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Working together to improve post-cardiac arrest management

POSTCAM Programme

10 June 2021 from 17:00 to 19:00

To improve the quality of post-resuscitation care across Europe, the Association for Acute CardioVascular Care (ACVC) of the ESC, together with the European Resuscitation Council (ERC), the European Society of Emergency Medicine (EUSEM) and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) are planning to run a multidisciplinary programme on post-cardiac arrest management (POSTCAM) in order to optimise patient care and outcomes.

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On the basis of existing scientific evidence and expert consensus – the objectives of this workshop are to finalise a survey enabling the exploration of the current standard of care across Europe related to post-resuscitation care.


  • 10 June 2021 in Zoom
  • from 17:00 to 19:00

The workshop structure

17:00 - 18:00 - Plenary session (up to 200 pax)

Speakers: Pablo Jorge Perez (ES) & Johannes Grand (DK)

  • Introduction and questions
  • Project description and survey presentation
  • break-out objectives and rules

18:00 - 19:00 - Break-out sessions

You can attend one break-out session only - first come first served (break-out are limited to 30 pax max)

  • Management cardiac arrest centres and prehospital care 
  • Hemodynamics and acute coronary angiography 
  • TTM & early intensive care management 
  • Neuroprognostication


Please register for our workshop and take part to represent your country!

Register by 1 June 2021


Registration process & rules

Participant must pre-register for the workshop (only pre-registered participant can receive zoom link to connect)

  • The plenary session (17:00-18:00) is opened to all (up to 200 persons)
  • All participant will be muted and able to interact  via the chat only
  • A moderator will collect and transfer the most relevant questions to speakers
  • At the end, each participant will be redirected to its workshop (if selected)
  • To optimise the discussion, breakout participation will be limited to 30 persons per session (First-come / First-served basis) – please select the only one when pre-registering

Selected candidates will receive a Zoom link to attend both plenary & assigned breakout.

However, to allow each of you to contribute, If you’re not selected, you will be welcome to submit your comments by email - we kindly ask for your understanding.

Any question you can contact