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Welcome to Registration for emERge 2020

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Emerge 2020 Registration Form
Form must be submitted separately for each attendee.
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Please list someone else other than Parent/Guardian.
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REFUND POLICY: All Emerge 2020 Registration Payments are non-refundable. There are no exceptions, credits, transfers, and/or refunds. PLEASE DO NOT REGISTER UNTIL YOU ARE CERTAIN YOUR ATTENDEE IS AVAILABLE FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
EVENT CANCELLATION DISCLAIMER: Emerge Conference LLC is not responsible for problems beyond our control such as weather conditions, campus conditions, travel difficulties, health issues, etc). In the unlikely occurrence that our event has to be cancelled or postponed due to circumstances beyond the control of Emerge Conference LLC, we will not be held responsible for any costs incurred by event attendees and their parents/guardians.
INJURY/LOSS DISCLAIMER: Emerge Conference LLC does not accept responsibility and expressly excludes liability to the fullest extent permitted by law for: (1) any loss or damage to any personal property or (2) death or any personal injury suffered by attendees at the event. Authentic medical equipment will be used by attendees and proper use and care for these items is required. Emerge Conference LLC reserves the right to remove any attendee whose behavior is dangerous, disruptive, reckless, and/or not conducive to a learning environment.
MEDICAL RELEASE: As the Parent/Guardian (“undersigned”) of the above- named Attendee (“Minor”), the undersigned are responsible for the health care decisions of the Minor and is/are authorized to give consent for medical treatment to be provided to the Minor. The undersigned represents that no other consent from any other person(s) is/are required by law. The Undersigned do hereby authorize Emerge Conference LLC (EC-LLC) as agents for the Undersigned, to consent to any x-ray examination, anesthesia, medical or surgical diagnosis or treatment and hospital care of the Minor, which is deemed advisable by and is to be rendered under the general or specific supervision of any physician or surgeon licensed under the provisions of the California Medical Practice Act (Business & Professions Code Sections 2000-2029) and on the medical staff of a licensed hospital/medical center, whether such diagnosis or treatment is rendered at the office of said physician or said hospital/medical center. It is understood and agreed that this authorization is given in advance of specific diagnosis, treatment or hospital care being required and is give to provide EC-LLC with the authority and power to give specific consent to any and all such diagnosis or treatment deemed advisable for the Minor. This authorization is given pursuant to Sections 6910/6911/6550 of the California Family Code and shall remained effective until December 31, 2020 unless revoked sooner in writing delivered to, and received by EC-LLC. It is also understood and agreed that the Undersigned is/are responsible for all costs relating to the necessary medical treatment, whether through insurance or other means, and that EC-LLC does not provide medical insurance coverage and is not responsible for any costs relating to medical treatment of the Minor. In addition to the above, the Undersigned agree(s) to allow the Minor to be photographed and/or videotaped for official publication purposes relating to EC-LLC (flyers, brochures, website, news media, etc).
LIABILITY RELEASE: The above-named Parent/Guardian hereby release(s), waive(s), and discharge(s) EC-LLC, its officers, agents, employees and representatives (hereinafter “Releasees”) from any and all liability, responsibility, damages, losses, and claims resulting from personal injury, accidents, and/or property loss caused in any manner, including the simple, active or passive negligence of Releasees, arising from or related to Minor’s participation in EC-LLC activities. The above-named Parent/Guardian further understand(s) and expressly agree(s) that the foregoing Medical Release Agreement and Liability Release Agreement (“Release Agreement”) is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the State of California, including without limitation California Probated Code section 3500, et seq., and that if any portion of the Release Agreement is found invalid, it is agreed that the remaining provisions shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect. By checking the box below, the above-named Parent/Guardian has carefully read this Release Agreement and fully understands its contents. They are aware that this is a release of liability and a consent to medical services, and further understand that the Undersigned is/are giving up substantial legal rights. The Undersigned is/are not relying on any representation by EC-LLC which is not set forth herein, and further understand(s) that any modification to this Release Agreement must be made by EC-LLC in writing. Parent/Guardian agrees to sign for the Minor listed on this Registration Form, and will update this form if information changes.



ALL ABOUT THE COST

The most common questions we get are why there is a Registration Fee and why the Registration Fee is $309.  (Please note:  our Early Bird Special ran from October – end of December for $289)  We aim to be as transparent as possible in discussing this. 

We are not sponsored in any way, so registration fees pay to pull the whole thing off.  Emerge is a BEAST.  We receive non-financial support from Sharp Memorial Hospital (social media posts, pens, supplies, etc.) We anticipate having 40+ docs, 20+ nurses, and 40+ health care techs on site this year in addition to 170+ attendees.  Now, consider the math.  Between facility fees, equipment rentals, medical supplies, donations to the non-profit 2 Vital 2 Die (which provides research and support to improve the speed and quality of care for Cardiac Arrest victims in San Diego County), a storage unit, administrative fees, office support, conference insurance, mailer & mailing supplies, postage, hosting/web/bank fees, catering, gifting our faculty members, catering, drinks, snacks, t-shirts, and so much more, our expenses are substantial. 

We know emERGe offers future medical leaders a premier experience unlike any other summer medical programs/conferences/congresses/camps available in the United States.  Our attendees travel from all over the West Coast because of it.  We are proud of emERge for several very specific reasons:

  • We are run by world-class, experienced, and licensed doctors and nurses, NOT medical students or residents.
  • Our doctor to student ratio is unbeatable.
  • We consist of hands-on work, not sitting and listening.
  • We are not a non-profit arm of an extremely wealthy for-profit organization.
  • Our cost is EXTREMELY low compared to other summer medical programs.
  • Our attendees will walk away knowing if Undergraduate Pre-Med Studies/Medical School/Nursing School/PA school is for them.  This is a HUGE time and cost saver for

Lastly, we also know our world is in desperate need of well-trained and high-quality future medical leaders.  IT TAKES ONE TO KNOW ONE.  Consider an attendee that comes each summer from age 14-20:

A future physician, nurse, health tech, or other medical leader who attends emERge each year will have had interactions with 280 practicing physicians, 140 practicing nurses, nearly 300 practicing health techs, and 1,190 future colleagues by the time they declare a major at a university!



THE BENEFITS OF HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE

We each have our own story as to why we ended up pursuing the career we are in.  We hope to be a part of the story, even the impetus, for the next generation of medical leaders entering the field.  Here are some hands-on experience stories from two of our Founders, Dr. Zack Shinar, MD and Dr. Andrew Eads, MD.

Dr. Shinar spent one summer during his undergraduate years working with an American-trained physician in rural Thailand.  The doctor did any and every medical procedure possible to save lives – even ones he was reading how to do for the first time whilst his patients lay helpless on the operating table.  It wasn’t sitting at a desk and helping businesses earn more money that mattered anymore to Zack.  It was giving of himself, his talents, and his time to care for those who needed to be helped and healed.

For emERge Founder Dr. Eads, it was a car accident he was in.  In his own words:

“A good friend of mine was severely injured in a car accident and had a lot of medical needs.  In addition to a traumatic brain injury, he was left in a vegetative state requiring around-the-clock care up until his death, nine-and-a-half years later.  He suffered from seizures.  I don’t know if he had any moments of alertness or consciousness.  It wasn’t exciting and cutting edge medicine, but it was the solemn, noble, and equally important side of simply caring for a person in need.  There wasn’t a solution, recovery, or miracle,  and you don’t always get that in medicine, but I was there helping taking care of him.

I saw the difference that a physician could make in the lives of people in need again in Hawaii.  My first hands-on experience was working as a tech in a hospital in Hawaii at age 22.  I found my mentors in Hawaii.  Prior to that summer, I hadn’t known any doctors PERSONALLY.  Having the opportunity to actually meet doctors and interact with them really helped me.  I also saw how medical care could be done poorly.  While I was there, I called my parents to let them know I was going to apply for medical school.

In my “Life as an MD/RN” breakout session at emERge, I really enjoy answering our attendees’ questions.  Here are 16 and 17 year old students asking HOW much school?  Is it really HARD?  It’s so long!  I like to dispel the myths about it not being the least bit enjoyable.  All of the hard work is so amazing.  You meet the best people.  You are constantly amazed and humbled by the people you are around.  I don’t think you can say that about other careers.  The whole journey to becoming a doctor is a lot more enjoyment than struggle.

To a parent considering sending their teen to emERGe, I would say we are trying to give their teen the most immersive, helpful, fun, inspiring, and useful experience we can for someone at their level of education and maturity.  It’s all pf those things packed into one full day.  We are trying to fill in the gaps between where they are now and becoming a physician – all of the different possibilities and careers within medicine –  and inspire them to want to take the journey and get there.”



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