Academic and Research Sessions

The ANESTHESIOLOGY annual meeting offers unparalleled access to a global scientific research community that is united through didactic lectures, 1,100 scientific abstracts and other gatherings that allow for in-depth discussions, explorations and the sharing of knowledge. Attend sessions that cover a variety of topics ranging from larger issues affecting the specialty to the exploration of academic and research discoveries on a granular level.

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While on-site, be sure to visit Research Central―home to Featured Abstracts and the Research Lounge. Discover paper posters that highlight the best science in the specialty in the Featured Abstracts area, then head over to the Research Lounge to network with peers, meet a mentor and grab a refreshment.

 

Saturday, October 19

Format Name Credit
Featured & Plenary Lecture Celebration of Research
Presented by Evan D. Kharasch, M.D., Ph.D.
2 credits
Featured Session

Artificial Intelligence in Perioperative Medicine: Moving from Big Data to Smart Data 
Presented by Maxime Cannesson, M.D., Ph.D., Eran Halperin, Ph.D., Samir Kendale, M.D., FASA

1 credit
Abstracts

Featured Abstracts
Top-Tier Scientific Abstracts Presented in Paper

Credit is available
Oral Presentations Credit is available
Abstract Group Discussions Credit is available
e-Abstracts No Credit available
Journal Activities Best of Clinical Science 1.5 credits
Best of Basic Science 1.5 credits
Refresher Course Lectures The Truth About Metanalyses –Case in Point 1 credit
Gas Exchange and Respiratory Mechanics: Respiratory Physiology in One Hour or Less 1 credit
Panels Anesthetic Mechanisms – What Is Our Current Understanding? 1 credit
Perioperative Brain Health Initiative: An International Quality Initiative 1 credit
The APSF Panel: Practical Approaches to Improving Medication Safety 1 credit
FAER Session Swimming with Sharks: How Anesthesiologist Inventors Can Move Their Ideas Forward 2 credits

Sunday, October 20

Format Name Credit
Featured Sessions

AUA: An Academic Perspective on the Future of Anesthesiology
Presented by Michael Avidan, B.Ch., M.B., FRCA, Sachin Kheterpal, M.D., M.B.A., Julie Freed, M.D., Ph.D.

1 credit

NIH: Perioperative Lung Dysfunction: New Understanding, New Approaches
Presented by Marcos Vidal Melo, M.D.

2 credits
Abstracts Featured Abstracts
Top-Tier Scientific Abstracts Presented in Paper
Credit is available
Oral Presentations Credit is available
Abstract Group Discussions Credit is available
e-Abstracts No credit available
Journal Activity Initial Results of Clinical Trials 2 credits
Refresher Course Lecture Excitation-Contraction Coupling and Mechanisms of Cardiac Arrhythmias 1 credit
Panels Elevator Pitch: Best Articles in Obstetric Anesthesia from the Past Year 1 credit
Neuroinflammation: Hot But Messy 1 credit
Perioperative Brain Health Initiative: Update and Implementation Strategies Panel 2 credits
Outcomes Research in Pediatric Anesthesia Panel Part 1 1 credits
Outcomes Research in Pediatric Anesthesia Panel Part 2 1 credits
Year in Geriatric Anesthesia: Important Publications that you May have Missed 1 credit
FAER Sessions FAER/eSAS Research Day: Team Science and Pathways to Productivity as an Academic Anesthesiologist 1.5 credits
FAER/eSAS Research Day: Medical Student Anesthesia Research Fellowship 1.5 credits
FAER/eSAS Research Day: Resident Anesthesia Research Fellowship 1.5 credits
FAER/eSAS Research Day: The Role of Anesthesiologists in Current Major Healthcare Issues: The Opioid Epidemic .75 credits
FAER/eSAS Research Day: Science Advocacy in Anesthesiology: The Perioperative Brain Health Initiative .5 credits
FAER/eSAS Research Day: Research and Residency 1.5 credits

Monday, October 21

Format Name Credit
Featured & Plenary Lectures

Emery A. Rovenstine Memorial Lecture
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams, M.D., M.P.H. has been invited to speak.
(Simultaneous translation available)

1 credit
FAER Helrich Lecture: Anesthetics, Surgery and Alzheimer's Disease; Hypotheses Come and Go
Presented by Roderic G. Eckenhoff, M.D.
1 credit
Featured Sessions

FDA Update on Anesthetics: New Drug Approvals, IND and Labeling 101
Presented by Martha A. Van Clief, M.D., Renee Petit-Scott, M.D., Alla Bazini, M.D.

1 credit

IARS: Diversity of Talent: Effectively Leading a Multigenerational Workforce in the 21st Century
Presented by Colleen Koch, M.B.A., M.D., M.S., FASA, Michael A. Gropper, M.D., Ph.D., Kevin K. Tremper, M.D., Ph.D., FACA, Aman Mahajan, M.D., Ph.D.

1 credit
Abstracts Oral Presentations Credit available
Abstract Group Discussions Credit available
e-Abstracts No Credit available
Journal Activities Journal Symposium: What's New in the Old
(Simultaneous translation available)
3 credits
High Quality Peer Review: Why and How for Authors and Reviewers   2 credits
Panel Regenerative Medicine: Something for the Anesthesiologist or Just a Fad? 1 credit
FAER Session FAER Panel: Perioperative Considerations in the Cognitively Impaired Patient 2 credits

Tuesday, October 22

Format Name Credit
Featured & Plenary Lecture

John W. Severinghaus Lecture on Translational Science: Personalized PEEP
Presented by Jeanine Wiener-Kronish, M.D.
(Simultaneous translation available)

1 credit
Abstracts Oral Presentations Credit available
Abstract Group Discussions Credit available
e-Abstracts No credit available
Panels Do the Eyes Have It? Clinical Applications of Pupillometry and Optic Nerve Monitoring 1 credit
Hot Topics in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Editor's Picks 2019 – Part 1 1 credit
Hot Topics in Pediatric Anesthesiology: Editor's Picks 2019 – Part 2 1 credit
Do I as an Anesthesiologist Have an Impact on Cancer Outcomes? 1 credit
Inflammation and Immune Modulation: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 1 credit
Findings from the Outcomes Research Consortium 4 credits
Persistent Postoperative Pain: Mechanisms and Modulators 1 credit
The Neuroanesthesia Editors Editorialize – The Best of Perioperative Neuroscience 1 credit
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