The Anesthesiology 6th Annual Board Review Course will be held live March 9 to 13, 2011 in Pittsburgh, PA.
The course features:
5-day comprehensive, high-yield review, including all aspects of clinical anesthesiology and subspecialties such as cardiac, pediatrics, critical care medicine, and pain medicine;
Pre- and Post-test questions included with your course registration packet;
Strong emphasis on preparation for maintenance of certification or board certification;
An Interactive Q&A Session using an Audience Response System will be utilized by each speaker;
Free Simulation Sessions at the ASA Endorsed WISER Center (optional) designed by faculty with real experience in simulation provides a unique learning atmosphere;
One-on-One Mock Oral Examination available for an additional $150; and
A comprehensive printed syllabus, a CD-ROM provided as part of your registration fee plus complimentary High Speed Wi-Fi.
What We Can Learn From Closed Claims in Obstetric Anesthesia
Echocardiography for the Non-Cardiac Anesthesiologist
Sugammadex: Do We Need It: Will We Get It?
Depth of Anesthesia and Awareness
Prevention and Management of Pediatric Cardiac Arrest
New Options to Optimize Labor and Cesarean Delivery Analgesia
How to Avoid a Lawsuit
and much more!
Learn the latest on:
Intraoperative Blood Pressure Management
Post-Operative Visual Loss
Anesthesia for Major Orthopedic Surgery
Obstetric Emergencies and Anesthetic
Challenges in Pediatric Ambulatory Anesthesia
Anesthesia and Valvular Heart Disease
Start Date: 01/31/2011
End Date: 01/31/2014
Principles and Practice of Pain Medicine (Harvard Medical School) is a comprehensive review of current advances in the field of pain medicine and presents a window into the future developments of this fast growing field. . Available in DVD video, audio CD, MP3 audio, and other formats. Good for up to 27 hours of Pain Medicine Anesthesilogy CME credits and approximately $895 to $1395.
This two-day workshop will address the need to integrate quality improvement and safety into medical education. Designed for health profession educators, this workshop will disseminate the knowledge and tools necessary to successfully implement QI and safety education in undergraduate medical education (UME), graduate medical education (GME), continuing medical education (CME), and allied health schools.