Hospitalist & Resusitationist 2023 has ended
HR2023 is a cutting edge acute care medicine conference that will give you the latest in evidence based, physiology informed practice. In this hybrid format (online + in-person) there are two tracks for the conference (you choose live which one you want to attend!). One is focused on hospitalist medicine and the other on resuscitation. Both come with a world-class speakers, practical physiology, and workshops.

HR2023 runs September 28th and 29th at the Montreal Heart Institute, with pre and post conferences on the 27th and 30th of September. If you can’t make it in-person, register for the online-only option to access dozens of high-quality pre-recorded lectures, and then also zoom into the conference live on the days of.

On the "Schedule" tab of this website, you will find the core-conference program, but you can discover the amazing pre-conference lectures offered online, in the "Pre-Conference Material" tab. 


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Ben Daxon

MD, Associate Program Director, Critical Care Medicine-Anesthesiology Fellowship, Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine
Mayo Clinic
Dr. Ben Daxon completed medical school at the University of Oklahoma and completed his
internship and residency in anesthesiology on active duty with the US Army at Walter Reed
National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. He then served for one year as a staff
anesthesiologist at Walter Reed before being stationed in Landstuhl, Germany at Landstuhl
Regional Medical Center. While there he served as Chair of OB Anesthesia, PACU Director, and
eventually Vice Chair of the department. In 2016 he volunteered for a deployment to Afghanistan
and served as the Medical Director for the primary NATO hospital in Kabul. He was awarded the
meritorious service medal for his efforts.

Dr. Daxon separated from the Army in 2017 as a Major and worked at Mayo Clinic before
completing a critical care fellowship and being awarded Chief Fellow in 2018. He has since served
as the Associate Program Director for the Anesthesia Critical Care Fellowship, Assistant Director
for the Mayo Clinic Respiratory Care Program, and is the anesthesia representative on the Critical
Care Independent Multidisciplinary Program’s division for education. He splits his time between the
ICU and OR, working primarily in the transplant ICU and the neuroanesthesia division, respectively.
He is actively engaged in research on mechanical ventilation and routinely contributes to Ask Mayo
Expert advisory content for critical care.