Jeff Cooper is Professor of Anaesthesia at Harvard Medical School and APSF Executive Vice President.
Meghan Lane-Fall is Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the University of Pennsylvania and the Co-Director of the Penn Center for Perioperative Outcomes Research and Transformation.
Aalok Agarwala is Division Chief of General Surgery Anesthesia and Associate Director of Anesthesia Quality and Safety at the Massachusetts General Hospital.
Philip Greilich is the
S.T. "Buddy" Harris Distinguished Chair in Cardiac Anesthesiology and Health System Quality Officer at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
Amanda Burden is Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Director of the Simulation Program at Cooper University Health Care.
Jay Vogt is an organizational and human development consultant with over thirty years of experience. He is an accomplished facilitator, mediator, trainer, management consultant and coach. He is a master at facilitating large groups, having led hundreds of events averaging one hundred or more participants.
Mark Warner is APSF President and Professor of Anesthesiology at the Mayo Clinic
Stacey Maxwell is APSF Administrator, based at the Mayo Clinic
What are critical common process elements for any handoff to be successful? What essential behaviors (and roles) should be present in highly reliable handover teams? Facilitated by Aalok Agarwala and Amanda Lorinc.
What metrics (process and outcomes) can we use to measure handoff effectiveness? Facilitated by Meghan Lane-Fall and Arna Banerjee.
What are the most important unknown questions about handoffs? That is, what should the research agenda be? Facilitated by Atilio Barbeito and Trent Bryson.
What are the essential characteristics of durable handover education/training? Is there a single mnemonic that can be used for perioperative handoffs? Facilitated by Steve Greenberg and Aditee Ambardekar.
What are best practices for handoff process implementation? Facilitated by Philip Greilich and Isaac Lynch.
How should patients be engaged in/notified of perioperative handoffs? Facilitated by Erin Pukenas and Amanda Burden.