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Emergency Medicine

Disaster Training Specialist
Medical Alert Center, On-call Medical Supervision
Disaster Healthcare Volunteer, Medical Adviser
AAP – CA2 Disaster Preparedness, Committee Chair

Mass Casualty Triage
Medical Management of Nuclear and Radiologic Disasters
Overview of Hospital Disaster Preparation LA County
Medical Triage in Natural Disasters


Safety and Security Consultant

Workplace Violence Prevention
Active Shooter
Domestic Violence in the Workplace
Sexual Harassment
Security Management Programs
Workplace Violence – OSHA and The Joint Commission Compliance
Internal Investigation
Security Liability Prevention – Premise, Retention, Training
Use of Force
Personal Safety and Simple Self Defense

They loved him! – Providence Little Company of Mary- San Pedro Hospital Our physicians love this speaker and were very impressed. – JFK Memorial Hospital

Director, Public Health and Disasters
Associate Professor of Medicine and Public Health

How to Prepare PCP for Disasters
Community Resilience: What Is It and How Do We Get There?
Ready, Willing, and Able: An Update for Clinicians on Preparing for Disasters and Climate Change
Not Just Zombies: Public Preparedness for Disasters


Professor of Medicine, Division of Emergency

Medical Decision Making:  Preventing Cognitive Errors
Physician Wellness
The New Anticoagulants
Emergencies in the Elder Patient
Alcohol Withdrawal Syndromes
Evaluation and Management of the Difficult Airway
RSI:  What Every Emergency Physician Must Know
RSI:  Issues and Controversies
Reassessing Basic Airway Management Skills: Teaching Old Dogs New Tricks
Rescue Devices for Managing the Difficult Airway
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Sexually Transmitted Diseases:  A Social and Historical Perspective
Evaluation of Acute Diarrhea
Food and Water-Borne Illnesses
Influenza – Expanding Options in Prevention and Treatment
Travel-Related Illnesses
Abdominal Pain in the Elderly
Trauma in the Elderly Patient
The Toxidrome-Oriented Physical Exam: A 60 Second Approach to Poisoning
Toxic Alcohols
Mushroom Poisoning
Environmental Heat Illness
Penetrating Neck Trauma
Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
TIAs: Myths and Controversies
Emergency Management of the Acute Asthmatic
Aortic Disasters
Pulmonary Embolism
Pain Management in the ED
Sedation in the ED
Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
The Pharmaceutical Industry and Medical Practitioners
Oncologic Emergencies
Warfarin Reversal
Noninvasive Ventilation
Surgical Emergencies in the Bariatric Surgery Patient
Trauma in the Obese Patient
Elder Abuse
Red Flag Chief Complaints: Potential Life Threats That Look Benign

Once again she was awesome! – Orange Coast Memorial Hospital VERY good speaker! I wanted you to know what a wonderful speaker she was! She knew several of the docs here or they had listened to her on the radio and she was extremely engaging along with a great sense of humor. You can tell by her evals how well received her talk was. We will definitely use her again in the future. – Orange Coast Medical Center

Professor of Emergency Medicine

Domestic Violence

Top 8 Dangerous Prescribed Medications

Dangerous Medication and Black Box Warnings in the Elderly: Is Anything Safe Anymore

Disease Prevention in the ED: Tobacco Cessation

Disease Prevention in the ED: Alcohol Misuse, Health Consequences, and Patient Counseling

She really is an outstanding speaker!  The attendees had nothing but praise for her. – Orange Coast Regional Medical Center Very good and practical speaker – Providence Holy Cross Medical Center Excellent Lecture! – Torrance Memorial Medical Center She’s a fabulous speaker!!! She’s very comfortable with her subject, had a great powerpoint presentation with case studies and she has a wonderful sense of humor. We asked her to specifically address 2 drugs we’ve had challenges with here and she did that, very thoroughly. I highly recommend her to anyone who needs to have CME. Thanks for finding her for us!!!! – Simi Valley Medical Center Good, straight-forward speaker with practical information- Providence Holy Cross Medical Center

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Physical Abuse of Children
Second Victims: Helping you and your Staff Cope with Tragic Pediatric Outcomes
Recognition of At-Risk Children: Suicide, Abuse and Human Trafficking
The Pain-Free Pediatric ED: Pain Control, Anxiolysis and Procedural Sedation
Ins and Outs: What’s New in Ingestion’s and Foreign Body Management
Management of Pediatric Hyperglycemia
Neuro-Nuts and Bolts: Seizures/Head Injuries/Concussions
Bronchiolitis/Asthma Update: When is The Right Time to get Aggressive


Former Director of Toxicology
Assistant Dean
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Cell Neurobiology
Keck School of Medicine of USC

Hypertension:  Very Elevated Blood Pressure in Asymptomatic Patient…Now What?
America’s Addiction to Opioids: What Health Professionals Need to Know
Homeless & the Hospital Emergency Department
Creepy Crawlies- Insects, Infestation, Marine Envenomation
Tobacco Use Performance Measures and Nicotine Dependence
Elder Abuse
Controlled Substance Utilization Review and Evaluation (CURS2)
Prescription Drug Abuse
Strategies for Cessation
Geriatric Polypharmacy and Adverse Drug Reactions
Electronic Cigarettes
Core Measures for Tobacco Use Treatment
ER/LA Opioid REMS: Achieving Safe Use While Improving Patient Care
Approach to the Poisoned Patient
North American Snake Envenomation
Spiders and Scorpion and Insect Envenomation
Newer Drugs of Abuse (Spice, Bath Salts, Wax and more)
The Overlooked Addict: Patients, Providers, and Prescription Drug Abuse
Newer Antidotes and Gastrointestinal Decontamination
Is it Hot in Here? Heat-related Illness
Adverse Drug Reaction and Post Marketing Surveillance and Adverse Drug Reaction
Botox and Other Cosmetic Procedure Poisoning
Cold and Hot Environmental Emergencies
Athletic Performance Enhancers and Dieting Agents
Nicotine and E-Cigarettes
Caffeine and Energy Drinks
Meet Me at the Rave- Club Drugs of Abuse
Rapid Sequence Intubation and Procedural Sedation Medication and Toxicity
Acetaminophen Poisoning
Salicylate Poisoning
Opioid Poisoning
Iron Poisoning
Seafood Poisoning
Herbal Medications
Botulism, Tetanus, and Strychnine
Pharmaceutical Additives and Toxicity
Anticoagulant Toxicity and Reversal
The Brady Bunch- Beta Blocker, Calcium Channel Blocker, Digoxin, Clonidine Poisoning
Cocaine, Methamphetamine, and Other Sympathomimetics
Antidiabetic Agents and Toxicity
Anticonvulsant Toxicity
Antidepressants and Lithium Poisoning
Antipsychotic Poisoning
Ethanol and Ethanol Withdrawal
Ethanol, Benzodiazepines and Other Sedative-Hypnotics
LSD, Hallucinogenic Amphetamines and Herbal Drugs of Abuse
Inhalant Abuse and Caustic Poisoning
Lead and Other Heavy Metal Poisoning
Insecticide, Pesticide and Herbicide Poisoning
Rodenticide Poisoning
Methanol, Ethylene Glycol, and Other Toxic Alcohol Poisoning
Plant Poisoning
Carbon Monoxide and Smoke Inhalation
Cyanide, Toxic Gases, and Methemoglobinemia
Chemical, Biological and Radiation Weapons

Sean Patrick Nordt is a board-certified Emergency Physician, dual-boarded Toxicologist, and a Pharmacist. He is currently an Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California. He is a lecturer in Pharmacology at Keck School of Medicine. He has over 40 original publications on emergency medicine and toxicology related topics with multiple research studies on snake and spider envenomation. He has authored multiple book chapters and is a monthly contributor to Emergency Medicine Review and Perspective (EM-RAP). He lectures throughout the United States and internationally on toxicology topics. He is also a reviewer for approximately 10 peer reviewed journals. Dr. Nordt has won several teaching awards from several residency programs. He is a former Associate Director of the California Poison Control System-San Diego and was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSD and also Assistant Clinical Professor of Pharmacy at UCSF. He has served on the Board of Director of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology.
Dr. Nordt + his subject matter was ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC!  It was SOOOOOOOOOOO well received by our physicians.  Again, I cannot thank you enough for finding this wonderful speaker for us!  – Providence Little Company of Mary Excellent, compelling speaker open to taking questions during his presentation.- Providence Holy Cross Medical Center He is an excellent speaker, and all attendees appreciated his presentation.- Southern California Hospital Dr. Nordt is our new star! What a great combination—PharmD and ED physician. We had standing room only today. He was excellent, and we want him back. – Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center