Anesthesiology for Professionals

Anesthesiology Academic Programs

7 AM Conference Meetings in Anesthesiology

Accredited Programs

CME Grand Rounds Program

Weekly Grand Rounds are offered most Thursday mornings at 7:00am in the Richard L. Menschel Education Center. Faculty for the program consists of internationally renowned speakers and Department staff. A monthly program announcement is circulated throughout Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Rockefeller University, as well as Hospital for Special Surgery.

Journal Club

Three to four Mondays a month, at 7:00am, in the Richard L. Menschel Education Center, the Department of Anesthesiology holds a Journal Club with presentations from attending staff, fellows and rotating residents. The Journal Club reviews and discusses recent pertinent literature and its applications to the department's practice.

Research Update

A conference focused on department research is presented every other month. This conference may include presentation of planned protocols, strategizing on effective study design, status reports on current protocols, and summarization of completed studies.

M&M Conference

The Department presents a conference every other month on complications and their management in an interactive discussion format.

Non-Accredited Programs

Friday Teaching Conference

Every Friday, the Department offers a teaching conference for our Fellows and rotating Residents. These conferences which may include case discussions, lectures on core topics in regional anesthesia, and exam preparation meetings are moderated by members of the Attending and Fellowship Staff and convene at 7:15am.

Core Curriculum Lecture Series

This series of lectures, focused on regional anesthesia and acute pain medicine topics, and presented by several members of our Attending Staff, is given to  the Fellows in the first quarter of the Fellowship Year.

Fellows Monthly Lecture Series

High level presentations for Fellows only, on topics such as risk management, anesthesia practice message, starting a regional anesthesia practice, management of the chronic pain population, and bio-ethical consultations.

 

Insight From Our Fellows:

Lee Rasamany, MD, 2015-2016 Fellow

Improving Uganda’s Surgical Outcomes through Regional Anesthesiology Education
by Lee Rasamny, MD, 2015-2016 Fellow

Jennifer Charles, MD, 2015-2016 Fellow

An Inside Look at Anesthesia Care in a Developing Nation
by Jennifer Charles, MD, 2015-2016 Fellow

From Research:

  1. YaDeau, JT; Liguori, GA. Loaded Dice? Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine. Issue: Volume 42(2), March/April 2017, p 275
  2. AB Zininberg EV, Jules-Elysee KM, Parks ML. Mycobacterium avium complex septic arthritis presenting as osteonecrosis of the femoral head in a patient with systemic lupus erythematosus. Orthopedics. 2017;5:1–4. doi:10.3928/01477447-20161229-04.
  3. Gungor S, Rana B, Fields K, Bae J, Mount L, Buschiazzo V, Storm H. Changes in the Skin Conductance Monitor as an End Point for Sympathetic Nerve Blocks. Pain Medicine. 2017 Feb 1.doi: 10.1093/pm/pnw318.

More Publications

Contact Education:

Mary J. Hargett
Administrative Director, Education

212.606.1793
hargettm@hss.edu