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9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference

The 9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference sponsored by the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation will be held virtually for 2020. All conference presentations will be pre-recorded and available for viewing, at your leisure, from late October until November 30, 2020. The conference presentations also will be delivered, along with live workshops and Q&A sessions, on November 5-7, 2020.  For those who cannot participate in the live workshops and Q&A sessions, they will be recorded and made available, via the conference online platform, during the remainder of November 2020.

There is a ~50% discount for Hopkins staff, students and faculty to attend the conference. Please call the CME office (410-502-9634) to register.

The deadline to register is October 30, 2020.

For more information, please visit:

This conference builds on last year’s conference, attended by >700 participants from across the U.S. and around the world. Each year, the two-day Main Conference, offers all-new content to provide an up-to-date learning experience with multi-disciplinary attendees and speakers. The Main Conference includes evidence-based content and the “latest updates” from the literature over the past year. The Main Conference also includes 7 simultaneous workshops for smaller group learning. This conference promotes the kind of collaboration needed for successful early mobility/rehabilitation programs in adult and pediatric ICUs.

In addition to the Main Conference, there are 4 different one-day Foundations courses or Pre-Conference options:

  1. Adult ICU Rehabilitation Foundations course,
  2. Pediatric ICU Rehabilitation Foundations course,
  3. Combatting the Hospital Immobility Harm Foundations course,
  4. "ICU Follow-Up Clinic" Pre-Conference (an all-new pre-conference for 2020!).

The content of the three foundations courses remains similar from year to year, and provides basic information recommended for first-time conference attendees. For repeat attendees, we recommend registering for the Pre-Conference (Option #4 above) with its brand-new content and outstanding speakers from across the USA.

For more details and registration, click here.

Please email with any questions.


Kelsey Bennett