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West Point Cadets Visit SAIL
West Point cadets visit SAIL

Cadets from the United States Military Academy (USMA) at West Point visited the Skills Acquisition & Innovation Laboratory (SAIL) in May through an educational invitation from Weill Cornell Medicine in collaboration with the SAIL facility. 

The full-day program was designed to expose cadets who have an interest in studying medicine to the medical health field. The visit was arranged by Dr. Anil Mukerjee, assistant professor of history at USMA and the cadet's advisor. 


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Advanced Trauma Life Support Workshop Held in SAIL

The Skills Acquisition & Innovation Laboratory was the site of an Advanced Trauma Life Support workshop on February 21-22. The two-day workshop was hosted by the Department of Surgery's Division of Trauma, Burns, Critical and Acute Care. 

Led by division chief Dr. Robert Winchell and his surgical staff, the workshop drew participants from across the tri-state area, including attending physicians, residents and physician assistants. The program focused on all aspects of advanced...

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Surgery Department Hosts Vascular Workshop in SAIL

The Department of General Surgery held a vascular workshop in the Skills Acquisition & Innovation Laboratory (SAIL) on March 21. Twelve residents attended the hands-on event. 

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Anesthesiology Department Hosts CTICU Simulation in SAIL

A cardiac arrest following heart surgery is a rare event, but when it happens, good communication and cooperation are key. A team of Weill Cornell Medicine physicians, nurses and fellows had the opportunity to practice their response to such an event in the Skills Acquisition & Innovation Laboratory (SAIL) on February 11. 

Administered jointly by the Departments of Anesthesiology, Surgery and Radiology at Weill Cornell Medicine...

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Anesthesiology Department Hosts Difficult Vascular Access Workshop in SAIL

Dr. Franklin Chiao, assistant professor of clinical anesthesiology, designed and directed a workshop on difficult vascular access in the Skills Acquisition & Innovation Laboratory (SAIL) on December 8. The hands-on workshop aimed to help participants develop a plan to approach patients with difficult vascular access, and teach the latest skills and techniques.

Attendees had the opportunity to practice using ultrasound and...

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