The Hospitalist & The Resuscitationist. Montreal, May 21-22. (R)Evolution. Don’t miss it. #Hresus20

We’re really excited for the third edition of H&R!

Last year was great, all thanks going to our awesome faculty, and this year, we’re planning on taking it yet to another level. We’ve added some new faculty members who’ll be bringing some interesting perspectives, and there will be a pervasive theme across the two days to really get everyone’s understanding and management of the oft-overlooked venous/right side of things. This is a clear evolution in clinical practice that, paired with POCUS, is really a game changer across a wide range of pathologies. Expect to leave from these two days with at least one extra notch on your belt.

So, some slight structural adjustments. The Hospitalist angle gets a pre-conference course, focusing on very practical, applied and critically important topics for the ward patients, including a POCUS workshop to get some hands-on work. Felipe Teran and his team will bring back Resuscitative TEE, and we will add a Resuscitationists’ Toolbox pre-conference in which to learn or practice certain key skills. The two main conference days will be packed full of interesting talks, both by traditional but exceptional academics, as well as many of the top notch #FOAMed educators. The tail end will have some awesome workshops, and, on a first-come, first-served basis, you will be able to book some one-on-one time with faculty for hands-on or discussion. More on this soon.

So:

May 20th – PreConference courses (Resus TEE, Resuscitationist Toolbox, Hospitalist Course, Combat for MDs)

May 21st – H&R Day 1

May 22nd – H&R Day 2

All of this will be in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, most probably Santa Cabrini Hospital, but full details to follow!

early bird registration starts October 15th until November 15th.

Follow the blog and bookmark this page, will add links to more in the next weeks.

Also, if anyone has any topic or workshop requests, please leave them in the comments and they will be seriously considered!

The lineup so far… DUGGAN, DENAULT, FARKAS, SPIEGEL, NEMETH, TERAN, HAYCOCK, WEIMERSHEIMER, AJJAMADA, OLUSANYA, KENNY, MAGDER, MEYERS, BEAUBIEN-SOULIGNY, GUEZ, CHEN, GARRONE… and more to come!

 

cheers

 

Philippe

The Resus Tracks: A Chat with Domagoj Damjanovic! #FOAMed, #FOAMcc, #FOAMer

 

So I recorded a chat with Domagoj (@domagojsono in the twitterverse), an anaasthetist-resuscitationist-intensivist from Freiburg a few months ago, but with H&R2019 and its aftermath, been slow in processing a lot of stuff I’ve got stocked… Apologies!

So in this one, DOmagoj and I discuss a bunch of resus topics, from eCPR to tissue oximetry. I’m really jealous of the fact that he does prehospital work with an ECMO van!!! …and with cool gear and of course, POCUS!

Here is the chat, hope it leads to thoughts, discussion and contribution!

And here are some links:

low budget ultrasound simulation
and here’s the editorial in Resuscitation,

cheers

 

Philippe