May 30-31, 2019

Hot Topics in Cardiac Resuscitation

The Mountain Club on Loon

90 Loon Mountain Road, Lincoln NH


REGISTRATION IS CLOSED - THE COURSE IS FULL!

If you have already registered and have not paid, please be sure to bring exact change or a check made out to “MMC, Emergency Department” to the conference or go to the Payment Page. The PayPal/Credit card link will be active until Tuesday, May 21st. If you have not paid by then, you will need to bring cash or check.

With the support of The Resuscitation Academy (Seattle, WA) and the Maryland Resuscitation Academy, as well as our local experts, this two-day conference will cover all the latest hot topics in cardiac resuscitation (both adult and pediatric). Day 1 will feature guest speakers, who are leaders in the field. Day 2 will provide hands-on sessions focusing on High Performance CPR as well as a track for Emergency Service Leadership/Medical Directors. The cost is only $25/provider.

Maine Medical Center is accredited by the Maine Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Maine Medical Center designates this educational activity for a maximum of 11 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits(TM)


Brochure Updated 5/15/19


RESORT INFORMATION

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Please call to make your reservation and let them know that you are with Northern New England EMS Conference

(800)229-7829

Special conference rates are available until 5 pm on April 14, 2019 for a fixed number of rooms - so reserve early before the block sells out!

Club room $95/night

Studio room $120/night

All rates INCLUDE a 9% NH Rooms & Meals Tax and a taxable Resort Fee of 13%.

https://www.mtnclub.com


The Northern New England States of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont are collaborating on the development of a Northern New England Resuscitation Academy. The goal of the Academy, similar to the Resuscitation Academies in Seattle/King County and Maryland, is to improve survival from cardiac arrest. The Northern New England Resuscitation Academy is designed to help EMS managers, directors and medical directors improve cardiac arrest survival in their communities.