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#BMBTL21 is a conference on resuscitation that focuses on the skills and knowledge needed to bring your critically ill patients…back to life

With cutting-edge topics and a world-class faculty, the conferences will be packed with clinical pearls and only the stuff that matters!

Ventilation, pediatric pearls, trauma, human factors, ultrasound, and so much more…don’t miss this amazing conference!

Our show will be broadcast LIVE from Quebec city on June 9th, 2021!

Speakers

  • Scott Weingart

    Scott is an ED Intensivist from New York. He did fellowships in Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, and ECMO. He is best known for talking to himself about Resuscitation and Critical Care on a podcast called EMCrit, which has been downloaded >20 million times.

  • Sara Crager

    Critical Care & Emergency Physician at UCLA. Medical Educator. ICU Fundamentals at EM:RAP. Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.

  • Benjamin S Abella

    Professor of Emergency Medicine and Director of the Center for Resuscitation Science at the University of Pennsylvania. Favorite save: helped cool a resuscitated soldier in Iraq who made a full recovery. Proud mentor of other resuscitation scientists, and once wrapped Dr. Sanjay Gupta in cooling pads for a CNN special on cardiac arrest.

  • Haney Mallemat

    Emergency, Medicine, Critical Care, and everything in between. Follow me @crtiicalcarenow on all the social networks

  • Evie Marcolini

    Evie Marcolini practices Emergency Medicine and Neurocritical Care at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Hanover, New Hampshire. Evie is passionate about the role of the Emergency Physician in improving outcome for patients with acute neurologic illness and injury. When it is cold enough, she can be found skijoring behind her 2 Siberian Huskies.

  • Christopher Hicks

    Emergency physician and trauma team leader at St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto. Chris is an avid speaker and lecturer, staunch #FOAMed supporter, occasional runner and cyclist, fledgling boxer, semi-retired pianist, and proud father of three lunatic boys.

  • Jade Séguin

    Pediatric Emergency Physician @HopitalChildren. Point-of Care ultrasound Fellowship @SickKidsNews. Assistant Professor @McGillu. Trauma Team Leader. Educator. Clinical researcher. Innovator. Part-time skier. Slow runner. Globetrotter on sabbatical. Happy mom. Spoiled wife. Curious foodie.

  • Jean-François Lanctôt

    Emergency physician and innovator. Coined the name of the conference.

  • Laurie Robichaud

    Emergency Medicine Specialist @Jewish General Hospital & Hopital du Suroit Assistant Professor, Department of EM @McGill University POCUS Lover/Educator/Addict

  • Frédéric Lemaire

    Emergency physician @Charles Lemoyne Hospital, founder of the EZDrips App. Wannabe programmer, rock climbing enthusiast, lucky father of two energetic monsters

  • Jason Brooks

    Mental Performance Coach Helping folks elevate their mental game, and live an inspired life There’s an even better “best” inside you Consciousness. Purpose. Performance.

  • Felipe Teran

    ED physician and cardiac arrest researcher, trained in emergency ultrasound and critical care echocardiography, with special interest in the use and study of transesophageal echocardiography (TEE). He leads an international registry on TEE and is founder and course director of The Resuscitative TEE Workshop, a course that has helped train over 600 clinicians on the use of critical care TEE globally.

  • Dat Nguyen-Dinh

    Works in emergency medicine & community ICU !

  • Lior Bibas

    Cardiologist. Intensivist. CANCARE Board Member. He is happily busy between the cardiac intensive care, the general medical and surgical critical care, the outpatient cardiology clinic, and the echocardiography lab.

  • Maxime Valois

    Max likes to talk/teach/innovate ultrasound stuff. Sometimes, he takes a break and goes work a shift in the ED !

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