Saturday 1 October 8:00-18:00
Sunday 2 October 8:30-12:15
Chris Muhr (Sweden), Mike Lambert (USA)
Hamid Almadi (Saudi Arabia), Zeki Atelsi (UK), Katie Burns (USA), Jerry Chiricollo (USA), Jim Connolly (UK), Peter Croft (USA), Rip Gangahar (UK), Hani Hariri (Saudi Arabia), Beatrice Hoffman (USA), Mike Lambert (USA), Dave Mc Kenzie (USA), Chris Muhr (Sweden), Najib Nasrallah (Israel), Gunnar Olaffson (Iceland/UK), Joseph Osterwalder (Switzerland), Nils Overland (Norway), Farooq Pasha (Saudi Arabia), Gregor Prossen (Slovenia), Hannelore Raemen (Belgium), Chris Rao (USA), Arthur Rosendall (The Netherlands), Jesse Schafer (USA), Titus Schoenberger (The Netherlands), Prem Sukul (The Netherlands), Philip Verdonck (Belgium), Jeremy Walwarth (USA), Darryl Wood (South Africa/UK), Jo Wood (USA)
60 physicians in 12 groups.
You will get most out of this course if you have already completed a basic US course and have some experience. Resuscitation courses like ALS/ACLS/ATLS certification would be useful recommended.
- The Major aim is to developing a clear US approach to critical illness
- Advanced sessions to develop your US practice from head to toe led by international experts.
- Interactive sessions to integrate US effectively in to resuscitation
- Planning your future training
|08:00||Welcome / Introductions|
|08:30||Critical US beyond Basics|
|11:00||Practical Advanced Cardiac Scanning - 2 sessions of 45 minutes|
|13:25||Introduction to afternoon session|
|Coffee break at 14:50|
|16:40||Fluid Status : Is the IVC old news?|
|17:40||What is out there on social media??|
|17:55||Wrap up day 1|
|08:30||All participants will rotate on the following stations:|
|11:00||Interactive Session : EuSEM US education in perspective|
|12:15||End of pre-course|