Lessons Learned in a Complex Emergency

Lessons Learned in a Complex Emergency

Join us for an insightful discussion as we delve into the intricacies of providing care during complex emergencies, offering a comprehensive overview that encompasses both medical and non-medical considerations. From navigating challenging medical scenarios to addressing logistical and operational challenges, this webinar will provide valuable insights for healthcare professionals, first responders, and anyone involved in emergency care settings who have a particular interest in global health and disaster medicine. The speaker will review some common medical conditions, including caring for malnutrition and children and will also discuss nonclinical factors that should be considered when heading to these locations, including security and considering friends/family.

Whether you're seeking to enhance your understanding of complex emergency responses or looking to sharpen your skills in this critical area, this webinar promises to deliver practical knowledge and actionable strategies based on real-world experiences.

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Cara Taubman, MD, MPH

Dr. Cara Taubman is an emergency physician with disaster medicine and emergency management expertise. She currently practices medicine at New York City Health + Hospitals/ Harlem, where she is the Clinical Director for Emergency Management and the Associate Director of the Emergency Department. Dr. Taubman graduated from New York Medical College with an MD and MPH and completed her Emergency Medicine residency at Jacobi and Montefiore Medical Centers. After her residency, she went on to a Global Emergency Medicine fellowship at Columbia University and a Disaster Medicine Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess/Harvard Medical School, where she stayed on as faculty after graduation. She has worked with the Ministries of Health in both Ghana and Rwanda and for Doctors Without Borders.

6/19/2024 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Central Daylight Time
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