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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Carolina B Maciel

University of Florida
Associate Professor | Neurology and Neurosurgery Director of Research | Neurocritical care division
University of Florida Health
Dr. Carolina Maciel is an Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery, and the Director of Research for the Neurocritical Care division at the University of Florida Gainesville system and holds research faculty positions at Yale University and University of Utah. Carolina is triple boarded in Neurology, Neurocritical Care and Critical Care EEG; her academic interests include developing team science to tackle complex scientific questions in the neurocritically ill. Carolina's areas of scientific focus include neuroprognostication, brain injury monitoring methods, secondary brain injury mechanisms, novel therapeutic approaches to status epilepticus, and the critical care management of the potential organ donor. Her favorite words are joy, equity, equality, and love. As a native Brazilian, Carolina enjoys spending time off soaking up the sunshine while devouring a book.

CBM received funding from the American Heart Association (AHA), Claude D. Pepper Older Americans Independence Center, NINDS (1R13NS111956-01 and 1U01NS124613-01A1 ), McKnight Brain Institute at the University of Florida, and speaker honoraria from Natus medical and American Academy of Neurology.