In-person attendees have the option of tailoring their meeting experience to their personal needs through additional workshops. These workshops are available to physicians only and require additional fees. Workshops typically fill very quickly, so do not delay registering for those you wish to attend.
Choose from 3 types of workshops: interactive demonstration, hands-on, and mini.
- Interactive demonstration workshops are 90 minutes long and consist of a short introduction followed by demonstrations.
- Hands-on workshops are 90 minutes long and provide the opportunity to practice hands-on scanning using live models or phantoms.
- Mini workshops will focus in on a specific topic with a limit of 4 attendees only.
- Workshop attendees (learners, faculty, and models) will double mask for added safety.
- All typical safety measures will be used (gloving, 6' spacing when not actively learning or demonstrating).
- Individual interaction between model and physician will not exceed 15 minutes cumulative within any day.
- Plexiglass shields (like the one shown) will be used to provide an additional barrier between model and physician. The shields used will have any non-used holes covered.
|8:45 am||WS-01 Interactive Demonstration Workshop |
Ultrasound of the Lumbar and Thoracic Spine
|Assessment of midline using ultrasound, counting levels|
|Evaluation of transverse process, lamina, and interspaces|
|10:30 am||WS-02 Hands-On Workshop|
The Big Five
|Supraclavicular nerve block|
|Femoral nerve block|
|Popliteal nerve block|
|Interscalene nerve block|
|Axillary nerve block|
|1:30 pm||WS-03 Hands-On Workshop|
POCUS Basic Cardiac Exam FATE
|Basic views for FATE and practice multiple case scenarios|
|Examination of different models|
|3:15 pm||WS-04 Interactive Demonstration Workshop|
Pediatric Regional Anesthesia
|Most useful blocks for pediatric anesthesia|
|Tricks and pitfalls for regional in the pediatric patient|
|Indications, patient selection, technique, side effects, and complications|
|8:00 am||WS-05 Interactive Demonstration Workshop|
Blocks for the Knee Joint
|iPack infiltration block of the knee|
|Adductor canal block and its variants|
|Sciatic nerve block approaches for the knee joint|
|8:00 am||MW-01 Mini-Focused Workshop|
|Lungs, stomach, echo|
|10:15 am||WS-06 Interactive Demonstration Workshop|
Introduction to PoCUS in Adults: Lung, Diaphragm, Gastric, and IVC
|Station Rotations (5):|
|1. Airway, 2. Lung, 3. Diaphragm, 4. Gastric, 5. eFAST/IVC|
|10:15 am||MW-02 Mini-Focused Workshop|
Abdominal Wall Truncal Blocks
|Rectus sheath, TAP blocks, Ql blocks|
|1:00 pm||WS-07 Interactive Demonstration Workshop |
Head and Airway Blocks
|Head and airway blocks|
|Airway blocks (SLN, glossophryngeal and transtracheal)|
|1:00 pm||MW-03 Mini-Focused Workshop|
Upper and Lower Extremity Blocks
|Brachial plexus blocks, most common lower extremity blocks|
|2:45 pm||WS-08 Interactive Demonstration Workshop|
Blocks of the Posterior Abdominal Wall
|Low thoracic paravertebral blocks, ESP|
|QL blocks (different variants)|
|2:45 pm||MW-04 Mini-Focused Workshop|
Chest Wall Truncal Blocks
|PEC blocks, SA block, ESP|
|4:30 pm||WS-09 Interactive Demonstration Workshop|
Blocks of the Anterior and Lateral Abdominal Wall
|Abdominal plane blocks (TAP, TFP, QLB), ilio-inguinal blocks|
|Rectus sheath blocks|
|8:00 am||WS-10 Interactive Demonstration Workshop|
Blocks for the Lower Arm and Hand
|Supraclavicular, infraclavicular, axillary|
|Musculocutaneous, branches of the brachial plexus in the arm and forearm|
|Indications, patient selection, side effects, and complications|
|10:15 am||WS-11 High-Fidelity Simulation Workshop|
Thoracic Epidural and PVB
|Thoracic epidurals, thoracic paravertebral|
|Ultrasound-guided thoracic epidural and PVB|
|PVB by proxy (MTP)|
|1:30 pm||WS-12 Interactive Demonstration Workshop|
Blocks Outside the Norm: Cardiac Surgery
|Blocks in the EP lab and cardiac surgery: Learn the when and how!|
|Cardiac surgery: PVB/intercostal/brachial/cervical blocks|
|PVB/intercostals/cervical plexus blocks|
|Stellate ganglion block|
|Treatment of persistent ventricular tachycardia, VT storm, angina pectoris|
|Cervical sympathetic blocks, etc.|
Lower Extremity Blocks
Abdominal Wall Blocks
PoCUS: Airway, Lung, Cardiac
PoCUS: Gastric, FAST
Upper Extremity Blocks
Thoracic Wall Blocks
Dr Jeff Gadsden will discuss and demonstrate indications and limitations of basic chest wall blocks.
You do not need to register for these presentations; access details will be emailed to all spring 2021 attendees (in-person and virtual) after the meeting concludes.