2013 WinterAnesthesia Seminar Hawaii: January 21 through January 25 FEATURING Richard L. Applegate II, MD Program Chair Loma Linda University Patricia M. Applegate, MD, FACC Loma Linda University Vincent Chan, MD, FRCPC, FRCA University of Toronto Girish Joshi, MD UT Southwestern Medical Center Zeev Kain, MD, MBA University of California Irvine David Wlody, MD State University of New York-DownstateTimely, refresher course-style lecturesExperts in their respective fieldsAttendees of all levels of trainingHyatt Regency Maui Resort & SpaMaui, Hawaii
Seminar ScheduleSunday | January 20 4:30-6:30 pm Early Bird RegistrationMonday | January 21 7:00-8:00 am Continental Breakfast7:50 am Welcome and Introduction Johnathan L. Pregler, MD, CSA President8:00 am Optimal Fast Track Anesthesia Techniques for Ambulatory Surgery Girish Joshi, MD9:00 am Myths in Pediatric Anesthesia Zeev Kain, MD, MBA10:00 am Coffee Break10:20 am Echocardiography: From Anatomy and Function to Images and Information Patricia M. Applegate, MD, FACC11:20 am Neurologic Complications of Regional Anesthesia David Wlody, MD12:20 pm AdjournTuesDAY | January 22 7:00-8:00 am Continental Breakfast8:00 am The “Difficult Child” in the Perioperative/ Periprocedural Environment Zeev Kain, MD, MBA 9:00 am Applying Echocardiography to Inform Preoperative and Postoperative Management Decisions Patricia M. Applegate, MD10:00 am Coffee Break10:20 am Cardiac Disease in Pregnancy David Wlody, MD11:20 am Perioperative Uses of Ultrasound in Anesthesia Vincent Chan, MD, FRCPC, FRCA 12:20 pm AdjournwednesDAY | January 23 7:00-8:00 am Continental Breakfast8:00 am What’s Going on in There? Echo Clues to Unexpected Events Richard L. Applegate II, MD9:00 am Neurologic Disease in Pregnancy David Wlody, MD10:00 am Coffee Break10:20 am Recent Advances in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia Vincent Chan, MD, FRCPC, FRCA11:20 am Optimal Pain Management for Ambulatory Surgery Girish Joshi, MD12:20 pm Adjourn
Schedule continuedthursdAY | january 24 7:00-8:00 am Continental Breakfast8:00 am Maternal Hemorrhage David Wlody, MD9:00 am Anticoagulation and Regional Anesthesia Vincent Chan, MD, FRCPC, FRCA10:00 am Coffee Break10:20 am Best Practices for Glycemic Control during Ambulatory Surgery Girish Joshi, MD11:20 am Change is Hard: A Primer in Change Management Zeev Kain, MD, MBA12:20 pm AdjournfriDAY | january 25 7:00-8:00 am Continental Breakfast8:00 am Hot Topics in Regional Anesthesia/Analgesia Vincent Chan, MD, FRCPC, FRCA9:00 am Outpatient Conundrums: Controversial Topics in Ambulatory Anesthesia Girish Joshi, MD10:00 am Coffee Break10:20 am To Err is Human Zeev Kain, MD, MBA11:20 am Perioperative Medicine in Everyday Practice Settings Richard L. Applegate II, MD12:20 pm AdjournmentRegistration Before Between Register CONFERENCE REGISTRATION 12/17 12/17 - 1/5 Onsite CSA Member $655 $705 $795 Non-CSA Physician $755 $855 $945 AA, CRNA, PA, RN $755 $855 $945 CSA Resident (verification required) $310 $340 $430 Retired CSA Member $310 $340 $430 REGISTER TODAY | ONLINE OR BY TELEPHONE www.csahq.org/CMEevents 650-345-3020 No refunds for cancellations after January 7, 2013
Learning ObjectivesAt the conclusion of this seminar, learners will: •• Understand and appropriately utilize resources that improve perioperative outcomes •• Apply evidence to guide clinical decisions that lead to optimal perioperative care for all patients •• Incorporate principles of perioperative medicine to anesthesia practiceTarget AudienceThis program is designed to educate and/or refresh the knowledge ofpracticing anesthesiologists, anesthesiologist assistants, nurse anesthetists,anesthesiology residents and students, and other health professionals in thepractice of anesthesiology.Statement of NeedAnesthesiology is a dynamic specialty, with significant change expectedon a number of fronts over the next 20 years, including new clinicaltechnologies and practices, regulatory changes, business processchanges and more. In addition to providing a review of the latest clinicalinformation, this program seeks to prepare the practicing anesthesiologistfor 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 educationalactivity for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physiciansshould only claim credits commensurate with the extent of theirparticipation in the activity.Certificates for CME credits, based upon attendance records, will bemailed. CME credits will also be reported on behalf of those who providean ABA number.Faculty members have provided learning objectives for each lecture, whichwill be included in the conference syllabus and can be found online byvisiting www.csahq.org/CMEevents. You may also call the CSA office at650-345-3020 to have the objectives sent to you.This program has been prior approved by the American Association ofNurse Anesthetists for 20 CE credits; AANA Code Number 1027215;Expiration Date 1/25/13. Certificates for CE credits, based uponattendance records, will be mailed. CE credits will also be reported onbehalf of those who provide an AANA number.
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CalendarApril 18 – 21, 2013 January 6 – 10, 2014CSA Spring CSA WinterAnesthesia Seminar Anesthesia SeminarSt. Regis Resort Monarch Beach Fairmont Kea LaniDana Point, California Wailea, Maui, HawaiiOctober 21 – 25, 2013 October 27 – 31, 2014CSA Fall CSA FallAnesthesia Seminar Anesthesia SeminarGrand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa Fairmont OrchidPoipu Beach, Kauai, Hawaii Kohala Coast, Hawaii No Time to Travel? Earn CME credits online. www.csahq.org/onlineCME Please share with your colleagues… Post this brochure!