lunes, 10 de julio de 2017

ESRA MADRID WORKSHOP REPORT EACCME Event Number: 15684

General Description of Event
www.ultradissection.com
 EACCME Event Number: 15684
 Official Title of the CME Event: 3rd ESRA Pain Cadaver Workshop
 Website: http://www.esraworkshops.com/
 Event Dates: 27 May 2017
 Location (City/Country): Madrid, Spain
Participation, Credits Claimed, Certificates Issued
 Anticipated Number of Participants:
As submitted to EACCME upon application.
50
 Actual Number of Participants:
25
 Number of Certificates Issued to Date:
Indicate the number of participants that claimed credit and received a certificate at the time of this report (online system remains available). Attach
the Credits Claimed spreadsheet.
21
 Percentage of Participants Receiving Certificate:
84%
Disclosure of Conflicts of Interest (COI)
 Number of Potential Conflicts of Interest Reported by Committee and Faculty/Speakers:

Indicate the number of committee members and faculty/speakers that reported a COI. Attach final Disclosure/COI spreadsheets.
- Learning objective 1: Address individual needs in compliance with their Continuous Professional Development (CPD)
plan: 100% of the participants
- Learning objective 2: Examine basic echoanatomy related with the performance of the vast majority of ultrasound
guide-blocks regarding pain therapies: 100% of the participants
- Learning objective 3: Discuss current imaging relevant for performing diagnosis and performing the invasive
techniques for pain treatment: 94% of the participants
- Learning objective 4: Demonstrate shoulder, knee, hip and sacroiliac join ultrasound procedures: 97% of the
participants
- Learning objective 5: Describe new approaches of gluteal region examination: 97% of the participants
- Learning objective 6: Discuss evidence-Based treatments in pain medicine: 100% of the participants
- Learning objective 7: Apply the latest ultrasound guide-techniques: 100% of the participants
- Learning objective 8:Operate hand-scanning practice using on Thiel’s embalmed cadavers and live models: 100% of
the participants
- Learning objective 9:Develop security practicing with cadavers prior to perform blocks in patients on daily basis:
100% of the participants
Participants acknowledge the importance of CME/CPD credits. CME accreditation is for 81% of the participants
that filled in the evaluation a reason to attend ESRA Pain May 2017.
QUALITY OF CONTENT
In general most topics were covered. Some comments that we received:
- Everything fantastic!!
- Excellent fixed and prepared cadavers
- Hands on scanning & then practising the techniques on the Thiel cadavers. There was one or two cadavers which
were very difficult ie scoliosis for the lumber spine techniques but on the whole , excellent
- I learn a lot with this congress, but I think it was very intense on the working hours, maybe it will be better in two days
per session for the future
- I loved everything
- I WOULD LIKE SOME MATERIAL BEFORE THE CONGRESS TO STUDY OR FOR BETTER LEARNING
- Interacting with the expert faculty and hands on experience with the best machine
- It was a great experience. But the station wasn't equals. I think it is important to spend more time explaining the
anatomy (use application like Essential Anatomy) while making the ultrasound scan.
- Since pain medicine and interventional pain are more complicated than regional anesthesia, sometimes we spent
time on the rationale, clinical application and contraindications, I think the time for each session should be more than 1
hour so that a detailed discussion is possible.
the duration at each station was very appropriate while being only 2 in one group we had plenty of time in practicing. -
- Overall having 9 stations in one day was very tiresome. Digesting the education of so many blocks ,none day for my
age is difficult
- The opportunity to interact with the best teachers and use the best machines to learn and update my knowledge was
an invaluable experience.
- The unique opportunity to interact and learn from the best experts in the field of US guided Pain Management, using
the best machines and cadavers!
Future topics:
- Musculoskeletal diagnosis
- Special case discussion of low back pain or post-laminectomy pain syndrome
- Botulinum Toxine Infiltration with ECO
- Breast chronic pain; more about chronic knee pain in patients having total knee replacementl; management patients
presenting complexe regional pain syndrome: how many stellate blocks? how often? selective regional blocks?
- I found very usefull iPad or lap top interactive anatomie screening just before starting sonoanatomie studies.
- I would like find out more och practice pain blockades under fluoroscpy, t.ex MBB.
musculo-skeleton blocks
- PAIN AND ULTRASOUND
- Spine sonoantamy and injections
QUALITY OF SPEAKERS
The quality of most speakers was good. 100% of the participants that filled in the evaluation agree that the quality of
the speakers was excellent.


















 Response Text
1. Musculoskeletal diagnosis,
2. Special case discussion of low back pain or post-laminectomy pain syndrome
Botulinum Toxine Infiltration with ECO
breast chronic pain
more about chronic knee pain in patients having total knee replacement
management patients presenting complexe regional pain syndrome: how many stellate
blocks? how often? selective regional blocks?
I found very usefull iPad or lap top interactive anatomie screening just before starting
sonoanatomie studies.
I would like find out more och practice pain blockades under fluoroscpy, t.ex MBB.
musculo-skeleton blocks
PAIN AND ULTRASOUND
spine sonoantamy and injections
 Response Text
every thing was good
Everything fantastic!!
excellent fixed and prepared cadavers
Hands on scanning & then practising the techniques on the Thiel cadavers. There was one or
thwo cadavers which were very difficult ie scoliosis for the lumber spine techniques but on the
whole , excellent
I learn a lot with this congress, but I think it was very intense on the woorkin hours, maybe it
will be better in two days per sesion for the future
I loved everything
I WOULD LIKE SOME MATERIAL BEFORE THE CONGRESS TO STUDY OR FOR BETTER
LEARNING
Interacting with the expert faculty and hands on experience with the best machine
It was a great experience. But the station wasn't equals. I think it is important to spend more
time explaining the anatomy (use aplication like Essential Anatomy) while making the
ultrasound scan.
It was great!!!! Thank you
It was vey well organised . Thank You!
Since pain medicine and interventional pain are more complicated than regional anesthesia,
sometimes we spent time on the rationale, clinical application and contraindications, I think the
time for each session should be more than 1 hour so that a detailed discussion is possible.
the duration at each station was very appropriate while being only 2 in one group we had
plenty of time in practicing.Overall having 9 stations in one day was very tiresome. Digesting
the education of so many blocks ,n one day for my age is difficult
The number of participants per group was 2-3. Perfect! Plenty of time to practice!
The opportunity to interact with the best teachers and use the best machines to learn and
update my knowledge was an invaluable experience.
The unique opportunity to interact and learn from the best experts in the field of US guided
Pain Management, using the best machines and cadavers!