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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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The ANZICS community has been deeply saddened by the appalling attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand during Friday prayers on 15 March 2019.

Please see ANZICS Statement on the Christchurch Tragedy below.
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‪It is with profound sadness that the ANZICS community learnt about the terrible situation that unfolded in Christchurch yesterday. Our thoughts are with the victims, their families, the citizens of Christchurch and the healthcare providers who are caring for the injured. ‬ ... See MoreSee Less

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The Intensivist out now! Featuring the ANZICS Statement on the Colombo Declaration, condemning attacks on medical facilities. Updates on MRFF Grants, latest podcasts as well as info on the ANZICS Registries. ow.ly/Em1130o2hQ2 ... See MoreSee Less

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ANZICS acknowledges International Women’s Day & recognises the efforts of all women within the intensive care community. The Society is committed to gender equality & the efforts of our WIN ANZICS Committee! #IWD2019 ... See MoreSee Less

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The 3rd ANZICS Critical Care Datathon will be held in Brisbane at QUT Gardens Point Campus on the 22nd & 23rd June. Register for this free event now! datathon.anzics.com.au/ ... 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:

www.worldcongressintensivecare2019.com/support
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REGISTRATION & ABSTRACT SUBMISSION NOW OPEN! For more info and latest speakers visit: ow.ly/ziYh30nCL3Q ... See MoreSee Less

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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: ow.ly/5IBF30nAZoJ ... See MoreSee Less

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A reminder that Early Bird Registration for SG-ANZICS closes on 28 Feb! Head to the website to register or view the full program: sg-anzics.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

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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

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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

The ANZICS community has been deeply saddened by the appalling attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand during Friday prayers on 15 March 2019.

Please see ANZICS Statement on the Christchurch Tragedy below.

More big name speakers join @worldcongressic faculty, showcasing our rich, diverse, multidisciplinary community #wcic19

@FenellaGill @CyndaEthx @sandraucalgary @jones_daza @chodgsonANZICRC @ICUnutrition @HainesKimberley

New Podcast: Meet the Experts Ep 4 - Dr Swapnil Pawar @reflect_learn interviews Prof Derek Angus from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Listen now: https://t.co/7TuNNVpRNX for more info head to: https://t.co/blb0rM5BHO

Dr Felix Oberender is a PICU specialist with extensive experience in paediatric critical care and serves as the PICU Director at Monash Children’s Hospital in Melbourne.
Don’t miss out the chance to catch him and many others at @sganzics !
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New podcasts from @anzics #ANZICSCTG 21st Annual Meeting available via https://t.co/UoWH40LpA2 - @LSChapple on Nutrition, Muscle Loss & Functional Outcomes & @Eastwoodgm asks "Does permissive hypercarbia after out of hospital arrest improve outcomes?" @Sunnydoc72 @oslertech

Dr Gee Young Suh is Chief of Department of Critical Care Medicine and Chief of Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Samsung Medical Center in Seoul, South Korea. @koreacritcare

Do join in the discussion with him and more than 40 other speakers at SG ANZICS 2019!