CYCLEMT -- MARCH 11, 2023
Recruit your team and get ready to join us, in person or virtually, for this incredibly fun and competitive stationary bike relay to benefit kids in Montana. This event has been created to benefit youth in the State of Montana that have medical needs that are not covered by health insurance. Every penny raised during this event will benefit children in the State of Montana! Our goal is to raise $100,000.
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CEDAR CREEK MARATHON -- SEPTEMBER 23, 2023
Mark your calendars! Run begins at Big Creek Education Center and finishes in Columbia Falls, Montana. The Marathon borders Glacier National Park, Flathead river and Cedar Creek with incredible views as you run. The course is a mix of gravel and pavement to ease the knees with some rolling hills to keep your legs awake and rocking the entire route. The Marathon course is a Boston Qualifying event and will guarantee to make you fall in love with northwest Montana and all its beauty as you race to cross the finish line in quaint Columbia Falls, Montana. Registration opens on January 15!
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Professional Development & Educational Conferences
Logan Health strives to contribute to the education, collaboration, and professional development of healthcare providers through quality events and conferences. Review our upcoming professional events and conferences below.
PEDIATRIC FUNDAMENTAL CRITICAL CARE SUPPORT -- MARCH 3-4, 2023
Pediatric Fundamental Critical Care Support (PFCCS) focuses exclusively on fundamental concepts for professional providers who may be involved in the initial management and transfer of critically ill or injured infants and children. PFCCS prepares non-intensivists, nurses, and critical care practitioners to deal with acute deterioration of critically ill pediatric patients. The course also assists the non-intensivist in handling the sudden decline of a previously stable patient and prepares house staff for PICU coverage.
Montana Concussion Symposium -- April 7, 2023
This conference is to inform healthcare providers on how to assess and treat patients with concussions. Published guidelines will be reviewed as it pertains to the acute concussion along the continuum of care. Content includes the identification of concussions as well as prevention, assessment, and treatment. Participants will learn about transitioning concussed students back to school and workers back to work. Safe return to play transition will be covered.