We welcome you to the 2nd Pan-American Forum in Emergency Care and Global Health
August 15th to 17th, 2019 with Pre and Post Conference activities.

PACE 2019 Speakers

We’re very excited to announce that several speakers from the inaugural forum will be returning!
Stay Tuned for More Speakers.

Dr. Judith Tintinalli

Leading Emergency Medicine Author, Tintinalli's Emergency Medicine

Dr. Robert E. Suter

President ACOEP
Former President:
ACEP and IFEM

Dr. Terrence Mulligan

Secretary, International Federation For Emergency Medicine, Board Of Directors AAEM

Dr. Haywood Hall

Emergency Medicine Specialist, Ashoka Fellow, Founder of PACE MD, Hero of Emergency Medicine, IFEM Humanitarian Award Recipient, Former Director of the ACEP International Ambassador Program, Telemedicine physician

Dr. Camilo Gutierrez

Children's National Medical Center
-George Washington University-

Dr. Ashley Bean

Director, Global Health and International EM Track


Dr. Carl Olden

Board Member AAFP, Former ALSO International Director


Dr. Renate Savich

Ex-Director Neonatology AAP, Helping Babies Breathe
-University of Mississippi-

Dr. Lisa
Moreno-Walton

MD MS MSCR FAAEM
Professor, President-Elect American Academy of Emergency Medicine

Dr. Rafael Antonio
Nieves Meneses

Specialist Doctor in Gynecology and Obstetrics


Dr. Ricardo
Cruz Silva

Emergency Medical-Surgical Specialist Doctor


Dr. Miriam del Carmen Cabrera Aguilar

Specialist Doctor in Emergency Medicine

Conference Overview

Where Emergency Care meets Global Health!

The 2nd Pan American Forum of Emergency Care and Global Health built on the successful meeting in 2018. We attracted leading multidisciplinary specialists and public health experts involved in emergency care: emergency specialists, obstetricians, neonatologists, intensivists, pediatricians, primary care … all interested in how their state-of-the-art knowledge can be applied to low resources settings and culturally challenging settings.

The conference was partially built on PACEMD’s experience in training 41,000 health care providers in Mexico and Latin America, improving their knowledge, skills, and abilities in medical centers … as well as out to the last kilometer!

Create medical training programs in lower-resource settings

Utilize telementoring, mHealth, & other technologies to form new implementation systems

Review pilots for ECHO’s telementoring programs

Provide Continuing Medical Education to professionals (CME Credit Available)

Positively affect the chain of survival through the skills of emergency care professionals

Network with Global Health Leaders

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What Healthcare Leaders Have to Say

San Miguel de Allende

An Amazing Destination

The 2nd Pan-American Forum in Emergency Care and Global Health will be held in in beautiful San Miguel de Allende, Mexico a World Heritage Site.

CONTINUING MEDICAL EDUCATION

We’re very excited to offer opportunities to gain CME credits while attending our conference.
The amount of CME awarded is based on participation in authorized CME activities throughout the forum.

Accreditation Statement

San Miguel de Allende’s Pan American Forum on Emergency Care and Global Health, in collaboration with the University of New Mexico Office of Continuing Medical Education and the PACEMD program, provides continuing medical education for physicians.

Credit Designation Statement

The Office of Continuing Medical Education designates this conference as a CME activity for a maximum of 24 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

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Registration

$ 600
  • Registration Includes access to the forum:

Featured Tracks Include:

– Emergency Medicine
– Emergency Obstetrics & Neonatal Resuscitation
– Pediatric Emergency Medicine & Global Health

Focus Groups:

– Ultrasound
– Research in low resource settings
– Disaster Management
– Wilderness Medicine

More to be announced…

Early Registration

(Available until March 16, 2019)
$ 450
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Registration includes access to all tracks and focus groups:

Featured Tracks Include:

– Emergency Medicine
– Emergency Obstetrics & Neonatal Resuscitation
– Pediatric Emergency Medicine & Global Health

Focus Groups:

– Ultrasound
– Research in low resource settings
– Disaster Management
– Wilderness Medicine

More to be announced…

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Our Partners

PACE 2018 Speakers

Dr. Judith Tintinalli

Leading emergency Medicine Author

Dr. Robert E. Suter

President ACOEP
Former President:
ACEP and IFEM

Dr. Terrence Mulligan

Board of DIrectors:
IFEM and AAEM
-University of Maryland-

Dr. Haywood Hall

FACEP FIFEM FAAEM

Dr. Kenneth Iserson

Author, Bioethicist,
Global and Disaster Medicine
-University of Arizona-

Dr. Ashley Bean

Global Health Editor EMP Monthly
-University of Arkansas-

Dr. Carl Olden

Board Member AAFP, Former ALSO International Director

Dr. Renate Savich

Ex-Director Neonatology AAP, Helping Babies Breathe
-University of Mississippi-

Dr. Lisa Moreno-Walton

FAAEM Vice President
MD MS MSCR FAAEM

Dr. Gretchen Heinrichs

ACOG Representative to ALSO, UCDenver Center for Global Health

Dr. Stephen Lapinsky

Critical Care Obstetrics,
Mt Sinai Canada

Dr. Lee Dresang

ALSO Coordinator for
Latin America

Dr. Sanjeev Arora

Founding Director UNM Project ECHO (Telementoring)

Dr. Eduardo Pesqueira Villegas

Director of the National Center for Gender Equality and Reproductive Health, Federal Health Ministry

Dr. Pablo Antonio Kuri Morales

Undersecretary of Health, Prevention and Promotion of Health

Dr. Judith Tintinalli

Leading emergency Medicine Author

Dr. Robert E. Suter

President ACOEP
Former President:
ACEP and IFEM

Dr. Terry Mulligan

Board of DIrectors:
IFEM and AAEM
-University of Maryland-

Dr. Haywood Hall

FACEP FIFEM FAAEM

Dr. Kenneth Iserson

Author, Bioethicist,
Global and Disaster Medicine
-University of Arizona-

Dr. Ashley Bean

Global Health Editor EMP Monthly
-University of Arkansas-

Dr. Carl Olden

Board Member AAFP, Former ALSO International Director

Dr. Renate Savich

Ex-Director Neonatology AAP, Helping Babies Breathe
-University of Mississippi-

Dr. Lisa Moreno-Walton

FAAEM Vice President
MD MS MSCR FAAEM

Dr. Gretchen Heinrichs

ACOG Representative to ALSO, UCDenver Center for Global Health

Dr. Stephen Lapinsky

Critical Care Obstetrics,
Mt Sinai Canada

Dr. Lee Dresang

ALSO Coordinator for
Latin America

Dr. Sanjeev Arora

Founding Director UNM Project ECHO (Telementoring)

Dr. Eduardo Pesqueira Villegas

Director of the National Center for Gender Equality and Reproductive Health, Federal Health Ministry

Dr. Pablo Antonio Kuri Morales

Undersecretary of Health, Prevention and Promotion of Health

2018 PACE Forum Highlights

The PACEMD program is an award-winning social impact program which strives to improve emergency and general medical care in Latin America through community-based training in Skills, Knowledge & Ability as well as to improve medical care in the US and Latino populations through MedSpanish’s language and cultural literacy training. PACEMD is an ex-oficio member of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine and has aligned itself with IFEM’s new Global Health efforts

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