May 3, 2019
Perioperative medicine is defined here as: "the practice of
patient centred multidisciplinary and integrated medical care of
patients from the moment of contemplation of surgery until full
recovery". Population health is defined as: "the health outcomes of
a group of individuals including the distribution of such outcomes
within the group".
Do the two compliment each other?
Use this concise 15 minute presentation to help build the case
for a perioperative care programme at your institution.
Presented by Sol Aronson, tenured
professor at Duke University and Executive Vice Chairman in the
Department of Anesthesiology.