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    Beginning January 1, 2013, the price of AHA English-language course completion cards will be as follows: Basic Life Support course cards – $2.00/card • Includes Heartsaver® and BLS for Healthcare Providers • Includes both provider and Instructor cards Intermediate and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support cards – $4.50/card • Includes ACLS, PALS and PEARS® • Includes both provider and Instructor cards This pricing will be effective for all English course cards EXCEPT the Heartsaver CPR in Schools card.
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    Welcome Alyson!  We are happy you are able to share your expertise with us in the HeartQuarters booth # 2035!

     
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    Hello guys, my name is Moiz and am currently a first year cardiology fellow at Winthrop University Hospital,  NY. This is my second time attending an AHA SS meeting. It would be great to discuss the important and favorite sessions in this forum. Todays early career sessions were very insightful. My question to the community is if any cardiology fellows in training in this community who have been successful in securing funding for their research, could you please share your experiences. Thank you.
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    I'm excited to be attending Sessions for the first time this year in order to share the benefits and features of the Professional Online Network.

    Have questions about the Network or want to learn about the latest features? I'll be in the Council Connections Center throughout the conference, so please come by for a demo, to ask questions, give feedback or just to say hello!

    Thank you and look forward to seeing you in LA!
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    UPDATE:  The CPR-O-RAMA application deadline has been extended to August 31, 2012!
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    Applications are now being accepted for CPR-O-RAMA!
    Application Deadline: July 20, 2012 

    Apply for CPR-O-RAMA

    The 2010 AHA Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Emergency Cardiovascular Care place increased emphasis on performance of high-quality CPR. Several communities have reported improved outcomes after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest after implementing improved CPR. Usually the Resuscitation Science Symposium (ReSS) includes an informal, fun event on the Saturday evening program. This year, the ReSS organizers invite submission of brief descriptions of prolonged resuscitations of cardiac arrest that resulted in survival to discharge.   Cas...
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    Join us for the Resuscitation Science Symposium (ReSS) 2012 in Los Angeles, California!

    ReSS 2012 is the premier meeting for scientists and clinicians who want to stay on the cutting edge of resuscitation.  An international forum for fundamental, translational, clinical and population scientists and care providers to discuss recent advances related to treating cardiopulmonary arrest and life-threatening traumatic injury. With an increasing understanding of the shared pathophysiology between cardiac arrest and traumatic injury at multiple levels of biological organization, ReSS can provide a unique opportunity for transdisciplinary interactions that rapidly translate advan...