Resuscitation in Motion Schedule of Proceedings

THIS AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO MINOR CHANGES

DAY 1

Tuesday May 1 – 7.30am-7.30pm  (Conference and Cocktail Reception)
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St Michael’s Hospital

 07.15-08.15 – BREAKFAST WITH CHAMPIONS – Meet and Greet Event

08.15-08.30 – OPENING REMARKS AND WELCOME – Dr. Laurie Morrison, Chair RiM2018

08.30-0.900 – AT THE PODIUM: Opening Keynote Address  –
Dr. Claudia dos Santos, Scientist, Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St Michael’s Hospital

09.00-10.30 – SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 1 – Translational Science  Chair: Andrew Baker

  • 09.00-09.14 — Pavitra Kotini-Shah (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
  • 09.14-09.28 — Jean-Christophe Richard (Annecy General Hospital, Air Liquide Group, France)
  • 09.28-09.42 — Alexandra Marquez (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
  • 09.42-09.56 — Sahil Gupta (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • 09.56-10.10 — Caroline Fritz (Hopital de Brabois, Nancy, France)
  • 10.10-10.24 — Christiane Skaare (Oslo University, Norway)

10.30-11.00 – NETWORKING BREAK

11.00 – 12.25 – SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 2 – Innovation Science  Chair: Ori Rotstein

  • 11.00-11.14 — Jose Miguel Juarez (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
  • 11.14-11.28 — Clara Stoesser (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • 11.28-11.42 — Alaa El Bashtaly (Universite de Montreal, Canada)
  • 11.42-11.56 — Christopher Sun (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • 11.56-12.10 — Ian Drennan (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • 12.10-12.24 — Dan Lane (University of Toronto, Canada)

12.30-13.30 – NETWORKING AT NOON – Box Lunch with big names in resuscitation science research, policy and practice (assigned seating)

13.35-14.30 –  EMERGENCY MEDICINE CASES (EMcases) AT RiM: Podcast hosted by Dr Anton Helman with special guests and expert friends!

14.40-16.00 – THE DISRUPTORS AT RiM – Speed Dating with the Stars

  1. ILCOR: What is it and how do I get involved?
    Allan de Caen & Maaret Castren
  2. Translational Research – What is it? How do I get involved? Who funds it?
    Claudia dos Santos & Laurent Brochard
  3. The Role of Insitu simulation training in resuscitation
    Vinay Nadkarni & Andrew Petrosoniak
  4. How to Partner with industry to conduct experiments or trials
    Sheldon Cheskes & Thierry Boulanger
  5. How to evaluate device interventions in resuscitation
    Anne-Marie Guergeurian & Robert Niskanen
  6. How to involve marginalized populations in research: Do’s and Don’ts
    Melinda Fowler, Frank Scheuermeyer, Amy Wright
  7. Winning strategies for CIHR and Foundation Grants
    Christian Vaillancourt & Steve Lin
  8. Balancing a career in research with clinical duties
    Theresa Olasveengena & Steve Brooks
  9. Keep it simple and pragmatic: Clinical Trials
    John Marshall & Damon Scales
  10. How to foster public engagement in research
    Katie Dainty & Janet Parsons
  11. Not so simple: Prehospital Trials
    Laurie Morrison & Charles Deakin
  12. Using media for research dissemination: freeways and roadblocks
    Marion Leary & Anton Helman
  13. Pearls and Pitfalls: Experimental Trials
    Michael Fries & Robert Neumar
  14. Biotech Industrial Trials – Building research partnerships with engineering
    Ori Rotstein & Tim Chan
  15. The Methods Section Makes the Grant
    Peter Juni & Andrew Baker
  16. How to get the most out of your mentor
    Peter Brindley & Rick Verbeek
  17. Novel technology in trials
    Annemarie Silver
  18. Paediatric Clinical Trials – What’s so special?
    Bob Berg & Melissa Parker
  19. The intellectual property dance – NDA’s, patents and dialog with companies
    Fred Chapman & Ulrich Henerken
  20. How to write a winning abstract
    Jim Christenson & Monica Parry
  21. How to get published: An editor’s perspective
    Jim Menegazzi
  22. Talking to government: Pitching research to policymakers
    Sacha Bhatia and Sandra Zambon
  23. Building Large Datasets – how to do it and how to use it
    Alain Cariou & Paul Dorian

16.00 – 16.45 – AT THE PODIUM: Keynote Address – Practical Ways Researchers Can Engage Policy Makers
Dr Sacha Bhatia, Director, Institute for Health Systems Solutions and Virtual Care, Women’s College Hospital (including time for audience Q and A)

16.50-19.30 – THINKING AND DRINKING OVER JAZZ – Our premier networking event. Enjoy drinks, great food and live jazz from the Sharron McLeod Fauxtet in the intimate Exhibition space at Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute

 

DAY 2
Wednesday May 2 – 7.30am-1pm
Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute at St Michael’s Hospital

07.15-08.15 – BREAKFAST WITH CHAMPIONS – Round 2

08.15-08.30 – WELCOME BACK  – Dr. Laurie Morrison, Chair RiM2018

08.30-09.00 – AT THE PODIUM – Ian Jacobs Memorial Lecture:  Using Innovation to Improve Cardiac Arrest Response
Marion Leary
, Director of Innovation Research, Center for Resuscitation Research, University of Pennsylvania

09.00-10.10 – SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 3 –  Health Services Research: Dissemination     Chair: Peter Brindley

  • 09.00-09.14 — Matthew Douma (University College, Dublin, Ireland)
  • 09.14-09.28 — Michael-Alice Moga (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • 09.28-09.42 — Lillian Su (Stanford University, USA)
  • 09.42-09.56 — Katie Dainty (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • 09.56-10.10 — Cindy Hsu (University of Michigan, USA)

10.10-10.30 – NETWORKING BREAK

10.35-12.00 – SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS 4 – Health Services Research: Curbside    Chair: Sheldon Cheskes

  • 10.35-10.49 — Allison Koller (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
  • 10.49-11.03 — Marina del Rios (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA)
  • 11.03-11.17 — Aaron Orkin (University of Toronto, Canada)
  • 11.17-11.31 — Jessica Salerno (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
  • 11.31-11.45 — Terry Abrams (Canadian Ski Patrol, Canada)
  • 11.45-11.59 — Matthew Douma (University College, Dublin, Ireland)

12.05-13.25 RiM2018 TOUCHSTONE –  A Brokered Dialogue moderated by Dr Janet Parsons addressing a critical question in resuscitation science research/policy/practice related to the current opioid crisis.  With special guest participants (see biosketches under VIP section):

Dr Aaron Orkin
Dr Melinda Fowler
Ms Amy Wright
Mr Jamie Burnett
Dr Frank Scheuermeyer

Dr Sacha Bhatia – discussant/provocateur
Ms Leigh Chapman – discussant/provocateur

There will be time alloted for audience Q and A during this session.
Graphic Facilitation by Thinklinks

13.25-13.30 – Closing Remarks – Dr Laurie Morrison

13.30-14.00 – LUNCH BEFORE LEAVING – Boxed lunches available.


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