BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Microsoft Corporation//Outlook 16.0 MIMEDIR//EN VERSION:2.0 METHOD:PUBLISH X-MS-OLK-FORCEINSPECTOROPEN:TRUE BEGIN:VTIMEZONE TZID:Romance Standard Time BEGIN:STANDARD DTSTART:16011028T030000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=-1SU;BYMONTH=10 TZOFFSETFROM:+0200 TZOFFSETTO:+0100 END:STANDARD BEGIN:DAYLIGHT DTSTART:16010325T020000 RRULE:FREQ=YEARLY;BYDAY=-1SU;BYMONTH=3 TZOFFSETFROM:+0100 TZOFFSETTO:+0200 END:DAYLIGHT END:VTIMEZONE BEGIN:VEVENT CLASS:PUBLIC CREATED:20210122T090426Z DESCRIPTION:https://www.esaic.org/event/webinar-debate-on-brain-monitoring/ \n\nTime: 18.00 to 19.00\n \nWebinar Scientific Faculty \nScientific Facul ty Leader \nDr Joana Berger-Estilita \neLearning Committee Member\, Anaes thesia and Intensive Care Consultant\, Department of Anaesthesiology and P ain Therapy\, Inselspital Bern University Hospital\, Bern Switzerland \n \ nHost \nProf. Dr Vincent Bonhomme \nClinical Professor in Anesthesiology\ , Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care\, CHU Liège \nAnd Chair of the ESA Scientific Subcommittee 6 (SSC6)- Neuroanaesthesia \nPrincipal Inv estigator\, Anesthesia and Intensive Care Laboratory\, GIGA-Consciousness\ , Liège University \n \nSpeakers \nProf. Dr. Chiara Robba \nAnaesthesia a nd Intensive Care\, Policlinico San Martino\,  IRCCS for Oncology and Ne uroscience\, Genova\, Italy \n \nDr Francisco Lobo \nAnaesthesiology Depar tment - Hospital Geral de Santo António\, Portugal \n \nScientific Suppor t \nDr Joana Berger-Estilita \neLearning Committee Member\, Anaesthesia a nd Intensive Care Consultant\, Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain Ther apy\, Inselspital Bern University Hospital\, Bern Switzerland \n \nTarget Audience: \n* Anaesthesiologists\, Intensive Care Medicine doctors and Su rgeons who want to update their knowledge about perioperative brain monito ring and how to best perform brain monitoring in the perioperative setting \n* This webinar will be open to anyone who wishes to view it\, from whic hever country they can access it. \n \nMethods to promote adult active lea rning: \nThis webinar will include: \n1. Polls: to increase interactivity and engagement. Results from polls will lead to discussions points. \n1 . Q&A sessions: to answer questions brought up by the host and submitted b y the audience (in real-time). Questions will be filtered by the support s taff to prioritise relevance. \n \nLearning Aim \n* To discuss the relevan ce of the use of brain monitoring devices during Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in an interactive debate format \n \nAfter Taking Part \nThis webina r will enable the participants to: \n* List the indications and limitation s for brain monitoring during anaesthesia and intensive care \n* Discuss t he relevance of the use of brain monitoring devices during Anaesthesia and Intensive Care \n* Interpret basic patterns of brain monitoring readings \n* Critically appraise the available literature on brain monitoring devic es \n \nKey points \n* Use of Brain Monitoring in Anaesthesia \n* Use of Brain Monitoring in Intensive Care \n* Characteristics and limitations of available devices \n \nContent \n* Pro/con debate on the relevance of the use of Brain Monitoring in two different clinical settings (Anaesthesia an d Intensive Care) \n \nLearning Objectives \nKnowledge to be acquired afte r attending to this Webinar \nThe participant will be able to: \n* List th e indications for brain monitoring during anaesthesia and intensive care \ n* Describe the different available devices for brain monitoring \n* Ident ify limitations of different brain monitoring devices \n* Compare the limi tations of Brain Monitoring Devices in different critical care settings \n * Discuss the relevance of the use of brain monitoring devices during Anae sthesia and Intensive Care \n \nPractical skills to be acquired after atte nding to this Webinar \nThis webinar will enable participants to: \n* Desc ribe the application of different brain monitoring devices to the patient \n* Interpret basic patterns of brain monitoring readings \n \nAffective s kills acquired after attending to this Webinar \nThe participant is aware of: \n* the consequences of the use of brain monitoring (or absence there of) for the patient in the perioperative period \n* the overall (ir)releva nce of brain monitoring \n* the limitations and contraindications of speci fic components of brain monitors \n* the responsibility in ensuring a well -functional brain monitoring \n* the level of scientific evidence availab le on brain monitoring during anaesthesia procedures or intensive care set tings \n \nThis Webinar is supported by an unrestricted educational grant from Masimo\n \n \n DTEND;TZID="Romance Standard Time":20210216T190000 DTSTAMP:20210122T090426Z DTSTART;TZID="Romance Standard Time":20210216T180000 LAST-MODIFIED:20210122T090426Z PRIORITY:5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY;LANGUAGE=en-be:Webinar: Debate on Brain Monitoring TRANSP:OPAQUE UID:040000008200E00074C5B7101A82E00800000000F0891AF7A5F0D601000000000000000 01000000001C0B77C9F61C0439B087993AE814E4C X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n

https://www.esaic.org/event/webinar-debate-o n-brain-monitoring/

Time: \;18.00 to 19.00

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Webinar Scientific Faculty \;

Scientific \;Faculty \;Leader  \;

Dr \;Joana Berger-Estilita \; \;

eLearning Committee Member\, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Consultant\, Department of Anaesthesiology and Pain Therapy\, \;Inselspital \;Bern University Hospital\, Bern Switzerland \;

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Host \;

Prof. \;Dr \;Vincent Bonhomme \; \;

Clinical Professor in < span class=SpellE>Anesthesiology\, Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care\, CHU Liège \;

And \;C hair of the ESA Scientific Subcommittee 6 (SSC6)- \;Neuroanaesthesia \;

Principal Investigator\, Anesthesia and Intensive Care Laboratory\, GIGA-Consciousnes s\, Liège University \;

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Prof.  \;Dr. \;Chiara \;Robba \;

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care\, Policlinico \;San Martino\,  IRCCS for Oncology an d Neuroscience\, Genova\, Italy \;

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Anaesthesiology \;Department - Hospital \;Geral \; de Santo António\, Portugal \;

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Scientific Suppor t \;

Dr \;Joana Berger-Estilita \; \;

eLearning Committee Member\ , Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Consultant\, Department of Anaesthesiolog y and Pain Therapy\, \;Inselspital \;Ber n University Hospital\, Bern Switzerland \;

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Targe t Audience: \; \;

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Methods to promote adult active learning:  \;

This webinar will include: \; \;

  1. Polls: \;to increase interactivity and engagement. Results from polls will lead to discussions points. \ ; \; \;
  1. Q&\;A sessions: \;to answer questions brought up by t he host and submitted by the audience \;(in real-time). Questions  \;will be filtered by the support staff to prioritise \;relevance.&nbs p\;

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Learning \;Aim \;

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After T aking Part  \;

This webinar will enable \;the participants \;to:&nbs p\;

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Key points \; \;

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Content \;

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Learning Objectives  \;

Knowledge to be acquired after attending to this Webinar \;

The participant \;will \;be able to: \;

  • List the indications for br ain monitoring during anaesthesia and intensive care \;
  • Describe the different available devices for brain monitoring \;
  • Identify limitations of different brain monitoring device s \;
  • Compare th e limitations of Brain Monitoring Devices in different critical care setti ngs \;
  • Discuss the relevance of the use of brain monitoring devices during Anaesthesia an d Intensive Care \;

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Practical skills to be acquired after attending to this Webinar \;

This webinar will enable partic ipants to: \;

  • Describe the application of different brain monitoring device s to the patient \;
  • Interpret basic patterns of brain monitoring readings \;

 \;

Affective skills acquired after attending to this Webi nar \;

The \;participant \;is aware of: \; \;

  • the consequences o f \;the use of brain monitoring (or absence \;thereof) \;for t he patient in the perioperative period \;
  • the \;overall (ir)relevance of brain monitoring \;
  • the limitations and contraindications of specific com ponents \;of brain monitors \;
  • the \;responsibility in ensuring a well-functiona l \;brain monitoring \; \;
  • the level of scientific evidence available on \;b rain monitoring during anaesthesia procedures or intensive care settings&n bsp\;

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This Webinar is supported by an unrest ricted educational grant from Masimo

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