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Masterclass In Fiberoptic Skills

A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE
about this space

Developed by our PAC design team, this online master class on fiberoptic skills covers all the critical concepts and skills you need to deploy these tools in an emergency. Our experts will discuss how and when to use them in real-world care, and teach you the tricks of the trade they rely on in their practice. When you’re done, you’ll be able to take your new skills to the bedside, improve your first pass success, and be better prepared to protect your patients from harm. Getting started is as easy as scrolling down 👇

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master educator – Ralph Slepian MD

Dr. Ralph Slepian is a Professor of Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College and an Attending Anesthesiologist with the Department of Anesthesiology at New York Presbyterian Hospital. A dedicated educator, his special interest in fiberoptic skills and managing patients with difficult airways makes him the perfect faculty leader for this learning space.

navigate this space – how to map your own journey

We design education programs that merge digital and physical space for an enhanced learning experience. Move seamlessly between our online masterclasses and our immersive in person installations and follow your own path. Learn more here.

Learning Styles in this space

The application of design thinking to our integrated learning spaces allows us to fill them with more training tools than you can imagine. Here is just some of what you will find in this space.

Online MasterclassSelf-Practice Tools
Interactive PostersCurated FOAMed
Rapid ReviewsLeveraged Social Media
Procedure VideosLearning Network Buliders
Guided AudioIntegrated In Person Training
Micro-skillsSimulation Challenges
TroubleshootingRelated Podcasts
Related Blog PostsMuch Much More
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fiberoptic in an age of VL

In the age of the video laryngoscope is FOI still relevant? Why do you even need fiberoptic skills? Listen to this expert discussion to start things off.

FIberoptic basics

Learn the essential hands on skills & gestures to master this tool

FIberoptic intubation

FOI from prepping the device to delivering the tube

rapid sequence topicalization

When RSI induction & paralytic creates risk in a patient who needs a definitive airway, the ability to rapidly and effectively topicalize and sedate for an “awake” intubation procedure is the key to success. Let us show you how.

Enhanced rescue skills with fiberoptics

Your SAD is working but you need to safely place a definitive airway? Here is how FOI can help you rescue a bad situation.

the exchange catheter & foi

Another great rescue technique for the FOI savvy

WHAT’S NEXT

virtual & in person pac events
Remote

Our team has designed a series of remote discussions, training simulations and deliberate practice exercises for this masterclass to take your training to the next level. Our virtual live events allow you to hone your clinical interactions as well as your skills to make them more effective when it counts.

In person

Learning installations are a unique transformation of the learning space. It explores a new frontier in medical education: merging of digital and physical space to create self-directed, immersive, interactive and collaborative learning experiences that meet the next generation of learners where they live.

PAC LIVE!!
anatomy lab
v-training
Installations

build your own in person learning space

At PAC the interactive posters with embedded digital content form the backbone or our in person learning experiences. Designed to allow for immersive, interactive and self-directed learning in a pop-up style, these posters are included in the PAC subscription. Find the right location in your institution, print the posters and build your own learning space.

Complete poster set for the fiberoptic skills learning space

meet the creators

Each learning space takes a collaborative and design forward approach. We draw on the power of the creative arts to inspire and tell stories, on the sciences to improve our clinical practice, and on the diverse perspectives of our combined experience to deepen our knowledge. Each unique creation has one goal: to elevate your emergency airway practice.

JOnathan St George MD – Creator the protected airway collaborative

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Dr. Ralph Slepian is a Professor of Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College

Dr. Ralph Slepian is a Professor of Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College and an Attending Anesthesiologist with the Department of Anesthesiology at New York Presbyterian Hospital.

Rohan Panchamia MD – Director the Anatomically difficult airway program @PAC

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Kevin Ching MD – clinical faculty & simulation director

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