Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit 2019
The science and practice of emergency cardiovascular care changes rapidly, from the home to EMS to intensive care. The Cardiac Arrest Survival Summit will feature the most innovative content and speakers from around the world to keep you informed and at the cutting edge of your field.
The world’s largest, most comprehensive and inclusive convening in the field of cardiac arrest survival. Summit will inform, motivate and activate to help save more lives from cardiac arrest.
Global Resuscitation Alliance - Saving More Lives Together
Mickey Eisenberg, MD | Freddy Lippert, MD
Tuesday, December 10 , 2019
6:15 PM - 7:00 PM
EMS leaders, researchers, and experts from throughout the world are working to increase cardiac arrest survival through implementation of best practices and programs. Learn about the Global Resuscitation Alliance’s effort to improve survival.
Global Resuscitation Alliance - Telecommunicator CPR
Thomas Rea, MD, MPH | YihYng Ng, MD
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
1:45pm - 2:35pm
Telecommunicators save lives by coaching callers through CPR. A robust TCPR program includes ongoing training and quality improvement. Leaders from around the world discuss strategies to overcoming barriers to implementing TCPR programs.
Global Resuscitation Alliance - Community Programs
David Waters | Fionna Moore, MD
Thurssday, December 12, 2019
1:25pm - 2:15pm
Bystander CPR increases a victim’s chance of survival exponentially. Find out what EMS leaders in Australia, Scotland, and King County are doing to implement cutting edge programs to increase rapid CPR and defibrillation prior to arrival of EMS.
Global Resuscitation Alliance - High Performance CPR
Michael Sayre, MD | Matthew Ma, MD, PhD
Friday, December 13, 2019
10:20am - 11:10am
HP-CPR is more than just being quick and efficient. It’s about understanding the science of resuscitation, continuous training, ongoing feedback, and leadership. EMS leaders will share their experiences on how best to implement and sustain this program.
In 2016, the Global Resuscitation Alliance (GRA) was established by renowned international organizations, emergency medical services, and resuscitation leaders. The goal of this global network is to identify and help implement best practices to increase survival from sudden cardiac arrest by 50 percent. The GRA is a significant step towards a global effort to help save more lives - together.
Download Acting on the Call which includes 27 case reports highlighting the global ferment in improving survival from cardiac arrest.