#RESUS2020: The ERC virtual congress

Our virtual congress will run from 22-24 October 2020.

The Virtual Congress VC Platform opens a few days before so you can already explore the scientific content, provided you are registered, and prepare yourself for the interactive discussions...

Some parts of the program will also be made available or streamed directly to our YouTube and Facebook channel.

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Thursday 22 October 2020

Opening Ceremony

14:00 - 14:45 CEST

  • Welcome to the ERC Virtual Congress (Jerry Nolan - Jasmeet Soar)
  • Keynote: the Safar lecture (Gavin Perkins) 
The Guidelines 2020 part 1

15:00 - 16:00 CEST

Chaired by Gavin Perkins, Jasmeet Soar & Patrick Van de Voorde.

A moderated discussion:

  • Systems save lives (Federico Semeraro)
  • Basic Life Support (Theresa Olasveengen)
  • Advanced Life Support (Therese Djärv)
  • Post resuscitation care (Jerry Nolan)
  • Special Circumstances (Carsten Lott)

Comment here on the new ERC Guidelines for public comment.

Industry Session by Ambu A/S: Protecting Patients and Healthcare Providers during Challenging Times

16:00 - 17:00 CEST

Evidence-Based Recommendations to Reduce Risks with Bronchoscopy

Dr. Hudson Garrett details best-practice guidelines for how to protect healthcare providers and patients during bronchoscopy. Dr. Garrett has closely monitored and addressed the challenges associated with procedures during the COVID-19 global pandemic, both through his direct clinical experience in caring for COVID-19 patients and close collaboration with international infectious disease experts such as the CDC.

The Guidelines 2020 part 2

16:30 - 17:30 CEST

Chaired by Gavin Perkins & Hildigunnur Svavarsdóttir.

A moderated discussion:

  • Paediatrics (Patrick Van de Voorde)
  • Newborn Resuscitation (Charles Roehr)
  • First Aid (David Zideman)
  • Education (Robert Greif)
  • Ethics of Resuscitation (Spyros Mentzelopoulos)

Comment here on the new ERC Guidelines for public comment.

NIHON KOHDEN invites...

17:00 - 18:00 CEST

Industry session. 

Title:  Improving ECG Interpretation with New Perspectives

Held by: John Bastian Etti

- Where, when and how we use the 12-lead ECG
- Diagnostic value of the 12-lead ECG
- Enhancement of the diagnostic value with additional 6 leads

Free paper session 1: ALS + Special circumstances

17:30 - 18:30 CEST

Chaired by Carsten Lott & Sebastian Schnaubelt.

  • The ABCDE approach: a scoping review of quantitative and qualitative evidence (Laura Bruinink)
  • Characterization of manual ventilations during in-hospital CPR (Mikel Leturiondo)
  • Compression force variation during mechanical CPR and its relation to CPR injuries. (Youcef Azeli)
  • Resuscitation of the Drowned Person in the Era of COVID-19 Disease: Global Consensus Process for a Novel Approach (Cody Dunne)
  • Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in pregnant women in France (Valentine Baert)
Resuscitation Council UK updates

18:00 - 19:00 CEST

Chaired by Jonathan Wyllie & Andy Lockey.

A moderated discussion:

  • Introduction to RCUK (James Cant) 
  • Outcomes from cardiac arrest (Kirstie Haywood)  
  • Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest - latest UK data (Gavin Perkins)
  • In Hospital Cardiac Arrest - latest UK data (Sue Hampshire)
  • Paediatric in-Hospital cardiac arrest (Sophie Skellett) 


Epidemiology of cardiac arrest anno 2020

18:30 - 19:30 CEST

Chaired by Jan-Thorsten Gräsner & Siobhan Masterson.

A moderated discussion:

  • European OHCA outcomes (Ingvild Tjelmeland)
  • In-hospital cardiac arrest (Lars Andersen)
  • Global outcomes (Karen Smith)
  • Which outcomes matter? (Kirstie Haywood)
Free paper session 2: Education & implementation

19:00 - 20:00 CEST

Chaired by Robert Greif, Andy Lockey & Clare Morden.

  • Practice parameters of extracorporeal Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation for refractory cardiac arrest in Germany. A nation-wide survey by the eCPR/ ECMO Working Group of the German Resuscitation Council (Domagoj Damjanovic)
  • Assessment of breathing in cardiac arrest – a randomised controlled trial of three teaching methods (Niklas Breindahl)
  • Use of mobile eye-tracking glasses to measure the fidelity of simulation based medical education during ALS scenario teaching (Gábor Fritúz)
  • Post-cardiac arrest management and prognostication (Roma Kalaria)
  • Perception of summative assessments after advanced life support courses – a focus group study (Paulina Kaluza)
  • Comparison of effectiveness of video-based only, video-based with self instruction kit and conventional resuscitation training for primary school children (Bálint Bánfai)
Focus on Basic Life Support

19:30 - 20:30 CEST

Chaired by Theresa Olasveengen & Therese Djärv.

A moderated discussion:

  • Recognising cardiac arrest (Maaret Castrén)
  • Getting help (Mike Smyth)
  • AEDs (Giuseppe Ristagno)
Philips invites...

20:00 - 21:00 CEST

Industry session

Title: How do I launch a successful Community Responder program? 

Content: A discussion by different leaders and stakeholders of the steps needed for a successful citizen responder program to increase survival from sudden cardiac arrest.

Elements discussed include:

1.            The overall effectiveness of citizen responder programs

2.            Components of a citizen responder alert program

3.            How to build a citizen responder network

4.            How to build an AED network through activating communities

5.            Established protocols - a case study of the COVID-19 impact on      responder and alerting protocols

6.            Maintaining the responder program through local partnerships

7.            Measurement and Analysis of the key performance indicator

Post-resuscitation care: Where are we now?

20:15 - 21:15 CEST

Chaired by Jerry Nolan & Kate Berg.

A moderated discussion:

  • TTM - Where are we now? (Fabio Silvio Taccone)
  • Myoclonus (Tobias Cronberg)
  • The EEG after cardiac arrest: when, how and what for? (Janneke Horn)
  • Multimodal prognostication (Claudio Sandroni)
Late Night with a GIANT

21:15 - 22:00 CEST

Chaired by Jasmeet Soar, Jessica Rogers & Maria Georgiou.

GIANTS: Leo Bossaert – Douglas Chamberlain - Jerry Nolan - Tore Laerdal (representing the Laerdal Foundation)

Going virtual
  • Welcome (Jerry Nolan – Uwe Kreimeier)
  • The program (Jasmeet Soar)
  • The congress Platform: How to get the most out of it? (Patrick Van de Voorde)
We all like playing games
  • Don’t we? (Patrick Van de Voorde)
  • Abstract Sessions (Jasmeet Soar - Theresa Olasveengen)
  • A virtual CPR competition (Robin Davies - Ferenc Sari)
CPR in times of COVID (pre-recorded, with a possibility to chat with the authors)
  • COVID & CPR overview (Gavin Perkins)
  • COVID & BLS (Theresa Olasveengen)
  • COVID & ALS (Jasmeet Soar)
  • COVID & PLS (Patrick Van de Voorde)
  • COVID & NLS (John Madar)
  • COVID & courses (Robert Greif)
Abstract Poster Tour sessions (pre-recorded, with a possibility to chat with the authors)

5 separate sessions:

  • ALS
  • BLS
  • Education & implementation
  • Resuscitation systems
  • Other

Friday 23 October 2020

ESCAPE NET meeting

10:00 - 12:00 CEST

Chaired by Marieke Blom, Mattias Ringh & Giuseppe Ristagno.

A moderated discussion: 

  • Goals & achievements of the ESCAPE-NET project (Hanno Tan) (pre-recorded only) 
  • Socio-economic status and survival after OHCA (Iris Oving)
  • Effects of dispatching lay-responders (Martin Jonssen)
  • AED density and OHCA coverage in X European countries (Julie Samsøe Kjølbye)
  • A health economics model to evaluate first response initiatives (Anam Ahmed) (pre-recorded only) 
  • Proceedings from the AMSA trial (Francesca Fumagali)
  • Proceedings of the Czech Cardiac Arrest Registry (Anatolij Truhlář)
Cosy 2020 & updated ERC course rules explained

Best to watch before attending the Q&A

Free paper session 4: New technologies + Paediatric resuscitation

12:00 - 13:00 CEST

Chaired by Dominique Biarent, Marios Georgiou & Maria Georgiou.

  • Admission to Cardiac Arrest Centres in England (Terry Brown)
  • Use of live video streaming from bystander’s smartphone in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (Gitte Linderoth)
  • Greater Guideline Adherence with Use of Real-time Ventilation Feedback during Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest – a Randomized Simulation Trial (Lyra Clark)
  • Impact of bystander cardiopulmonary resuscitation for paediatric out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in England. (Hussin Albargi)
  • Long-term prognosis according to the rhythm before the first ROSC in paediatric OHCA and EDCA. (Nieves de Lucas)
  • Effect of bicarbonate administration on outcome in children in cardiac arrest. (Nieves de Lucas)
Cosy 2020 & ERC course rules explained

12:00 - 14:00 CEST

If you have any questions after watching the COSY 2020 info session, ask: (Robert Greif – Patrick Van de Voorde)

Industry session by INNOSONIAN

12:30 - 13:30 CEST

Innosonian Europe (IE) welcome you to our Webinar where we will be able to update you on our current range of Brayden manikins.   IE will also introduce exciting new developments such as Brayden Online.  IE will show how Brayden Online enables the Brayden Pro adult manikin and the new Brayden Baby Pro to provide numeric quantitative CPR performance data.  Brayden Online also enables these manikins to be integrated into an easy to use, flexible and cost effective self-directed learning system – perfect for use in these COVID restricted times and currently being used in Europe.  Please come to our Webinar to hear and see more.

Free paper session 3: Epidemiology & outcomes

13:00 - 14:00 CEST

Chaired by Jan-Thorsten Gräsner, Siobhan Masterson & Franziska Wagner.

  • Self-reported health among cardiac arrest survivors – broader perspective using the Health index (Johan Israelsson)
  • In-hospital vs. out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: differences in patient characteristics and short- and long-term survival (Maria Hoeybye)
  • Do-not-resuscitate orders in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: Incidence rate of orders, causes of non-compliance and consequences on patients (Dennis Rupp)
  • Survival in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrests Presenting With an Initial Non-Shockable Rhythm in England (Terry Brown)
  • Are Public Acces Defibrillators Disproportionately Placed in Affluent Areas in England? (Terry Brown)
  • In-hospital cardiac arrest audit: an audit reviewing outcomes (Mahima Charan)
Focus on NLS

13:30 - 14:30 CEST

Chaired by John Madar & Myra Wyckoff .

A moderated discussion:

  • The intact cord (Arjan Te Pas)
  • Oxygen (Charles Roehr)
  • Airway management: LMA for all (Daniele Trevisanuto)
  • Capnography for all (Joe Fawke)
Systems save lives...

14:00 - 15:00 CEST

Chaired by Federico Semeraro, Theresa Olasveengen & Hilidigunnur Svavarsdóttir.

A moderated discussion:

  • Restart a heart (Andy Lockey)
  • Using technology to get help (Mark Wilson)
  • Machine Learning (Freddy Lippert)

Comment here on the new ERC Guidelines for public comment.

CPR competition: paediatric scenario

14:30 - 15:30 CEST

Chaired by Robin Davies – Lucas Pflanzl-Knizacek - Ferenc Sari.

Who will win this prestigious competition? (Judges: Ian Maconochie & Patrick Van de Voorde)

Industry Session by ZOLL: Improving Management of TBI and Cardiac Arrest — Training and Technology to Enhance Patient Care

14:45 - 15:45 CEST

Moderator: Annemarie Silver, Director of Scientific Affairs, ZOLL Medical

Speaker 1: Ben Bobrow, MD, FACEP, EPIC Co-Director and Chair for Department of Emergency Medicine at UT Health

Title of his talk: Prehospital Interventions to Improve Outcomes from Traumatic Brain Injury

•       Results shared of the first large-scale evaluation of the impact of the prehospital TBI Treatment Guidelines conducted anywhere in the world

•       Emphasize avoidance/ treatment of hypoxia, prevention/correction of hyperventilation, and avoidance/treatment of hypotension


Speaker 2: Rasmus Lyngby,  paramedic at Copenhagen EMS, PhD Student at Kingston University, London  

Title of his talk: Real-time Ventilation Feedback for Out-of-hospital Cardiac Arrest

•       Challenges in manual ventilation in the pre-hospital setting

•       Real-time ventilation feedback - Results from a randomised simulation trial

•       The future of real-time feedback in EMS



Also visit ZOLL’s virtual booth

NLS in depth

15:00 - 16:00 CEST

Chaired by Jonathan Wyllie & Charles Roehr.

A moderated discussion:

  • Extrapolating from non-human studies (Myra Wyckoff)
  • Adrenaline (Georg Schmolzer)
  • Rare Scenarios (Elizabeth Foglia)
  • Decision making in delivery room (Christiane Skåre)
Focus on advanced life support

15:30 - 16:30 CEST

Chaired by Jasmeet Soar & Kate Berg.

A moderated discussion:

  • Prevention (Therese Djärv)
  • Defibrillation (Charles Deakin)
  • IV v IO drugs (Jerry Nolan)
  • Ultrasound (Susanna Price)
CPR competition: newborn scenario

16:00 - 17:00 CEST

Chaired by Robin Davies – Lucas Pflanzl-Knizacek - Ferenc Sari


Who will win this prestigious competition? (Judges: Madar - Roehr)

Focus on paediatric life support

16:00 - 17:00 CEST

Chaired by Ian Maconochie & Dominique Biarent.

A moderated discussion:

  • Epidemiology and outcomes of cardiac arrest in children (Janice Tijssen)
  • ILCOR Paediatric Outcomes (POSCA) (Alexis Topjian)
  • Family presence (Katie Dainty)
Free paper session 5: Post-resuscitation care

16:30 - 17:30 CEST

Chaired by Nikolaos Nikolaou, Anna Bichmann & Michael Smith.

  • Incidence and predictors of delirium after cardiac arrest – a retrospective registry (Nico Aicher)
  • Health status and emotional distress among cardiac arrest survivors in relation to neurological outcome (Karin Steel)
  • Interactions between post-cardiac arrest outcome measures – A post-hoc analysis of the TTM-trial (Erik Blennow Nordström)
  • Expert mental models for predicting outcomes after cardiac arrest (Alexis Steinberg)
  • Effect on cerebral metabolites of hypertonic sodium lactate infusion after resuscitation in an experimental model of cardiac arrest (Filippo Annoni)
  • Biomarkers of survival after extracorporeal life support system implantation (Calypso Faye)
Industry Session by CORPULS

17:00 - 18:00 CEST

During this Webinar we will present you with some of the technologies we have developed to support rescuers in delivering high quality CPR.

Participants receive an overview of what is currently available from corpuls to support them during their daily work.

Experts from corpuls will be available for everybody to ask questions and discuss ideas.

Focus on paediatric life support 2

17:30 - 18:30 CEST

Chaired by Patrick Van de Voorde & Dominique Biarent.

A moderated discussion:

  • Controversies (Ian Maconochie)
  • Should lay people omit rescue breaths in children? (Janice Tijssen)
  • Airway management in the Emergency Department (Gene Ong)
  • Post resuscitation care (Barney Scholefield)
ERC Research NET 2020 Annual Meeting

18:00 - 19:30 CEST

Chaired by Bernd Böttiger & Charles Deakin.

A moderated discussion:

  • Intro (Bernd Böttiger, Charles Deakin)
  • ESCAPE-NET - The most important results from HORIZON 2020 EU Commission funded multinational projects on cardiac arrest and CPR (Hanno Tan) 
  • Emergency EYE - Results from the EU EIT funded project (Wolfgang Wetsch)
  • EuReCa – New results and perspectives (Jan-Torsten Gräsner)
  • International registry of pediatric in-hospital cardiac arrest & quality of pediatric resuscitation (Jimena del Castillo)
  • KIDS SAVE LIVES in Europe and in the World 2020 (Federico Semeraro)
  • iProcure Security – Emergency medical systems in Europe (Andrea Scapigliati)
  • Post-cardiac arrest prognostication (Yasmeen Taalab)
  • New insights from the PEACE, the ENSURE and the THUNDER studies (Simone Savastano)
  • ERC Studies on Education (Robert Greif)
Focus on special circumstances

18:30 - 19:30 CEST

Chaired by Carsten Lott & Anatolij Truhlar.

A moderated discussion:

  • Hypothermia (Peter Paal)
  • Sepsis (Joyce Yeung)
  • Space (Jochen Hinkelbein)

18:30 - 19:30 CEST

Industry session. 

Title: The solution of CPR in COVID-19.

Content: Mr. Tony Liu, SunLife international marketing specialist, analyzes the cause of COVID-19 cardiac arrest and introduces SunLife’s solution for cardiac arrest in this global pandemic. 

Focus on First Aid

19:30 - 20:30 CEST

Chaired by Pascal Cassan & Jestin Carlson

A moderated discussion:

  • Using the limited evidence (Vere Borra)
  • Medical first aid (Eunice Singletary)
  • Trauma first aid (David Zideman)
  • Panel discussion - topics for the future
The ethics of resuscitation

20:00 - 21:15 CEST

Chaired by Patrick Van de Voorde & Leo Bossaert.

A moderated discussion:

  • European Survey 2019 Highlights (Spyros Mentzelopoulos)
  • CPR in the elderly (Patrick Druwé)
  • Organ donation (Keith Couper)
  • ReSPECT Resuscitation discussions and decisions: a new paradigm (Zoe Fritz)
Philips invites...

20:15 - 21:15 CEST

Industry session

Title: Pre-hospital care of Traumatic Cardiac Arrest

Content: Professor Richard Lyon MBE will discuss his experience as a prehospital emergency doctor and the management of a traumatic cardiac arrest patient. Warning - This includes real life videos and photos of a graphic nature.

Professor Richard Lyon MBE (MBChB(Hons) MD MRCP FRCEM FCPara FIMC(RCS Ed) Consultant in Emergency Medicine and Pre-hospital Care


Late night from North America

21:15 - 22:00 CEST

Chaired by Jerry Nolan & Clare Morden.

Guests: Lance Becker - Robert Berg - Mary Fran Hazinski - Laurie Morrison 

Saturday 24 October 2020

Free paper session 6: Rapid response and Resuscitation Systems

08:30 - 09:30 CEST

Chaired by Keith Couper, Diana Cimpoesu & James Nicholson.

  • Explainable Model of Deep Learning for Outcomes Prediction of In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest Patients (Chienyu Chi)
  • An investigation into telephone dispatchers accuracy in identifying out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (Kristel Gram)
  • Long-term evolution of kidney graft donation procedures in uncontrolled donors after cardiac death in the community of Madrid (Alonso Mateos Rodriguez)
  • Psychological Impact on Citizen Responders Activated by a Mobile Phone Application (Astrid Marie Rolin Kragh)
  • The potential for bystander defibrillation for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in two regions of the UK. (Christopher Smith)
CPR competition: adult scenario

09:00 - 10:00 CEST

Chaired by Robin Davies – Ferenc Sari - Lucas Pflanzl-Knizacek .

Who will win this prestigious competition? (Judges: Carsten Lott & Ileana Lulic)

Survivor Session 1

09:30 - 10:30 CEST

Chaired by Kelly Sawyer.

Moderated by Katie Dainty, Sue Hampshire & William Toff.

A moderated discussion:

  • What's it like tobe a survivor (Paul Swindell)
  • What's it like to be a rescuer (Stuart Menzies) 
  • New normality (data drive outcomes/ experiences) (Kirstie Haywood) 
  • What patient want and how can we make survivorship better (Thomas Keeble)
Industry Session by INTERSURGICAL: Infection considerations, the use of i-gel and i-view & video laryngoscope

10:00 - 11:00 CEST

David Chapman, the Airway Group Product Manager at Intersurgical will be discussing the i-gel supraglottic airway and i-view video laryngoscope in relation to resuscitation. David will be joined by Sean Duggan, the Anaesthesia & Breathing Filters Group Product Manager, who will be discussing the importance of Filtration in the context of Covid-19.

Focus on post-resuscitation care

10:30 - 11:30 CEST

Chaired by Nikolaos Nikolaou, Cornelia Genbrugge & Jerry Nolan.

A moderated discussion:

  • Primary PCI post cardiac arrest - the evidence (Michelle Welsford)
  • Blood pressure targets - heart v brain (Markus Skrifvars)
  • Cardiac Arrest Centres (Tiffany Patterson)
  • Investigating survivors with no ischaemic heart disease (Sanjay Sharma)
Young ERC

10:30 - 11:30 CEST

- Welcome, introduction, who are the young ERC and what are we about  (Clare Morden, Jessica Rogers)

- YERC Quiz (James Nicholson, Michael Smith)

- Civility saves lives (Joe Farmer)

- Q&A expert panel on getting started in research (with Kasper Lauridsen, Anna Bichmann and more)

- Speciality updates from committee, closing remarks, hand over to incoming chair

Focus on education

11:00 - 12:00 CEST

Chaired by Robert Greif & Patricia Conaghan.

A moderated discussion:

  • Education Principles of ERC Courses (Salma Shammet)
  • Tailoring education for different groups (Artem Kuzovlev)
  • Faculty development (Jan Breckwoldt)
  • Effect of experience and exposure (Janet Bray)
Industry Session by WEINMANN Emergency

11:30 - 12:30 CEST

Mechanical ventilation during resuscitation 

Prof. Dr. Clemens Kill ( Director of the Center for Emergency Medicine , University Hospital Essen, Germany ) will present a scientific review on ventilation and resuscitation focussing on the new mechanical ventilation method for resuscitation CCSV, Chest Compression Synchronized Ventilation. This session includes the working principle and current scientific findings as well as a live demonstration of CCSV.

Targeted temperature management: a debate

12:00 - 13:00 CEST

Chaired by Fabio Silvio Taccone & Kate Berg.

A moderated discussion:

  • TTM - 33 is best (Benjamin Abella)
  • TTM - lets wait and see (Hans Friberg)
  • Panel discussion (Tobias Cronberg - Sarah Perman - Robert Neumar)
Approaches to education

12:30 - 13:30 CEST

Chaired by Ross Fisher & Sandra Viggers.

A moderated discussion:

  • The P3 approach to lecturing (Ross Fisher)
  • How to do FOAMEd? (Simon Carley)
  • The best way to learn? (Sandra Viggers)
Industry Session by Stryker

12:30 - 13:30 CEST



Professor Lars Wik will talk about Mechanical Chest Compression Devices during CPR. Evidence in perspective


Speaker Bio


Lars Wik MD, PhD, is a Senior Consultant of Anesthesiology at Oslo University Hospital and the Norwegian National Advisory Unit on Prehospital Emergency Medicine (NAKOS), where he also holds a position as a Senior Researcher. He actively practices clinical prehospital emergency medicine and conducts advanced research on cardiac arrest and trauma while working with the manned doctor car in Oslo. In addition, he has regular shifts at Oslo University Hospital Anesthesia department.


Since 1985 Lars has been active in conducting clinical and experimental research into mechanical CPR. He was the Principal Investigator for the CIRC randomized controlled trial and led several clinical outcome studies that have resulted in the change of resuscitation guidelines. Lars' work has generated contributions to about 100 publications (JAMA, NEJM, Circulation, Resuscitation) resulting in several invitations to present at congresses run by the European Resuscitation Council and American Heart Association. Lars also holds several patents related to Emergency Medicine technology

Survivor Session 2: challenges, assessments and treatments for survivors and families

13:00 - 13:55 CEST

Chaired by Hans Friberg.

Moderated by Marco Mion, Gisella Lilja & Thomas Keeble.

A moderated discussion:

  • Fatigue (Donna Malley)
  • Memory (Barbara Wilson) 
  • Cognitive and psychological assessment and treatments (Rosalind Case) 
  • Return to work (Karen Smith)
Best of the Best competition

13:30 - 14:30 CEST

Chaired by Gavin Perkins.

Judges: Andy Lockey, Markus Skrifvars & Kate Berg.

Who from these 5 authors will present the best free paper?

  • Duration of prehospital resuscitative efforts before termination of resuscitation is not associated with survival to hospital discharge after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (Masashi Okubo)
  • An evaluation of the GoodSAM volunteer first-responder app for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest in two UK ambulance services (Christopher Smith)
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation with chest compressions during sustained inflations in a pediatric porcine model – A randomized control animal trial (Georg Schmolzer)
  • Analyzing the heart rhythm during chest compressions: performance and clinical value of a new AED algorithm (Corina de Graaf)
  • Non-Technical Skills in ERC CPR Competition Teams: An Observational Study (Bernhard Kowalski)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
Survivor Session 3: Supporting survivors and families around the world

14:00 - 15:00 CEST

Chaired by Karen Smith.

Moderated by Benjamin Abella, Paul Swindell & Kelly Sawyer.

A moderated discussion:

  • The New York model (4C) / Impact of COVID (Sachin Agarwal) 
  • Denmark (Vicky Joshi)
  • Lund/ TTM2 (Gisella Lilja)
Industry Session by PULSARA

14:30 - 15:30 CEST

More info coming soon...

Peter Steen Young Investigator Award

14:30 - 15:30 CEST

​Chaired by Jas Soar.

Judges: Jerry Nolan, Sandra Viggers & Cornelia Genbrugge.

  • Physician decision-making regarding neurologic prognostication after cardiac arrest (Alexis Steinberg)
  • Walking Towards Personalized CPR (Youcef Azeli)
  • Prediction of neurological outcome after cardiac arrest and targeted temperature management (Marion Moseby-Knappe)
Resuscitation in sport

15:30 - 16:30 CEST

Chaired by Freddy Lippert & Joyce Yeung.

A moderated discussion:

  • Sudden arrest during sport - epidemiology (Laurie Morrison)
  • Prevention (Sanjay Sharma)
  • Field of play (David Zideman)
Closing ceremony

16:30 - 17:30 CEST

  • Keynote: Negovsky lecture (Tobias Cronberg)
  • Awards & prices (Jerry Nolan - Koen Monsieurs)
  • The FUTURE is NOW (Koen Monsieurs)