Main Day 2
8:00 am - 8:45 am Registration & Coffee
8:45 am - 9:00 am Chairperson’s Opening Remarks
9:00 am - 9:45 am Keynote: Maintaining a “Ready Medical Force and Medically Ready Force”Colonel Dr. Paul A. Friedrichs, Command Surgeon (TCSG),U.S. Transportation Command
- The US Air-Force strategy to maintain medical readiness
- Airborne medicine innovation and capabilities
- Needs and requirements of the air force to provide expeditionary medical support
Colonel Dr. Paul A. FriedrichsCommand Surgeon (TCSG)
U.S. Transportation Command
9:45 am - 10:30 am Keynote: Optimisation of the UK Armed Forces Healthcare Delivery System in Direct Support of Deployed OperationsAir Commodore Maria Byford, Head of future healthcare delivery,Directorate Healthcare Delivery and Training, United Kingdom
- Using cutting-edge scenario based technology and effects for realistic training conditions
- Joint Training Programs and Facilities
- Applying lessons learned.
Air Commodore Maria ByfordHead of future healthcare delivery
Directorate Healthcare Delivery and Training, United Kingdom
10:30 am - 11:15 am Morning Networking & Refreshment Break
11:15 am - 12:00 pm Case Study: US ARMY Medical Forces Deployment to Disaster ZonesColonel Rachele M. Smith, Commanding Officer, Combat Support Hospital 14 (CSH 14),US Army
- Mobilizing and operating a field hospital in support of humanitarian crisis
- Decision making process for deploying field hospitals
- Rapid deployment requirements and training methods
- Challenges for Command and Control on long deployments
Colonel Rachele M. SmithCommanding Officer, Combat Support Hospital 14 (CSH 14)
12:00 pm - 12:45 pm NATO MILMED - Expanding International Cooperation for Advanced Military Medicine ExcellencyColonel Dr. Péter Vekszler, Head of Training Branch, NATO Center of Excellence for Military Medicine,NATO Captain Dr. Jackson Taylor, Head of Lessons Learned Branch, Center of Excellence for Military Medicine,NATO
- Strengthen Strategic Partnerships and Alliances
- Joint international training with NATO Allies
- NATO Medical Lessons Learned procedures and the importance of Medical Observation
Colonel Dr. Péter VekszlerHead of Training Branch, NATO Center of Excellence for Military Medicine
Captain Dr. Jackson TaylorHead of Lessons Learned Branch, Center of Excellence for Military Medicine
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Networking Luncheon
1:45 pm - 2:30 pm Apply New Technology and Innovation to Save Lives on Prolonged Battlefield Care SituationsDr. Brad R. Ringeisen, Deputy Director, Biological Technologies Office (BTO),DARPA
- Innovation enabling and prolonging battlefield survivability
- Expanding the “golden hour” by applying medical advancement
- Providing medical devices and methods for hemorrhage control – stop the bleed!
Dr. Brad R. RingeisenDeputy Director, Biological Technologies Office (BTO)
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm International Collaboration and Interagency Partnerships in the Development of Medical Countermeasures (MCMs) for Chemical DefenseLTC Matthew Clark, Joint Product Manager for Chemical Defense Pharmaceuticals,Joint Project Manager-Medical Countermeasure Systems (JPM-MCS), (JPEO-CBD)
Utilizing international agreements to develop MCMs for chemical defense -Interagency collaboration and translational teaming on MCM development -Rapidly developing chemical defense MCM for the warfighter
LTC Matthew ClarkJoint Product Manager for Chemical Defense Pharmaceuticals
Joint Project Manager-Medical Countermeasure Systems (JPM-MCS), (JPEO-CBD)
3:15 pm - 4:00 pm The Epidemic of Military and Veteran Suicide: A Proposed Demonstration ProjectDr. Paul F. Aravich, Professor of Anatomy, Geriatrics, and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation,Eastern Virginia Medical School
§Demonstrate the epidemic of fatal behavioral health disorders.
§Explain that behavioral health disorders are brain disorders interacting with psychosocial factors.
§Evaluate the benefits of resiliency training for military-related personnel, including families.
§Create a DoD-VA-Community behavioral health integration demonstration project in a region with one of the highest densities of military-related persons.
Dr. Paul F. AravichProfessor of Anatomy, Geriatrics, and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Eastern Virginia Medical School