SOAP Virtual Meeting Series
CME will be available during each Virtual Meeting Series event.
Members – Including CME Credits ($0.00 – FREE)
Non-Members – Does Not Include CME Credits ($0.00 – FREE)
Non-Members – Including CME Credits ($50.00)
To view the July 9, 2020 SOAP Celebration of Stars recording, please click here.
Watch for additional upcoming events:
|September 1, 2020 – Digital Syllabus Available!|
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|September 10, 2020 (6:00 p.m. EDT) – Gertie Marx Research Competition Presentations|
|This prestigious live-session will be moderated by Dr. David Chestnut, and judged by Dr. James Eisenach, Dr. Cynthia Wong, Dr. Jill Mhyre, Dr. Richard Smiley and Dr. Carolyn Weiniger.
Eight Obstetric Anesthesia Fellows (2019-2020) will present findings from their research on genetic variants associated with preeclampsia, the use of ultrasound measurement of the optic nerve sheath as a window to assess intracranial pressure, early biomarkers associated with maternal epidural fever, rural and urban disparities in maternal care, simple yet novel clinical approaches to optimize uterine tone and reduce shivering during cesarean delivery, and what actually happens with a dural puncture epidural (DPE).
|September 15, 2020 (6:00 p.m. EDT) – Refresher Courses Available Online|
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|September 17, 2020 (6:00 p.m. EDT) – Best Clinical Science and Basic Science Abstract Presentations|
This live-session will be moderated by Dr. Arvind Palanisamy and Dr. Philippe Richebé, and judged by Dr. James Eisenach, Dr. Ashraf Habib, Dr. Barbara Scavone, Dr. Jake Beilin and Dr. Katie Arendt.
Ten presenters will share their findings from clinical protocols tailoring magnesium dosing in preeclamptic women, optimizing uterine tone during cesarean delivery, and artificial intelligence algorithms at the rescue to personalize hemodynamic management during cesarean deliveries; big data analyses elucidating maternal outcomes associated with the Medicaid expansion, the MPOG registry to assess the rate of difficult intubation in obstetric patients and the risk of autism spectrum disorder in offsprings associated with labor epidural analgesia; bench research applying GWAS in postpartum hemorrhage, predictive multiomic changes in preterm labor, novel targets for the treatment of opioid-induced itching, and high-resolution thermography to ensure functioning epidural in neuraxial anesthesia research.
|September 24, 2020 (6:00 p.m. EDT) – Ten Best Case Reports Panel|
This live-panel will be moderated by Dr. Klaus Kjaer, and panelists will be Dr. Lisa Leffert, Dr. Laurent Bollag, Dr. Melissa Bauer, and Dr. Katie Arendt.
Ten exceptional cases will be discussed by the panel and the presenting authors.
The 1st case of neonatal SARS-CoV-2 infection in China will be presented. Management of women with rare complications such as intrathecal morphine-induced hypothermia, hemorrhagic stroke following an unintended intrathecal catheter, starvation ketoacidosis, and rare comorbidities such as pericardial and pleural effusions in preeclampsia, pentalogy of Fallot, primary hyperparathyroidism, and metastatic pancreatic cancer will be discussed. The optimal care of the transgender parturient will also be reviewed.
|October 15, 2020 (6:00 p.m. EDT) – Gerard W. Ostheimer – What’s New in Obstetric Anesthesia? Lecture|
Always a highlight of the meeting, the Gerard W. Ostheimer lecture is a review of important, relevant, and/or practice- changing literature related to obstetric anesthesia, obstetrics, perinatology, and allied medical disciplines that was published in calendar year 2019. This year’s Ostheimer lecturer will be Dr. Ronald B. George, FRCPC.
This presentation will bring you up to date on the latest evidence- based advances in the anesthetic management of pregnant women. (tentatively a second session is scheduled for October 22nd, 2020 at 6PM EDT)
|October 22, 2020 (6:00 p.m. EDT) – Gerard W. Ostheimer – What’s New in Obstetric Anesthesia? Lecture Part 2 (tentative)|
If you have any questions, please contact the SOAP office at 414-389-8611 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.