Strive to Revive: Overcoming Challenges of In-Hospital Resuscitation

Updated:Feb 18,2014


Strive to Revive: Overcoming Challenges of In-Hospital Resuscitation - A Regional Workshop Series - American Heart Association/American Stroke Association - Get With The Guidelines Resuscitation

Conference Overview:

This program is designed to provide hospital-based resuscitation professionals with knowledge of the most recent resuscitation research and how this information can be used in their facility; expand understanding of the AHA Get With The Guidelines-Resuscitation® achievement measures; provide an understanding of The Joint Commission’s Standards of Care for in-hospital resuscitation; improve hospital code team processes; understand the AHA recommendations for the use of mechanical vs. manual CPR methods; and determine if and how their facility can integrate therapeutic hypothermia into resuscitation protocols.

For more information and to register:  Strive to Revive Workshop (PDF)

Registration Fee:  $30 per person -- includes breakfast, lunch, educational materials & CME/CE credits
(pre-registration is required).

Workshop Overview:
  • Resuscitation Update
  • The Joint Commission Standards of Care for In-Hospital Resuscitation
  • Get With The Guidelines® - Resuscitation and Patient Management Tool
  • Challenging Cases:  Sample Case Studies
  • Closing the Code Team Gap
  • The Great Compression Debate:  Manual vs. Mechanical
  • Therapeutic Hypothermia:  What's Hot in Cooling
Our target audience includes hospital clinicians and professionals with an interest in resuscitation, such as:
  • Emergency Room staff
  • ACEP Directors (American College of Emergency Physicians)
  • Quality Improvement staff
  • Nurses
  • MET, RRT, Resuscitation & Code Team members
  • CPR Trainers
  • Administrators and other hospital based staff that interface with emergency response in their facility
 
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Exhibitor opportunities available! For more information, please view our Exhibitor Prospectus (PDF).
 



For more information, please contact:
kay.johnson@heart.org