“Anesthesiology Today”  

April 7 – 11, 2014

Presidente InterContinental Cozumel Resort & Spa

Cozumel Island
Carretera a Chankonaab Km 6,5
Cozumel, Quintana Roo 77600

Sponsored By:

St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals
Department of Anesthesiology

CME credits certified by:

Beth Israel Medical Center and 
St. Luke’s and Roosevelt Hospitals

Dear Colleagues,

We are very excited to announce the second “Anesthesiology Today” conference in Cozumel, Mexico. You are cordially invited to join us at this beautiful location from April 7 – 11, 2014. The conference will feature lectures presented by world experts in topics of regional and obstetric anesthesia, management of the difficult airway, and postoperative pain management.

Each lecture will be followed by a ten minute discussion with the audience. We will also present two workshops on ultrasound guided regional anesthesia, and pain medicine procedures. You will have a chance to learn basic and advanced techniques directly from New York School of Regional Anesthesia (NYSORA) experts.



Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology

Program Purpose

2014 “Anesthesiology Today” conference offers a comprehensive update on the latest developments in fields of general, regional and obstetric anesthesia, airway management, and post-operative pain management.

The attendance at the 2014 “Anesthesiology Today” conference will increase medical knowledge leading to improved patient care and improved system practice. It also fulfills the Maintenance of Certification in Anesthesiology (MOCA) component for Lifelong Learning and Self-Assessment.

Topics include:

• Understanding physiology of pregnancy
• Anesthesia techniques and practice protocols
• Management of difficult airways
• Theory and practice of IV resuscitation
• Assessment and management of obstetric emergencies
• Use of ultrasound in pediatric anesthesia
• An option to participate in workshops on ultrasound guided regional anesthesia

These goals will be accomplished through didactic lectures with ample question & answer time.

The Island

Cozumel, off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, is Mexico’s largest inhabited island, and it is renowned for its white sandy beaches, coral reefs, colorful fish, and the remarkable clarity of the azure Caribbean Sea.  The climate is subtropical, and the native people are of Mayan descent.  In addition to swimming, sailing, deep-sea and off-shore fishing, Cozumel is one of the world’s most beautiful scuba diving areas.