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#TheResusTEEworkshop x Philadelphia Saturday AUGUST 11th 2018

Workshop on Resuscitative Transesophageal Echocardiography

 

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THE RESUSCITATIVE TEE WORKSHOP 

 

august 11th 2018 - Jordan Center for Medical Education, Philadelphia

 

The first practical course dedicated to the practice of resuscitative TEE

DESPITE GROWING INTEREST AMONG EMERGENCY PHYSICIANS AND INTENSIVISTS, AN IMPORTANT BARRIER TO ADOPTION IS ACCESS TO TRAINING THAT IS TAILORED TO THE PRACTICE OF RESUSCITATIVE TEE.

The team of clinicians behind The Resuscitative TEE Project, a multidisciplinary group of Faculty who have pioneered the development of this application and accumulated vast teaching experience, have developed the first state-of-the-art practical course on resuscitative TEE.

Through this workshop, we hope to provide emergency physicians and intensivists, with a unique opportunity to gain basic training in this emerging modality.

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION & DETAILS

 
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8-hour "Deep-dive"

 

PRINCIPLES OF TEE OPERATION

3D CARDIAC ANATOMY

FOCUSED TEE PROTOCOL

1:1 GUIDED HANDS-ON PRACTICE

TIPS ON IMPLEMENTING A TEE PROGRAM

OPTIONAL ASSESSMENT (PROCTORED SCANS LOGBOOK) 

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THE  FORMAT

The course will consist of asynchronous learning (pre workshop) and one live didactic session (the workshop). Selected material for self-study will be provided in advance to the workshop. During the one-day "DEEP DIVE" workshop, participants will receive didactics AND hands-on training on high-fidelity simulators.

 
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OPTIONAL COMPETENCY ASSESSMENT

An optional, hands-on examination to allow participants demonstrate skill acquisition and competency in focused TEE examination will be available AT THE END OF THE WORKSHOP. THIS IS A 1:1 evaluation by one of the faculty and will test the both motor and cognitive competency participants.

This optional assessment can be particularly useful for physicians leading the development of TEE programs at their institutions, as they would be able to obtain the minimum of 10 proctored examinations recommended by ACEP. Participants who choose to take the assessment, will be provided a competency checklist with log of the examinations successfully performed.

SPECIFIC GOALS: through the review of pre-workshop resources and the didactics held during the one-day workshop, we aim to provide participants with the following skills:

MOTOR SKILLS:

  • Probe insertion
  • Image acquisition

COGNITIVE SKILLS

  • Understand principles of TEE operation: Transducer controls and understanding of different planes of movement necessary to generate images: anteflexion, retroflexion, rotation.
  • Relevant cardiac anatomy
  • Rationale and evidence for a focused TEE protocol
  • Indications / applications for each view
    • Middle esophageal four chamber (ME 4C)
    • Transgastric mid short axis (TG Mid SAX)
    • Middle esophageal long axis (ME LAX)
    • Middle esophageal bicaval (ME Bicaval) 
  • Image interpretation:
    • Identification of normal anatomy in all four basic views
    • Correlation with anatomy in TTE views
    • Identification of basic pathological conditions

At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to: acquire the focused TEE views and correctly identify cardiac anatomy and identify basic pathological conditions.

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS:

A set of pre-workshop web-based and interactive materials will be made available for self-study of participants prior to their attendance to the workshop.  Brief (15-20 min) case-based lectures will be presented during the workshop.

COURSE VENUE

The workshop will be held in the state-of-the-art interactive learning facilities at the Jordan Center for Medical Education, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

 

SIMULATION EQUIPMENT

Teaching TEE hundreds of hours, we learnt that a key aspect for a highly efficient training experience, is to spend several hours of structured, guided practice on the high-fidelity simulator. We have partnered with HeartWorks to ensure participants are not just getting "a taste" of TEE, but actually becoming proficient at it. 

 

not just a "taste" of TEE...

multiple High fidelity TEE simulator systems will be provided by HeartWorks. 

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Exhibitors

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FACULTY

A group of multidisciplinary faculty from Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology, Cardiology and Critical Care, who have significant clinical practice and teaching experience with this application.

 

Felipe Teran, MD - COURSE DIRECTOR EMERGENCY MEDICINE

Instructor of Emergency Medicine

Division of Emergency Ultrasound and Center for Resuscitation Science

Department of Emergency Medicine

Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

 

Ross Kessler, MD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Division of Clinical Ultrasound

University of Michigan

 

Marc Stone, MD          

Professor of Anesthesiology

Director, Fellowship in Cardiac Anesthesiology

Department of Anesthesiology

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

 

Cameron Baston, MD

Pulmonary Critical Care Medicine and Emergency Ultrasound

Departments of Critical Care and Emergency Medicine

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

 

kenton anderson, MD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

Division of emergency Ultrasound

Department of  Emergency Medicine

stanford university  

 

 

James Horowitz, MD - COURSE DIRECTOR CARDIAC CRITICAL CARE

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine

Director, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit

Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

NYU Langone Health

 

Frances Mae West, MD, MS, FACP

Assistant Professor of Medicine

Associate Fellowship Director

Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

 

Eugene Yuriditzky MD

Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine

Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit

Leon H. Charney Division of Cardiology

NYU Langone Health

 

Phillip Andrus, MD, FACEP

Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Division of Emergency Ultrasound

Department of Emergency Medicine

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

 

Anthony J. Dean, MD, FACEP

Professor of Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medicine in Radiology

Director Division of Emergency Ultrasound

Department of Emergency Medicine

Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania


PROGRAM

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We are happy to announce that HeartWorks will be providing special student licenses for the tEE e-learn interactive platform for all our attendees. This will allow you to learn the basics at your own speed in order to maximize your hands-on experience at the workshop.

You will get details regarding this license following registration

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General Registration

$795

*plus online purchase processing fee