Resuscitation 2014: The pathway to new guidelines

Resuscitation 2014: The pathway to new guidelines

The European Resuscitation Council is the network of the National Resuscitation Councils in Europe. Other member organisations of the ERC are the Red Cross and the European scientific organisations of Cardiology, Intensive Care Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Anaesthesiology. The ERC represents these organisation on a global level at the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR – the collaboration producing the International Consensus on Science documents).

The ERC organises the Resuscitation 2014 Congress. From 15 to 17 May 2014 in Bilbao, ERC conference will focus on the pathway to new Guidelines. They provides specific instructions for how resuscitation should be practiced and take into account ease of teaching and learning, as well as the science. Guidelines were developed by Europeans and have been specifically written with European practice in mind.

After registration, everyone could come and hear about the hottest controversies in resuscitation science, education and implementation, and gain an insight into how these controversies may be resolved to produce the new resuscitation Guidelines due for publication in 2015.

At the same time, why not try your hand at one or more of the advanced skill workshops, or enter a team for the 2014 International CPR Competition? Seize the opportunity to network with international experts and present your research to key opinion leaders. ERC Educational Programme “Resuscitation 2014″ was awarded 16.00 CME credits by the EBAC Board. All registerd congress participants will be granted free entrance to the Guggenheim Museum, courtesy of the Foral Council of Biscay.

 

 

Here the event list of Resuscitation 2014

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