CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Monday, April 16, 2018

 

0715 – 0745    Continental Breakfast

0745 – 0800    Welcome and Course Introduction

0800 – 0845    Pediatric ARDS:  A Look Back and Ahead

                      Ira Cheifetz, MD

0845 – 0930    International Practice Patterns and Outcomes in Pediatric ARDS

                      Robinder Khemani, MD

0930 – 0945    Open Discussion with Drs. Cheifetz and Khemani

0945 – 1015    Break

1015 – 1100    The Mechanically Ventilated Child:  Awake or Sedate? 

                      Chani Traube, MD

1100 – 1145    Venovenous ECMO:  Early Intervention or Rescue Maneuver? 

                      Caroline Ozment, MD

1145 – 1200    Open Discussion with Drs. Traube and Ozment

1200 – 1330    Lunch Break

1330 – 1415    Patient-Ventilator Synchrony:  A Neonatal Perspective

                      Sherry Courtney, MD

1415 – 1500    Airway Graphic Analysis:  A Bedside Tool

                      Ira Cheifetz, MD 

1500 – 1510    Open Discussion with Drs. Courtney and Cheifetz

1510 – 1530    Break

1530 – 1615    Lung Protective Ventilation: Where Are We and Where are We Going? 

                      Neil MacIntyre, MD

1615 – 1700    Keynote Lecture: 

                      Does High Frequency Ventilation Have a Role in 2018?

                      Martin Kneyber, MD

1700 – 1715    Open Discussion with Drs. MacIntyre and Kneyber

 


Tuesday, April 17, 2018

 

0715 – 0745    Continental Breakfast

0745 – 0830    Respiratory Monitoring:  Beyond the Basics

                      Robinder Khemani, MD

0830 – 0915    High Flow Nasal Cannula: Useful Tool or Passing Fad?

                      Michael Gentile, RRT

0915 – 1000    Cardiorespiratory Interactions:

                      Ventilating the Infant with Congenital Heart Disease

                      Christoph Hornik, MD

1000 – 1015    Open Discussion with Dr. Khemani, Mr. Gentile, and Dr. Hornik

1015 – 1045    Break

1045 – 1130    The ‘New’ BPD

                      Sherry Courtney, MD

1130 – 1215    Pediatric Delirium:  Diagnosis and Management

                      Chani Traube, MD

1215 – 1230    Open Discussion with Drs. Courtney and Traube

1230 – 1400    Lunch Break

1400 – 1700    Interactive Workshops*

1400 – 1430    Rotation #1

                       Interactive Case Discussion

                       Chani Traube, MD and Ira Cheifetz, MD

 

1435 – 1505    Rotation #2

                      High Frequency Ventilation

                      Martin Kneyber, MD and Sherry Courtney, MD

 

1510 – 1540    Rotation #3

                      Noninvasive Ventilation

                      Michael Gentile, RRT and Lee Williford, RRT

 

1545 – 1615    Rotation #4

                      Management of the Difficult Airway—An Intensivist Perspective 

                      Kyle Rehder, MD and Christoph Hornik, MD

 

1620 – 1650    Rotation #5

                      Open Discussion with the Experts

                      Robinder Khemani, MD and Brian Walsh, RRT

 

            *Specific topics subject to change.   

 


Wednesday, April 18, 2018

 

0715 – 0745    Continental Breakfast

0745 – 0845    Should Intubated and Mechanically Ventilated Children Ambulate?

                        Pro:  Brian Walsh, PhD RRT

                        Con:  Martin Kneyber, MD

0845– 0915     Aerosol Delivery and Secretion Clearance: Good Stuff In, Bad Stuff Out

                      Lee Williford, RRT

0915– 1000     Big Data in Respiratory Care

                      Brian Walsh, PhD RRT

1000 – 1015    Open Discussion with Dr. Kneyber, Dr. Walsh, and Mr. Williford

1015 – 1045    Break

1045 – 1115    Optimizing Enteral Nutrition in Mechanically Ventilated Infants

                      Jeannie Koo, CPNP-AC

1115 – 1200    NEAR-4-KIDS: An International Intubation Registry – 

                      What Have We Learned? 

                      Kyle Rehder, MD

1200 – 1215    Open Discussion with Ms. Koo and Dr. Rehder

1215 – 1230    Concluding Thoughts

                      Ira Cheifetz, MD

 

 

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