About Anzics

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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REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN & PROGRAM AVAILABLE!
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Confirming stellar international faculty line up for next ANZICS/ACCCN ASM 2020, Sydney. Look forward to releasing a quality scientific programme in next few weeks.. Save the date and Stay tuned.. #asm20Sydney

Often on #medtwitter #NurseTwitter we see call outs of the bad kind. I’m here to do the opposite and commend @anzics @ACCCNAUST on the cultural and gender diversity of invited speakers at the upcoming @ANZICSACCCN_ASM

Well done!

http://intensivecareasm.com.au

A reminder to Save the Date for #ASM20Sydney We are excited to begin profiling the International Speakers and program in the coming weeks!

Happy #InternationalNursesDay! This day is dedicated to all nurses for their services and contribution to the society. A special thank you to the #criticalcare #nurses for being the powerhouse at the forefront of patient care!

#WorldPICU2021 Awareness Day happens on the 2nd Friday of May, annually. This year @WFPICCS is running a series of webinars to share regional #PedsICU pearls!

Although the Oceania session was last night, there's still plenty to learn from the other regions below!

A reminder that Fisher and Paykel Healthcare will be holding a Webinar on Nasal High Flow Use During a Pandemic: Implications for Clinical Practice on Wednesday 28th April 2021 at 6pm AEST/8pm NZST.

View the flyer & register at: https://bit.ly/3aucTgQ

Kick start your data science skills now and be a part of the 2021 #CriticalCare #Datathon by registering your expression of interest at http://ow.ly/IPQ250Eh8c9

Not sure if you should attend? Hear from past attendees:
http://ow.ly/ya6i50Eh8c8

What is the best resuscitation fluid for DKA?

Our latest podcast features Dr Mahesh Ramanan, who discusses the SCOPE trial, which studied the effects of Plasmalyte and Saline

http://oslercommunity.com/s/scope

#FOAMed #FOAMcc #medtwitter #medstudenttwitter #ICU #emergencymedicine

ANZICS CTG Not Endorsed SAH Survey from ESICM - https://mailchi.mp/anzics/anzics-ctg-not-endorsed-sah-survey-from-esicm

Osler's latest podcast from the ANZICS Clinical Trials Group meeting in Noosa is now live

Prof David Tuxen - "the problem with mortality as an outcome for ventilation trials"

https://oslercommunity.com/s/noosa-podcasts

@anzicsctg @anzics #medtwitter #FOAMed #FOAMcc #intensivecare #ICU @CICMANZ

Osler's latest podcast from the @anzicsctg
2021 Noosa meeting is now live!

Prof Carol Hodgson chats about the long term functional outcomes of patients with severe COVID-19, and how they compare to other ICU survivors

https://oslercommunity.com/s/noosa-podcasts

#medtwitter #COVID19 #FOAMed #ICU