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ECMO Transport Workshop - Virtual

Dates: December 9th 0900 EST - 1200 EST & December 10th 0900 EST - 1215 EST

This workshop aims to provide ECMO centers with a practical overview for providing mobile ECMO services. Mobile ECMO requires a unique skill set focused on the care of a patient requiring ECMO.

ELSO is excited to partner with the University of Minnesota and their Center for Resuscitation Medicine for this unique educational offering.  Members of the Minnesota team, in conjunction with global ELSO faculty, will be spotlighting the tremendous body of work in the arena of ECMO transportation.

The Center for Resuscitation Medicine is a virtual, interdisciplinary center at the University of Minnesota Medical School with the goal to advance research, education, and community engagement in the field of resuscitation medicine.  The Center for Resuscitation Medicine will be the first of its kind center in the US dedicated to innovative research, world-class training, and clinical leadership to improve outcomes for sudden cardiac arrest.

Cost: $150.00

For additional information email: [email protected]

To Register go to ELSO Academy Online which can also be found under the Education tab (ELSO Academy Online). You will first have to log into ELSO in order to register. If you don't have a log in you will have an option to do so.

Refund Policy: 50% by November 20th, 2021. After November 20th no refund.

 

 

December 9  

900-925

Welcome

925-940

Referring Center Perspective

940-955

Receiving the Call - Accepting ECMO Center Perspective

955-1010

Transport Mode Selection Overview

1010-1035

Panel Discussion - Q&A

1035-1045

Break

1045-1100

Activation - the call for assistance

1100-1115

Mobilizing the ECMO Team

1115-1130

Mobile ECMO Team Structure and Responsibilities

1130-1155

Panel Discussion - Q&A

1155-1200

Closing Remarks /Wrap-up

   
December 10  

900-910

Welcome and Training Your Mobile ECMO Team

910-920

Training Your ECMO Transport Team

0920-0930

Emergent Interfacility Transports by Ground

930-940

Rotor Wing Considerations

940-950

Fixed Wing Considerations

950-1000

International Transport Considerations

1000-1025

Panel Discussion - Q&A

1025-1035

Break

1035-1045

Post Transport Considerations

1045-1100

Role of the Transport Medical Crew

1100-1110

Considerations for Transport of Patients with Transmittable Diseases

1110-1125

Clinical Governance and Risk Management

1125-1135

Financial Considerations

1135-1150

Lessons Learned from a New Mobile ECMO Program

1150-1215

Panel Discussion - Q&A  / closing?