H&R2019! Final Programme. Register Now! Montreal, May 22-24, 2019! #HR2019

 

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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!

Scientific Programme

Wednesday May 22 – PreCongress courses

NOTE DUE TO LIMITED SPACE AND UNTIL JANUARY 1ST REGISTRATION FOR THESE IS RESERVED FOR H&R2019 ATTENDEES, FOLLOWING WHICH REMAINING SPOTS WILL BE OPENED TO ALL-COMERS. H&R2019 REGISTRANTS SHOULD RECIEVE A CODE ENABLING REGISTRATION. FOR ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT HOSPRESUSCONFERENCE@GMAIL.COM.

Full day Resuscitative TEE Course THIS COURSE IS CURRENTLY FULL. DUE TO DEMAND WE MAY ADD A SECOND TEE DAY. EMAIL US (above) TO BE PUT ON THE WAITING LIST.

Full day Keynotable

Half day Hospitalist POCUS (PM)

Half day Critical Care Procedures (AM)

Half day Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for MDs (AM)

(for more details on these pre-conference courses please see here)

 

Thursday May 23 – Day 1

0800-0820 – Respiratory failure on the wards – MALLEMAT

0820-0840 – Phenotyping Cardiac Arrest – SPIEGEL

0840-0900 – Help! my patient is bleeding! AJJAMADA

0900-0920 – Perioperative basics. KAUD

0920-0940 – Advanced POCUS-based management of CHF – ROLA

0940-1020 – MEET THE FACULTY OPEN DISCUSSION

1020-1040 – Pharmacology Pearls – VINCENT

1040-1100 – Green Medicine: Can We Help Save the Planet? ZIGBY

1120-1140 – A Free Upgrade to your WBC: The NLR! FARKAS

Critical Care track

1240-1300 – pH-guided fluid resuscitation – FARKAS

1300-1320 – the Great EPI debate – SPIEGEL

1320-1340 – Revisiting CPR physiology: What do we know? – TERAN

1340-1400 – Cardiogenic Shock 2019 – OLUSANYA

1400-1420 – Late Breaker TBA – MALLEMAT

1420-1440 –  Intra-Arrest Hemodynamics: One Size Doesn’t Fit All – TERAN

Hospitalist track

1240-1310 EKG Pearls – MULLIE

1310-1330 Nutrition in the Hospitalized Patient – RUBINO

1330-1400 The Best Neuro Exam Ever! – TBA

1400-1420 Dermatology 101 – SKINNER

1420-1500 MEET THE FACULTY OPEN DISCUSSION

Workshops (1500-1700) 

Workshops will have an open format where you can attend as many or as few as you would like, and spend as much time as you choose. This will enable you to focus on the areas you want to gain the most from:

Basic Hospitalist POCUS (IVC, lungs, heart, renovascular and GI, US-guided venous access),

Pharmacology Cases 

EKG Cases 

Nuts & Bolts: Troubleshooting Thoracic Drainage

Mid-Line Catheter Insertion  

KENNY’s Cardio-Pulmonary Physiology Workshop 

SPIEGEL’s The Art of the Bougie – Airway Workshop 

 

Meet the Faculty cocktail! 1900 – Location TBA

 

Friday May 24 – Day 2

0800-0820 Metabolic Resuscitation: is is for real? FARKAS

0820-0840 Acid-Base in 3 Parts – SPIEGEL

0840-0900 Late-Breaker TBA

0900-0920 Gut POCUS – BAKER

0920-0940 Diastology for Intensivists – CHEN

0940-1020 MEET THE FACULTY OPEN DISCUSSION

1020-1040 The Art of the Bougie – SPIEGEL

1040-1100 Renal Doppler in Acute Care. HAYCOCK

1100-1120  The IVC don’t Lie: Ask the Right Question! KENNY

1120-1140 Blood Pressure: a Closer Look. MAGDER

Trauma track

1240-1300 Permissive Hypotension: Permissive Death?  NEMETH

1300-1320 Thoracic Trauma – HAYCOCK

1320-1340 Massive transfusion – MALLEMAT

1340-1400 To REBOA or Not To REBOA – HAYCOCK

1400-1440 Traumatic Cardiac Arrest: How To Avoid Killing the Dead! NEMETH

Critical Care Track

1240-1300 Inhalation Therapy for acute RV Failure – DENAULT

1300-1320 Advanced Doppler for the Intensivist – KENNY

1320-1340 Pmsa: Is There a Clinical Use? OLUSANYA

1340-1400 Got ROSC! Now What? TERAN

1400-1420 – Insights on Delirium Using POCUS – DENAULT

1420-1500 – MEET THE FACULTY OPEN DISCUSSION

Workshops (1500-1700)

Advanced POCUS (venous, shock, advanced CHF, GI, neuroPOCUS)

TERAN’s Intro to Resus TEE

HAYCOCK’s Intro to REBOA

Intro to ECMO

POCUS-SIM

KENNY’s Advanced Physiology Workshop

 

Register here!

contact us at hospresusconference@gmail.com with any questions!

H&R2019 Pre-Conference Courses. May 22nd. Yup, it’s worth coming early!

So we are very, very excited about our pre-conference course lineup. It is simply awesome:

1. Full day Resuscitative TEE (Limited to 20 participants) 0830-1730

H&R2019 REGISTRANTS SHOULD RECIEVE A CODE ENABLING REGISTRATION. FOR ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT HOSPRESUSCONFERENCE@GMAIL.COM.

2. Full day Keynotable 0830-1730

3. Half day Hospitalist POCUS (Limited to 30 participants) afternoon 1330-1730

4. Half day Critical Care Procedures (Limited to 20 participants) morning 0830-1230

5 .Half day Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for MDs (Limited to 30 participants) morning 0900-1200.

 

Note that sadly, you have to make some choices. No way to attend it all…

 

So here is some info to help you make your best pick:

 

1. Full day Resuscitative TEE: run by none other than Felipe Teran, and featuring Andre Denault as head instructor, this is a unique opportunity for a deep dive into everything about TEE in shock/arrest as well as extensive hands-on training on shock/arrest TEE using state-of-the-art simulators. Participants will obtain an Optional Competency Assessment,  providing a Workshop Certificate and a Focused TEE Competency Assessment Checklist certifying completion of 10 proctored examinations.

Limited to 20 participants. 795$USD. Note that conference registrants (minimum one day) will be prioritized for registration to this workshop, with proof of H&R2019 registration required. Remaining spots will be released to non-conference attendees on March 1st, 2019.

TEE Day PROGRAM

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Keynotable Motreal Flyer

2. Full day Keynotable: the brainchild of educator extraordinaire Haney Mallemat, this course is intended for those who want to add some serious game to their presentations and didactic teaching. Sharing tips and pearls that have made him unquestionably one of the best docs to man the stage and podium, this is a rare opportunity not only to leave run-of-the-mill powerpoints behind, but also to enhance your future audience’s learning and become a master presenter.

Registration 495$USD physicians, 375$USD trainees and other health care professionals. Register at http://www.keynotable.net or email info@keynotable.net.

More details here.

 

3. Half-Day Hospitalist POCUS: Learn absolutely necessary skills for the day-to-day management of your hospitalized patients. It doesn’t matter how good a clinician you are, with ultrasound you will be a better one. Learn from a world-class clinician faculty how to assess the IVC for a number of clinical scenarios, how to assess lungs, do basic cardiac views, diagnose or rule out hydronephrosis, and safely tap ascites or pleural effusions.

Cutting edge today, standard of care tomorrow…

Faculty: Rola, Ajmo, Haycock, Baker, Olusanya

Practice on state-of-the-art simulators, normal volunteers and volunteer patients with true pathology.

Your patients need you to know this.

Limited to 30 participants so that your hands on and faculty experience is maximized. 300$CAN/250$USD

 

4. Half-Day Critical Care Procedures: If you are not already familiar with these key procedures any resuscitationist should have in their pocket, don’t miss this course. We’ll go over thoracic pigtail insertion, bedside percutaneous tracheostomy and emergency surgical airway, using manikins and natural simulators. Plenty of practice, until you’re comfortable with the techniques. By the end of this activity, participants should be able to independently insert pigtail catheters and perform an emergency surgical airway, and be able to perform a percutaneous tracheostomy with the backup and supervision of an experienced operator.

Faculty:  Ajmo, Farkas, Tremblay

Limited to only 20 participants, so don’t wait too long! 300$CAN / 250$USD

 

 

 

5. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu for MDs: Nope, you didn’t accidentally click on a link. This is part of the pre-conference day. What does it have to do with medicine? A lot. With life? Everything. If you’re already got mad mat skills, come join us for a couple hours of fun. If not, treat yourself to an introduction into a martial art, a sport and even a lifestyle that cultivates physical and mental health like no others. The rest of the conference will change your practice, but this workshop might change your life.

Faculty: Spiegel, Rola, and some guest stars!

No experience necessary, only interest and enthusiasm.

It’s a bit too early to be sure who, but expect to have some interesting surprises as to who your instructors might be…

…oh, and acute care docs should find something in the words of Rickson Gracie, one of the legends of jiu-jitsu:

Limited to 30 participants, registration fee TBA, and will open on november 1st. You can reserve your spot in the meantime by emailing hospresusconference@gmail.com.

 

So we are really looking forward to these courses. It’s a great opportunity to pick up some important skills and have plenty of time with some awesome instructors, all of whom are hoping to share as much clinical knowledge as possible.

Mark your calendars! Please email hospresusconference@gmail.com with any questions!

Hope to see you there!

 

The H&R Scientific Committee – St-Arnaud / Zambrana / Rola

Great things to come at TheRounds! Webminar Series 2017

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Just to let everyone out there know about a cool thing coming up on TheRounds (www.therounds.ca), which is a professional network for medical students and physicians, permitting an exchange of ideas and knowledge between peers in a secure network (verifiable credentials needed, but free to join).

So we are starting up what should be a pretty cool series of webminars in the next couple of months, and I’ve been asked to chair the scientific committee, so we’ll be drawing up the programme in the next month or so, so needless to say we should have some familiar FOAMed names in the fields of ED/CC and probably hospital medicine contributing.

We’ll be sure to cover interesting topics, controversial ideas, groundbreaking studies and set it all in  physiology, with the philosophy of individualized care. I’m happy to entertain ideas and requests from the FOAMed world, and highly encourage everyone to join and contribute. You won’t find any “industry” talks here, I guarantee it.

So great topics and speakers aside, this will be a great CME opportunity, as the formula will include the faculty remaining active answering questions for a couple of weeks after each webminar, which will likely feature 2-3 talks on a given topic. Even better, TheRounds also has a system that keeps a log of your CME (including browsing time) so it will be really simple to tally every year.

So looking forward to this new venture, and hope to see a slew of the FOAMers join in!

 

cheers

 

Philippe