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Year in Review

A1 - CLINICAL YEAR IN REVIEW 1

05/21/2017
09:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Hall E (Middle Building, Level 2), Walter E. Washington Convention Center
The annual Clinical Year in Review symposia topics are reviews of key clinical research publications over the last year. Each speaker is asked to review the 5-7 most important and influential publications on their topic in the prior year.
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B1 - CLINICAL YEAR IN REVIEW 2

05/22/2017
09:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Hall E (Middle Building, Level 2), Walter E. Washington Convention Center
The annual Clinical Year in Review symposia topics are reviews of key clinical research publications over the last year. Each speaker is asked to review the 5-7 most important and influential publications on their topic in the prior year.
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Year in Review

C1 - CLINICAL YEAR IN REVIEW 3

05/23/2017
09:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Hall E (Middle Building, Level 2), Walter E. Washington Convention Center
The annual Clinical Year in Review symposia topics are reviews of key clinical research publications over the last year. Each speaker is asked to review the 5-7 most important and influential publications on their topic in the prior year.
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D1 - CLINICAL YEAR IN REVIEW 4

05/24/2017
09:15 AM - 11:15 AM
Hall E (Middle Building, Level 2), Walter E. Washington Convention Center
The annual Clinical Year in Review symposia topics are reviews of key clinical research publications over the last year. Each speaker is asked to review the 5-7 most important and influential publications on their topic in the prior year.
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Postgraduate Course

PG14 - RACING TO EXCELLENCE: THE ART AND SCIENCE OF CRITICAL CARE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT

05/20/2017
08:00 AM - 04:00 PM
Room 209 A-B (South Building, Level 2), Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Due to changes in the health care landscape, there is intense pressure to improve the quality of care delivered. The pressure is especially intense in critical care, a venue associated with significant mortality, morbidity, and disproportionate cost. At the same time, despite an ever increasing number of guidelines and an emerging evidence base, knowledge translation is slow and incomplete. Didactic content will include a combination of high level quality overview sessions and a pragmatic set of talks intended for immediate application during the three skills building sessions. Participants will select one of three quality improvement topics for the skills building breakout sessions and work through a simulated quality improvement case study under the guidance of facilitators with deep expertise in the respective topics.
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Pre-registration and additional fees required. Continental breakfast and box lunch included. Attendance is limited. Member: $400 In-Training Member: $250 Non-Member: $475 In-Training Non-Member: $350
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