Excellence in Anesthesia CME, Presented at Some of the World's Finest Resorts

Online Video Learning Format Maui 2023 Lectures

Lecture 1  Dr. McEvoy ERAS and Beyond: What is Now and What is Next in Perioperative Care
Lecture 2 Dr. Tsen DPE, CSE, and Epidural Techniques: Is There an Optimal Technique for
Labor Analgesia?
Lecture 3 Dr. Wolpaw A Peek into PEEP, FIO2 and Tidal Volume: Personalizing the Vent for Your Patient
Lecture 4 Dr. Kharasch New Drugs in Anesthesia
Lecture 5 Dr. Schell Perioperative Coagulation Optimization:
When Should I Use TXA, DDAVP, aVII, and PCCs?
Lecture 6 Dr. Tsen Clinical Conundrums in Obstetric Anesthesia
Lecture 7 Dr. Kharasch The Most Important Articles in Anesthesiology 2022
Lecture 8 Dr. Wolpaw Evidence-Based Preoperative Assessment:
You Might Not Have to Cancel That Case Afterall
Lecture 9 Dr. McEvoy Neuromuscular Blocade, Monitoring, and Reversal: Don't We Just Need
Lecture 10 Panel Discussion Drs. Schell, Kharasch, McEvoy, Tsen, and Wolpaw
Lecture 11 Dr. Wolpaw Management of Patients with Pacemakers and AICDs: More Than Magnets
Lecture 12 Dr. Schell Who is Afraid of Pulmonary Hypertension?
Lecture 13 Dr. Tsen Real Ways to Reduce Burnout: 5 Mindset Adjustments
Lecture 14 Dr. McEvoy Perioperative Blood Pressure Management: Outcomes and Recommendations
Lecture 15 Dr. Tsen Reducing Obstetric General Anesthesia: 10 Practical, Tested Tips
Lecture 16 Dr. Kharasch Perioperative Methadone: The Practical, Opioid Sparing Opioid
Lecture 17 Dr. McEvoy The Impact of Frailty on Perioperative: Assessment, Risk, and Management of a
Growing Epidemic
Lecture 18 Dr. Wolpaw The Lactate is Up, the Bicarb is Down: Is Bicarb the Answer or the Enemy?
Lecture 19 Dr. Kharasch Perioperative Opioids, Public Health, and Anesthesiology
Lecture 20 Panel Discussion Drs. Kharasch, McEvoy, and Wolpaw


Holiday Seminars designates this education activity for a maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ toward the AMA Physician's Recognition Award. In addition, the course as designed includes 7 credit hours of instruction for Pharmacology, 5 credit hours of instruction for Critical Care (ICU), 3 credit hours of instruction for Trauma Care, and 2 credit hours of instruction for Ethics.