AWARE results to be revealed on November 17th

#3
Very exciting!

But 7:00 a.m. on a Sunday? Do they NOT want people to come or journalists to cover it?
Lol.

Seriously though, eagerly awaiting the results. Sam Parnia is a bit of a mystery to me, however I have a slightly different take than Alex. I think he is probably playing his cards very close to his chest, because he is a Dr who needs funding in order to continue to research this area, and can't afford to threaten or upset the dominant physicalist position of the medical establishment until he has enough robust data.

Thats my sense of the guy. But he is somewhat of an enigma in terms of his views.
 
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Parnia has more than one presentation, seems to be a talk. Looks as if he has the same focus as in "Erasing death", since the session of his talk is called "How Should We Continue Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation Efforts?".

PresentationSession
Using Oximetry to Guide Duration of Resuscitation Efforts Sam Parnia, Stony Brook, NY Ask the Experts
ATE.402. Pro/Con: How Long Should We Continue Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation Efforts?
Mon, Nov 18, 7:30 - 8:45 AM

236 - A Multi Center Study of Awareness During Resuscitation Sam Parnia, Stony Brook Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Peter Fenwick, Univ of London, London, United Kingdom; Ken Spearpoint, Hammersmith Hosp, London, United Kingdom; Gabriele Devos, Montefiore Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Hayley Killingbeck, Royal Bournemouth Hosp, Bournemouth, United Kingdom; Paula McLean, St Georges Hosp, London, United Kingdom; Maziar Zafari, Neal Dickert, Emory Univ Sch of Med, Atlanta, GA; Roland Beisteiner, Fritz Sterz, Michael Berger, Medical Univ of Vienna, Vienna, Austria; Celia Warlow, Siobhan o'Donoghue, Northampton General Hosp, Northampton, United Kingdom; Salli Lovett, Lister Hosp, Stevenage, United Kingdom; Russell Metcalfe Smith, Mayday Hosp, London, United Kingdom; Sandra Pink, Univ Hosp Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; Kayla Harris, Stony Brook Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Jenny Sutton, Addenbrookes Hosp, Cambridge, United Kingdom; Harry Walmsley, East Sussex Hosp, East Sussex, United Kingdom; Paul Little, Univ Hosp Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; Mark Farber, Indiana State Univ, Indianapolis, IN ReSS Poster Session
Session IX. Best Original Resuscitation Science Poster Session
Sun, Nov 17, 7:00 - 8:30 AM

104 - The Utility of Cerebral Oximetry (rSO2%) During In-Hospital Cardiac Arrest as a Marker for the Prediction of Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC) Sam Parnia, Loren Inigo Santiago, Anna Ahn, Stony Brook Medical Ctr, New York, NY; Charles Deakin, Kim Golder, Univ Hosp Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; Resuscitation Research Group; Pauline Bartlett, Univ Hosp Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom; David Pogson, Sarah Cooke, Christopher Walker, Queen Alexandra Hosp, Portsmouth, United Kingdom; Ken Spearpoint, Stephen Brett, David Kitson, Hammersmith Hosp, London, United Kingdom; Gavin Perkins, Teresa Melody, Mehboob Chilwan, Warwick Medical Sch and Heart of England NHS Fndn Trust, Birmingham, United Kingdom; Jerry Nolan, Royal United Hosp, Bath, United Kingdom; Jie Yang, Jiawen Zhu, Stony Brook Medical Ctr, New York, NY
 
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