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Fall Symposium & Open House
Featuring Mayo Clinic Professor and Consultant Sorin Brull, MD at the MTSA Third Annual Event
The Third Annual MTSA Fall Symposium & Open House will be held Thursday, September 3, 2015 on the School’s campus for the Anesthesia community. “We are delighted to announce that the distinguished Mayo Clinic Professor and Consultant Sorin Brull, MD will be the keynote speaker at our annual symposium,” said MTSA President Chris Hulin, DNP, MBA, CRNA.
Dr. Brull will present a two-hour session entitled Residual Neuromuscular Blockade (RNB). Some of the course objectives include: The nature of the evidence as it relates to RNB; Analyze and evaluation of current practice regarding RNB and its administration, monitoring, interpretation, and treatment; Create individual plan for the use of RNB; Collaborate with other members of the perioperative team to the identify the risks and signs of residual RNB and how/when to intervene appropriately.
Dr. Brull has been a professor and consultant at the Mayo Clinic since 2004 where he does clinical work in neuro-anesthesiology, resident teaching, clinical research, and faculty mentorship. He also is clinical professor for the University of Florida. He is an American Hospital Association/National Patient Safety Foundation Leadership Fellow -- designed to prepare the next generation of patient safety, quality, and performance improvement leaders. Dr. Brull previously held academic posts at University of Arkansas and Yale University School of Medicine.
The symposium is provided by MTSA for alumni and other anesthesia providers with opportunities in a variety of offerings. Interactive Simulation Skills learning labs will be available for all participants. Participants will be able to tour simulation, faculty offices, online learning/heritage room, and more. A buffet dinner will be provided. Plan now to join us on September 3 for the Third Annual Fall Symposium and Open House. Call (615) 732-7665 for more information.