Emory University School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology presents FEBRUARY 16-22, 2013 The Steamboat Grand Steamboat Springs, Colorado
STEAMBOAT NEW HORIZONS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY February 16-22, 2013 The Steamboat Grand Steamboat Springs, ColoradoPROGRAM BENEFIT COURSE LOCATION AND LODGING (CONTINUED)Now in its 25th year, New Horizons in Anesthesiology will again present a A limited number of rooms have been secured for course registrants at thevariety of current topics for practicing anesthesiologists and anesthetists. following special group rates.To reserve your accommodations, please callDidactic lectures followed by ample Q & A will cover clinical and practice 877-269-2628 and refer to the Emory University School of Medicine conference. To take advantage of these great rates, you must reserve your accommodationsmanagement issues. Ultrasound guided upper extremity, lower extremity, and as soon as possible, but no later than Sunday, December 30, 2012.truncal blocks techniques will be reviewed along with the discussion of thearguments for the use ultrasound guided regional anesthesia. Patterns in the Parlor $139.00incidents of regional anesthesia complications from the ASA Closed Claims Studio $159.00Project will be discussed along with recent trends in the ASA Postoperative Deluxe King $199.00Visual Loss (POVL) and ASA Neurologic Injury after Non-supine Shoulder 1 Bedroom King $239.00Surgery (NINS) registries. Other topics of discussion will include:Trends in 1 Bedroom (2 queens) $259.00anesthetic complications in spine surgery; anesthetic techniques in obstetric Deluxe 1 Bedroom $289.00 2 Bedroom $459.00emergencies and the morbidly obese patient; current controversies in obstetric Deluxe 2 Bedroom $509.00anesthesiology and anesthetic causes of maternal morbidity and mortality; 3 Bedroom $559.00medical decision making patterns and the reasons for practice variability; 3 Bedroom penthouse $779.00perioperative management of pacemakers and valvular heart disease; and 4 Bedroom penthouse $859.00transesophageal echocardiogram basic views and its utilization in acute 5 Bedroom penthouse $959.00emergency situations. Additionally, anesthetic management of the pediatricpatient including preoperative evaluation, sedation, and utilization of brain In addition to the above rates, there are room tax and resort fees of 17.23%function monitors will be presented. per room, per night. For more information about this spectacular resort, visit www.steamboatgrand.com.At the conclusion of this program, the participant should be able to: For additional information, registrants are encouraged to call Emory’s Office of1. Identify the proper ultrasound images and learn techniques to effectively Continuing Medical Education at 404-727-1626. perform upper and lower extremity and truncal blocks;2. Describe anesthetic techniques in obstetric emergencies and obese patients; AIR AND GROUND TRANSPORTATION3. Describe reasons for variability in anesthesiology practices; The Steamboat Grand is just 22 miles from the Steamboat/Hayden Airport4. List perioperative management techniques for pacemaker and valvular (HDN). Contact Steamboat Grand Reservations at 866-269-2628 for discounted heart disease patients; airfare into Steamboat for exclusive airfare specials. Also, Delta Airlines offers discounts off published fares into Steamboat Springs and Denver International5. Discuss the peri-operative management of the pediatric patient. Airport. Call Delta’s Meeting Reservation specialist at 800-328-1111 or online at www.delta.com and refer to meeting number NMET4.Participation in the course satisfies the American Board of AnesthesiologyMOCA component for Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment. Ground transportation to and from Steamboat/Hayden and Denver airports can be reserved by calling Steamboat Grand Reservations at 866-269-2628.CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITThe Emory University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a STEAMBOAT SKI AREAmaximum of 25 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsTM. Physicians should only claim The Steamboat Ski Resort features 165 trails, 3,668 vertical feet, and nearly 3,000 skiable acres, Steamboats 6 peaks are filled with world-class groomedcredit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. cruisers, bumps, steeps, open meadows, legendary trees and Mavericks Superpipe.TUITION Before Dec. 14 After Dec. 14Physician/CRNA/PA $775 $825 Nestled quietly below one of the largest ski mountains in North America, sits aPhysician/Anesthetist in Training $700 $750 small ranching community that serves as a constant reminder that the Old West is alive and well. Never far from its ranching roots, Steamboat remainsProfessionals in training must provide a letter of verification from their program firmly linked to a Western tradition that sets it apart from every other skidirector.Tuition includes a course syllabus in electronic format (available for resort in the world. Come see for yourself why Steamboat continues to hold a special place in the hearts of so many people. For more information, visitdownload 2 weeks prior to and after the program); breakfast; and afternoon www.steamboat.com.refreshments. A Tuesday evening cocktail reception will also be provided forattendees and their guests. A minimum and maximum enrollment have been LIFT TICKETSestablished so early registration is encouraged. Written cancellations prior to Group discounted lift tickets will be available for purchase on Saturday,the program will be refunded less an administrative fee of $75. February 16, 8:00 am-10 am and 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm at the New Horizons conference registration desk.The group discounted price will be $55 - $70 perThe liability of Emory University is limited to the program tuition. Emory will day for a multi-day ticket. Be sure to arrive during these allotted times fornot be responsible for any losses incurred by the registrant, including but not convenient lift ticket purchase.The Steamboat Kids Ski Free program entitles children 12 and under to ski free the same number of days as their parent withlimited to airfare cancellation and hotel deposits. each adult purchase of a 5-or-more day lift ticket. Proof of age will be required on-site for all 11 and 12 year olds and kids who appear that age to the ticketCOURSE LOCATION AND LODGING agent. Used or partially used lift tickets are non-refundable.All sessions will be held at The Steamboat Grand, 2300 Mt.Werner Circle,Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80487.This elegant, western-style resort features SKI/SNOWBOARD RENTALSan outdoor pool, state-of- the- art facilities and a slopeside ski check. Group discounted ski and snowboard rental packages are available through Ski & Sport Grand (located in the hotel or the Ski & Sport Gondola Square. Or to reserve your equipment before you arrive, visit www.steamboat.com/grouprental. Use group code EMORY2012 to get the discounted rate.
STEAMBOAT NEW HORIZONS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY February 16-22, 2013 The Steamboat Grand Steamboat Springs, ColoradoSaturday, February 16 Wednesday, February 208:00 - 9:00 am REGISTRATION 7:00 am COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH MAJOR4:30 - 6:30 pm REGISTRATION SPINE SURGERY - Lorri Lee, MDSunday, February 17 7:40 am SHOW ME YOUR STAFFING MODEL - Amr Abouleish4:30 pm WHATS NEW IN MECHANICAL VENTILATION 2013? Avery Tung, MD 8:20 am WORKING HARD, HARDLY WORKING: MEASURING CLINICAL PRODUCTIVITY FOR INDIVIDUAL5:10 pm ANESTHESIA FOR THE ELDERLY - Avery Tung, MD ANESTHESIOLOGISTS - Amr Abouleish, MD5:50 pm U/S GUIDED REGIONAL ANESTHESIA EVIDENCE: 9:00 am Q &A CURRENT STATE OR STATE OF THE ART? Mitchell Fingerman, MD 4:30 pm POSTOPERATIVE VISUAL LOSS (POVL) AND6:30 pm Q &A THE ASA POVL REGISTRY - Lorri Lee, MDMonday, February 18 5:10 pm PERFUSION IN THE BEACH CHAIR POSITION AND7:00 am CURRENT CONTROVERSIES IN THE NINS REGISTRY - Lorri Lee, MD OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA - Joy Hawkins, MD 5:50 pm ANESTHETIC NEUROTOXICITY IN THE7:40 am ULTRASOUND GUIDED LOWER EXTREMITY BLOCKS DEVELOPING BRAIN - Carolyn Bannister, MD Mitchell Fingerman, MD 6:30 pm Q &A8:20 am MATERNAL MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY- ANESTHETIC CAUSES - Joy Hawkins, MD Thursday, February 21 7:00 am PEDIATRIC AWARENESS AND BRAIN FUNCTION9:00 am Q &A MONITORS - Carolyn Bannister, MD4:30 pm PRACTICE VARIABILITY: WHAT DOES IT MEAN 7:40 am BASIC TEE VIEWS FOR THE NONCARDIAC WHEN EVERYBODY DOES IT DIFFERENTLY? ANESTHESIOLOGIST - Roman Sniecinski, MD Avery Tung, MD 8:20 am RESCUE TEE IN ANESTHESIA PRACTICE5:10 pm ULTRASOUND GUIDED UPPER EXTREMITY BLOCKS Roman Sniecinski, MD Mitchell Fingerman, MD5:50 pm NONRATIONAL FACTORS IN MEDICAL DECISION 9:00 am Q &A MAKING:THE PRICE OF PREFERENCE - Avery Tung, MD 4:30 pm PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF PACEMAKERS6:30 pm Q &A Roman Sniecinski, MDTuesday, February 19 5:10 pm ELECTRICAL SAFETY IN THE O.R. - John G. Morrow, MD7:00 am L&D MANAGEMENT OF THE MORBIDLY OBESE PATIENT - Joy Hawkins, MD 5:50 pm DIABETES AND PERIOPERATIVE GLUCOSE MANAGEMENT - John G. Morrow, MD7:40 am ULTRASOUND GUIDED TAP/TRUNCAL BLOCKS Mitchell Fingerman, MD 6:30 pm Q &A8:20 am MANAGEMENT OF OBSTETRICAL EMERGENCIES Friday, February 22 Joy Hawkins, MD 7:00 am ANESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF VALVULAR HEART DISEASE - Roman Sniecinski, MD9:00 am Q &A 7:40 am THE LATEST ON POSTOPERATIVE NAUSEA AND4:30 pm COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH REGIONAL VOMITING: PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT ANESTHESIA FROM THE ASA CLOSED CLAIMS PROJECT John G. Morrow, MD Lorrie A. Lee, MD 8:20 am ANXIETY AND PREMEDICATION IN THE5:10 pm MYTHBUSTERS EPISODE: ANESTHESIA ECONOMIC PEDIATRIC PATIENT - Carolyn Bannister, MD ISSUES - Amr Abouleish, MD5:50 pm INCENTIVES, BRIBERY, BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION, & 9:00 am Q &A PARENTING SKILLS:A PRIMER FOR ANESTHESIOLOGISTS Amr Abouleish, MD 9:30 am ADJOURNMENT6:30 pm Q &A7:30 pm RECEPTION
FACULTY REGISTRATIONCONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS NEW HORIZONS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY February 16-22, 2013Karen T. Carlson, MD The Steamboat Grand, Steamboat Springs, ColoradoAssistant Professor of AnesthesiologyDavid Pae, MDAssistant Professor of Anesthesiology Name: _____________________________________________________GUEST FACULTYAmr Abouleish, MDProfessor of Anesthesiology Degree: ____________________________________________________University of Texas Medical BranchGalveston,TX Address: ____________________________________________________Mitchell Fingerman, MDAssistant Professor of AnesthesiologyWashington University School of MedicineSt. Louis, MO City/State/Zip: _______________________________________________Joy Hawkins, MDProfessor of AnesthesiologyUniversity of Colorado School of Medicine Phone: ______________________ Fax: ______________________Denver, COLorri A. Lee, MDAssociate Professor of Anesthesiology Email: ______________________________________________________University of Washington School of Medicine (REQUIRED)Seattle,WA PIN #: _____________________________________________________Avery Tung, MDAssociate Professor of Medicine (REQUIRED TO RETRIEVE CME CERTIFICATE)University of Chicago MedicineChicago, IL CRNA ONLY: AANA ID#: _________________________________________ TUITION Before Dec. 14 After Dec. 14EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FACULTYCarolyn Bannister, MD ___ Physician/CRNA/PA $775 $825Associate Professor of Anesthesiology ___ Physician/Anesthetist in Training $700 $750John G. Morrow, III, MDAssistant Professsor of AnesthesiologyRoman Sniecinski, MD REGISTER ONLINE AT www.emory.edu/CMEAssociate Professor of Anesthesiology OR MAIL TO: Continuing Medical Education Emory University School of Medicine 1462 Clifton Road NE, Suite 276 Atlanta, GA 30322 Phone: 404-727-5695 / Toll Free: 888-727-5695 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Make check payable to: EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE