Corporate Symposia & Workshops

ASER is happy to present the 2020 Corporate Workshop Program. Please note the following:

  • Each event is planned independently of the ASER program committee.
  • You must be a ASER 2020 virtual conference registrant in order to access the corporate workshops.
  • There is no additional sign up to attend any of the corporate workshops.

Please find the corporate symposia and workshops schedule below.

Tuesday, September 29

5:30PM-6:15PM EDT
The First and Only Antiemetic Approved for Rescue Treatment of Postoperative Nausea and Vomiting (PONV) Despite Prophylaxis
Hosted by: Acacia Pharma

Please join Acacia Pharma for an educational program on a proven antiemetic option for PONV. No continuing education credits will be offered for this session.

  • Learning Objective 1: Recognize the burden and consequences of PONV
  • Learning Objective 2: Identify unmet needs in the management of PONV
  • Learning Objective 3: Gain knowledge on the safety and efficacy of a FDA-approved treatment option for PONV

Presenter: Kenneth I. Rosenfeld, MD Associate Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology, Director of Perioperative Services, Medical Director of Perioperative Services, Vice Chairman for Clinical Activities, Department of Anesthesiology, Stony Brook University Hospital Stony Brook, New York


Wednesday, September 30

5:30PM-6:15PM EDT
Patient Safety & Enhanced Recovery: Following the Patient Across the Care Continuum
Hosted by: Medtronic
Making healthcare better is our priority and we believe technology can play an even bigger role in improving lives. In addition to alleviating pain, restoring health, extending lives, we work in partnership with others to create seamless, more efficient care.

During the Patient Safety & Enhanced Recovery workshop, you will follow a 78-year-old patient from the operating room to the medical surgical floor and learn how Medtronic technologies supported the enhanced recovery (ERAS®) model intraoperatively and improved patient safety postoperatively.

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Presenters: Ashish K. Khanna, MD Wake Forest University and Joe Chapman, CRNA Duke University