Proudly presented by the
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Department of Emergency Medicine

Virtual Interactive
Cadaver Lab Procedures Workshop

Tuesday,
October 13 , 2020

Livestream
Virtual Event

Interactive learner-participation event. Small group, so attendance on day-of is required.

12:30 – 2:30 p.m. EDT SOLD OUT!

3 – 5 p.m. EDT
SOLD OUT!

Registration CLOSED

SOLD OUT!

Waiting list available. Check WAITING LIST when you are completing your Conference registration.

*Must be registered for the Main Conference on Wednesday to participate in this workshop.

About the Virtual Interactive Cadaver Lab Procedures Workshop

Join us for our first ever VIRTUAL cadaver lab workshop!

This course is intended to demonstrate critical care invasive procedures to emergency medicine professionals. Procedures demonstrated may include cricothyrotomy, retrograde intubation, lateral canthotomy, pig-tail and standard chest tubes, thoracotomy, various joint aspirations, loop drainage of large abscess, various facial nerve blocks, lower ext fasciotomy, escharotomy, PUG, and Blakemore tubes. 

  • No CME credits will be awarded for this course. 
  • Limited spots available. This live interactive lab will allow learners to participate and engage with faculty instructors.
  • In order to register for participation, you must be registered for the Main Conference on Wednesday, October 14.

Virtual Interactive
Cadaver Lab Procedures Workshop Schedule


12:30 – 2:30 p.m. Session 1 
3 – 5 p.m. Session 2 
No CME will be provided for participating in this course.

Workshop Faculty


  • Siamak Moayedi, MD, FAAEM | Course Director
    Assistant Professor
    University of Maryland School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine

    Dr. Moayedi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He has been teaching invasive medical procedures in the cadaver lab since 2004. He has authored two text book chapters about procedure education and has lectured internationally on the topic. He is the Course Director for two cadaver based CME courses: CriticalProceduresinEM.com & EssentialProceduresinEM.com

  • Michael C. Bond, MD, FACEP, FAAEM
    Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
    Associate Designated Institutional Official, University of Maryland Medical Center

    Dr. Bond is an Associate Professor, and is the former Program Director for the Emergency Medicine Residency at the University of Maryland. During his residency in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, he wrote his first book, SOAP for Emergency Medicine, and recently released “Orthopedic Emergencies: Expert Management for the Emergency Physician“. Since joining the faculty at the University of Maryland, he has won the Teacher of the Year Award and AAEM’s 2011 Open Microphone Award. Dr. Bond has lectured nationally and internationally on residency education, patient safety, social media, technology and orthopedics.

  • Laura J. Bontempo, MD, MEd, FACEP, FAAEM
    Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
    Assistant Director of Faculty Development and Residency Education, University of Maryland Department of Emergency Medicine

    Dr. Bontempo is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. She received her medical degree from Northwestern University in 1994 and subsequently completed an emergency medicine residency at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. She spent 5 years at Harvard University as the Associate Emergency Medicine Program Director and then was recruited to Yale University to become the Emergency Medicine Program Director, a position she held for 7 years. Dr. Bontempo completed a Master of Education degree with a concentration in health professional education at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She has received teaching awards in emergency medicine from Harvard, Yale and Northwestern Universities and the University of Maryland. Dr. Bontempo is published in multiple emergency medicine textbooks and journals and has lectured nationally in the areas of cardiology and otolaryngology.

  • Cheyenne Falat, MD
    Clinical Instructor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
    Chief Resident & Faculty Development Fellow, University of Maryland Department of Emergency Medicine

    Dr. Falat is a Faculty Development Fellow and Chief Resident at the University of Maryland Department of Emergency Medicine. She is also a current fellow in the ACEP Teaching Fellowship (although with COVID-19 throwing a wrench into conferences!). She has made multiple guest appearances on EMCast, loves to #WhiteBoardTeach, won the Robert Doherty Teaching Resident Award, and most recently lectured on drownings at Rocky Mountain Winter Conference as part of the resident speak competition.

  • Lauren Rosenblatt, MD
    Clinical Instructor, University of Maryland School of Medicine
    Chief Resident & Faculty Development Fellow, University of Maryland Department of Emergency Medicine

    Dr. Rosenblatt is currently serving as Chief Resident as well as completing a fellowship in Faculty Development. She graduated from medical school from University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio in 2017, and recently completed emergency medicine residency at the University of Maryland. Her professional interests include medical education.

Questions?

Please contact
Doreen Lucadamo, CMP, HMCC
Conference Planning Specialist
dlucadamo@som.umaryland.edu ♦ Phone: 443-240-9511
University of Maryland School of Medicine ♦ Department of Emergency Medicine
110 S. Paca Street, Sixth Floor, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21201