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Gain the realistic training needed to perform and interpret ultrasound imaging during this two-day comprehensive course. Participants benefit from skill stations that allow the immediate integration of learned skills, using live models. Hands-on learning with a low faculty-to-attendee ratio includes topics such as: Cardiac Output, Left/Right Ventricular Function, Focused Assessed Transthoracic Echocardiography Examination, Vascular Ultrasound, and Ask the Expert. This course will take place at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront in San Diego, California, USA on February 15-16, 2019.
Learn how to perform and interpret pediatric ultrasound imaging during this comprehensive two-day course. Expert faculty will review the latest pediatric and neonatal strategies in ultrasound image interpretation and diagnostic challenges. Extensive faculty coverage ensures a significant hands-on experience for each participant. Topics covered in the skill stations include Vascular and Guided Procedures, Volume Status, Ventricular Function, and Ask the Expert.This course will take place at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront in San Diego, California, USA on February 15-16, 2019.
Leadership in Critical Care Environments for Advanced Practice Providers
Ryan M. O'Gowan, MBA, PA-C, FCCM
Leading Initiatives and Change for Advanced Practice Providers
Tara A. Collins, ACNP, CRNP
Corinna Sicoutris, ACNP, MSN, FCCM
PC-based attendees: Windows® 2000, XP Home, XP Pro, 2003 Server, Vista
Macintosh®-based attendees: Mac OS®X 10.4(Tiger®) or newer
Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
Vaccine Trials During an Epidemic - Challenges and Solutions
Dr. Marie-Paule Kieny
Ethical Challenges in Vaccine Trials During an Epidemic
Dr. Abha Saxena
Thomas J. Papadimos, MD, MPH, FCCM
Fundamental Critical Care Support: Obstetrics is a newly developed Fundamentals licensed course. This two-day course is designed for intensivists and other critical care clinicians who focus on maternal/fetal critical care and those in obstetrics seeking additional education in critical care. Course content covers physiologic changes during pregnancy, specific obstetric medical conditions and their appropriate treatment, maternal cardiovascular resuscitation and airway management of critically ill pregnant patients, and appropriate steps in fetal assessment, delivery, and neonatal management. Skill stations will complement the lectures and allow course participants to practice clinical scenarios.
This high-fidelity simulation course is designed for ICU providers in training (senior residents, fellows) and all new-to-practice ICU providers (physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, pharmacists, and respiratory therapists). Attendees will participate in highfidelity simulated ICU emergencies to improve teamwork, leadership, and situational awareness in acute ICU care. Attendees will practice managing high-risk but infrequent ICU-type conditions in a realistic environment and then debrief the learning experience in collaborative and interactive sessions. This full-day course is not intended for experienced intensivists or for medical or nursing students This course will take place at the Naval Medical Center in San Diego, California, USA. Round-trip transportation will be provided.
The liver failure population lends unique challenges to management for the intensive care specialist. As liver transplantation has expanded both in the United States and abroad, more hospitals are becoming referral centers for patients with liver disease. Featuring a combination of lectures and case studies, this half-day precourse is designed to highlight some of the common considerations in management of liver failure in the ICU.