Principles of Pediatric Anesthesia and Critical Care

2nd Virtual Conference
May 6-8, 2022


Course Highlights

  • Updates on the latest innovations in pediatric anesthesia from experts in the field
  • Emerging challenges around the globe, the pearls of neonatal anesthesia and cardiac conundrums
  • Presentation of cutting-edge research, including basic science, clinical trial and innovative therapies
  • Poster Presentations
  • Workshops - Pediatric Patient Blood Management, Ultrasound-Guided Vascular Access, Acupuncture
  • Keynote Speaker discussion with Dr. Michelle Morse: A Just Future for Medicine and Public Health in the COVID Era

Course Description

Pediatric anesthesia and critical care continue to present challenges to anesthesiologists, critical care physicians, nurse anesthetists and nurses. Improved survival of children with congenital anomalies has resulted in an ever increasing population of pediatric patients with complex surgical and medical needs. This course provides a comprehensive, up-to-date and current research review of the most important changes and advances relevant to the practice of pediatric anesthesia and critical care. The program includes a variety of evidence-based lectures with question and answer sessions, interactive breakout panels, and workshops on pediatric patient blood management, ultrasound-guided vascular access, and acupuncture. Our mission is to provide information, strategies, and skills for improving care and outcomes for pediatric patients in the operating room, non-operating room locations, and the intensive care unit.

Sessions designed and presented by Harvard Medical School and guest faculty, leaders in their respective fields of pediatric anesthesiology and critical care medicine.

All live stream sessions are eligible for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ and other relevant credits. All course presentations and materials will be available online to course registrants for 60 days following the course to watch and review at their convenience. Special pricing is in effect for this program.