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Our events are the best opportunities to learn about the ERC mission and to tap into our international network of resuscitation experts.

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Paediatric Early Warning Score: update and recommendations

Paediatric Early Warning Score: update and recommendations

May 18, 2022

May 24, 2022
19.00h – 20.30h CET


Resuscitation is a reactive response to the deterioration of a hospitalized child. Early identification of the vulnerable child offers an opportunity to mitigate and potentially avoid critical deterioration. Our talk will explore the current landscape of PEWS and our understanding of them, discuss approaches to implementing complex organizational wide systems and review technological facilitation to improves system uptake, sustainment and outcomes.


From 2022 onwards, all webinars will run via our new Webinar platform. Register firstly via CoSy and then join us via the Webinar platform.


Topics & speakers:

  • Current landscape of PEWS
    Orsola Gawronski – Healthcare Professional Development, continuing education and research unit Medical Directorate (Rome, Italy)
  • Pearls for implementing PEWS
    Karen Dryden Palmer – Advanced Practice Nurse Leader, Clinical Nurse Specialist (Toronto, Canada)
  • Technological potential for PEWS
    Gerri Sefton – Co-CI for the DETECT study, ANP PICU (Liverpool, UK)


Modeartors:

  • Jimena del Castillo (Madrid, Spain)
  • Franziska Markel (Leipzig, Germany)
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Webinar: The skill of teaching skills – from theory to practice

Webinar: The skill of teaching skills – from theory to practice

Apr 26, 2022

May 4, 2022
19.00h – 20.30h CET


In this free and interactive webinar, two of the authors of the 2021 guidelines on Education in Resuscitation will explore the concepts of teaching skills in resuscitation and the evidence behind the approach adopted by the ERC for the teaching of skills. How do we learn a skill and how should we teach skills will be explored alongside a discussion on the current ERC approach to teaching skills. Patricia will discuss the theories of skill acquisition in the context of resuscitation education. Jan will elaborate on the rationale behind Walker & Peyton’s ‘4-step approach for the teaching of skills’ and will summarize the evidence behind it.


From 2022 onwards, all webinars will run via our new Webinar platform. Register firstly via CoSy and then join us via the Webinar platform.


Topics:

  • Does practice make perfect
    Patricia Conaghan – MA RN (Manchester, UK)
  • Peyton’s ‘4-step approach’ for the teaching of skills: rationale and evidence
    Jan Breckwoldt – MD, MME (Zurich, Switzerland)


Moderators:

  • Silvija Hunyadi-Anticevic (Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Sabine nabecker (Toronto, Canada)
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Webinar: Temperature Control after CA in adults from cutting edge science to the latest European Guidelines

Webinar: Temperature Control after CA in adults from cutting edge science to the latest European Guidelines

Mar 28, 2022

March 30, 2022
19.00h – 20.30h CET


Join Niklas Nielsen, Jerry Nolan, Christian Hassager and Claudio Sandroni. In this session, well-known experts from ACVC, ERC, and ESICM will guide you to an amazing journey from the publication of the latest science on temperature control after ROSC to the latest 2022 European Guidelines on Temperature Control after CA in adults.


From 2022 onwards, all webinars will run via our new Webinar platform. Register firstly via CoSy and then join us via the Webinar platform.


Topics:

  • TTM 2 results
    Niklas Nielsen – MD, PhD (Lund, Sweden)
  • ILCOR Systematic review and CoSTR
    Jerry Nolan – MD, PhD (Warwick, UK)
  • Effects of hypothermia on the cardiovascular system
    Christian Hassager – MD, PhD (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • European rapid Guideline on temperature management post Cardiac Arrest
    Claudio Sandroni – MD (Rome, Italy)


Moderators:

  • Anna Bichmann (Berlin, Germany)
  • Robert Greif (Bern, Switserland)
  • Jasmeet Soar (Bristol, UK)
  • Anastasia Spartinou (Crete, Greece)
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Resuscitation 2022

Resuscitation 2022

Oct 26, 2021

On 16 & 17 June 2022, we are organising our very first hybrid conference in Antwerp, Belgium! Check the congress website and stay up to date.

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