State of the Future of

Resuscitation Conference

Join us for the Inaugural
State of the Future of Resuscitation Conference!

Experts from around the world will discuss a wide range of topics related to advances in resuscitation science and clinical practive.  The goal is to discuss ways to combine the best evidence and experience from the innovative work of the participants to optomize the systems-of-care approach to cardiac arrest.  At the conclusion of the meeting the speakers will draft a Task Force report based pon a summary of the lectue content and panel discussions.  The Task Force report will focus primarily on pre-hospital advances, with the intent to create a blueprint for clinicians.  This blueprint will include sections on advances in lay rescuer CPR, delivery of more effective responder CPR and defribillation, and multiple developments in advanced resusciation.  The report will provide readers with the most up-to-date science and technology including expert opinions and the latest pre-clinical and clinical evidence that can be used today and in the future to optimize outcomes after cardiac arrest.  The Task Force Report will be published in JEMS. 

In Collabaration WIth

JEMS – Official Media Partner
Alameda County, California
Dutch Resuscitation Council
Eagles
French Resuscitation Council
Minnesota Resuscitation Consortium

Be at the forefront of
resuscitation advances
this September.

 

Lives will depend on it.

State of the Future of Resuscitation Conference

Evidence vs Experience

Tom Aufderheide and Paul Pepe

Lay rescuer

Dispatch-assisted CPR – Mike Levy
Cell phone apps for CPR – Hans van Schuppen

First Responder

CPR Quality – Ben Abella
Telecommunications – Richard Price
ACD+ITD – Johanna Moore
Head Up CPR – Guillaume Debaty

Advanced Care

Automated devices – Charles Lick
eCPR in Paris – Lionel Lamaut
eCPR in Minnesota – Demetris Yannopoulos
Pediatric Resuscitation – Peter Antevy
Cerebral Monitoring – Brian O’Neill
REBOA – John Holcomb
Chemical Hypothermia – Wanchun Tang
Temperature Management – Brian O’Neill
Predictive Algorithms – Dana Edelson
Predictive Algorithms – Dan Davis

Systems of Care

Alameda County CA –  Mike Jacobs
Rialto CA – Sean Grayson
Minnesota – Jason Bartos
Alaska – Mike Levy
France – Pierre Carli
Take Heart America – Charles Lick
Whatcom County WA – Marv Wayne
The Netherlands – Hans van Schuppen
Great Britain – Charles Deakin
Palm Beach County FL – Ken Schepke

Cadaver Lab

Check-in and Check-out

  • Check in: 4:00 PM
  • Check out: 11:00 AM

Marriott Oakland City Center

1001 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94607
 

Parking

  • Valet parking, fee: 45 USD daily
  • On-site parking, fee: 40 USD daily
  • Self and valet parking includes in/out privileges for overnight hotel guests. Valet-USD 10 late check out fee after 3pm.

Airport

  • Oakland International Airport – OAK

  • Hotel direction: 8 miles N
  • This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
  • San Francisco International Airport – SFO

  • Hotel direction: 26 miles NE
  • This hotel does not provide shuttle service.
  • Norman Y Mineta San Jose International Airport – SJC

  • Hotel direction: 41.2 miles S
  • This hotel does not provide shuttle service.

Event Contact: Debbie Gillquist  Take Heart America  651-775-7400  info@takeheartamerica.org