Airway Management Workshop
and update
10 CME /CE
February 3 or 4, 2023

AOD hybrid Airway workshop

Including online learning
(at your convenience),
online or in-person Q&A and hands-on workshop
(on your choice of days) 

A 3 part course built with
your schedule in mind
(all parts must be completed to receive 10 CME/CE. No partial credits can be awarded)

Part 1 

Online Lectures,  at your convenience over 2 months

6hrs multimedia lectures including real patient video, completed online anytime within the 2 months before February 3, 2023.

Part 2 

Choice of 3 events live or online, Friday or Saturday,
Feb 3 or 4 , 2023

2hrs to discuss your questions and recent literature updates, including the 2022 ASA guidelines update and the ongoing PUMA project

Part 3

Hands-on practice
Choice of 3 events
Friday / Saturday

2 or more hours with the latest in difficult airway equipment, including THRIVE, Trans-cutaneous CO2 monitoring, virtual reality flexible scope trainers, 3D-print larynx invasive airway training and more.

A unique 10 hr CME/CE course, designed to fit your schedule

AOD hybrid airway workshop

Many things have changed over the pandemic years, including how we learn. AOD has developed a new course with you in mind.  Though everyone wants hands-on learning, there are still important thought processes that go into every instance of airway management.
For example: 
-When should I consider awake intubation? 
-What type of video laryngoscope do I need  in this case?
-What's my next move in a  
  failed airway?  
-What's my next move in a failed awake intubation?
-is this patient at risk at time
  of extubation?
-critical updates in the 2022  
  ASA airway guidelines.

This course combines didactic learning (online, and at your convenience over the course of two months) with zoom or in-person Q&A, and in-person hands-on lab learning. 

You can choose between attending the Q&A and hands-on lab on Thursday,  February 2 (Q&A zoom only),  Friday,  February 3 or Saturday, February 4.  (Mix and match!) 

(See "Schedule" below for zoom and in-person options)

How do I complete all 3 parts of this course and at my convenience?

In-person course location

After completing the online learning, learners attend the Q&A* and hands-on laboratory at the Yale-New Haven Hospital Park Street auditorium located at 55 Park Street  and attached to the Air Rights Garage  (see "Directions to the live events").

*Q&A may be attended on zoom

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Attendees will receive a download link to the syllabus at least one week before the AOD workshop.  If you don't receive the syllabus, email a request to [email protected]

After attending this workshop the learner will be able to:

1) develop an appropriate airway management plan based on the findings of a focused medical history and airway physical exam, and apply these plans to patient care.

2) apply principles of advanced airway evaluation to the synthesis of an appropriate airway plan.

3) assess their performance of airway rescue and routine tracheal intubation with the incorporation of modern optical/video devices.

4) assess their performance of airway rescue and routine airway management with the incorporation of modern supraglottic airways.

5) apply patient preparation techniques in the performance of awake tracheal intubation.

6) apply techniques of minimally invasive airway rescue; evaluate the potential for failed tracheal extubation and develop a plan for emergency reintubation.

Curriculum and enduring materials


Dec 1, 2022 - Feb 2, 2023 Complete the on-line learning (videos), post-test and course evaluation (6 hrs of content)

February 2, 3, or 4:
attend any one of the following Q&A sessions (2 hrs)
   -7pm Feb 2, online 
   -8am Feb 3, in person*
   -8am Feb 4, in person*

February 3, or 4: attended any one of the following hands-on labs  (2 hrs)
     -11 am Feb 3, in person*
     -7 pm Feb 3, in person*
     -11 am Feb 4, in person*

*Park Street Auditorium, 55 Park Street, New Haven, CT

Curriculum and enduring materials

Light refreshments will be served at the in-person events 

Directions to the live events

Driving directions to the Air-rights garage

The Air Rights Garage is the suggested parking lot - it is attached to the venue . There is also metered street parking. Parking can not be validated.

I-95 traveling north or south Exit 47 to Route 34 west connector. Follow North Frontage Road (MLK, Jr. Blvd.) and signs to enter the Air Rights Garage straight ahead. 

I-91 traveling south Exit 1 to the Route 34 west connector. Follow North Frontage Road (MLK, Jr. Blvd.) and signs to enter the Air Rights Garage straight ahead. 

Wilbur Cross Parkway (Rte. 15): traveling south Exit 59 immediately after tunnel. Right at end of ramp. Merge left onto Whalley Avenue at light. Stay on Whalley until you see signs for Yale New Haven at Park Street. Follow hospital signs, then make a left turn onto South Frontage Road. Enter the Air Rights Garage on your left. 

Merritt Parkway (Rte. 15): traveling north Exit 57 to Route 34 east into New Haven. Right onto Ella T. Grasso Boulevard (Rte. 10) and left onto South Frontage Road (Legion Ave.). Enter the Air Rights Garage on your left. 

Parking and Entering 
The fourth floor of the Air Rights Garage has a visitor entrance to 55 Park Street. Parking in this area is for patients only, but you can get there from any level. You enter 55 Park Street on the building's 3rd floor. The auditorium is on the second floor. The entrance to Smilow is on the 4th floor. There are stairs and elevators.


At least one AOD attendee will leave with a copy of Master Techniques of Airway Management edited by Rosenblatt and Popescu with 109 online videos.

Register (registration is open)

The hybrid model has allowed significant reduction in the cost of the AirwayOnDemand course. The prices listed below are 25% to 30% lower than prior AOD workshops.

Practitioners include: MD, DO, CRNA, RN, APRN, PA and others: $350

                                     See registration buttons below for your group's discounted price

Students (non-YNHH*): Individual Residents, SRNAs, medical students and others: $150 

                                           Program directors: Contact AOD for student group registration

Full time Yale Anesthesia employees:  Contact AOD 

* If you are an anesthesia resident or SRNA at YNHH,  a student at CEMS, or a Critical Care transport team member,  please contact your supervisor regarding registration.

If you are not sure which group you belong to, contact AOD through the button below. Include your name, degree, professional position and employer.

Contact AOD


         Practitioner: $350
          Student/resident (non-YNHH): $150

Certain professional groups have arranged discounts - look for your group below
Groups of 10 or more may qualify for up to 25% tuition discounts when
                                               registering together. Contact AOD for more information

Don't fit into one of the below groups?  Contact AOD

Please read for CME / CEU:

When registering, please designate your highest degree (MD, DO, DNP, RN, BA, BS, MA, etc) with your name or in the "special instructions" field.