9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference
November 5-7, 2020
Early rehabilitation of hospitalized patients can reduce muscle weakness, physical impairments and delirium. Yet achieving these outcomes is no simple task. Beyond understanding the science, it requires collaboration and coordination between clinicians who have traditionally worked in “silos.” This conference will bridge the interdisciplinary gap from research to the bedside, and bring together clinical experts who are creating a culture based on proactive rehabilitation.
What Past Participants Are Saying
“I have attended three of the first four Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation conferences. If I can go to one conference a year, this is by far the one I would choose. I always come away with new knowledge and contacts. Add to this the accessibility of the Johns Hopkins team and the days spent are well worth it!” – Cynthia K. Fine, MSN, CRRN, Clinical Program Coordinator – ICU Early Mobilization Program
“This conference provides excellent resources and networking opportunities for all health care professionals … I learned a great deal from the interdisciplinary presentations, and the comprehensive discussions about the prevalence of delirium, post-traumatic stress disorder and post-intensive care syndrome in ICU survivors.” – Claudine Campbell, MOT, OTR/L, CLT, Occupational Therapy Manager, Rehabilitation Service
How to Register
CALL for ABSTRACTS for POSTERS & ORAL PRESENTATIONS
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Conference Related News & Articles
- *New* An overview of the ‘PICU Up!’ mobility program at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, written by Dr. Sapna R. Kudchadkar, MD and featured in ICU Management & Practice, Volume 19 – Issue 2, 2019. Free Full Article
8th Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference Materials
Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab (*New*)
A 48 year old ICU survivor describes her experience in the ICU and her thoughts on the importance of rehab in her recovery during the Eighth Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference.
Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab (*New*)
A 17 year old ICU survivor and his mother describe their experience in the pediatric ICU and thoughts on the importance of rehab in his recovery during the Eighth Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference.
7th Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference Materials
- Literature List
- Abstract/Poster Presentations
- Twitter Transcript. The “Latest” tab shows all tweets (reverse chronological order); “Top” tab shows most popular tweets; “Photos” tab shows images of speakers and slides.
- Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab: A 46 year old woman describes her experience in the ICU and her experience in the ICU and her thoughts on the importance of rehab in her recovery during the Seventh Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference
3 Minute Version (3:12) | Full Length (39:09)
- Adolescent Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab: A previously-healthy adolescent boy describes his experiences in the ICU and his thoughts on rehab during the Seventh Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference
3 Minute Version (3:57) | Full Length (43:24)
6th Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference Materials
5th Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference Materials
E-learning Modules on ICU Rehabilitation
These e-learning modules are recordings from selected live sessions at the Third and Fourth Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conferences. There are 3 unique modules as outlined below:
Evaluating Patients with Critical Illness: An Introduction for Rehabilitation Professionals (duration: 3.25 hours; $135)
This module, from the 4th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference, provides a basic understanding of the critical care environment (including ICU devices, medications, and mechanical ventilation) tailored for rehabilitation clinicians, including assessment tools and clinical decision-making principles for safe rehabilitation of ICU patients. Target audience: Rehabilitation Clinicians, including PT, OT, SLP, Rehabilitation Techs and Assistants
Module 1: The Basics of Creating and Sustaining an Early Rehabilitation Program (duration: 3.5 hours; $135)
This module, from the 3rd Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference, includes the following topics: rationale and evidence for early rehabilitation; basics of implementing and sustaining an ICU rehabilitation program (including aspects of culture change and structured quality improvement methods); importance of ICU delirium and strategies to manage it; and the roles of PT, OT, SLP, RT and RN in an early rehabilitation program.
Module 2: Advanced Topics in Early Rehabilitation of Critically Ill Patients (duration: 5.5 hours; $175)
This module, from the 3rd Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference, includes the following topics: patient and family perspective on early rehab and ICU survivorship; selected literature on outcomes after critical illness; multi-disciplinary rehabilitation interventions in the ICU; and ways to expand the scope of early rehabilitation in the ICU and across the hospital, including improving sedation and delirium practice, and measuring patient functional status.
ICU Rehab Resource Sheet
Frequently updated list of upcoming live ICU Rehabilitation related conferences & electronic resources.Version 4.2.2020
Get more information about free tools for ICU rehabilitation and educational materials.
This activity is intended for physicians (critical care, pulmonologists, physiatrists, physchiatrists), physical therapists, occupational therapists, rehabilitation assistants, speech language pathologists, respiratory therapists, nurses, nurse practitioners, psychologists, physician assistants and hospital administrators.
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACGME) to provide continuing medical education education for physicians.
Credit Designation Statement
The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine designates this live for a maximum of 18.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Policy On Speaker And Provider Disclosure
It is the policy of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine that the speaker and provider disclose real or apparent conflicts of interest relating to the topics of this educational activity, and also disclose discussions of unlabeled/unapproved uses of drugs or devices during their presentation(s). The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine OCME has established policies in place that will identify and resolve all conflicts of interest prior to this educational activity. Detailed disclosure will be made in the activity handout materials.
See conference brochure for information on other continuing education credits.