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2018 Spring Meeting

2018 Spring Meeting

Developing Professional, Humanistic Anesthesiologists

2018 Spring Meeting

April 20-22, 2018

Target Audience
This meeting is intended for medical students, residents, and faculty physician educators in anesthesiology and related disciplines who are interested in how technology, economics and legislation impact medical and anesthesia education, as well as how to improve teaching skills and faculty development.

About This Meeting
The purpose of this annual meeting is to educate and share information that will enable anesthesia educators to provide the highest level of education and improve patient outcomes. Opportunities for questions and answers will be provided at the conclusion of each presentation.



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Agenda

Breakfast & Committee Roundtable Discussions
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Welcome and Announcements
8:00 am - 8:15 am

Professionalism: The Foundation of the Profession
Thomas J. Nasca, MD, MACP - President of ACGME
8:15 am - 9:15 am

Coffee Break & Moderated Poster Viewing
9:15 am - 9:30 am

SEA Workshops - Set #1
9:30 am - 11:00 am

  • Workshop A: A Human Factors Approach to Empathy
  • Workshop B: An Armed Trainee Commits Suicide in Your Workplace: Active Shooter Protocols, Suicide, Wellness, and Caring for Each Other
  • Workshop C: Beyond Traditional Approaches: Innovative Teaching Strategies to Promote Professionalism in Anesthesiology Trainees
  • Workshop D: Building Well-Being: Construction of a Wellness Program
  • Workshop E: How Does Your Didactic Curriculum Compare to Other Medical Schools?
  • Workshop F: Optimizing the Clinical Anesthesia Year 0 Experience During the Anesthesia Month Rotation
  • Workshop G: Professionalism and Ethics for Anesthesiologists: It's Time for Patient Centered Approach in the Era of Technology
  • Workshop H: Secrets of Successful Teaching: Being in the Know

Oral Curriculum Abstract Presentations
11:00 am - 11:50 am

Moderators: Nina Deutsch, MD & Franklyn P. Cladis, MD, FAAP

Business Meeting & Luncheon
11:50 am - 1:10 pm

Oral Research Abstract Presentations
1:10 pm - 2:00 pm

Moderators: Tetsuro Sakai, MD, PhD, MHA & Srijaya K. Reddy, MD, MBA

Coffee Break & Moderated Poster Viewing
2:00 pm - 2:30pm

SEA Workshops - Set #2
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

  • Workshop A: Addressing the Challenge of the Unprofessional Resident
  • Workshop B: Depression, Disruptive Behavior, and Impairment: Consequences for Patient Safety and Physician Health
  • Workshop C: How Can Educational Technologies and Learning Design Help Us Better Train Professional, Humanistic Anesthesiologists?
  • Workshop D: How Does Your Clinical Curriculum and Evaluation Compare to Other Medical Schools?
  • Workshop E: Simple Neck Exercises, Breathing and Meditation Techniques to Mitigate Stress for the Anesthesia Providers. Demonstration, Active Learning and Discussion on Evidence Based Long Term Individualized Institutional Integration of These Wellness Techniques
  • Workshop F: Suffering in Silence: Physician Burnout. Time for a New Approach.
  • Workshop G: Wellness: A Work in Progress!
  • Workshop H: When Bad Things Happen to Good People: Building Resilience After Medical Errors and Poor Clinical Outcomes

Kentucky Bourbon Tours
4:00 pm

Located on downtown Louisville's historic "Whiskey Row," the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience features an artisanal distillery, guided tours, educational Bourbon tastings, and more! Located 0.4 miles from the Hyatt. Groups will depart and walk together to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the tour. $10 per person.

Dine Around
6:00 pm

Sign-Up at the Registration Desk.

Breakfast & Committee Roundtable Discussions
7:00 am - 8:00 am

Morning Remarks and Announcements
8:00 am - 8:15 am

Keynote: Reflections on Professionalism
David H. Chestnut, MD
8:15 am - 9:15 am

Power and Pitfalls of Social Media for the Professional Anesthesiologist
Moderator: Sarah Beth Hartlage, MD, MS
Kristin Ondecko Ligda, MD
Amy Pearson, MD
9:15 am - 10:00 am

Coffee Break & Moderated Poster Viewing
10:00 am - 10:30 am

Award Presentations
Phillip Liu Innovations in Anesthesia Education
SEAd Grant
HVO Scholars
10:30 am - 11:30 am

Lunch on Own
11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Panel Discussion: Professionalism in the Real World
Professional Conduct and Accountability
Humanism and Cultural Proficiency
Maintaining Emotional, Physical and Mental Health, and Pursuing Personal and Professional Growth
Professionalism in the Real World
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

  • Jerrad R. Businger, MD
  • Sean P. Clifford, MD
  • Saundra E. Curry, MD
  • Carol Ann B. Diachun, MD, MSEd

Workshops - Set # 3
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

  • Workshop A: Building Your Best Culture
  • Workshop B: Bullying and Aggressive Behavior at the Workplace
  • Workshop C: Clerkship Directors How Do You Get the Job Done?
  • Workshop D: Critical Reading of Original Scientific Research: A How-To for Clinicians
  • Workshop E: Educating Successfully in a Global Health Setting - A Bilateral Benefit
  • Workshop F: Fostering the Development of Effective and Empathetic Communication: How to Assess and Provide Feedback with Gap Analysis
  • Workshop G: Idea to Grant - Toward the Successful Application for Educational Grants
  • Workshop H: Train the Trainer: Cultivating Humanistic Professional Practices in Anesthesiology

President's Reception and SEA Member Celebration
SPIRE
4:00 pm - 10:30 pm

For $25 a person, you and your guest(s) will receive exclusive access to the revolving rooftop event space, SPIRE on top of the Hyatt Regency Louisville. This event space will provide a breathtaking view of the festivities occurring in the Downtown Louisville skyline that includes one of the nation's top air shows at 3:00pm and one of the largest annual fireworks shows in the country at 9:30pm. Soft drinks and light snacks will be provided during the airshow. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and soft drinks will be provided with a cash bar before the fireworks. Space is limited to 170 attendees, so register early!

Breakfast & Committee Round Tables
7:00 am - 8:00 am

Morning Remarks
8:00 am - 8:15pm

General Session
A Strategic Dialog with SEA Leadership: Town Hall Panel with SEA Executive Board
8:15 am - 9:15 am

  • Michael R. Sandison, MD (President)
  • Stephen J. Kimatian, MD, FAAP (Past President)
  • Karen J. Souter, MB, BS, FRCA, MACM (President-Elect)
  • Stephanie B. Jones, MD (Secretary)
  • L. Jane Easdown, MD (Treasurer)

Meeting Wrap Up
9:15 am - 9:30 am

Coffee Break
9:30 am - 9:45 am

Workshops Set # 4
9:45 am - 11:15 am

  • Workshop A: A Novel Curriculum for Optimizing Multi-Disciplinary Team Dynamics; A Focus on Effective Communication and Leadership Styles
  • Workshop B: Learning Management Systems to Help Faculty Trainees Manage Their Workload and Alleviate Stress
  • Workshop C: OSCE Development: Lights, Camera, Action!
  • Workshop D: Teaching Interdisciplinary Communication Through Collaborative Meetings
  • Workshop E: The "OSCE Exam" is Here! Are Your Trainees Ready?

Saturday, April 21, 2018
Breakfast with SEA Members
7:00 am - 8:00 am
Welcome/Introductions
8:00 am - 8:15 am
What to Expect as a Chief Resident
8:15 am - 9:00 am
Leadership Primer
9:00 am - 9:45 am
Coffee Break
9:45 am - 10:00 am
Emotional Intelligence, Empathy and Leadership
10:00 am - 10:45 am
The Difficult Resident and Providing Feedback
10:45 am - 11:45 am
Networking Lunch
11:45 am - 12:45 pm
Roundtable Discussions
12:45 pm - 3:00 pm

  • Time Management
  • Conflict Negotiation
  • Identify Colleagues in Trouble
  • Coping with Professionalism Concerns

Take Home Message
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm



Workshops

A Human Factors Approach to Empathy
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Jacqueline M. Galvan, MD
Michael Hofkamp, MD
Edina Kim, MD, MSc
Tina Tran, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Explain the human factors behind developing empathy.
  • Describe the challenges of medical training that lead to decreased empathy.
  • Design and implement strategies to improve empathy in learners.

A Novel Curriculum for Optimizing Multi-Disciplinary Team Dynamics; A Focus on Effective Communication and Leadership Styles
Sunday, April 22
9:45am - 11:15am

David Adams, MD
Mikhail Chernov, MD
Sujatha Ramachandran, MD
Angela Vick, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Describe potential pitfalls in multi-disciplinary patient care.
  • Compare the impact of different leadership styles on team dynamics.
  • Construct a curriculum to optimize interdisciplinary team-work.

Addressing the Challenge of the Unprofessional Resident
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Priyanka Dwivedi, MA, MEHP Fellow
Deborah Schwengel, MD, MEHP
Tina Tran, MD
Jed Wolpaw, MD, MEd

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Define professionalism characteristics.
  • List some components of an improvement plan for an unprofessionalism scenario.
  • Demonstrate the ability to construct a draft of a plan for a mock resident using the provided tool.
  • Discuss the implementation of the plan and the follow-up once implemented.

An Armed Trainee Commits Suicide in Your Workplace: Active Shooter Protocols, Suicide, Wellness, and Caring for Each Other
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Catherine Drexler, MD
Elizabeth H. Ellinas, MD
Herodotos Ellinas, MD, FAAP/FACP
Amy Henry, MD
Ayse Oge Kula, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Elicit key questions for stakeholders to create active shooter communication protocols.
  • Identify available resources about suicide.
  • Discuss post-incident do's and don'ts.

Beyond Traditional Approaches: Innovative Teaching Strategies to Promote Professionalism in Anesthesiology Trainees
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Titilopemi Aina, MD, MPH, FAAP
Faye Haggar, EdD
K. Karisa Walker, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Identify challenges in teaching professionalism.
  • Learn about innovative strategies and models to promote professionalism in anesthesia trainees.
  • Describe strategies for incorporating the different innovative strategies and models into local curriculum.

Building Well-Being: Construction of a Wellness Program
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Tanya Lucas, MD
Jennifer Rodgers, MD
Jennifer V. Smith, MD
Karin Zuegge, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Describe the importance of the mindful practice of medicine and have resources to help educate others on the mindful practice of medicine.
  • Discuss resiliency and exercises that can be performed to enhance resiliency.
  • Describe the importance of social relatedness in the well-being of residents and have knowledge of strategies to help encourage social support.
  • Demonstrate familiarity with surveys to assess burnout and depression.
  • Demonstrate knowledge about the topics and resources included in a Wellness Program.

Building Your Best Culture
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Michael Lewis, MD
Gary Loyd, MD
Donald Penning, MD
Nicholas S. Yeldo, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Better understand the concept and key components of organizational culture.
  • Gain self-awareness into own departmental culture and impact of such culture on the work environment and on the individual.
  • Recognize the attributes of positive culture vs. negative culture and impact of both.
  • Apply learned syntax to simulated experience.
  • Describe specific future plans for improvement in own department culture.

Bullying and Aggressive Behavior at the Workplace
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Melinda Aquino, MD
Sergey V. Pisklakov, MD
Shamantha Reddy, MD
Tracey Straker, MD, MS, MPH, FASA

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Recognize disruptive behavior and aggressive behavior in the perioperative setting.
  • Describe how disruptive, aggressive behavior affects patient safety and the interaction between members of the team.
  • Discuss methods of remediation for the disruptive physician.
  • Formulate a protocol for prevention of aggressive behavior and bullying.

Clerkship Directors How Do You Get the Job Done?
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Meera Namjoshi Gonzalez, MD
Amy Robertson, MD, MMHC
Kathy D. Schlecht, DO
Tina Tran, MD
Michael Wiisanen, MD
Karin Zuegge, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Compare their job description to other departments (if they have one).
  • Develop a formalized job description that defines the duties, responsibilities, time requirements, and administrative support for the position of Clerkship Director.
  • Discuss barriers to implementing the duties of a Clerkship Director and develop strategies to overcome those barriers.
  • Create a network of Clerkship Directors to use as a resource in the future.
  • Write out an individualized job description for the position of Clerkship Director at their institution along with an action plan.

Critical Reading of Original Scientific Research: A How-To for Clinicians
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Ozan Akca, MD
Mary Tyler Burkhart, MD
Sarah Beth Hartlage, MD, MS
Rana K. Latif, MD, FFA
Detlef Obal, MD, PhD, DESA

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Compare simply reading an original research article with reading it critically.
  • List the structure of an original research paper.
  • Identify where to start reading and how to read each part critically.
  • Develop a plan how to read and dissect the visuals (figures and tables) and compare reader results/conclusion with author results/conclusion.
  • As small groups, undergo an exercise and demonstrate an ability to read research critically.

Depression, Disruptive Behavior, and Impairment: Consequences for Patient Safety and Physician Health
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Rae Brown, MD
J. Thomas McLarney, Jr., MD
Gregory Rose, MD
Cara Sparks, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Discuss the incidence of depression in the general population and in physicians, with an emphasis on physician anesthesiologists.
  • Recognize the symptoms of depression in the work place, and how disruptive behavior can be a manifestation of depression.
  • Identify potential professional difficulties that can be encountered by someone with the diagnosis of depression.
  • Illustrate how depression can have adverse effects on patient care and physician health.
  • Formulate a plan to deal with depression in a colleague.

Educating Successfully in a Global Health Setting - A Bilateral Benefit
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Jo Davies, MB BS, FRCA
Lena Dohlman, MD, MPH
Krzysztof Laudanski, MD, PhD, MA, FCCM
Daniel E. Lee, MD, PhD
Bushra W. Taha, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Describe the benefits of global health education to the recipient as well as the educator.
  • Discuss how to assess learning needs and make a teaching plan in a low resource country.
  • Review basic concepts of teaching methods and techniques which might be useful overseas.
  • Discuss how cultural, language and resource differences can affect teaching abroad.
Fostering the Development of Effective and Empathetic Communication: How to Assess and Provide Feedback with Gap Analysis
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Amy N. DiLorenzo, MRC
Zaki Hassan, MB BS, MBA
Dung D. Nguyen, MD
Annette Rebel, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Describe methods of assessing and developing effective and empathetic communication skills in anesthesiology residents.
  • Demonstrate use of three different OSCE based assessment tools for assessing effective and empathetic communication skills.
  • Discuss methods of debriefing residents after empathy OSCEs as a constructive foundation for individualized learning.

How Can Educational Technologies and Learning Design Help Us Better Train Professional, Humanistic Anesthesiologists?
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Janak Chandrasoma, MD
Juliette Piot, MD
Nirupan Vipulananthan, MD
Rémi Wolf, PhD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Describe the 6 steps of the IDEO process of human-centered design in order to build empathy with the public they want to design education for.
  • Select the appropriate tools for the inspiration phase depending on the targeted public and global objective.
  • Organize ideas with relevant tools, identify opportunities for design and test solutions in the ideation phase.
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of methods to implement and refine selected solutions.

How Does Your Clinical Curriculum and Evaluation Compare to Other Medical Schools?
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Sally Ann Mitchell, EdD, MMSc
Amy Robertson, MD, MMHC
Kathy D. Schlecht, DO
Michael Wiisanen, MD
Karin Zuegge, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Compare their evaluation system to other departments.
  • Create clinical educational objectives that appropriately define and focus a curriculum.
  • Construct an evaluation tool from educational objectives with other participants.
  • Discuss challenges to implementation and techniques used by other departments.
  • Write out a plan of action to improve the evaluation system at their department.

How Does Your Didactic Curriculum Compare to Other Medical Schools?
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Saundra E. Curry, MD
Sally Ann Mitchell, EdD, MMSc
Amy Robertson, MD, MMHC
Kathy D. Schlecht, DO
Michael Wiisanen, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Compare their curriculum to those of other departments.
  • Write educational goals and objectives that appropriately define and focus a curriculum.
  • Create the educational goals and objectives required to satisfy a one-week rotation for medical students in anesthesiology with the other participants.
  • Discuss challenges to implementation and educational strategies used by other departments.
  • Write a plan of action to improve the curriculum for one-week medical student rotation at their department.

Idea to Grant - Toward the Successful Application for Educational Grants
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Nina Deutsch, MD
Cindy M. Ku, MD
Grace Lim, MD, MS
Tetsuro Sakai, MD, PhD, MHA, FASA
Richard Urman, MD, MBA, CPE, FASA

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Become familiar to educational funding options (SEAd and FAER) and their mechanisms.
  • Learn tips of successful grant application from the SEAd grant and the FAER educational grant awardees.
  • Learn how SEAd grant applications are graded.
  • Be able to transform their educational research idea to a SEAd grant application.

Learning Management Systems to Help Faculty Trainees Manage Their Workload and Alleviate Stress
Sunday, April 22
9:45am - 11:15am

Kenneth Moran, MD
Heather Nixon, MD
Shobana Rajan, MD
David Stahl, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Formulate a computer based curriculum for a specific rotation in anesthesia residency (example- neuro, regional) .
  • Integrate interactive problem based learning discussions, online modules, into the computer based online curriculum.
  • Evaluate residents using interactive question banks and quizzes.
  • Generate reports and provide feedback to residents throughout their rotation.
  • Set up course completion guidelines on the platform.

Optimizing the Clinical Anesthesia Year 0 Experience During the Anesthesia Month Rotation
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Greg Kim, MD
Bryan Mahoney, MD
Barbara Orlando, MD
Sujatha Ramachandran, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Identify the gap in your intern year.
  • Learn about successfully strategies and models utilized at a variety of institutions for optimizing the utility of the categorical CA-0 year.
  • Describe a strategy for integrating ideas from peers and workshop facilitators for optimizing the utility of their department's categorical CA-0 year.

OSCE Development: Lights, Camera, Action!
Sunday, April 22
9:45am - 11:00am

Michelle Curtis, MD
Ken Johnson, MD
Elizabeth Thackeray, MD, MPH

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Perform a needs assessment prior to designing an OSCE.
  • Formulate objectives for resident OSCEs.
  • Design & implement resident OSCEs that meet local needs.
  • Create evaluation tools to evaluate learners.

Professionalism and Ethics for Anesthesiologists: It's Time for Patient Centered Approach in the Era of Technology
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Cornelia Atherton, MD
Mary Tyler Burkhart, MD
Rana K. Latif, MD, FFA
Aurel Neamtu, MD, PhD
Detlef Obal, MD, PhD, DESA

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Review the concepts of professionalism and medical ethics.
  • Understand the medical ethics principles and their importance in clinical practice.
  • Identify ethical problems in their anesthesiology group in the daily interaction with patients, families and other healthcare providers.
  • Help develop and implement means of solving complex professionalism and ethics problems in their institution.
  • Demonstrate the ability to practically apply medical ethics principles in clinical situations.

Secrets of Successful Teaching: Being in the Know
Friday, April 20
9:30am - 11:00am

Stephen Breneman, MD, PhD
Melissa Davidson, MD
Bridget M. Marroquin, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Identify the three fundamental areas of "knowing".
  • Through role-play and use of a building block puzzle game, participants will demonstrate "being in the know": knowing thy learner, knowing thy impact, and knowing what success is.
  • Using group report-out and debrief, formulate strategies for implementation of these three fundamental areas of "knowing" into successful educational encounters.

Simple Neck Exercises, Breathing and Meditation Techniques to Mitigate Stress for the Anesthesia Providers. Demonstration, Active Learning and Discussion on Evidence Based Long Term Individualized Institutional Integration of These Wellness Techniques
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

John D. Mitchell, MD
Balachundhar Subramaniam, MD, MPH
Sugantha Sundar, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Demonstrate wellness is of primary importance to function for a clinician.
  • Describe the personal change which can be measured objectively over short term and long-term.
  • Distinguish meditation as a practice to reduce stress and burnout among clinicians.
  • Discuss ways to develop a meditation group within your department to foster wellness.

Suffering in Silence: Physician Burnout. Time for a New Approach.
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Alex Cravanas, MD
Sarah Beth Hartlage, MD, MS
Rana K. Latif, MD, FFA
Brittany D. Maggard, MD
Stephanie Weede, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Compare burnout vs. depression.
  • Recognize that many physicians may suffer from both diseases simultaneously.
  • List factors that serve as "prime correlates" for the development of burnout.
  • Identify those at risk of burnout even before symptoms appear.
  • Develop and implement targeted interventions for individuals and organizations.

Teaching Interdisciplinary Communication Through Collaborative Meetings
Sunday, April 22
9:45am - 11:15am

Matt Cerasale, MD
Thomas Graul, DO
Gary Loyd, MD
Leslie Walton, DO

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Identify at least three common basic rules for effective collaborative communication.
  • Identify at least two threats to effective collaborative communication.
  • Recognize when medical professionals are using different terms for the same thing or have different meanings for the same terms.
  • Use the visual aids to facilitate collaborative communication.
  • Demonstrate at least an advanced beginner skill at rectifying disconnect between terms and meaning.

The "OSCE Exam" is Here! Are Your Trainees Ready?
Sunday, April 22
9:45am - 11:00am

William H. Alarcon, MD
Adrian Hendrickse, BM, FRCA, MAcadMEd, PGDipMEd
Rachel Kacmar, MD
Cindy M. Ku, MD
Tracey Straker, MD, MS, MPH, FASA

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Describe general OSCE scenario design principles.
  • Explain basic educational theories and scenario considerations behind OSCEs.
  • Demonstrate effective scoring of OSCEs.
  • Distinguish characteristics of local resources that will make a successful OSCE program.

Train the Trainer: Cultivating Humanistic Professional Practices in Anesthesiology
Saturday, April 21
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Adria Boucharel, MD
Adrian Hendrickse, BM, FRCA, MAcadMEd, PGDipMEd
Gee Mei Tan, MB BS, MMed (Anesthesia)

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Describe accepted definitions of humanism and professionalism in medicine.
  • Identify the barriers and challenges associated with the explicit teaching of this material.
  • Analyze the relevance of this material to the specialty of anesthesiology.
  • Discuss how reflective practices such as clarification of values can be used to nurture humanistic and professional behaviors.
  • Modify and employ this workshop model to teach the topics of humanism and professionalism in anesthesiology.

Wellness: A Work in Progress!
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Adaora Chima, MD
Christopher R. Cowart, MD
Matthew F. Hirschfeld, MD
Chelsea Knighten, MD
Bryan Mahoney, MD
Barbara Orlando, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Identify residents displaying signs of burnout/fatigue by implementing reliable and reproducible measurements for burnout such as Maschlach Burnout Inventory or Physician Wellbeing Inventory.
  • Learn about Wellness strategies implemented in other institutions and known to improve burnout and reduce stress.
  • Describe a strategy to apply those strategies in your own institution and use the local resources made available by the GME office as part of the new ACGME recommendations.

When Bad Things Happen to Good People: Building Resilience After Medical Errors and Poor Clinical Outcomes
Friday, April 20
2:30pm - 4:00pm

Joyce Chang, MD
Jina Sinskey, MD
Kristina Sullivan, MD

Upon completion of this activity, learners will:

  • Recognize the short and long term emotional impact on healthcare providers after a medical error and/or poor clinical outcome.
  • Identify proper and improper coping strategies after such adverse events.
  • Acquire new methods to cope and build resilience after an adverse event.
  • Review tools to teach trainees and students to cope and build resilience after an adverse event.




CME Credit

Accreditation and Designation Statements

This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of American Society of Anesthesiologists and the Society for Education in Anesthesia. The American Society of Anesthesiologists is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The American Society of Anesthesiologists designates this live activity for a maximum of 12.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Disclaimer

The information provided at this activity is for continuing medical education purposes only and is not meant to substitute for the independent medical judgment of a healthcare provider relative to diagnostic and treatment options of a specific patient's medical condition.


Disclosure Policy

The American Society of Anesthesiologists remains strongly committed to providing the best available evidence-based clinical information to participants of this educational activity and requires an open disclosure of any potential conflict of interest identified by our faculty members. It is not the intent of the American Society of Anesthesiologists to eliminate all situations of potential conflict of interest, but rather to enable those who are working with the American Society of Anesthesiologists to recognize situations that may be subject to question by others. All disclosed conflicts of interest are reviewed by the educational activity course director/chair to ensure that such situations are properly evaluated and, if necessary, resolved. The American Society of Anesthesiologists educational standards pertaining to conflict of interest are intended to maintain the professional autonomy of the clinical experts inherent in promoting a balanced presentation of science. Through our review process, all American Society of Anesthesiologists activities are ensured of independent, objective, scientifically balanced presentations of information. Disclosure of any or no relationships will be made available for all educational activities.



Hotel

Hyatt Regency Louisville

311 South 4th Street • Louisville, Kentucky 40202

Reservations start at $185/night and can be made online by clicking the button below.

We recommend you make your accommodations as soon as possible to ensure a room at the Hyatt Regency Louisville. Any unsold rooms after March 29, 2018 will be released to the general public.



The SEA is proud to be a member-driven organization, dedicated to the teaching and development of future anesthesiologists, and to the advancement of those who educate them.

Contact Info:

Society for Education in Anesthesia
6737 W. Washington St, Suite 4210 • Milwaukee, WI 53214 • (414) 389-8614