Hypothermia and Resuscitation Training Institute at Penn (HART)
Registration is open for our fall course October 10-11, 2013. To register for this course, please visit this website: https://cme.med.upenn.edu/eventschedule.html
(scroll down until you find the Hypothermia and Resuscitation Training Institute at Penn (HART) box and click "register")
You may also register by filling out the form at the end of this brochure.
Hypothermia and Resuscitation Training Institute at Penn (HART) is an intensive two-day "boot camp" designed to educate relevant care providers on in-hospital care of cardiac arrest patients, most specifically to teach about post-arrest care, including the use of therapeutic temperature management (TTM), cardiac catheterization, internal cardiac defibrillator (ICD) consideration and advanced ICU care. In addition to scholarly presentation and discussions regarding therapuetic temperature management usage, a key goal is to help each attendee explore the various methods and protocols currently being used around the country and to have hands-on technical experience with the equipment used, as well as CPR "challenge" simulations. By the conclusion of the course, each attendee will have a firm grasp of developing and implementing a comprehensive in-hospital high quality resuscitation program.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn through:
- Practical, intensive training and education sessions:
The Hypothermia and Resuscitation Training Institute at Penn (HART) is a two-day "boot camp" that offers didactic and hands-on training in post-resuscitation care. It is a first-of-its-kind training course targeted at hospital-based resuscitation champions. The small class size allows for close interaction between participants and faculty as well as providing crucial hands-on time with the cooling devices and post-resuscitation protocol materials.
- Hands-on training using state-of-the-art medical simulation equipment:
We use realistic human patient simulators and utilize this remarkable technology to provide the best possible instruction for participants.
Instruction from our nationally renowned Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania including:
Benjamin S. Abella, MD,
Gail Delfin, RN, MSN, CNS,
Marion Leary, RN, MSN
David F. Gaieski, MD
Lance B. Becker, MD
Daniel M. Kolansky, MD
Joshua M. Levine, MD
Barry D. Fuchs, MD
Special Guest Faculty: Munish Goyal, MD, FACEP
Director of the Emergency Intenstive Care, Department of Emergency Medicine
MedStar Washington Hospital (MWHC)
Click on this link for a description of the course agenda.
The course targets physicians (cardiologists, emergency medicine physicians, intensive care physicians), physician assistants, registered and advanced practice nurses, residents, and other health care personnel.
October 10-11, 2013
the Loews Philadelphia Hotel
1200 Market Street
Please call the Loews Philadelphia Hotel at 215-627-1200. You may also register online using the following link: http://www.loewshotels.com/en/Philadelphia-Hotel/GroupPages/UPE143 and enter the following booking code: UPE120. A block of rooms has been reserved for March 13-15 at the special rate of $169 plus applicable taxes at the time of checkout, currently 15.2%.
To register for this course, please visit this website: https://cme.med.upenn.edu/eventschedule.html
(scroll down until you find the Hypothermia and Resuscitation Training Institute at Penn (HART) box and click "register").
You may also register by filling out the registration form at the end of this brochure.
Physicians and Industry - $595
Allied Health Professionals, Residents and Fellows - $395
If you have any questions about the workshop, feel free to contact: