European Perioperative Intensive Care Curriculum

Format: Virtual
Dates: December 9-10, 2021

Endorsement: The European Perioperative Intensive Care Curriculum is endorsed by the Anaesthesia & Peri-operative Medicine, ESICM

This e-Master Class focuses on hard and soft skills required to set up an efficient patient flow management, manage the high-risk surgical patient optimally before, during and after surgery, identify barriers and propose interventions, handle complications and difficult communication situations.

 

Long lectures are OUT! Active participation is IN! This master class will employ techniques that encourage maximum learning, participation and knowledge retention through very interactive methodologies. Due to the current uncertain context, the master class has been re-formatted into virtual training, making use of agile virtual environments and responsive innovative solutions. Join us for this new adventure!

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Ib JAMMER MD, PhD, DESA, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Haukeland University Hospital, Department of Clinical Medicine, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway; Chair, Perioperative Intensive Care (POIC) Section, ESICM

Bernardo BOLLEN PINTO MD, PhD Department of Anaesthesia, Pharmacology and Intensive Care, Geneva University Hospitals, Switzerland, NEXT Committee, ESICM
 
  • Up-to-date discussion on the hottest clinical topics including perioperative hemodynamic management, myocardial injury and postoperative respiratory complications
  • Sessions focusing on perioperative management that will help you design perioperative pathways for high-risk patients in your own hospital
  • Lots of opportunities to interact and share experiences among participants and with the team of international experts that will be facilitating the master class
  • An application will be made to the UEMS EACCME® for CME accreditation of this event

Objectives

  • To understand the place of ICU in Perioperative Medicine
  • To review major perioperative complications (cardiac, pulmonary, renal and delirium)
  • To learn how to implement efficiently a perioperative pathway for high risk surgical patients (HRSP)
  • To optimise resources for HRSPs
  • To seize the opportunity to learn to use different devices which best fit the needs of your patients
  • To boost your communication skills in difficult situations

Programme Content

  • Perioperative complications
  • Enhanced care services and resources
  • Perioperative patient flow management
  • How to avoid intubation – decision-making and contact with devices
  • Perioperative fluid therapy and other haemodynamic interventions: strengths & limitations, contact with devices
  • Communication and workplace safety in a multi-professional environment
  • Bleeding and coagulation

 

 

  • Junior intensivists
  • Nurses and allied healthcare professionals with a special interest in enhanced care services and perioperative care
  • Senior doctors seeking a refresher training programme in the field

The 1st edition of the European Perioperative Intensive Care Master Class has just wrapped up. A total of 7 experts and 27 participants from 15 countries came together for 2 days at the ESICM Training Centre in Brussels. Here are some of their comments on what they liked best about their experience and their commitment to change back in their clinical practice:

  • An excellent way of delivering a multi-modal, holistic approach to the concept of perioperative medicine and care to the patient
  • I learned to better stratify the risks, the best and quickest perioperative pathways, how to improve my communication with the patients, family and colleagues, implement protocols for different situations and get the whole team together
  • Better perioperative risk stratification, share knowledge with colleagues at home, try and implement better care for our patients
  • Implement frailty score before effective surgery
  • To implement a new fasting regime to change fasting protocol in my hospital
  • Treat post-op delirium with respect
  • Follow up, do patient quality assessments
  • Early mobilization