CSIM Evaluation Form - Perioperative Medicine

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Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Extended Workshops - 1300 - 1630

I)  Perioperative Medicine
Dr. Rich Sztramko - Delirium and Cognitive Impairment in the Perioperative Period
·       Demonstrate an understanding of the morbidity and mortality associated with acute delirium
·       Describe key bedside tests to diagnose delirium
·       Integrate evidence-based and evidence-informed management principles of perioperative delirium into clinical practice
·       Describe principles for dealing with cognitively impaired individuals in the perioperative period.

Dr. Vikas Tandon - CCS Perioperative Guidelines - When to order a BNP and What to do with a Positive Troponin
·       Understand the importance of perioperative risk assessment
·       Review the utility of current risk stratification tools
·       Examine the utility of BNP/nt-pro-BNP in the preoperative setting
·       Understand the significance of the postoperative troponin elevation and develop an approach to management

Dr. George Heckman - Preoperative Frailty 
·       Define frailty and the most common assessment models for frailty
·       Describe the impact of frailty on peri- and post-operative outcomes
·      Apply frailty assessment to clinical decision-making related to perioperative care

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* 1. Your Name

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* 2. Your Email Address

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* 3. Please rate this session as follows

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Scientific content of this presentation
Usefulness/practicality of this presentation
Adequate time for questions/discussion
Speaker effectiveness: Dr. Rich Sztramko
Speaker effectiveness: Dr. Vikas Tandon
Speaker effectiveness: Dr. George Heckman

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* 4. Session objectives were met

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Delirium and Cognitive Impairment in the Perioperative Period
CCS Perioperative Guidelines - When to order a BNP and What to do with a Positive Troponin
Preoperative Frailty

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* 5. Outcomes: As a result of attending this session, are you planning to

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Discuss the session with your colleagues
Pursue additional learning activities
Complete a Personal Learning Project (PLP)

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* 6. Bias and Balance

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The content of this presentation was scientifically valid and balanced
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue industry bias
This session WAS FREE from indicators of undue personal/other bias

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* 7. General Comments

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* 8. Topic suggestions for future conferences (please be as specific as possible)

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* 9. Feedback

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