Emory University School of Medicine
Department of Anesthesiology
presents
STEAMBOAT
NEW HORIZONS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY
March 10-15, 2014
The Steamboat Grand
Steamboat Springs, Colorado

PROGRAM BENEFI...
STEAMBOAT
MONDAY, MARCH 10
4:30-5:10p

ANESTHETIC CONSIDERATION AT THE
EXTREMES OF AGE
Steven Butz, MD

5:10-5:50p

LUMBAR...
FACULTY
CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS
Karen T. Carlson, MD, MBA

Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology

REGISTRATION
NEW HORIZONS I...
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  1. 1. Emory University School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology presents
  2. 2. STEAMBOAT NEW HORIZONS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY March 10-15, 2014 The Steamboat Grand Steamboat Springs, Colorado PROGRAM BENEFIT New Horizons in Anesthesiology has provided practicing anesthesiologists, CRNA’s and anesthesia assistants with the latest information about a variety of anesthesia topics for 26 years. Our new format with three didactic lectures and Q & A in each session was a big success and will be repeated this year. Thirty different topics will be presented by experts in their fields. Early morning and late afternoon sessions allows for ample time on the slopes or relaxing.Topics were chosen by the impact they would have on improving patient care.These topics include pediatric and obstetric anesthesia, airway management, pain management, cardiothoracic and ICU, regional anesthesia, safety and quality in anesthesia care. At the conclusion of this program, the participant should be able to: 1. Use evidence-based strategies in the anesthetic management of all patients 2. Integrate new knowledge and skills in their clinical practice to improve patient care 3. Incorporate patient quality, safety and outcome measures into their practice for better patient care and patient satisfaction 4. Apply knowledge gained to improve clinical efficiency and safety to maintain a successful practice in a changing healthcare arena Participation in the course satisfies the American Board of Anesthesiology MOCA component for Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment. CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT The Emory University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 25 AMA PRA Category 1 creditsTM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for xx CE credits; Code Number xxx; Expiration Date: March 15, 2014. TUITION Physician/CRNA/AA Physician/Anesthetist in Training Before January 17 $775 $700 After January 17 $825 $750 Professionals in training must provide a letter of verification from their program director.Tuition includes a course syllabus in electronic format (available for download 2 weeks prior to and after the program); breakfast; and afternoon refreshments. A Tuesday evening cocktail reception will also be provided for attendees and their guests.A minimum and maximum enrollment have been established so early registration is encouraged. Written cancellations prior to the program will be refunded less an administrative fee of $75. The liability of Emory University is limited to the program tuition. Emory will not be responsible for any losses incurred by the registrant, including but not limited to airfare cancellation and hotel deposits. COURSE LOCATION AND LODGING All sessions will be held at The Steamboat Grand, 2300 Mt.Werner Circle, Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80487.This elegant, western-style resort features an outdoor pool, state-of- the- art facilities and a slopeside ski check. COURSE LOCATION AND LODGING (CONTINUED) A limited number of rooms have been secured for course registrants at the following special group rates.To reserve your accommodations, please call 877-269-2628 and refer to the Emory University School of Medicine conference. To take advantage of these great rates, you must reserve your accommodations as soon as possible, but no later than Saturday, January 18, 2014. Parlor Studio Double Queen Deluxe King 1 Bedroom King 1 Bedroom (2 queens) Deluxe 1 Bedroom 2 Bedroom 2 Bedroom (k/q and 2 queens) Deluxe 2 Bedroom 3 Bedroom 3 Bedroom penthouse 4 Bedroom penthouse 5 Bedroom penthouse $143.00 $163.00 $205.00 $205.00 $246.00 $267.00 $298.00 $473.00 $498.00 $524.00 $576.00 $676.00 $810.00 $944.00 In addition to the above rates, there are room tax and resort fees of 17.23% per room, per night. For more information about this spectacular resort, visit www.steamboatgrand.com. For additional information, registrants are encouraged to call Emory’s Office of Continuing Medical Education at 404-727-1626. AIR AND GROUND TRANSPORTATION The Steamboat Grand is just 22 miles from the Steamboat/Hayden Airport (HDN).This year the Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation has contracted with several key U.S. airlines to expand nonstop air service from eight major airports. Exclusively discounted airfares and packages can be purchased by contacting Steamboat Grand Reservations at 877-269-2628. Discounted ground transportation to and from Steamboat/Hayden and Denver airports can be reserved by calling Go Alpine at 800-343-7433 or reserve online at www.GoAlpine.com using group code: EMORYCME STEAMBOAT SKI AREA The Steamboat Ski Resort features 165 trails, 3,668 vertical feet, and nearly 3,000 skiable acres, Steamboat's 6 peaks are filled with world-class groomed cruisers, bumps, steeps, open meadows, legendary trees and Mavericks Superpipe. Nestled quietly below one of the largest ski mountains in North America, sits a small ranching community that serves as a constant reminder that the Old West is alive and well. Never far from its ranching roots, Steamboat remains firmly linked to a Western tradition that sets it apart from every other ski 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, visit www.steamboat.com. LIFT TICKETS Group lift ticket purchases made online by New Horizons in Anesthesiology guests will be discounted when booked at least 14 days in advance.The online group rate will be $57 - $72 per day for a multi-day ticket. Information about how to purchase your lift tickets online will be emailed to you when you register for the conference. Be sure to make your purchase no later than Wednesday, February 19, 2014. Tickets will be mailed directly to your home so please purchase early. You may also purchase tickets onsite on Monday, March 10, 4:00 – 7:00 pm. Rates will be slightly higher, $69 - $86. Please note: discounted rates will only be available during online pre-purchase and Monday’s onsite purchase. Regular ticket window rates will apply otherwise.The Steamboat Kids Ski Free program entitles children 12 and under to ski free the same number of days as their parent with each adult purchase of a 5-or-more day lift ticket. Ski & Snowboard School Clinics will be discounted at 15% off regular/rack rates for New Horizons in Anesthesiology guests when booked at least 7 days in advance. SKI/SNOWBOARD RENTALS 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 EMORY2014 to get the discounted rate..
  3. 3. STEAMBOAT MONDAY, MARCH 10 4:30-5:10p ANESTHETIC CONSIDERATION AT THE EXTREMES OF AGE Steven Butz, MD 5:10-5:50p LUMBAR U/S WHY YOU SHOULD KNOW IT Boris Spektor, MD 5:50-6:30p QUALITY METRICS AND PFP Peggy Duke, MD 6:30-7:00p NEW HORIZONS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY March 10-15, 2014 The Steamboat Grand Steamboat Springs, Colorado THURSDAY, MARCH 13 7:00-7:40a BASIC ECHO FOR NON- CT ANESTHESIOLOGISTS AND HOW TO GET CERTIFIED FOR BASIC INTRAOPERATIVE ECHO Peggy Duke, MD 7:40-8:20a AORTIC STENOSIS AND ANESTHESIA: FROM PRE- OP TO PACU Avery Tung, MD 8:20-9:00a ANESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR OBESE PATIENTS Billynda McAdoo, MD 9:00-9:30a Q &A 4:30-5:10p "MUST -KNOW" BLOCKS FOR OUTPATIENT SETTING Mitchell Fingerman, MD 5:10-5:50p ACQUIRING DIFFICULT AIRWAY SKILLS BEYOND RESIDENCY Carin Hagberg, MD 5:50-630p MANAGEMENT OF POST -PARTUM HEMORRHAGE Alexander Butwick, MD 6:30-7:00p Q &A Q &A TUESDAY, MARCH 11 7:00-7:40a PERIOPERATIVE ANALGESIA IN THE OPIOID TOLERANT PATIENT Boris Spektor, MD 7:40-8:20a PEDIATRIC PATIENT SELECTION IN AMBULATORY SURGERY Steven Butz, MD 8:20-9:00a ANESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR PATIENTS UNDERGOING ADVANCED ENDOSCOPIC PROCEDURES Billynda McAdoo, MD 9:00-9:30a Q &A 4:30-5:10p WHAT ANESTHESIOLOGISTS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT INSULIN PUMPS AND GLUCOSE SENSORS Steven Butz, MD 5:10-5:50p BEST PRACTICES FOR CENTRAL LINE INSERTION Avery Tung, MD 5:50-630p UPDATE ON LOCAL ANESTHETIC TOXICITY (LAST) Boris Spektor, MD 6:30-7:00p 7:00-8:30p FRIDAY, MARCH 14 7:00-7:40a EXTUBATION OF THE DIFFICULT AIRWAY: OLD PROBLEM, NEW SOLUTIONS Carin Hagberg, MD 7:40-8:20a TRUNCAL BLOCKS (TAP AND PARAVERTEBRAL) Mitchell Fingerman, MD 8:20-9:00a UPDATE ON NEW POINT -OF-CARE DEVICES IN OBSTETRIC ANESTHESIA Alexander Butwick, MD Q &A 9:00-9:30a Q &A WELCOME RECEPTION 4:30-5:10p THE ROLE OF VIDEOLARYNGOSCOPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE DIFFICULT AIRWAY; IS IT EVIDENCE-BASED? Carin Hagberg, MD 5:10-5:50p NERVE INJURY AFTER REGIONAL ANESTHESIA Mitchell Fingerman, MD WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12 7:00-7:40a THORACIC EPIDURAL ANALGESIA FOR ABDOMINAL AND THORACIC SURGERY Boris Spektor, MD 5:50-630p 7:40-8:20a VOLUME ASSESSMENT AND HEMODYNAMIC MANAGEMENT IN 2014 Avery Tung, MD PRE-ECLAMPSIA MANAGEMENT Alexander Butwick, MD 6:30-7:00p Q &A 8:20-9:00a ANESTHESIA FOR TONSIL SURGERY IN PEDIATRICS Steven Butz, MD SATURDAY, MARCH 15 9:00 -9:30a Q &A 7:00-7:40a 4:30-5:10p MEDICATION ERRORS:THE NEW APSF PARADIGM Avery Tung, MD IMPROVING YOUR SUCCESS WITH AWAKE FIBEROPTIC INTUBATION Carin Hagberg, MD 7:40-8:20a 5:10-5:50p DRIVING HIGH PERFORMANCE IN ANESTHESIOLOGY Peggy Duke, MD UPDATE ON ANTI- COAGULATION AND REGIONAL ANESTHESIA Mitchell Fingerman, MD 5:50-630p PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF OPERATING ROOM FIRES Billynda McAdoo, MD 8:20-9:00a ANESTHETIC IMPLICATIONS OF VBAC AND TOLAC Alexander Butwick, MD 9:00-9:30a Q &A 6:30-7:00p Q &A 9:30a ADJOURNMENT
  4. 4. FACULTY CONFERENCE CO-CHAIRS Karen T. Carlson, MD, MBA Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology REGISTRATION NEW HORIZONS IN ANESTHESIOLOGY March 10-15, 2014 The Steamboat Grand, Steamboat Springs, Colorado Cinnamon Sullivan, MD Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Name: _____________________________________________________ GUEST FACULTY Alexander Butwick, MD Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, CA Steven Butz, MD Associate Professor of Pediatric Anesthesiology Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee,WI Degree: ____________________________________________________ Address: ____________________________________________________ City/State/Zip: _______________________________________________ Mitchell Fingerman, MD Assistant Professor Anesthesiology Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, MO Carin A. Hagberg, MD Joseph C. Gabel Professor and Chair Department of Anesthesiology University of Texas – Houston Avery Tung, MD Associate Professor of Medicine University of Chicago Medicine Chicago, IL Phone: ______________________ Fax: ______________________ Email: ______________________________________________________ (REQUIRED) PIN #: _____________________________________________________ (REQUIRED TO RETRIEVE CME CERTIFICATE) CRNA ONLY: AANA ID#: _________________________________________ EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FACULTY Peggy Duke, MD TUITION Before Jan. 17 After Jan. 17 Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology ___ Physician/CRNA/AA $775 $825 Billynda McAdoo, MD ___ Physician/Anesthetist in Training $700 $750 Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology Boris Spektor, MD Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology REGISTER ONLINE AT www.emory.edu/CME 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: mboone2@emory.edu Make check payable to: EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

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