CME Grand Rounds Program
Weekly Grand Rounds are offered on Thursday mornings at 7:00am in the Richard L. Menschel Education Center. Faculty presenters include internationally renowned speakers and department staff. Each month, a program announcement is posted online.
This program reviews and discusses recent research literature and its application to departmental practice. On most Mondays, the Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care & Pain Management holds a Journal Club that features presentations from attending staff, fellows and rotating residents.
Every other month, researchers within the Department of Anesthesiology, Critical Care & Pain Management present on a wide variety of research-related topics ranging from planned protocols, crafting an effective study design, status reports on current protocols, and summarization of completed studies.
On alternate months, the M&M Conference focuses on discussing complications and their management.
The department offers teaching conferences for fellows and rotating residents several times each month. These conferences may include case discussions or lectures on core topics in regional anesthesia.
Core Curriculum Lecture Series
This series of lectures focuses on regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine topics and is presented by several members of our attending staff to fellows in the first month of the fellowship year.
Fellows Lecture Series
For RA&APM fellows only, this lecture series consists of high-level presentations on topics such as risk management, anesthesia practice message, starting a regional anesthesia practice, chronic pain management, and bio-ethical consultations.