Einstein/Montefiore Division of Critical Care Medicine

External Invited Lectures Given by Division Faculty

External Invited Lectures Given by Einstein Critical Care Medicine Faculty 

2007 

“Cough in Medicine”
The First Cough Symposium

“Administrative Training for CCM Fellowship Graduates”
SCCM Symposium, Orlando, Florida. Fellowship Directors Postgraduate Course

“Core Competencies and Critical Care Fellowhsip Training”
SCCM Symposium, Orlando, Florida. Postgraduate Course for Fellowship Directors.

“Staffing and Outcomes in Critical Care”
Critical Care Medicine Grand Rounds, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

2006 

“Rapid Response System in NYC”
SCCM Symposium, San Francisco, CA. MET Conference.

“Rapid Response System in a NYC Urban Teaching Hospital”
Columbia University HHC sponsored Conference on Critical Care Medicine Symposium
Haifa, Israel

“Triage and Comfort Care in ICU”
University of Pittsburgh MET Congress

“Vasoprissin Use in Septic Shock of Intermediate Severity”
Critical Care Medicine Grand Rounds, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

“Vasoprissin Use in Septic Shock of Intermediate Severity”
Critical Care Medicine Grand Rounds, Mt. Sinai Medical Center

2005 

“Excellence in Care of Chronically Ill Patients”
TheAannual Israel Society of Critical Care Medicine

2000 

‘State of the Art’ Meeting
“Standard Therapies & Inflammation in Critical Illness”
“Organising an International Relief Effort”
“Critical Care in the Bronx”
Intensive Care Society
London, England

“Management of the ICU: Administrative and Cost Reduction Strategies”
Post Graduate Course
American College of Chest Physicians
San Francisco, Ca.

“Critical Care Consultation Systems Outside of ICU”
Surgery Grand Rounds
Mount Sinai Medical Center
New York, NY

“Who Should Hold the Fort in ICU?”
Surgery Grand Rounds
Queens Hospital
New York, NY

Critical Care Medicine: 2000 Progress
Medicine Grand Rounds
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/
Montefiore Medical Center
Bronx, NY

Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation for Severe Respiratory Failure
Cardiothoracic Grand Rounds
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/
Montefiore Medical Center
Bronx, NY

“Business Training in Critical Care Medicine”
Case Study: “Developing a Multidisciplinary Institutional Service”
96th International Conference of the American Thoracic Society
Toronto, Canada
  

“The ICU Director Beyond 2000”
“Hemodynamic Waveform Analysis”
“Training in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine: Management for ICU Physicians”
20th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
Brussels, Belgium
  

“Septic Shock and Outcomes of Oncology Critical Care”
Oncology Grand Rounds
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/
Montefiore Medical Center
Bronx, NY

“Consensus Conferences: Methodologies and Impact”
“Who Should Hold the Fort in ICU?”
“Controversies in Hemodynamic Monitoring”
“Management Training for ICU Physicians”
CritCare 2000 Conference
Hyderabad, India

“Vasopressors: Friend or Foe”
“Billing, Coding & Documentation of ICU Services: ACGME and ACCCM Administrative Curriculum, Documentation and Reimbursement”
The 29th Educational and Scientific Symposium of the Society of Critical Care Medicine
Orlando, Florida
  

1999 

“Septic Shock”
Medicine Grand Rounds
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York

“Peripheral Nervous System in Critical Illness”
“Effect of Inotropes and Pressors on Inflammatory Response in Sepsis”
“Managing Critical Care Units”
6th Pan-American Iberic Congress
Quito, Ecuador
  

International Roundtable Panel: “Optimizing Critical Care Delivery - An International Perspective”
28th Educational and Scientific Symposium
Society of Critical Care Medicine
San Francisco, California

“Standard Ethics of CC Gatekeeping and Triage”
“Optimal Hemodynamic and Non-invasive Monitoring and Management”
“Severe Myocardial Dysfunction”
“Clinical Controversy of PAC: Do they alter the perioperative outcome?”
“New Approaches to Selection of Inotropes and Pressors”
10th Western Pacific Association on Critical Care Medicine
Manila, Philippines

“Inotropes, Pressors and Immunomodulators”
“Respiratory Involvement: Changing Face of ARDS”
4th International Conference on Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy
San Diego, California

“Septic Shock: An Update for Cardiologists”
Cardiology Grand Rounds
Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, New York
  

1998 

“Sedation and Analgesia in the Intensive Care Unit”
“Selection of Pressors in Septic Shock”
International Conference on Critical Care Controversies, Florence, Italy

“Inflammatory Response to Cardiopulmonary Bypass”
“Regional Circulation in Critical Illness”
The Fifth Indonesian Symposium on Shock and Critical Care. Jakarta, Indonesia

“Acute Renal Failure”
“The Effect of Sepsis on the Nervous System”
“New Developments in Hemodynamic Support of Septic Shock”
“Non‑Clinical Curriculum Requirements in Critical Care Medicine Fellowship”
3rd China Society of Critical Care Medicine Congress, Amboi, Fujian, China

“Management of Critical Care Medicine Systems”
“Molecular Biology of Pharmacologic Support of Sepsis”
Hong Kong Society of Critical Care Medicine Symposium, Hong Kong, China

“Effect of Inopressors on Inflammatory Response during Perioperative Sepsis”
45th Annual Symposium of the Japan Society of Anesthesiology Kagoshima, Japan
“Management Curriculum for Critical Care Medicine Physician’s”
“Regional Circulation in Critical Illness”
25th Annual Symposium of the Japanese Society of Intensive Care Medicine Tokyo, Japan

“The Effect of Adrenergic and Dopaminergic Receptors on Inflammatory Response in ICU”
3rd International Roundtable Conference (Invited Chair)
“Non‑Clinical Curriculum Requirements in Critical Care Medicine Fellowship”
2nd Post‑graduate Course on Core Curriculum & Junior Leadership Development (Invited Chair)
“Abnormal Hemodynamic Waveform Analysis”
Workshop on Hemodynamic Waveform Analysis (Invited Chair)
Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Symposium San Antonio, Texas

1997 

“Managing the ICU of the Future: What Will Intensivists Do and What Should Intensivists Do?”
American College of Chest Physicians New Orleans, Louisiana

“Management Curriculum for Critical Care Medicine Fellowships”
Critical Care & Surgery Grand Rounds Mount Sinai Medical Center New York, New York

“Selection of Inotropes and Pressers in Septic Shock: 1997 Update”
Cardiology Grand Rounds Montefiore Medical Center Bronx, New York

“Immunologic Effects of Catecholamine Therapy in Critical Illness”
Critical Care & Anesthesiology Grand Rounds Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center New York, New York

“The Weaning Technique is the Most Important Factor in Successful Extubation: Pro”
“Inotrope and Pressure Therapy in Sepsis is Rational: Con”
Critical Care Controversies Society of Critical Care Medicine Boston, Massachusetts

“Vasoactive Drugs Support in Septic Shock Should Be Directed at Inflammatory Rather Than Hemodynamic End Points: Pro”
“Critical Care Fellows Should Be Provided with Management Training: Pro”
Critical Care Controversies
Australia New Zealand Intensive and Critical Care Society, Sydney, Australia

“Renal Dose Dopamine in Prevention and Treatment of Acute Renal Failure”
“Management Curriculum in Critical Care Medicine”
Society of Critical Care Medicine (Singapore), Singapore

“Workshop in Advanced Hemodynamic Waveform Analysis”
“Cardiac Risk in Non‑Cardiac Surgery: ACC/AHA Guidelines”
“Critical Care of the Pregnant Patient”
“Re‑evaluating Resuscitation Endpoints in Septic Shock”
“Hemodynamic Monitoring in Intensive Care”
The Fourth Indonesian Symposium on Shock and Critical Care, Jakarta, Indonesia

“Immunomodulation via Adrenergic Receptors in Sepsis”
“Administrative Training of Intensivists”
9th Western Pacific Association of Critical Care Medicine, Taipei, Republic of China

“The Critical Care Service Director”
“Polyneuropathy of Sepsis”
“Meet the Professor: Administrative Training of Fellows”
Society of Critical Care Medicine Annual Symposium, San Diego, California

1996 

“Molecular Biology of Trauma”
“Regional Circulation of Critically Injured Patients”
“Integrated Civilian and Military Response in Disasters”
Third Asia Pacific Symposium on Emergency and Disaster Medicine, Nusa Duah, Indonesia

''lmmunomodulation in Sepsis: The Role of Adrenoreceptors”
Critical Care Medicine Grand Rounds
Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, New York

“Critical Care in the United States: Comparison with Europe”
21st European Congress on Intensive Care
European Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Glasgow, United Kingdom

“Polyneuropathy of Sepsis”
Second Symposium on Neurointensive Care
Indonesian Society of Neurosurgery, Jakarta, Indonesia

“Regional Circulation”
“Adrenoreceptors and Cytokine Metabolism”
“New Approaches to Mechanical Ventilation in Shock”
The Third Indonesian Symposium on Shock and Critical Care, Jakarta, Indonesia

“Critical Care Administration”
Singapore Society of Critical Care Medicine, Singapore

“Managing Intensive Care Units”
“Reappraisal of Vasopressors and Inotropes in Sepsis”
The First Sumatra Symposium on Critical Care, Medan, Indonesia

1995 

“Regional Circulation in Shock”
“Lung Mechanics in Low Flow States”
“Gastric Tonometry in Shock”
The Second Indonesian Symposium on Shock and Critical Care, Jakarta, Indonesia

“Does Supranormal Oxygen Delivery Improve Trauma Critical Care?”
“Biotechnology Research in Trauma Anesthesia”
“Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care for Disasters:
Multi‑Media Interactive Simulation”
8th Annual Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Symposium
International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society, Baltimore, Maryland

“Respiratory Support in Circulatory Failure”
Grand Rounds
Critical Care Medicine
Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, New York

“Deployment of Advanced Critical Care in Third World Countries”
Grand Rounds
Department of Medicine
Winthrop University Hospital/SUNY Stony Brook, Mineola, New York

“Polyneuropathy of Sepsis and Critical Illness”
25 Years of Critical Care at Mount Sinai Medical Center
International Symposium
Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, New York

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