Have learnt some incredible skills and techniques that I wish I’d been shown sooner in my career.
Excellent overall, incredible teaching staff. This course is a must for all CCM practitioners.
Amazing course! Every doctor involved with airway management should take this course. I can clearly assess my strengths and my weaknesses, I feel well prepared to approach the most challenging airways. The hands-on experienced is key to this course! Thank you for a well-organized and enlightening course!
I have been in clinical practice as a pulmonary/critical care physician for 23 years, and this is the best (and most applicable) CME class that I have ever taken. The faculty was outstanding. They were extremely knowledgeable and helpful, and they never made me feel uncomfortable while learning new skills. I strongly recommend this course to any provider whose scope of practice includes airway management.
“This is hands down the best CME event I’ve done in my 35 years as an anesthesiologist. Keep up the splendid work!”
“This course was excellent. A must for all anesthesiologists. The faculty was exceptional.”
This was my third time in 10 years attending the course. I learn something new each time!
The faculty were incredibly approachable, I enjoyed hearing their experiences and appreciate them sharing their unique approaches to difficult situations. Thank you for making this course available to APNs!
“Outstanding! Time and money very well spent. Knowledgeable and entertaining faculty.”
“You guys knocked it out of the park! Not only was the course highly informative and empowering, but fun and enjoyable as well.”
“I loved the warmth and passion of the instructors. Great group and very accessible. Easily one of the best, most practical and fun CME courses I have had in a long time.”
“Excellent course. I highly recommend it to all anesthesiologists. Anesthesia residents should take this course before graduating. Excellent faculty.”
“This is singularly the best CME course I have been to in my 25 years in practice! I believe this should become the ACLS for Airway and a requirement for all anesthesia residents to graduate their training program. Thank you!!”
“This course provides an excellent systematic approach to evaluating different airways. It is a great help to my practice.”
“I hoped this was going to be the really top airway course out there — it was! Thanks.”
“Without a doubt, the best definitive education I have ever received for airway management.”
“Best prepared course I have ever attended. I strongly believe it should be a requirement for all physicians involved in emergency care.”
“Beyond a doubt — the most practical and appropriate course that I have ever attended. Fabulous!”
“I traveled 10,000 miles from the UK for this course and I was not disappointed.”
“Superlative faculty and cutting-edge information. Thank you!’
“Second time taking this course – still the best CME course I ever attended. I’ll be back.”
“One of the most important courses I have ever attended. The lectures, demos and hands-on workshops were all amazing”
I attended your airway course in Boston this month. Since I rarely care for critically ill pediatric patients, it was comforting to have just finished that class. The review helped me take care of a three-year-old today with cardiac arrest, post-anoxic encephalopathy and status epilepticus. We did RSI and put him on a versed drip and transferred him to Denver. I thought you might like to know that your course makes a big difference in the care of REAL patients. Thanks.
I recently took the airway course. I had my personal worst nightmare patient with angioedema who failed all medical therapy and was having increasing secretions. DUE TO YOUR COURSE, I was successful at fiberoptically nasally intubating her with an awake intubation approach. It went very smoothly. I am so grateful to you and your excellent staff.
I wanted to write and let you know that shortly after I completed the airway course in Las Vegas I had an opportunity to practice the skills I learned. A 12-year-old was involved in a serious ATV accident and needed a crash airway. The cognitive and motor skills I practiced in your class directly resulted in a first pass intubation with a fantastic outcome. Part of the privilege of being a medical educator is that you not only save lives where you are the physician in charge but also in the lives saved where your education of an individual plays a significant role. The latter I am sure you don’t hear about enough and I wanted to write and congratulate you on a life saved in rural Wyoming. I am going to make your course mandatory for our clinical staff. Thanks again.
Last night, I had that nightmare airway every ER physician hopes to never see: obese male with Ludwig’s, severe epiglottitis and hoarseness. Luckily, he was still breathing on own with stridor in the upright position but comfortable. Had I not taken your course, I would not have been able to perform an upright, awake, bronchoscope nasal intubation. The airway opening around the arytenoids through the scope was just slightly larger than the size of the bronchoscope! Thank you a thousand times over!!!