If you want to upgrade your knowledge and impact your practice, then mark your calendar to attend the only multi-disciplinary conference dedicated to perioperative medicine in Canada, May 11-13, 2018 in Toronto.
Who should attend?
Anesthesiologists, internal medicine specialists, surgeons, hospitalists and allied health care providers who want to promote the exchange of ideas and information on perioperative care between specialties.
The Perioperative Care Congress will provide physicians and surgeons with leading edge clinical practices to improve perioperative short, intermediate, and long-term outcomes and an opportunity for trainees and mid and junior faculty to present research findings.
Research competition, lively debates, short interactive sessions, multi-disciplinary discussion, time for Q&A in every session
NEW - Perioperative Research Network Meeting
Residents, fellows, junior and mid-career faculty and allied health professionals who are planning perioperative studies will be individually assigned to a group of seasoned researchers who will address questions and provide feedback on their study design.
Perioperative Specific POCUS Pre-conference Course – Friday, May 11, $700
Target audience: staff physicians, residents or medical students who wish to use point of care ultrasound at the bedside to help refine a list of differential diagnoses and direct management. Course material specifically tailored to clinicians working in perioperative setting, including cardiac, pulmonary and IVC assessment.
Cardiology, Critical Care and Echocardiography
Assistant Professor of Medicine, McMaster University
Diagnostic Radiology, Critical Care and Internal Medicine
Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital
Register to attend PCC before March 19 to save on registration fees!
www.periopcongress.org for the full program, to submit an abstract, and register.