By the end of this conference the attendee will be able to:

  1. Describe the components of a perioperative surgical home and transitional pain service model
  2. Review the pathophysiology of high risk conditions and the different management strategies that should be employed  in the peripartum period
  3. Describe the ways to designing and establishing a perioperative surgical home model
  4. Describe the innervation of the thorax
  5. Discuss peripheral nerve block options for Rib Fractures
  6. Discuss evidence based strategies for prevention of peripheral neurological complications
  7. Discuss environmental and equipment considerations when in unfamiliar locations
  8. Describe current regional anesthesia techniques and evidence base
  9. Discuss role of an integrated acute pain service within a trauma hospital
  10. Recognize benefits of dedicated acute pain service
  11. Understand the results of recent studies evaluating the impact of Race on oximetry measurements
  12. Learners will learn what resources and practices can be implemented individually and organizationally to help mitigate burnout