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CIT staff members lecture and display exhibits for state, regional, national and international audiences. These presentations include reports on research, demonstrations of projects and programs and recommendations on EMS system issues and technology. Some of  these presentations are listed below:
  • Montana Strategic Suicide Prevention Plan: The Imbalance of Prevention Strategies and Relative Risk by Age Group. 6th World Congress on Injury Prevention and Control, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2002; AAS 35th Annual Conference, Bethesda, MD, 2002.

  • Errors on Suicide Death Certificates in Montana. 6th World Congress on Injury Prevention and Control, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2002.

  • Effects of Institution of a Voluntary Trauma System on Preventable Death and Inappropriate Care in a Rural State. 6th World Congress on Injury Prevention and Control, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2002 

  • An Integrated Community Model for Suicide Prevention: Lessons from Cardiac Care. 6th World Congress on Injury Prevention and Control, Montreal, Ontario, Canada, 2002;  American Association of Suicidology 34th Annual Conference. Atlanta, Ga., 2001.

  • Success and Unmet Potential of Standardized Computer. 3rd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies, Dallas, TX, 2002.

  • Technology and EMSC: Training, Telemedicine, and More. 3rd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies, Dallas, TX, 2002. 

  • A Self-Study Injury Prevention CD-ROM for Health Providers. 3rd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies, Dallas, TX, 2002.

  • Relative Stasis of Prehospital Provider Comfort Levels Concerning Pediatric Care.  3rd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies, Dallas, TX, 2002.

  • Characteristics of Female Suicide in Montana -- 1998. AAS Annual Conference, Bethesda, MD, 2002. 

  • Our Role in the Prevention of TBI. Brain Injury Association of Montana, Bozeman, MT, 2001.

  • An Interactive Approach to Provider-Client Injury Prevention. 23rd Annual Common Problems in Pediatrics. Salt Lake City, UT, 2001.

  • Resources Beyond the Textbook.  EMSTC Conference. Missoula, MT 2000; Billings, MT, 2001.

  • Setting the Mission for EMSC Partnership for Children Consortium. EMSC Partnership for Children, 2001.

  • Rural EMS and Trauma Care Systems. Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, 2001.

  • Injury Prevention. IHS EMS Medical Director's Course. Scottsdale, AZ, 2001.

  • Out-of-Hospital Research. IHS Medical Director's Course. Scottsdale, AZ, 2001; Salt Lake City, UT, 2000; Denver, CO, 1999.  

  • Analysis of Prior Health System Contacts as a Harbinger of Subsequent Fatal Injury in American Indians. EAST Conference, Ft. Meyers, FL, 2000.

  • The Role of the EMT in Injury Prevention. IHS Medical Directors' Course. Salt Lake City, Utah, 2000.

  • Signs, Symptoms and Solutions to Adolescent Suicide. 2nd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies. Baltimore, MD, 2000.

  • Telehealth and Distance Learning: Diverse Approaches to Health Care Delivery.  2nd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies. Baltimore, MD, 2000.

  • Injury Fatalities among American Indian Children in Montana and Wyoming: 1990-1995. 2nd National Congress on Childhood Emergencies. Baltimore, Maryland. 2000.

  • Pediatric Trauma. Montana EMS Association. Lewistown, MT, 2000.

  • Children With Special Health Care Needs: Technology Assisted Children. National Association of Pediatric Home and Community Care. New Orleans, La, 2000; Kansas Pediatric Conference, 2000; Montana EMS Association. Lewistown, MT, 2000.

  • Establishment of a Suicide Prevention Research Center in a High Risk Region of the United States. 5th World Congress on Injury Prevention and Control. New Delhi, India, 2000.

  • Characteristics of Suicide Decedents among American Indians in the Northern Rocky Mountain States: 1990-1995. 5th World Congress on Injury Prevention and Control. New Delhi, India, 2000.

  • Characteristics of Injury Fatalities among American Indian Children in Montana and Wyoming: 1990-1995.  Injury Prevention and Control 5th World Conference, New Delhi, India. 2000

  • Epidemiology of Childhood Injury Deaths in Montana. Governors Briefing on Childhood Injury. Helena, MT, 2000.  

  • Adolescent Suicide. Kansas Pediatric Conference, Wichita, KS, 2000.

  • Childhood and Adolescent Suicide: Focus on Prevention. Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety, Bismarck, ND., 2000.

  • CD-ROMs in EMS Training: An Overview. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Bozeman, MT, 1999.

  • General Session: Does Montana Need Injury Prevention? An Injury Data Panel. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Bozeman, Montana. 1999.

  • Adolescent Suicide Prevention: What We Know & What We Don’t Know. Kansas Multi-Disciplinary Symposium. Topeka, KS, 1999.

  • Adult Learners/Adult Teachers: Making the Most of Your Training Time. Kansas Multi-Disciplinary Symposium. Topeka, KS, 1999.

  • Medical Director’s Role in Injury Prevention. Native American Medical Directors Conference, Denver, Colorado. 1999.

  • The Epidemiology of Fatal Unintentional and Intentional Injuries Among Native Americans in Montana and Wyoming. Montana Public Health Association Annual Conference. Butte, Montana. 1999.

  • Regional EMS for Children: Benefits of Inter-State Collaboration. Great Lakes EMS Conference. Chicago, IL, 1998.

  • Falls: Emergency Care and Prevention. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Missoula, MT, 1998.

  • Changing Epidemiology of Injury-Related Pediatric Mortality in a Rural State: Implications for Injury Control.. EMSC National Congress. Washington DC, 1998.

  • Changing Epidemiology of Injury-Related Pediatric Mortality in a Rural State: Implications for Injury Control.. Kansas Multi-disciplinary Pediatric Conference. Topeka, KS 1998.

  • Medical Director’s Role in Injury Prevention. Native American Medical Directors Conference, Denver, Colorado. 1998.

  • Intermountain Regional Compilation and Reporting of Childhood Health and EMSC Data. EMSC National Congress. Washington DC, 1998.

  • Self-Reported Compliance with Pediatric Equipment Guidelines for Ambulance Services Prior to an EMS for Children Program. EMSC National Congress. Washington DC, 1998.

  • Changing Epidemiology of Injury-Related Pediatric Mortality in a Rural State: Implications for Injury Control. EMSC National Congress, Washington DC. 1998.

  • Prior Trauma Care of Intoxicated Patients as a Predictor of Subsequently Fatal Injury. Fourth World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 1998.

  • The Blackfeet Nation’s Use of Volunteers in Home Safety Activities. Fourth World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 1998.

  • The Development of a Comprehensive Injury Prevention and Control Plan in a Rural State. Fourth  World Conference. RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1998.

  • Using Electronic Methods to Overcome Barriers to Training of Rural Volunteers in Trauma Care and Injury Prevention. Fourth World Conference. RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1998.

  • The Development of a Prehospital Information System as a Basis for Injury Prevention in a Rural State. Fourth World Conference. RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1998.

  • The Use of a Personal Computer Platform to Coordinate Injury Prevention in Rural Areas. Fourth World Conference. RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1998.

  • The Use of Trained Volunteers in the Implementation of a Comprehensive Injury Surveillance System on the Blackfeet Reservation. Fourth World Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, RAI Amsterdam, The Netherlands. 1998.

  • Development of Trauma Systems. Sioux Falls, SD, 1997.

  • Native American Suicide Deaths in Montana: 1989-92. Indian Health Services Research Conference. Albuquerque, NM, 1996.

  • Medical Director’s Role in Injury Prevention. Native American Medical Directors Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada. 1997.

  • Scene Response by Rotor Wing Aircraft. Panel. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Great Falls, MT, 1997.

  • State of the Region Address. Intermountain Region EMSC Coordinating Council. Santa Fe, NM, 1997.

  • Injury Prevention and Control. Blackfeet Tribal Health Fair. Browning, MT, 1997.

  • Remote Pediatric Advanced Life Support Training. American Heart Association - Emergency Cardiac Care Committee. Washington DC, 1997.

  • Alcohol and Injury Deaths Among Native Americans in Montana. Indian Health Service Research Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico. August 1996.

  • Rural Preventable Mortality: Implications for Prehospital Care. Wyoming Association of EMS Providers. Annual Conference, Cheyenne, WY, 1996.

  • Kinetics of Motor Vehicle Trauma. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Billings, MT, 1996.

  • Development of Trauma Systems. Colorado Department of Health. Breckenridge, CO,1996.

  • Alternative Prehospital Training. Bureau of Maternal and Child Health, EMS-Children National Conference.  Washington, D.C., 1996.

  • Childhood Injury Prevention and Control as a Public Health Problem. Intermountain EMS-C Coordinating Council (IRECC) Annual Meeting. Bozeman, MT, 1996.

  • Conducting Preventable Mortality Studies-Methods for Undeveloped and Developing Trauma Care Systems. Third International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control. Melbourne, Australia, 1996.

  • Changing Epidemiology of Injury-Related Mortality in a Rural State: Implications for Injury Prevention. Third International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control. Melbourne, Australia, 1996.

  • AA Comparison of Preventable Trauma Mortality Rates in Rural Areas With and Without an Organized System of Trauma Care. Third International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control. Melbourne, Australia, 1996.

  • Integration of the Psychological Disciplines into a Comprehensive Public Health Model for Injury Prevention and Control. Third International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control. Melbourne, Australia, 1996.

  • Alcohol and Injury Deaths Among Native American in Montana.  Third International Conference on Injury Prevention and Control, Melbourne, Australia. 1996.

  • Injury Prevention and Control: A Historical Perspective of Efforts to Involve Montana’s EMS Providers. Region VIII National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Helena, MT, 1996.

  • Comprehensive Injury Surveillance and Linkage System.  Browning, Montana. 1997.

  • Injury Deaths Among Montana’s Older Adults: 1990-1995. Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana. 1996.

  • Alcohol and Injury Deaths Among Native Americans in Montana. Third International Conference on Safe Communities, World Health Organization, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. 1995.

  • Errors in Prehospital Care of Pediatric Patients. South Dakota EMT Association. Rapid City, SD, 1995.

  • Changing Epidemiology of Childhood Injury: Results and Implications. South Dakota EMT Association. Rapid City, SD, 1995.

  • Native American Preventable Mortality in a Rural State. Third International Conference on Safe Communities, World Health Organization. Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada, 1995.

  • Development of Trauma Systems. Oklahoma Department of Health. Oklahoma City, OK, 1995.

  • Development of Trauma Systems. Kansas Trauma Task Force. Topeka, KS, 1995.

  • SAFEKIDS: The Need for a Focal Point in Montana.  Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Kalispell, MT, 1994.

  • How Montana’s Kids Get Hurt: Implications for Prevention. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Kalispell, MT, 1994.

  • Development of Trauma Systems. Department of Transportation and Highway Safety. Texas Department of Health, Abilene, TX, San Angelo, TX, El Paso, TX, San Antonio, TX, 1994.

  • Trauma Triage Revisited. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium, Kalispell, MT, 1993.

  • Rural Preventable Mortality Study: Implications for Colorado. Colorado Trauma Symposium. Breckenridge, CO, 1993.

  • Colorado Trauma System Strengths and Challenges. Colorado Trauma Symposium. Breckenridge, CO, 1993.

  • Development of Trauma Systems." Colorado Division of Health. Denver, Colorado, Trauma Region Seven. Corpus Christi, TX, 1993; Alliance for Health Care. Grand Rapids, MI, 1992.

  • Issues in Rural EMS and Highway Traffic Safety. Panel. Lifesavers/10. Denver, CO, 1992; Lifesavers/9. Charlotte, NC, 1991.

  • Trauma System Development - Patterns of Rural Trauma. Panel. Lifesavers/10. Denver, CO, 1992; Lifesavers/9. Charlotte, NC, 1991.

  • Innovative Technology in the Delivery of Continuing Education to Rural EMS Providers. Rural Health, Partnerships in Action, Washington State Area Health Education Council. Spokane, WA, 1992.

  • Development of Trauma Systems. Alabama Department of Health. Montgomery, AL, 1992.

  • Hypothermia - Revisited. Montana EMS Association, Annual Educational Conference. Great Falls, MT, 1991.

  • Anatomy of Rural Trauma and Its Prevention. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Big Sky, MT, 1991.

  • EMS System, Technical Assessment. Contract with Medical Care Development. Augusta, ME, 1991.

  • Challenges in Rural EMS Research. National Association of EMS Physicians. Orlando, FL, 1991.

  • EMS System, Technical Assessment. Statewide Assessment. U.S. Department of Transportation, Hartford, CT, 1991.

  • Challenges in Rural Research and the Rural Use of Pneumatic Anti-Shock Garments. Black Hills Training Institute, Annual Educational Conference. Rapid City, SD, 1991.

  • EMS Public Information, Education and Relations. Group session facilitator, National Consensus Conference, U.S. Department of Transportation/Medical Care Development.  Washington, D.C., 1991.

  • Development of Trauma Systems. Governor's Task Force. Hartford, CT, 1990.

  • Injury Prevention for Children. Montana EMS Association Conference. Great Falls, MT, 1989.

  • EMS and Highway Safety in Rural America. Panel. Lifesavers/7. Cincinnati, OH, 1989.                                                                    

  • Rural Trauma. Topical Table. Lifesavers/7. Cincinnati, OH, 1989.

  • Trauma Will You Survive? Film Festival. Lifesavers/7. Cincinnati, OH, 1989.

  • Use of Pneumatic Anti‑Shock Garments. South Dakota EMT Association. Pierre, SD, 1988.

  • Critical Trauma Assessment. South Dakota EMT Association. Pierre, SD, 1988.

  • EMT‑Intermediate. Panel. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Bozeman, MT, 1988.

  • Kinetics of Trauma: High Delta V is Greek to Me. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Bozeman, MT, 1988.

  • Focus on Prevention. Panel. Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Bozeman, MT, 1988.

  • Shock and the Use of the PASG. Region 2A Trauma Workshop. Great Falls, MT, 1988.

  • Accidents versus Preventable Injuries: Risk Taking Behaviors. Panel. Lifesavers VI Conference. Boston, MA, 1988.

  • Kinetics of Trauma. Lifesavers VI Conference. Boston, MA, 1988.

  • Networking for EMS Personnel. Montana EMS Association. Glasgow, MT, 1987.

  • Occupant Safety Issues for EMS Personnel. Panel. Lifesavers V Conference. San Diego, CA, 1986.

  • Critical Trauma Assessment. South Dakota EMT Association. Mitchell, SD, 1986.

  • Pediatric Emergencies. South Dakota EMT Association. Mitchell, SD, 1986.

  • EMS Instructor Training. EMS Staff Development Workshop. Boone, IA, 1986.

  • ASTM, its Role in National Standardization. EMT‑Defibrillation National Standard Setting Seminar, National Council of State EMS Training Coordinators. San Francisco, CA, 1986.

  • Providing Student Feedback. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Las Vegas, NV, 1985.

  • EMS Instructor Training and Evaluation. Northern Region EMS Council Annual Educators' Conference. Mt. Vernon, WA, 1985.

  • Oh Woe Is Me, Using Force Field Analysis for Problem Solving. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Dearborn, MI, 1984.

  • Creating Effective Simulations. National Association of Emergency Medical  Technicians. Dearborn, MI, 1984.

  • Designing Performance Check Sheets. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Dearborn, MI, 1984.

  • Shock. Nebraska Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Columbus, NE, 1984.

  • Principles of Feedback. Nebraska Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Columbus, NE, 1984.

  • Principles of Effective Instruction. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Biloxi, MS, 1983.

  • Final Examinations. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Biloxi, MS, 1983.

  • Rural Advanced Life Support. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Biloxi, MS, 1983.

  • Emergency Medical Technicians on Trial. Panel. Montana Emergency Medical Services Association. Bozeman, MT, 1983.

  • Legal Issues in Emergency Medical Services. Panel. Montana Emergency Medical Services Association.  Bozeman, MT, 1983.

  • The Role of National EMS Organizations. Panel. Montana Emergency Medical Services Association. Bozeman, MT, 1983.

  • Issues in EMT Training. Alaska EMS Symposium. Anchorage, AK, 1982.

  • Hypothermia, the EMT's Dilemma. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Boston, MA, 1982.

  • Practical Skill Development, Montana EMS: The Basics. Emergency Medical Services Bureau. Great Falls, MT, 1982.

  • EMT Training, Montana EMS: The Basics. Emergency Medical Services Bureau. Great Falls, MT, 1982.

  • Competency Based Training in EMS. Oklahoma Society of Instructor/ Coordinators. Oklahoma City, OK, 1982.

  • Hypothermia. North Dakota Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Jamestown, ND, 1981.

  • Hypothermia, the EMT's Dilemma. North Dakota Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Jamestown, ND, 1981.

  • Objectivity in Practical Examinations. Practical Examination Workshop, National Council of State EMS Training Coordinators. Des Moines, IA, 1981.

  • Directions for EMT Intermediate Training. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Portland, OR, 1981.

  • Evaluation and Feedback. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Portland, OR, 1981.

  • Credentialing the EMT. Mid‑Winter Conference, Montana Emergency Medical Services Association. Great Falls, MT, 1980.

  • EMT Training. Panel. Conference on Indian Health Matters. Phoenix, AZ, 1980.

  • Issues in EMS Training. National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Nashville, TN, 1980.

  • EMT Instructor Training. Connecticut Department of Health. Hartford, CT, 1980.

  • Hypothermia, the EMT's Dilemma. North Dakota Association of Emergency Medical Technicians. Jamestown, ND, 1980.

  • Hypothermia, the EMT's Dilemma. Annual Conference, Montana Emergency Medical Services Association. Bozeman, MT, 1979.

 

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