The Daily Dose: 2019
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Thursday, May 16
- Montreal on a Week in May – Insights from a Montrealer
- Analgesic Sounds and Artificial Intelligence in Patient Care
- Translating Pain – Genetics to Mice and Men and a Time Capsule from Montreal
- Making Research Matter: The Reproducibility Crisis in the Era of Precision Medicine
Friday, May 17
- Improving Healthcare in the Era of Precision Medicine
- Investigating Metabolic Markers and Virtual Data Warehouses
- Taking the Lead to Prevent Surgical Site Infections and In-Hospital Adverse Events
- Spanning the Gamut of Scientific Investigations in Perioperative Care
- Resuscitation in the ICU: Small Vessels, Big Targets
- Major Questions in Perioperative Medicine Examined
- Anesthesia and the Nervous System: Inflammation, Toxicity and Monitoring
- Anticoagulants, Antibiotics and Medical Devices: Advancing Critically
Saturday, May 18
- Improving Education and Performance with Self-Regulation, Psychological Safety and Managing Cognitive Load
- The Feedback You Give and Receive: Tips for Making It More Effective
- A Tribute to Excellence
- Show Me Your Best and Your Brightest!
- The Editor’s Perspective: Research Highlights, Future Priorities, and Plan S
- We Ordered Cardiac Biomarkers, Now What?
- Social Media: To Use or Not to Use?
- Shaping the Right Path for Your Academic Career
- Navigating the Final Priorities of End of Life Care
- Where Do We Want the Health of Our Communities to Be by the Middle of this Century?
- Conducting Successful Pragmatic Clinical and Transactional Trial
Sunday, May 19
- Avoiding the Hematoma: Updates for ASRA Regional and Pain Anticoagulation Guidelines
- Tackling Current Issues in Global Health in the Clinical Setting
- Oui ou Non? Controversies in Ambulatory Anesthesia
- Healthy Physicians Make Better Clinicians
- Setting the Right Course for a Future in Anesthesiology
- Excavating the Unknown MAP
- Monitoring and Targeting Dementia
- Anesthesia and Consciousness: How Investigations of the Anesthetized State Shape Current Concepts of Consciousness
- Promoting Your Career Advancement through Research, Education and Social Media
- Observational Trial Methodology: A New Facet
Monday, May 20
- A Walk in Her Shoes: Women in Anesthesia
- MVPs for the Penumbra: Better Anesthesia Management of the Complex Stroke Patient
- Medication Administration Errors: How Do We Prevent Them?
- Innovating Neuromonitoring: A Simulation-Driven Exercise
- Examining the Consequences Associated with the Administration of Opioids during Surgery
- The Connection between Emotional Intelligence and Innovation in Becoming Leaders
- SmartTots Panel: The Neurotoxicity Conundrum Unveiled
- DREAMS of Enhanced Recovery After Surgery
- The Treatment of Sepsis: Simple Interventions Could Save Lives
- Monitoring Patients More Effectively to Minimize Complications after Surgery
- I’ll Have a Serving of Anesthesia, but Hold the Opioids
- Screening at IARS Annual Meeting reveals the Game of Thrones fans in anesthesiology
Tuesday, May 21
- Setting the Stage for Pragmatic Trials in Anesthesiology to Make an IMPACT: Key Insights from Trialists, and Awardees’ Proposals
- Sensory Awareness and Anesthesia: Predictive Coding, Oddballs and Reanimation
- Ambulatory Care for the Obese Patient
- Considering the Possibility of Outcomes Worse than Death
- Incivility and Destructive Behavior in the Workplace
- Critical Care Update: Cardiac, Neuro, Surgical and Medical ICU
- A Follow-up to “A Walk in Her Shoes: Women in Anesthesia”
- Tweet Sweet: Sparking Important Conversations at the IARS 2019 Annual Meeting Together
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