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Past Conferences

POQI 1 - Durham, NC. March 2016. Key topics within Enhanced Recovery for colorectal surgery

POQI-1 faculty photo


Workgroups:

  • Perioperative fluid management
  • Perioperative analgesia
  • Preventing nosocomial infection
  • Measurement to maintain and improve quality of Enhanced Recovery Pathways


POQI 2 - Stony Brook, NY. Dec 2016. Emerging Concepts within Enhanced Recovery Pathways.


Workgroups:

  • Patient reported outcomes
  • Perioperative nutrition
  • Postoperative Gastrointestinal Dysfunction


POQI 3 - London, UK. July 2017. Perioperative blood pressure.

POQI-3 faculty photo


Workgroups:

  • Physiology of BP control
  • Preoperative BP: risks, goals, and outcomes
  • Intraoperative BP: risks, goals, and outcomes
  • Postoperative BP: risks, goals, and outcomes


POQI 4 - Nashville, TN. January 2018. Opioids and perioperative medicine.

POQI-4 faculty photo


Workgroups:

  • Burden of opioids
  • Opioid minimization and opioid free anesthesia
  • Perioperative management of patients on chronic opioids


POQI 5 - Durham, NC. June 2018. Fluid Physiology

POQI-5 faculty photo


Workgroups:

  • Fluid responsiveness and venous capacitance
  • Total body water and electrolytes, modified Starling forces, and lymph drainage


POQI 6 - Dallas, TX. Dec 2018. Role of Neuromonitoring in Perioperative Outcomes

POQI-6 faculty photo


Workgroups:

  • Postoperative Delirium Prevention
  • Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
  • Processed EEG


POQI 7 - Cambridge, UK. Sept 2019. Perioperative AKI

Joint meeting with the Acute Dialysis Quality Initiative (ADQI).

ADQI POQI faculty photo


Workgroups:

  • Epidemiology of peri-operative AKI
  • Definitions of peri-operative AKI
  • Prevention strategies for patients at high risk of peri-operative AKI.
  • Prognosis and treatment for patients developing peri-operative AKI.
  • Outcomes after peri-operative AKI and long-0term management.

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