Turning Mayhem to an Organized Team Response: Critical Events on Labor and Delivery
March 16-17, 2019
This meeting is intended for specialists working on any labor and delivery floor including anesthesiologists, obstetricians, nurse anesthetists, residents and fellows in the Pacific Northwest. Pediatricians, neonatologists, perinatologists, general practitioners, delivery room nurses, nurse midwives, and clinical pharmacologists may also find educational benefit.
36th Annual Review Course in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
March 17-23, 2019
This course is designed as a comprehensive review for physicians preparing for ABPM∓R Part 1 or 2 Board Certification or re-certification examinations. The curriculum is divided into modules chaired by expert faculty. Teaching methodology is primarily via lectures, with interactive waveform analysis for EMG review and the opportunity to participate in Mock Oral Examinations.
2019 Women’s Health Care Update
March 28-29, 2019
This conference is an annual update for women’s health care providers on current topics relevant to women’s health. The topics are selected from suggestions from previous course attendees, areas with substantial change, and controversial subjects where medical opinions may differ. The purpose is to provide a clinical update for providers who care for women in an outpatient setting. The format is a series of short lectures followed by question and answer sessions.
Spring in Seattle XVIII: Clinical Cardiology Pearls for Primary Care
April 2-3, 2019
This course is tailored for a primary care audience and is intended to provide practical, up-to-date information on commonly encountered cardiovascular diseases. Worldclass faculty from the University of Washington School of Medicine will teach participants using case-based lectures and an audience response system to encourage interactive dialogue. Recent guidelines for hypertension, cholesterol management, and diabetes will be reviewed. Everyday primary care topics including diagnosis and treatment of coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, valvular heart disease and supraventricular arrhythmias, including atrial fibrillation, will be covered. Practical issues regarding use of new anticoagulants will be discussed. Appropriateness of cardiac testing will be discussed during lectures on the cardiovascular physical exam and the evaluation of chest pain with stress testing.