Expanded, collaborative program and new location make SEN Summit a must-attend event in 2020
Examine how simulation can be used to enhance and improve communication and performance in the operative environment during a new team-focused session held by the American College of Surgeons and ASA on Friday, March 13 from 8 a.m. – Noon at the Swissotel Chicago, conveniently located a block away from the Fairmont. A special Keynote Address will be delivered by Julie A. Freischlag, M.D., FACS, FRCS, ED (Hon), DFSVS, chief executive officer of Wake Forest Baptist Health and dean of Wake Forest School of Medicine, titled "Trust Between Teams in the Operating Room to Ensure the Best Outcome for our Patients and Ourselves." The session will feature a Reactor Panel with David L. Feldman, M.D., M.B.A., CPE, FAAPL, FACS, chief medical officer, and Darrell B. Ranum, J.D., CPHRM, vice president of patient safety and risk management, both from the nation's largest physician-owned medical malpractice insurer, The Doctors Company. The panel will be followed by interactive breakout exercises to engage all participants. This collaborative session, new for 2020, is not to be missed!
Implementable action plans for your program
SEN Summit is an interactive forum for all individuals involved in simulation training of anesthesiologists, including directors of endorsed programs, those in the application process and other anesthesiology simulation experts. The program allows active participants to:
- Identify best practices for MOCA® courses and set future goals for the SEN
- Share experiences about OSCE preparation for residents
- Acquire reports on pertinent topics by the ASA, ABA and SEN leadership
- Gain new knowledge during topical presentations and networking opportunities