November 2019 Conferences!
Thank you to everyone that participated in the exciting conferences held this month at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia!
Thursday, November 14, 2019
pediRES-Q Investigator's Meeting
pediRES-Q Investigators and team members from around the globe converged on the CHOP campus for a full-day working meeting that featured the review and presentation of the pediRES-Q cardiac arrest data, updates and progress of QI programs, and a comprehensive review, discussion, and planning of the Research and Quality Improvement objectives for the pediRES-Q Collaborative.
Additional sessions included:
pediRES-Q QI Bundle Workshops CPR Coach Refresher Breakout work groups for manuscript proposals
Future of Pediatric Resuscitation: Challenges and Innovations
Friday, November 15, 2019
NeXt Generation Pediatric Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation –
Launching a Global Alliance for Pediatric Resuscitation!
CHOP's new Center for Pediatric Resuscitation (C.P.R.) was proud to present the First Annual - Global Alliance for Pediatric Resuscitation Conference. Expert faculty and participants from around the world shared current best practice, cutting edge translational research, and openly discussed challenges and controversies in pediatric cardiac arrest care.
Jennifer Hayes: Why Are We Here? Motivating the Masses to Action
Todd Kilbaugh: Frontiers of Laboratory ECPR, Metabolic Therapies, and Neuromonitoring
Todd Kilbaugh, Vinay Nadkarni: Frontiers of Laboratory ECPR, Metabolic Therapies, and Neuromonitoring
Alexis Topjian, Shavonne Massey, Becky Ichord, Erika Fink, Corinne Buysse: Preparing to go onstage to present Post-Cardiac Arrest Care: Neurocritical Care including Frontiers of Neuroimaging and Neuro-prognostication
Alexis Topjian: Post-Cardiac Arrest Care: Neurocritical Care including Frontiers of Neuroimaging and Neuro-prognostication
Bobby Sutton: Goal Directed CPR: Invasive and Non-invasive Targets
Jimena del Castillo, Arun Bansal, Jordan Duval-Arnould, Tia Raymond, Vinay Nadkarni: Goal Directed CPR: Invasive and Non-invasive Targets