The XXVI congress of the Czech Society of Anaesthesiology, Resuscitation and Intensive Medicine

From 2 to 4 October 2019, the XXVI congress of the Czech Society of Anaesthesiology, Resuscitation and Intensive Medicine took place in the Brno Exhibition Center. The organization of the congress and the scholarly program was also largely attended by employees of the Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University and the University Hospital Brno, who significantly participated in the scholarly program, and were also represented in the scientific and organizational committee of the Society.

18 Oct 2019

More than 1100 participants from all over the Czech Republic and Slovakia participated in the congress.
Among the speakers were members of the expert team of the strategic project MUNI 4.0 and SIMU Štourač, Schwarz, Kosinova, Harazim, Prokopova, Klučka and Kratochvíl.

The expert project team also participated in the preparation of three workshops (out of a total of 11). "Workshop focused on teaching artificial lung ventilation" took place on Friday under the baton of Milan Kratochvil and Mark Kovar. The second workshop entitled "How to Prepare a Lesson Using Interactive Algorithms AKUTNĚ.CZ" led by Hana Harazim, Tereza Prokopová and Olga Smékalová focused on anaesthesiologists involved in medical education or first aid training (for other specializations or non-medical healthcare profession ). Lecturers introduced the concept of "virtual patient" and the basic principles of "Problem-Based Learning". The third workshop focused on demonstrating ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia was "Distributed workshop in regional anesthesia", where one of the lecturers was Martina Kosinová.

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