Haemodynamic Monitoring Pathway for NEXT
Xavier MONNET – MD, PhD, Professor of Intensive Care, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Bicêtre Hospital, Paris-Saclay University Hospitals, Paris, France; Chair Cardiovascular Dynamics Section, ESICM
Stefan SCHALLER – MD, PhD, Deputy Clinical Director, Department of Anesthesiology and Operative Intensive Care Medicine at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany; Professor of anesthesiology; Deputy clinical director for Campus Mitte; Chair Next Committee, ESICM
Iwan VAN DER HORST – MD, PhD, Professor and Chair at the Department of Intensive Care Medicine, Maastricht UMC+, The Netherlands; Executive board member at the Dutch Society of Intensive Care (NVIC). Supervisory board member at Annadal Kliniek
APPLY NOW! Seats are limited to 80! The training programme is for FREE for the applicants selected!
The haemodynamic monitoring pathway for NEXT will support the NEXT generation of intensivists in their efforts of continuous professional development, undertaken to provide appropriate care to their patients.
In a disrupted normality induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, where intensive care personnel is heavily challenged, the Haemodynamic Monitoring pathway supported by EDWARDS will support junior intensivists in their quest to learn and improve their practice in one of the core pillars of intensive care medicine, with the final aim of improved clinical performance and better patient outcome.
Participants will benefit from an innovative learning experience, which helps them to develop both their knowledge and skills on Haemodynamic Monitoring.
The programme will cover basics of physiology, variables and how to interpret them, haemodynamic monitoring, fluid and drug therapy, technical solutions and monitoring devices and much more.
The training programme includes
- A total of 3 webinars (January 19/March 16/May 25, 2022)
- A 2 day face-to-face course at the ESICM headquarters in Brussels (date TBC) where theory is reinforced through clinical case workshops, small group collaborative work, problem-solving exercises and practical activities.
- Practical hands-on during LIVES in Paris (October 22-26, 2022).
Continuous evaluation will be carried out. The best 50 scoring participants will have FREE ENTRY to the course in Brussels.
This Educational Pathway is aimed at the young generation of intensive care physicians.
To apply for the NEXT Haemodynamic Monitoring Pathway, you should:
- be an ESICM member
- be a junior intensivist ≤ 37 years old
- look to improve your knowledge and skills
The registration process is open until Monday, 15 November.
Soon after, all applications will be evaluated by a group of experts, and a total of 80 junior healthcare professionals will be selected to participate in the pathway.
Certificates of achievement with a maximum of 20 CME credits will be provided to those who complete the full training programme.