SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 2019, 8 am – 1 pm
ADAPTING TO A CHANGING WORLD OF MILLENNIAL
Dr. Deepak G Krishnan
Associate Professor of Surgery, Residency Program Director
University of Cincinnati
Adapting pediatric anesthesia safely into an office-based OMS practice may be more challenging today than ever. Pressures from legislature and societal expectations are clashing with our model of practice of anesthesia daily. Why is pediatric anesthesia so different? Where is that cut-off point in the physiologic and anatomic differences between your routine teenager undergoing an office-based anesthetic and a slightly younger child? Is your office prepared to handle a pediatric anesthetic emergency and is your current practice model adapted to accommodate such a challenge?
- Understand the key differences of why the practice of pediatric anesthesia is inherently riskier than an anesthesia tolerated by a young adult.
- Identify safe practice models in office-based pediatric anesthesia
Adapting to a Changing World of Millennial Co-Workers
By year 2020, nearly half (46 percent) of all U.S. workers will be Millennials. Millennials are unlike preceding generations. They view the world differently and have redefined the meaning of success, personally and professionally. In some cases, this has led to misunderstanding among the different generations coexisting in today’s workplace and the OMS office is not different. Identifying some key strengths of the Millennial co-worker may help overcome some apparent and often (perceived unsurmountable) differences between you and your younger colleague. Some tips and tricks to get there, for all generations…
- Appreciate generational differences in the workplace
- Strategies to co-exist despite apparent differences with your co-workers
- Stop using “Millennial” as a negative connotation
Lecture–8:45 am-12 noon