Archived Conference Information

Below are archived resources (tools and education) from prior Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conferences. These include patient interviews, literature lists, abstract/poster presentations, and Twitter transcripts.

  • Adult Patient Perspective: A 61-year-old woman describes her experience in the ICU and recovery from COVID-19, as part of the 10th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. Short Version (4:26) / Full Length (43:06)
  • Pediatric Patient and Family Perspective: The parents of a 3-year-old boy describe their experience in the Pediatric ICU and his post-ICU recovery, as part of the 10th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. Full Length (55:10)

  • Participant Feedback of the Virtual 9th Annual Conference: Dr. Needham reviews participant's feedback about the 2020 Virtual conference Video
  • Twitter Transcript: Twitter Transcript is designed to sort all Twitter content with the hashtag #icurehab into one central location for convenient viewing of ICU Rehab information
  • Explanation of Virtual Format for the 9th Annual Conference: Dr. Needham explains the innovative *virtual* format and the registration options for the 9th Annual Johns Hopkins conference.  Full Length  (5:30)
  • Conference Introduction: Dr. Needham welcomes ~1000 attendees from >20 countries & discusses the Live format of the conference (Nov 5-7). Full Length (11:19)
  • Closing Remarks: Dr. Needham offers his closing remarks from the virtual 9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. Full Length (9:27)
  • Adult Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab: A 35-year-old ICU survivor describes his experience in the ICU and the importance of rehab in his recovery during the 9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. Short Version (4:43) / Full Length (39:38)
  • Pediatric Patient and Family Perspective on ICU Rehab: A 5-year-old ICU survivor and his parents describe their experience in the Pediatric ICU and the importance of rehab in his recovery during the 9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. Full Length (46:03)
  • Patient Perspective on ICU Follow-Up Clinics: A 59-year-old ICU survivor describes her experience in an ICU follow-up clinic and her thoughts on the importance of the clinic in her recovery during the Ninth Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference.  Full Length (54:59)

  • Literature List
  • Abstract/Poster/Oral Presentations
  • Twitter Transcript: Twitter Transcript is designed to sort all Twitter content with the hashtag #icurehab into one central location for convenient viewing of ICU Rehab information
  • Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab: A 48-year-old ICU survivor describes her experience in the ICU and her thoughts on the importance of rehab in her recovery during the Eighth Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference.

Short Version (4:35) / Full Length (37:24)

  • Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab: A 17 year old ICU survivor and his mother describe their experience in the pediatric ICU and thoughts on the importance of rehab in his recovery during the Eighth Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference.

Short Version (7:20) / Full Length (41:37)

  • Literature List
  • Abstract/Poster Presentations
  • Twitter Transcript: Twitter Transcript is designed to sort all Twitter content with the hashtag #icurehab into one central location for convenient viewing of ICU Rehab information
  • Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab: A 46-year-old woman describes her experience in the ICU and her experience in the ICU and her thoughts on the importance of rehab in her recovery during the Seventh Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference
    3 Minute Version (3:12) | Full Length (39:09)
  • Adolescent Patient Perspective on ICU Rehab: A previously healthy adolescent boy describes his experiences in the ICU and his thoughts on rehab during the Seventh Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference
    3 Minute Version (3:57) | Full Length (43:24)