Society of Anesthesia and Sleep Medicine
10th Annual Meeting – Innovation & Synergism in Sleep, Perioperative Care & Chronic Pain: The Future is Here
October 1-2, 2020
Program Co-Chairs: Mandeep Singh, MBBS, MD, MSc, FRCPC; Christine Won, MD; Stephen Haskins, MD
6.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™ Offered
Please Note: In order to claim CME, you must pay $75 upon registering. If you will not be claiming CME, registration is free!
Virtual Meeting Schedule of Events
All session time slots are displayed in Eastern Time!
DAY ONE – October 1, 2020
1000-1015 Welcome Address: Ten Years of SASM: Where We Have Been and Where We are Going
Dennis Auckley, MD
1015-1130 Session One: Sleep and Anesthesia during the COVID-19 Pandemic
1015-1035 COVID-19, Sleep Disruption and Dreams
Celyne Bastien, PhD
1035-1055 SARS-COVID-19 and
Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Stavros Memtsoudis, MD, PhD
1055-1115 Coordinating Preoperative Testing and Designing Perioperative Protocols in the Setting of COVID19
Krish Ramachandran, MD, MBBS
1115 – 1130 Panel Discussion
1130 – 1145 Break with Exhibitors and Abstract Poster Viewing
1145 – 1215 Featured Address
Moderator: Dennis Auckley, MD
VADM Jerome Adams, MD, US Surgeon General
1215 – 1225 Questions and Discussion
1225 – 1315 Featured Session: Panel Discussion – Findings of the PRODIGY Trial, and the Value of Postoperative Respiratory Monitoring
Moderator: Krish Ramachandran, MD, MBBS
Ashish Khanna, MD; Bhargavi Gali, MD; and Krish Ramachandran, MD, MBBS
Virtual Lunch w/Sponsor Medtronic
1315 – 1330 Break with Exhibitors and Abstract Poster Discussions
1330 – 1440 Session Two: Role of Gender on Sleep and Pain
Moderator: Christine Won, MD
1330 – 1350 The Gender Sleep Gap
Susan Redline, MD
1350 – 1410 Sleep and Gender in Chronic Pain Population
Gilles Lavigne, PhD
1410 – 1430 Patient Perspectives: Living with Idiopathic Hypersomnia – Sponsored by the Hypersomnia Foundation
Michelle Emrich and Meghan Mallare
1430 – 1440 Panel Discussion
1440 – 1450 Break with Exhibitors
1450 – 1520 Annual General Meeting
Dennis Auckley, MD
ADJOURNMENT OF DAY ONE
DAY TWO – October 2, 2020
1000-1005 Welcome and Introduction
1005-1115 Key Note Session: Future of Research in the Next Decade
Moderators: Melanie Lyons, PhD, ACNP and Babak Mokhlesi, MD, MSc
1005-1040 Complementary and Integrative Health Approaches for Sleep Medicine
Emmeline Edwards, PhD
1040-1115 Future of Research and Research Funding in Sleep Medicine
Michael Twery, MD
1115 – 1125 Panel Discussion
1125 – 1135 Break with Exhibitors and Abstract Poster Discussions
1125 – 1155 Best Abstract Awards Session
Toby Weingarten, MD
1155 – 1305 Session Three: Cannabinoids for Pain and Sleep
Moderator: Stephen Haskins, MD
1155 – 1215 Cannabinoids and Pain Management
Samer Narouze, MD, PhD
1215 – 1235 Cannabis and Sleep: What Does the Research Say?
Tetyana Kendzerska, MD, PhD
1235 – 1255 Cannabis Use Disorder in the Perioperative Setting
Hance Clarke, MD, FRCPC
1255- 1305 Panel Discussion
1305 – 1320 Break with Exhibitors and Abstract Poster Discussions
1320 – 1410 Session Four: Evidence Based Guidelines
Moderator: Crispiana Cozowicz, MD
1320 – 1340 Developing an Interdisciplinary Consensus Guideline on the Screening, Diagnosis, Treatment and Peri-delivery Management of OSA in Pregnant Women: A Progress Update
Jennifer Dominguez, MD, MHS
1340 – 1400 Anesthesia for Stroke Thrombectomy During COVID-19
Deepak Sharma, MD
1400 – 1410 Panel Discussion
1410 – 1420 Announcement of Giveaway and Popular Abstract Winner
ADJOURNMENT OF MEETING
Featured Keynote Address by VADM Jerome M. Adams, MD, MPH
Vice Admiral (VADM) Jerome M. Adams, M.D., M.P.H. is the 20th Surgeon General of the United States. His mission as the “Nation’s Doctor,” is to advance the health of the American people, and his motto is “better health through better partnerships.” He is committed to forging new partnerships and strengthen existing relationships with members from the business, faith, education, and public safety and national security communities.
As the Surgeon General, Dr. Adams holds the rank of Vice Admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) Commissioned Corps. In this capacity, he oversees the operations of more than 6,000 uniformed health officers who serve in nearly 800 locations around the world, promoting, protecting, and advancing the health and safety of our nation.
Dr. Adams received bachelor’s degrees in both biochemistry and psychology from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, a master of public health degree from the University of California at Berkeley, and a medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. He has been a leader in numerous professional organizations, including the American Medical Association, the American Society of Anesthesiologists, the Indiana State Medical Association, and the Indiana Society of Anesthesiologists. Dr. Adams is also the former Health Commissioner of Indiana, where he led the State’s responses to Ebola, Zika, and to the largest HIV outbreak in the United States related to injection drug use.
During his tenure, Dr. Adams has created several initiatives to tackle our nation’s most pressing health issues, including: the opioid epidemic, oral health, and the links between community health and both economic prosperity and national security. He is also a member of the President’s Coronavirus Task Force.
Please join us for the 10th anniversary celebrations at the 2020 SASM Annual Meeting, as the Surgeon General delivers the Keynote Address.
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