This event is past. It was awesome. If you really wish you’d been there, you can catch most of it here!
And don’t miss H&R2020!
Registration is open and we have said goodbye to the snail mail process. Fortunately, we are a lot more cutting edge in medicine than in non-medical technology.
We are really excited about this programme, and a lot of it comes from the energy and passion coming from the faculty, who are all really passionate about every topic we have come up with.
The hidden gem in this conference is the 4 x 40 minutes of meet the faculty time that is open to all. Personally I’ve always felt that I learn so much from the 5 minute discussions with these really awesome thinkers and innovators, so wanted to make it a priority that every participant should get to come up to someone and say ‘hey, I had this case, what would you have done?’ Don’t miss it!
CME Accreditation for 14 hours of Category 1.
This programme has benefitted from an unrestricted educational grant from the following sponsors (listed alphabetically):
The Accreditation is as follows:
Here is the Final Programme:
Wednesday May 22 – PreCongress course
- Full day Resuscitative TEE course
FOR DETAILS SEE HERE
2. Full day Keynotable
3. Half day Hospitalist POCUS (PM)
4. Half day Critical Care Procedures (AM)
5. Half day Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for MDs (AM)
for more details on these pre-conference courses please see here.
Main Conference Programme: H&R2019 Full Pamphlet
Thursday May 23rd Meet the Faculty cocktail! 1900 – Location TBA – BOOKMARK THIS PAGE!
FOR ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT HOSPRESUSCONFERENCE@GMAIL.COM.
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I would like to register for the full course and the preconferences as well
Hello, you may do so at : https://ccusinstitute.wixsite.com/ccus/events/the-hospitalist-the-resuscitationist-2019
There is also a link at the top right of this page in the desktop version, or else there is one in the blog post text as well.
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