Jamin Rankin the Trauma Program Manager at Ochsner LSU Health Monroe in north Louisiana. His experience in the emergency department, helicopter air ambulance transport, and a hospital trauma program allows him to understand care of the trauma patient from pre-hospital to discharge.

Kathy Reed, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN

8 Seconds Can Be a Long Time

Kathy Reed is the Trauma Nurse Lead at Northern Suburban Medical Center in Thornton, Colorado. She utilizes her experience in Emergency Nursing, Transport and Clinical Education to drive improved patient outcomes.


Medical Apps: Taking It to the Next Level

Martha A. Roberts is an Assistant Professor and lead of the Pediatrics department for Samuel Merritt School of Nursing in Sacramento, California. She is also an adult and pediatric nurse practitioner at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center in the emergency department. She is host of The Center for Medical Education's EM Bootcamps, The 2 View Podcast, and teaches nationally. Additionally, she remains adjunct faculty for Georgetown University School of Nursing. Her specialty focuses on emergency and critical care populations.

Mary Ann Rodgers, MSN-Ed, RN, MICN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN

Traumatic Chest Injuries and Chest Tube Management (Co-Presenter)

Mary Ann Rodgers is a Nursing Professional Development Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in Emergency Nursing at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. She is also a Mobile Intensive Care Nurse for Los Angeles County for 20 years and uses her expertise to provide online medical support for EMS providers.


The Value of Gold Standard

Shayla Seay is an active Flight Nurse with Air Methods. Trained and certified in emergency medicine, she exercises skills and knowledge base through transport of all demographics of patients and a number of specialty equipment devices. Wanting to stay current in best practice, she also works shifts in various emergency departments. A desire to have more exposure to education led her to obtain various state licenses and encourage positive prehospital medicine relationships with emergency departments.

William Sherman, MD, MPH

Introduction to concepts of skin grafting, alternatives to coverage of wounds, and care of grafts in place.

William Sherman is the Burn Director at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center and a committee member of the Western Regional Burn Disaster Management Team. His clinical scope includes Trauma, Burn, Critical Care, and Acute Care Surgery. 


Just KIDding: Pediatric LVADs & E-CPR

Rebecca Steinmann is the Nursing Professional Development Practitioner for the emergency department at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. Becca has seen many changes in her 45+ year nursing career and remains committed to ensuring her colleagues are knowledgeable of the latest evidence-based trends. 

Steven Talbot, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN

Nuclear Disaster: Lessons Learned & Future Response

With over 20 years of experience, including, pre-hospital care as a paramedic, flight nursing, rural and inter-city nursing, emergency department nursing, trauma nursing, emergency department management, education, nursing administration, and trauma program management, he is currently an Emergency Department Travel Nurse. He currently serves on the BCEN Board of Directors and on the Exam Construction & Review Committee for the CEN Examination.

Kathleen Thimsen, DNP, MSN, RN, WOCN/CETN, FNS, DF-AFN

Evolving Nursing Practice Issues in Forensic Nursing in the Emergency Department

Dr. Thimsen is an Associate Professor of Nursing at University of Nevada Las Vegas. She serves as Director of the Doctorate in Nursing Practice Program and is Co-Director of the UNLV Community Clinic. Her research and service is Forensic Nursing with specifically focused work in elder abuse and catastrophic injuries, along with human trafficking. 

  • Analyze the impact of professional development on the field of emergency nursing and patient outcomes
  • Identify critical clinical situations in which emergency nurses must adapt to time-sensitive patient needs
  • Collaborate with leading nurses from across the nation in a fun and impactful way while retaining important educational information

100% refund of the purchase price will be provided up until 3 weeks before the conference start date of November 14, 2022. BCEN is unable to process refunds after October 24, 2022. Registration is non-transferable. Onsite registration during the conference is not available. 

Upon registration completion, you will receive a confirmation email with the next steps.

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  • Hotel reservation link (space is limited)

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This interactive afternoon session will be held on Monday, November 14th PRIOR to the Learn Live Opening Reception.

From 1P-5P, you will learn about: 

  • Emergency assessment and management of crashing kids
  • Pediatric medical pearls and jeopardy jewels
  • Pediatric trauma tales and jeopardy jewels

Nationally recognized pediatric expert Scott DeBoer, RN, MSN, CPEN, CCRN, CFRN, EMT-P will use his years of experience and engaging teaching style to present a number of important topics that emergency care providers should be familiar with recognizing and treating.

This session will offer 3.5 clinical, accredited CEs.

Sign up today for this limited session!

Click here for information about Pediatric Pitfalls – Learn Live November Pre-Conference Session

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