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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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SAVE THE DATE!
2020 ANZICS/ACCCN ASM
14 - 16 October 2020, SYDNEY! #ASM20Sydney
For more info: https://t.co/oML7DeIYEW

You might be happy to know the ABSTRACT DEADLINE has been extended to June 13th 😉! With submissions from over 80 countries already, join us for this truly international event! #wcic19

Are you an ANZICS Trainee? Don't forget to submit an abstract for the Matt Spence Medal at the 2019 World Congress! Aside from presenting research to an international audience, the winner of the award also receives AU$5000. View previous winners at: https://t.co/uL7NJGXzG4

Don't forget abstract submission for the 2019 World Congress closes in 6 days!! Head to https://t.co/B4rHt9KfsH for more information and to view the awards!

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!

View all of the images from the 2019 World Congress of Intensive Care now - link: https://t.co/RsVwcFGDt9 #WCIC19

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EOI for the @anzics S&Q Committee - SA, NT & NZ representatives. Full & New Fellows eligible. EOI closes Wednesday 18 December. Contact @anzics for more info, or view the EOI here:
https://t.co/EOaFV5KEDm

Tell us about pediatric sepsis and help us shape a new definition. Take the #SCCM #WFPICCS #ESPNIC survey now!
#ANZICSPSG @anzics @anzicsctg
Access the survey via: https://t.co/O7ywJXOS8R

Earlybird registration now open for the @anzicsctg 22nd Annual Meeting on Clinical Trials in Intensive Care, Tues 3 to Thurs 5 March 2020 in Noosa QLD. EOIs to present close Mon 6 Jan. @anzics
https://t.co/xD1vAE1GkM

All Fellow & Trainee Members of @anzics...we are seeking a SA Rep to join the Women in Intensive Care Medicine Network ANZICS Committee (WIN-ANZICS). EOIs close Tues 17 Dec. @womenintensive
For more information about the committee & the EOI see https://t.co/xusXeKU39J

Today is the 3rd World Day of the Critical Lung. For the night owls among us (in ANZ) join the free online forum tonight for a scientific program dedicated to one objective: improving the patient with critical pulmonary affectation. Free registration via https://t.co/VOcPWd4ArP