Educational Presentations

Dr. Holley is passionate about teaching and is happy to share his experience and expertise!  See below for a listing of currently available Presentations. Scroll down for more detail.

 

Hemorrhage Control

Disaster Medicine

Active Shooter

Managing Disaster!
The Pentagon Response during 9/11 Attacks
Hurricane Response: From katrina to Irma 
Hot Topics in Prehospital Care
Community Disaster Preparedness and Prehospital Care Update
Disaster Medicine 101: Dealing with the Ultimate Environmental Emergency
Disaster Medicine 201: Medical Issues confronting Emergency Responders
Disaster Response Lessons Learned
Blast Trauma Management
Health Department Disaster Medicine
Prehospital Issues in Stroke Management
Introduction to Federal Urban Search and Rescue System
BioTerrorism
Realistic Training: A model to improve Skill Retention
Overview of Disaster Management
Disaster Search Dogs

Active Shooter

Audience: Emergency responders, Medical personnel, Emergency managers, Administrative Personnel, General Public, Law Enforcement
Presentation Time: One hour

Objectives:

Understand how response to active shooters has changed, and why
Learn how to safely respond to an active shooter event
Learn the unique Medical problems particular to active shooter events, and the best approach to save the most lives

Disaster Medicine

Audience: Disaster responders, Medical personnel, Emergency managers, Administrative Personnel, General Public
Presentation Time: One hour

Objectives:

Understand why Disaster Medicine is Unique
Learn what impacts Medical Care during disasters and how to prepare
Learn the unique Medical problems particular to disaster medicine and collapsed structure rescue

 Hemorrhage Control

Audience: Disaster responders, Medical personnel, Emergency managers, Administrative Personnel, General Public
Presentation Time: One hour

Objectives:

Understand latest approach to Hemorrhage Control
Learn what impacts survival in exsanguinating Hemorrhage
Learn the unique Medical problems particular to disaster medicine and collapsed structure rescue

Managing Disaster!

Audience: Disaster responders, Medical personnel, Emergency managers, Administrative Personnel, General Public
Presentation Time: One hour

Objectives:

Understand why Disaster Medicine is Unique
Learn what impacts Medical Care during disasters and how to prepare
Learn the unique Medical problems particular to disaster medicine and collapsed structure rescue

 

 

The Pentagon Response during 9/11 Attacks

Pentagon 9/11

Audience: General Public
Presentation Time: One Hour

Objectives:
Take a first hand journey through the Pentagon in the days following the attack of 9/11. You will see and learn of the search and rescue response, and the many untold stories of this historic event.

 

 

 

Hurricane Katrina Response

Audience: General Public
Presentation Time: One Hour

Objectives:
Take a first hand journey through New Orleans in the days following the worst natural disaster in our country’s history. You will see and learn of the search and rescue response, and the many untold stories of this historic event.

 

 

 

Hot Topics in Prehospital Care

 

 

 

 

Audience: All Prehospital care providers
Presentation Time: One hour

Objective:

Learn of the latest scientific advances in Prehospital medicine.
Learn about changes in the future of Prehospital care
Understand impact of new techniques in Prehospital care

 

 

 

Community Disaster Preparedness and Prehospital Care Update

Audience: All levels of Healthcare, with focus on EMS and Pediatrics
Presentation Time: One Hour

Objectives:

Operational Concepts for Planning and Issues at Large
Activities at Local and State Levels
Current Issues Nationally in Pediatric EMS

 

 

 

Disaster Medicine 101: Dealing with the Ultimate Environmental Emergency

Audience: General Public, Administrative personnel, Medical personnel, Emergency managers, Disaster responders
Presentation Time: One hour

Objectives:

Understand why Disaster Medicine is Unique
Learn what impacts Medical Care during disasters and how to prepare
Learn the unique Medical problems particular to disaster medicine and collapsed structure rescue

 

 

 

Disaster Medicine 201: Medical Issues confronting Emergency Responders

Audience: Disaster responders, Medical personnel, Emergency managers, Administrative Personnel, General Public
Presentation Time: One hour

Objectives:

Understand why Disaster Medicine is Unique
Learn what impacts Medical Care during disasters and how to prepare
Learn the unique Medical problems particular to disaster medicine and collapsed structure rescue

 

 

 

Disaster Response Lessons Learned

Audience: All responders, Hospital Administrators, Emergency Managers, Government Officials
Presentation Time: One Hour

Objectives:

Learn from past disaster responses, and be better prepared for the next event in the areas of:

Administration
Logistics
Medical Response
Responder Issues

 

 

 

Blast Trauma Management

Audience: Focused on Nursing, but applicable to EMS, responders, hospitals
Presentation Time : one hour

Objectives:

Understand the effects of Blast injuries on the human body
Learn about nursing care of crush, electrical, and burn care
Understand all aspects of scene response to a blast event

 

 

 

Health Department Disaster Medicine

Audience: Health Department personnel
Presentation Time: One hour

Objectives:

Understand issues and changing expectations during a disaster
Prepare yourself for the unique challenges you will face in major disaster
Understand why and how things work differently under these circumstances

 

 

 

Prehospital Issues in Stroke Management

Audience: Prehospital care providers, Stroke care personnel, stroke system managers
Presentation Time: One Hour

Objectives:

Understand the importance of rapid evaluation and care for stroke
Understand the value of a stroke system
Learn about resources for the care of prehospital victims of stroke

 

 

 

Introduction to Federal Urban Search and Rescue System

Audience: Health care providers who are not regularly involved in disaster response
Presentation Time: 30 minutes

Objectives:

Learn about the federal USaR program
Understand what to do and not to do in the event of a disaster in your area

 

 

 

BioTerrorism

Audience: All Healthcare Providers
Presentation Time: 30-45 minutes

Objectives:

Learn the biological weapons that we are likely to confront
Learn the resources available to assist
Understand how to prepare and respond to the threat

 

 

 

Realistic Training: A model to improve Skill Retention

Audience: EMS Education
Presentation Time: 30 minutes

Objectives:

Learn about a new model for training
Understand the impact on skill retention

 

 

 

Overview of Disaster Management

Audience: Response personnel, response managers, those involved is disaster response
Presentation Time: 30 minutes

Objectives:

Learn the broad concepts of disaster management
Understand terminology and Governmental response capability
Learn what kinds of resources are available

 

 

 

Disaster Search Dogs

Audience: General Interest, Response personnel
Presentation Time: One Hour

Learn about USaR System, and the role of search dogs
Understand the training of search dogs for the system
Learn about special problems search dogs face

 

 

 

 

 

emergency medical issues in pre-hospital care | Emergency Medical Resources, PLLC.

PHP Code Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com