Fellows Webinar SeriesFellowsWebinarSeries

SOAP is pleased to partner with OpenAnesthesia to present a monthly webinar series aimed at fellows and others with an interest in obstetric anesthesia topics. Webinars are free and recorded for later reference.

Webinars 2021

Webinars are held on the second Wednesday of the month. You can view past webinars on the OpenAnesthesia site. To learn more about upcoming webinars, see the list below and visit our calendar of events.

February Platelets: How Many Do We Need?
Shannon Klucsartis, MD - UT Southwestern

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation During Pregnancy: 
A Review of Maternal Cardiac Arrest Algorithms
Michelle Eddins, MD - UT Southwestern
April Influential Publications in OB Anesthesia 
Sharon Reale, MD - Brigham Women's Hospital
May  Complications in Obstetric Anesthesia: What do you need to know?
Brenda Bucklin, MD - Colorado University Anschutz Medical Campus
June Fetal Surgery
Caitlin Sutton, MD - Texas Children's Hospital

Anesthesia Care in Low Resource Setting
Meghan Prin, MD - Colorado University Anschutz Medical Campus
August Birth Trauma
Tracey Vogel, MD - Alleghany Health Network
September Hemorrhage, Coagulopathy, and Transfusion Medicine 
John Kowalczyk , MD - Beth Israel Deaconess
October ECMO
Emily Naoum, MD - Massachusetts General Hospital


Obstetric Anesthesia for Patients with a History of Back Surgery
Jason Papazian, MD - Colorado University Anschutz Medical Campus


From the American Revolution to the Maternity Ward: A History of Obstetric Anesthesia
Dan Drzymalski, MD - Tufts University


The educational materials presented here are the individual authors' opinions and not medical advice, are not intended to set out a legal standard of care, and do not replace medical care or the judgment of the responsible medical professional in light of all the circumstances presented by an individual patient. The materials are not intended to ensure a successful patient outcome in every situation and are not a guarantee of any specific outcome. Materials are subject to periodic revision as additional data becomes available. The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the authors do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of SOAP or any of its members, employees or agents.