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The Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society is the leading advocate on all intensive care related matters. ANZICS leads the world in intensive care research through its Clinical Trials Group and patient databases, including the Adult Patient Database, the Paediatric Intensive Care Registry and Critical Care Resources. The Society is devoted to all aspects of intensive care medical practice through ongoing profes​sional education, the provision of leadership in medical settings, clinical research and analysis of critical care resources.

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Abstract's for the 2019 Intensive Care World Congress close in 24 days!! Don't forget to submit now! ow.ly/KFjt30oH4nj ... See MoreSee Less

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New Podcast: Meet the Experts Ep 5 - Dr Swapnil Pawar interviews Dr Andrew Conway- Morris from Cambridge University. Listen now: www.anzics.com.au/podcasts/ for more info head to: ow.ly/fieu30ovsyQ ... See MoreSee Less

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Wishing all of our Members a safe break! A reminder of our hours during the Easter period below: ... See MoreSee Less

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EOI: NZ Regional Chair on the ANZICS Board of Directors! All Full/New Fellow financial NZ ANZICS Members eligible. Closing 29th April. Contact anzics@anzics.com.au ... See MoreSee Less

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Following our recent article on the Colombo Declaration in The Intensivist, ANZICS would like to encourage your support of this important campaign. To sign the Declaration, visit: ow.ly/rcWu30ocGSp ... See MoreSee Less

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Abstract's for the 2019 Intensive Care World Congress close in 24 days!! Don't forget to submit now! ow.ly/KFjt30oH4nj ... See MoreSee Less

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A reminder that applications for the 2019 ANZICS Global Rising Star Programme are closing THIS SUNDAY 31ST MARCH! See below for more information, or to apply, visit: ow.ly/W1LO30ocFGX ... See MoreSee Less

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A reminder that applications for the 2019 ANZICS Global Rising Star Programme are closing THIS SUNDAY 31ST MARCH! See below for more information, or to apply, visit: ow.ly/W1LO30ocFGX ... See MoreSee Less

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Proudly announcing some of the Australian and New Zealand speaker line up for World Congress! ... See MoreSee Less

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Proudly announcing some of our international speakers at World Congress!

Look forward to welcoming you to Melbourne!
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A key goal of the World Congress is to engage with colleagues from resource limited regions. Our support program offers assistance to delegates from developing countries who would otherwise unable to attend.
To apply, and please share:

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Festive greetings from Federation Square, short walk from @MCEC, with modern cuisine and art to be indulged. Photo by @raffyhalim

We'll be announcing the keynote speakers soon, along with some of the @worldcongressic "special features" 😉 #wcic19

Registration open! #wcic19

https://t.co/NWj80Iqcfp

Look forward to welcoming the world of critical care to Melbourne in October!

Nominations for the Global Rising Stars are now open! The Programme, sponsored by Pfizer, aims to identify promising and innovative young clinician/scientists from Asia, America and Europe to present at the 2019 World Congress. For more info: https://t.co/SPoIvEE3h6

Can you believe that #2018ASMAdelaide is over? Lucky we have all the photos available for viewing! Head over to our Facebook via this link: https://t.co/K6WUUNobpz

Old Approach vs modern approach for prognostication of Traumatic brain injury -A/Prof Geert Meyfroidt #2018ASMAdelaide

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Steroids in Septic shock - Do we finally know the answer #2018ASMAdelaide #FOAMed https://t.co/3azIUYf091

Abstract submission closes June 3rd. Look forward to the international entries and remember you can also apply for LMIC Support grant #wcic19. https://t.co/1VL3ESzM6D

@jones_daza Looking forward to talking about family involvement in escalation of care @anzics deteriorating patient conference October in Melbourne @Aus_CC

ANZICS satellite meeting on deteriorating patients on the 14th Oct
1 in-hospital cardiac arrests, including ECMO CPR
2 pre-MET strategies for deteriorating patients
3 original research
4 updates from SCV, CEC NSW, NZ HC and ACSQHC
5 metrics for the RRS
6. EOLC
7 RRT in the ED

20,000+ attendees at the Chinese Society of Critical Care Medicine meeting! Same problems the world over - sepsis, ventilation, renal replacement, ensuring quality care.........⁦@anzics⁩ #anzicscore

Our #ANZICSNovIg membership is up to 55! If you are a novice critical care researcher in Australia or NZ of ANY discipline consider joining for education, support and networking https://t.co/8r3Gm3AmxE

Planning a national clinical quality registry for ICUs in Taiwan through international collaboration, T-CORE ⁦@anzics⁩ #anzicscore

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