More than 1000 experts in emergency medicine are coming on the 19th of September 2019 to GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre’s halls where the Resuscitation 2019, the CPR Congress of Europe, will take place. The congress of the European Resuscitation Council (ERC) that will last for three days will be titled “Controversies in resuscitation. What works and what doesn’t work during resuscitation?”
Delivering updates on controversies in resuscitation science, guidelines and practice, the Resuscitation 2019 is bringing to Ljubljana one of the most important scientific events of the year. Among the hottest controversies in resuscitation science, education and implementation, the participants will be also able to gain an insight into how these controversies may be resolved. Controversial topics will include hands-only CPR, adrenaline, advanced airways, and temperature management. Besides lectures the Resuscitation 2019 will provide workshops and a European Resuscitation Competition.
Since 1989, the European Resuscitation Council (ERC) has provided the standard for resuscitation guidelines and training in Europe and beyond. Comprising 33 National Resuscitation Councils, the ERC’s principal activities are science, guidelines, training, public awareness, national representation, and congresses. Congresses provide the state-of-the-art resuscitation science, combined with practical training where the international experts can annually meet.
The Resuscitation congress 2019 is not only compliant with Medtech standards but has also been granted 14 European CME credits (ECMEC®s) by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME®). With hosting an event satisfying such standards, the GR – Ljubljana Exhibition and Convention Centre is showing its ability to host scientific and medical meetings of the highest level in international arena.