HIC

THE HEMODYNAMIC INSTABILITY COURSE

Advanced Vascular Access and more...

Course dates and times: Course runs from 0800 - 1700

Monday April 29, 2019

Tuesday April 30, 2019

Location

Toronto Don Valley Hotel & Suites, 175 Wynford Drive, Toronto ON

HIC is an intense one day program focused explicitly on advanced vascular access and the management of critically ill, hypotensive patients. HIC combines lectures with small group, hands on sessions using simulation mannequins. ​The case-based lectures help you appreciate when to consider central lines and why we use the pressors we do.​The hands-on sessions tell you the 'how' - you will throw in line after line, see the value of ultrasound, practice IO insertion and review transvenous pacemaker insertion. ​By the end of the course, you will have mastered not only the skill of central line insertion, but also the 'where,when, why and hows' of caring for critically ill patients. Your confidence in managing these sick, hypotensive patients will be significantly greater by end of the day.

Instructors are all emergency physicians with critical expertise selected for their clinical and teaching excellence.

To register or learn more about course content, visit the HIC website.

Lectures include:
Pressors and Inotropes – Which and When
Pediatric Resuscitation – What’s Different
Sepsis Resuscitation – Optimizing Care
Tips for Central Line Success – Getting it Right
Central Line Complications – What Can Go Wrong

Hands on Workshops
Central Line Insertion including Internal Jugular, Subclavian & Femoral (every participant practices each one)
IO (intraosseus) Insertion
Ultrasound Assisted Line Insertion
Managing your Team in a Crisis

Accreditation:
This program meets the accreditation criteria of The College of Family Physicians of Canada and has been accredited for 25.5 Mainpro+ credits.
This event is also an Accredited Group Learning Activity (8 hours-Section 1) as defined by the maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physician and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians.

Comments from previous HIC registrants:

  • One-on-one participant to model ratio increased hands on time.
  • Presenters were dynamic & clear.
  • This was an excellent day for me (who is in the ICU daily). Speakers were engaging. A sincere thank you.
  • Every presentation & hands on workshop was relevant.
  • Your course has significantly changed our entire ED’s approach to vascular access.
  • Time well spent. Congratulations on a first class day of CME

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