Conference on Carbon Monoxide

Wednesday 4th March 2020
Lille, France

The first joint ICORN, CoGDEM, OPRIM conference on Carbon Monoxide was held on the 4th March 2020 in Lille CHRU.

Lille Hospital is home to one of the largest decompression chambers in Europe and, in addition to treating a wide range of medical problems, treats approximately 300 CO poisoning victims each year.

Three plenary sessions, each involving 3 research presentations, covered a wide range of topics and an open floor discussion was moderated by an expert after each.

The program was complemented by a poster session presenting ongoing research into Carbon Monoxide poisoning across Europe.

Screening for CO exposure in Patients Attending Emergency Departments: Improving Treatment Pathways, Home Protection and Prevention Strategies Roundtable

October 2019 (by invitation only)
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

ICORN Practices in Emergency Response to Carbon Monoxide
Poisoning Workshop

Wednesday 26th – Thursday 27th September 2018
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

The event convened a group of emergency service experts, medical practitioners and academic specialists to discuss what happens to an individual poisoned by CO, from being exposed to arriving at the emergency room. The event identified gaps in knowledge and procedures, opportunities for research, and also highlighted best practice in the US, Canada and Europe.

This event was sponsored by the Gas Safety Trust, GasTag, Black Line Safety, Gas Industry Safety Group, and National Grid

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Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Committee Room G, House of Lords, London, UK
Sponsored by the Gas Safety Trust

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For further information on our events please email adrian@safetyhealthenvironment.org