OSA 2024 Conference Details

Conference Location

OHSU Robertson Life Sciences Building

Room 3A001/3A002

Haugen Lecture

Joshua Tobin, MD, MSc

Joshua Tobin, MD, MSc

Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology & Critical Care, University of Texas Health San Antonio

  • Describe trauma/critical care anesthesia.
  • Identify current resuscitation challenges amenable to engineering solutions (e.g.; monitoring, resuscitation endpoints).
  • Describe potential areas for investigation in the molecular biology of trauma and critical illness.

Lectures

Michael Wollenberg, MD

Michael Wollenberg, MD

Associate Professor, Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine; Quality Medical Director, OHSU Cardiovascular ICU Director, Perioperative Ultrasound Education; Assistant Director, OHSU POCUS Faculty Development Program, OHSU

  • Become familiar with the RUSH Exam Protocol.
  • Review the imaging windows utilized for the RUSH exam.
  • Review the techniques required for performing the RUSH exam.
  • Recognize significant RUSH exam findings.
  • Review the evidence in support of the RUSH exam.
  • Discuss some shortcomings of the RUSH exam.
  • Michael Benson, MD

    Michael Benson, MD

    Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine; Associate Program Director; Rotation Director, POCUS and OB Anesthesia, OHSU

    • Define NPO guidelines for the perioperative period.
    • Identify appropriate anatomy relevant to gastric ultrasound.
    • Describe appropriate technique to obtain ultrasound images for gastric ultrasound.
    • Identify ultrasound anatomy relevant to gastric ultrasound.
    • Differentiate the appearance of NPO, liquid, and solid contents in the stomach using gastric ultrasound.
    • Understand the applications and limitations of gastric ultrasound in the perioperative period.

    Hands-on POCUS Training

    Michael Wollenberg, MD

    Michael Wollenberg, MD

    Associate Professor, Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine; Quality Medical Director, OHSU Cardiovascular ICU Director, Perioperative Ultrasound Education; Assistant Director, OHSU POCUS Faculty Development Program, OHSU

    Course Objectives:

    • Become familiar with the RUSH Exam Protocol.
    • Practice the imaging windows utilized for the RUSH exam.
    • Practice the techniques required for performing the RUSH exam.
    • Recognize significant RUSH exam findings.

    Panel Discussion

    Laszlo Kiraly, MD

    Laszlo Kiraly, MD

    Professor of Surgery, Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Director, Division of Trauma, Critical Care, & Acute Care Surgery, OHSU

    Course Objectives:

    • Understand the differences between rural and urban trauma care.
    • Recognize the optimal preparation and management complex trauma vascular injury.
    • Describe the healthcare disparity between rural and urban hospitals.
    Seth Gunderson, DO

    Seth Gunderson, DO

    Northwest Anesthesiology Physicians

     

    John Wilkinson, MD

    John Wilkinson, MD

    Bend Anesthesiology Group

    Grant Meeker, MD

    Grant Meeker, MD

    Bay Area Hospital Coos Bay

     

    Parking Info

    FREE PARKING - SCHNITZER LOT

    FREE PARKING - SCHNITZER LOT

    2600 S Moody Avenue

    The entrance is ungated and the exit gate will open automatically when approached by a vehicle. SW Waterfront Map

    300 total parking spots available

    Earning CME

    STEP #1: Complete Online Course Evaluation

    DEADLINE: APRIL 28, 2024
    After the meeting, go to link to complete the Online Course Evaluation no more than one week after the conference. 

    STEP #2: Complete CME Certificate

    DEADLINE: MAY 5, 2024
    The OSA office will send you (via email) a certificate to complete and return to staff@osaonline.org by May 5, 2024. Please keep a copy on file for your records.

    Mailing Address:
    Oregon Society of Anesthesiologists
    417 2nd Street, Ste 101
    Lake Oswego, OR 97034

    Accreditation & Disclosure Statements

    This live activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Colorado State Medical Society through the joint providership of Gritman Medical Center and OSA. Gritman Medical Center is accredited by the Colorado State Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians. This educational activity is designated for a maximum of 6 hours of AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM.

    All faculty, planning committee and staff have reported no relationships with ineligible companies.

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