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CSA Winter Anesthesia Seminar

  1. 1. 2014 Winter Anesthesia Seminar Hawaii: January 6 through January 10 FEATURING Adrian W. Gelb, MBChB Program Chair University of California San Francisco Scott W. Beattie, MD, FRCPC, PhD University of Toronto Richard P. Dutton, MD, MBA Anesthesia Quality Institute Nancy L. Glass, MD, MBA Texas Children’s Hospital Joy L. Hawkins, MD University of Colorado High quality lectures on topics of relevance to anesthesia practitioners at all levels of experience. Fairmont Kea Lani Wailea, Maui, Hawaii
  2. 2. Faculty & Lectures Scott W. Beattie, MD, FRCPC, PhD Director of Anesthesia Research University of Toronto Lectures Do any Preoperative Assessments Change Outcomes? Major Cardiac Complications After General Surgery Management of Patients with Intra-coronary Stents Perioperative Drugs – What to Stop, Start, or Continue Richard P Dutton, MD, MBA . Executive Director Anesthesia Quality Institute Lectures Quality in Anesthesiology: Do We know it when We See It? Tales From the Anesthesia Incident Reporting System Hemostatic Resuscitation Obstructive Sleep Apnea Nancy L. Glass, MD, MBA Professor of Anesthesiology Texas Children’s Hospital Lectures Perioperative Management of the Obese Child Perioperative Pain Management in Children Recognizing the Difficult Pediatric Airway Dealing with the Disruptive Physician in Your Group Joy L. Hawkins, MD Professor of Anesthesiology University of Colorado Lectures Current Controversies in Obstetric Anesthesia Management of Obstetric Emergencies Implications of the ASA/ACOG/AWHONN Guidelines Non-obstetric Surgery During Pregnancy
  3. 3. Faculty & Lectures Adrian Gelb, MBChB Program Chair Professor of Clinical Anesthesia/Perioperative Care University of California San Francisco Lectures Perioperative Stroke – More Common than You Thought The Occasional Neuroanesthesiologist – Questions You Never Thought to Ask Bringing Safety to Your Operating Room Interventional Neuroradiology – If You Ain’t Doing It yet, You will be Soon Registration CONFERENCE REGISTRATION Before 12/13 After 12/13 or Onsite CSA Member Non-CSA Physician AA, CRNA, PA, RN CSA Resident (verification required) Retired CSA Member $715 $915 $615 $350 $350 $865 $1065 $765 $500 $500 REGISTER TODAY | ONLINE OR BY TELEPHONE www.csahq.org/CMEevents 650-345-3020 No refunds for cancellations after December 20, 2013
  4. 4. Learning Objectives This seminar will feature a case-based approach that emphasizes the application of knowledge, skills and attitudes. Audience participation and overlapping faculty expertise will facilitate the exchange of views and stimulate debate. Upon completion of this seminar, participants will be able to: •• Effectively conduct preoperative evaluations to ensure appropriate medication management •• Describe the important principles in medication safety •• Understand new regulatory guidelines and how to effectively manage difficult behaviors •• Organize quality improvement initiatives to achieve quality outcomes •• Identify and manage anesthesia emergencies outside the operating room Target Audience This program is designed to educate and/or refresh the knowledge of practicing anesthesiologists, anesthesiologist assistants, nurse anesthetists, anesthesiology residents and students, and other health professionals in the practice of anesthesiology. Statement of Need Anesthesiology is a dynamic specialty, with significant change expected on a number of fronts over the next 20 years, including new clinical technologies and practices, regulatory changes, business process changes and more. In addition to providing a review of the latest clinical information, this program seeks to prepare the practicing anesthesiologist for emerging and anticipated changes in the practice of anesthesiology. The California Society of Anesthesiologists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The California Society of Anesthesiologists designates this educational activity for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credits commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Certificates for CME credits will be issued at the conclusion of the seminar, based upon attendance records. CME credits will be reported on behalf of those who provide an ABA number. Faculty members have provided learning objectives for each lecture, which will be included in the electronic conference syllabus and can be found by visiting www.csahq.org/CMEevents. You may also call the CSA office at 650-345-3020 to have the objectives sent to you. For more information about CE credits for nurse anesthetists, please visit www.csahq.org/CMEevents and select the appropriate meeting.
  5. 5. Discover maui The second largest island in the Hawaiian chain, Maui features long, sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, rolling green pasture lands and spectacular rocky cliffs. There are many things to do on Maui, including snorkeling, scuba, sailing, whale watching and golf. The naturalist can hike Maui’s forested trails and view native plant species, watch rare birds, take a whale watching cruise, and follow the highways of ancient chiefs. If you love the glitter and good life, Maui has that, too. Maui’s hotel and restaurant chefs are among the best in the country. FAIRMONT KEA LANI The Fairmont Kea Lani situated on 22 acres of tropical landscape in sunny Wailea, Maui. Both fine dining and casual options may be found in the resort’s four restaurants. Other hotel amenities include the Spa Kea Lani, 24-hour fitness center, a kid’s club, boutique shopping and a business center. The Fairmont Kea Lani is also conveniently located within minutes of Wailea’s championship golf courses and tennis courts. Hotel Rates & Auto Rental The Fairmont Kea Lani offers special CSA rates (excluding tax). Fairmont Room $275 Garden View $315 Partial Ocean View $345 Ocean View 375 Contact the Fairmont at 800-659-4100 and make your reservation under the California Society of Anesthesiologists meeting. The cutoff date for the group rate is December 13, 2013. Avis Car Rental offers special rates for CSA meeting attendees. To make your reservation, contact Avis at 800-525-7537 or visit www.avis.com and use AWD number D010017. Faculty Disclosure All faculty participating in continuing medical education activities sponsored by the California Society of Anesthesiologists are required to disclose any relevant financial interest or other relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial product(s) discussed in a continuing medical education presentation(s). Disclosure of faculty and provider relationships with commercial supporters can be found in the conference syllabus or www.csahq.org/CMEevents. Policies In order to receive a registration fee refund, a written request must be submitted prior to December 20, 2013. Please note that a $75 charge will be retained. No refunds will be issued after December 20, 2013. Disabled persons with special requirements should contact the CSA office 14 days prior to the meeting.
  6. 6. Calendar January 6 – 10, 2014 October 27 – 31, 2014 CSA Winter Anesthesia Seminar CSA Fall Anesthesia Seminar April 24 – 27, 2014 January 12 – 16, 2015 CSA Spring Anesthesia Seminar CSA Winter Anesthesia Seminar Fairmont Kea Lani Wailea, Maui, Hawaii Hyatt Regency San Francisco San Francisco, California Fairmont Orchid Kohala Coast, Hawaii Fairmont Kea Lani Wailea, Maui, Hawaii No Time to Travel? Earn CME credits online. www.csahq.org/onlineCME Please share with your colleagues… Post this brochure!