ESAIC Academy

A full month with online events on 'Obstetric Safety'
  • Obstetric analgesia, safety considerations (November 8)
  • Obstetric anaesthesia for the uncomplicated Caesarean section, safety considerations (November 15)
  • European minimum standards for obstetric analgesia and anaesthesia departments An experts´ consensus (November 22)
  • Safe and efficacious obstetric anesthesia and analgesia why, what and how (November 29)

This November the ESAIC is launching a new educational initiative named Theme of the Month, a learning pathaway on a specific theme

The first Theme of the Month 2022, organised by the eLearning and Patient Safety Committees of ESAIC, will focus on 'Obstetric Safety' and consists in LIVE events scheduled on four consecutive Tuesdays at 18.00-19.00 CET.

After participating in this Webinar series, learners will become more knowledgeable with respect to:

Non-technical skills and strategies to avoid incidents and accidents in OB anaesthesia;
Leadership in safety: how to manage the OB team when a safety issue occurs;
Multidisciplinary team management during an obstetric crisis.

Each Webinar of the 'Theme of the Month 2022' have been granted 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®).

JOIN LIVE AND LEARN
  • About different ways of achieving lung protection in the intraoperative period
  • To identify the role of protective mechanical ventilation in reducing postoperative pulmonary complications
  • To understand the rationale of the most relevant protective ventilation strategies

The ESAIC has a long history in supporting research and coordinating multicenter clinical studies, RCTs, and meta-analyses on ventilation strategies (i.e. PROtective VEntilation Network - PROVENet). Despite years of research and after many publications in this field, the choice for the best ventilation strategy for each individual patient remains a point of debate.
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Host:
Prof. Paolo Pelosi (IT)

Speakers:
Dr. Sabrine Hemmes (NL)
Prof. Christopher Young (USA)

This Webinar has been granted 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®).

THIS ELEARNING MODULE IS BASED ON THE WEBINAR HELD ON 25 OCTOBER, 2022
  • Watch the Webinar Replay
  • Take the test
  • Download your certificate and earn 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®)

Up to half of the geriatric patients undergoing major surgery may suffer from postoperative delirium, which may result in short-, intermediate-, and long-term cognitive impairments, reduced quality of life, and even death. By attending this webinar, participants will learn why continuous quality improvement is essential in the elderly population.

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Host
Prof. Concezione Tommasino (IT)

 

Speakers
Dr Paul McConnell (UK)
Dr Başak Ceyda Meco (TR)
Dr Finn Radtke (DK)

This activity is designated for 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®)

THIS ELEARNING MODULE IS BASED ON THE WEBINAR HELD ON 27 SEPTEMBER, 2022
  • Watch the Webinar Replay
  • Take the test
  • Download your certificate and earn 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®)

This webinar has been specifically designed to inform healthcare practitioners and health educators about CRBSI prevention bundles (insertion & maintenance) and addressing clinical challenges with catheter maintenance (extraluminal and intraluminal contamination).

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Host
Prof. Caterina Aurilio (IT)

 

Speakers

Prof. Maria Deja (DE)
Dr Vincenzo Pota (IT)

This activity is designated for 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®)

This eLearning module is based on the webinar held on 21 June, 2022
  • Watch the Webinar Replay
  • Take the test
  • Download your certificate and earn 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®)

As hospitals resume elective surgeries after covid-19, a reduction in surgical patients post-discharge use of acute hospital care is needed. As a result, automated remote monitoring has gained popularity. Preliminary evidence suggests that virtual care and remote, automated monitoring will decrease acute hospital care in adults discharged after surgery. 

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Host
Dr Joana Berger-Estilita (CH)

 

Speakers
Dr Andrew Barlow (UK)
Dr Valentina Bellini (IT)
Prof. Elena Bignami (IT)     
Prof. Wolfgang Buhre (NL)

This activity is designated for 1 European CME credit (ECMEC®) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®)

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  • how basic pharmacology concepts help to improve the control over the time course of anesthetic effects during induction, maintenance and recovery of anesthesia
  • how to apply the bedside predicted plasma and effect-site concentrations as a diagnostic tool to optimize titration of drugs
  • how in the small and large patient there’s more to drug dosing than simply using a mg/kg dosing basis
  • how advanced models can help reduce mental complexity in the extremes of these populations in clinical practice

Pharmacokinetic (P.K.)/pharmacodynamic (P.D.) modelling has contributed to improving the safe and efficient use of sedative-hypnotic agents.
However, PK/PD modelling is complex, and both its value and limitation must be understood to properly and safely administer anaesthetic drugs. This webinar discusses how to utilize PK/PD modelling and looks at newer sedatives-hypnotics on the market.
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Host
Prof. Michel Struys (NL)

 

Speakers
Prof. Hugo Vereecke (BE)
Dr Laura Hannivoort (NL)
Dr Ann Rigby-Jones (UK)

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