McMaster University

McMaster University

14th Annual Canadian Society of Hospital Medicine Conference

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

0700 Registration and Breakfast

0755 Welcome and Opening Remarks – Co-Chair: Deb Smith

0810 Canadian Society of Hospital Medicine 2016 - Serge Soolsma

0830 Acute Care Hospitalization – the Patient Perspective - Karen Slatkovsky


0850 Taking Care of the Caregivers – Physician Health and Wellness - Ted Bober


0910 Panel Discussion Q&A

0930 Break / Exhibits

1000 Workshops A B C D E

Workshop A Supporting Wellbeing While Avoiding Burnout - Ted Bober

Workshop B Approach to Management of Complex Medical Inpatients - Craig Shott / Claire Miller

Workshop C Preventing Intensive Care Admissions - Anu Ganapathy


Workshop D ABC’s of Transfusion Medicine - Andrew Shih

Workshop E Building Effective Hospital Medicine Program Teams - James Eisner / Judy Schoen


1100 (Repeat) Workshops A B C D E

1200 Lunch - Special Invited Guest – Brian Harte – President SHM - Great Room A

1300 Workshops F G H I J

Workshop F Management of Bacteremia: Where is the Evidence? - Nishma Singhal

Workshop G Urgent Management of Supraventricular Tachyarrythmias - Vu Kiet Tran

Workshop H Hematologic Emergencies: What Every Hospitalist Needs to Know - Tom Kouroukis


Workshop I Nutrition in the Hospitalized Patient - Paul LeBlanc

Workshop J Pros and Cons of Patient Co-Management - Christine Soong

1400 (Repeat) Workshops F G H I J

1500 Break / Exhibits

1525 Welcome Back – Co-Chair: Stephen Chin

1530 Choosing Wisely Canada Toolkits - Christine Soong

1550 ACLS Update - Vu Kiet Tran

1610 Evidence Update in Hospital Medicine - Scott Samis

1630 Panel Discussion Q&A

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2016

0700 Registration and Breakfast

0755 Welcome and Opening Remarks – Co-Chair: Marcel Doré

0810 Cardiorenal Syndrome - Amber Molnar


0830 Risk Reduction for Patients who use IV Drugs - Sharon Koivu

0850 From Pigeons to Ship Builders to Hot Tubs – A diagnostic approach to Interstitial Lung Disease -
Nathan Hambly


0910 Panel Discussion Q&A

0930 Break / Exhibits

1000 Workshops K L M N O

Workshop K Mastering Fluid and Electrolyte Disorders - Amber Molnar


Workshop L Optimizing Inpatient Care for Patients who use IV Drugs - Sharon Koivu


Workshop M Diagnostic Approach to Pulmonary Hypertension: When is invasive testing required? - Nathan Hambly

Workshop N Clinical Teaching on a Busy Inpatient Service - Dereck Hunt


Workshop O Hospitalist Program Negotiating Strategies - Stephen Chin

1100 (Repeat) Workshops K L M N O

1200 Lunch / Canadian Society of Hospital Medicine Annual Meeting

1300 Workshops P Q R S T

Workshop P Adverse Effects of Chemotherapy and What to do About It - Elaine McWhirter

Workshop Q Inpatient Pain Management in Opioid Dependent Patients - Norman Buckley


Workshop R Liver Transplantation in Canada - Natasha Chandok

Workshop S Acute Hepatitis Beyond Viral - Dan Kottachchi


Workshop T Reducing COPD Admissions - MyLinh Duong

1400 (Repeat) Workshops P Q R S T

1500 Break / Exhibits

1525 Welcome Back – Co-Chair: Christy Bussey

1530 Update on Physician Assisted Death in Canada - James Downar


1630 Conclusion

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2016

09:00 Welcome and brief description of workshop M. Doré

09:10 Clinician’s Perspective J. Downar


09:25 CPSO/Regulatory Perspective C. Leet
(FAQ) (Handout)

09:40 CMPA/medico legal Perspective P. O’Neill

09: 55 Review of PAD from Hospital Leadership Perspective P. Miller

10:10 Ethics Perspective A. Frolic

10:25 BREAK

10:45 Case Discussions – Small group work -20 minutes each of two cases

11:30 Panel Discussion

12:15 Closing remarks and evaluation

12:30 Logistics of PAD medication administration/prescription/consent

 

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