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Date

  • June 3-5, 2021
Virtual

Wasserman Practicum

 

Exercise testing and interpretation including pathophysiology and clinical applications

Description

Offered Feb, June and October annually by the Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, California.

This virtual practicum utilizes a synchronous online program. Sessions will include didactic presentations by experts in the field, demonstration of laboratory procedures and interactive break-out and discussion sessions. Core material and related discussion times will be scheduled in real -time. Additional material will be available to enrollees to view on their own.

The course is intended for physicians, exercise scientists, and laboratory personnel involved in cardiopulmonary exercise testing. The Text Principles of Exercise Testing and Interpretation, 6th Edition serves as the course reference textbook and is included in the registration. Recorded materials will remain available for review by registrants for approximately 30 days after conclusion of the course..

Real time virtual sessions will begin at 8AM Pacific Time and run for 4 to 4.5 hours each day.

For more information regarding CME status of the course, please contact the Harbor-UCLA office at 310-222-3803.

Contact

Tess Endoso
Teresita.Endoso@LABiomed.org

Presenters

Darryl Y. Sue

  • MD
  • Emeritus Professor of Medicine Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine

William W. Stringer

  • MD
  • Professor of Medicine Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine

Richard Casaburi

  • MD, PhD
  • Professor of Medicine Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine

Janos Porszasz

  • MD, PhD
  • Professor of Medicne, Technical Director Rehabilitation Clinical Trials Center

Harry Rossiter

  • PhD
  • Professor of Medicine, UCLA

Sue Ward

  • PhD
  • Emeritus Professor of Sports Science, University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Kathy E. Sietsema

  • MD
  • Course Director and Professor of Medicine and Chief Division of Respiratory and Critical Care Physiology and Medicine