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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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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!


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

14 - 16 October 2020, SYDNEY! #ASM20Sydney
For more info: https://t.co/oML7DeIYEW

“The ICU nurse is like the Swiss army knife of nursing, they can do anything” Readying the front lines ⁦@ACCCNAUST⁩ ⁦@anzics⁩ ⁦@emanias1⁩ ⁦@Julie_Considine⁩ ⁦@DeakinQPS⁩ ⁦@AlfredHealth⁩ https://t.co/xWGYUfCgi9

@NaomiHammond, me, @LizCrowe2, @adintheICU and others are conducting a survey about critical care clinicians wellbeing during #Covid_19australia . We'd love to hear from our colleagues far and wide (approx. time to completion 5-10 mins): https://t.co/qtApXfFc38

Recent @theMJA article on "Surge capacity across Australia" associated with #COVID19 admissions based on data from @anzics #ICU Registries. Provision of ventilators & workforce support a priority. #ANZICSCORE #COVID19Aus #coronavirusaustralia #CriticalCare

To deal with a pandemic, you have to know what you’ve got already @anzics #COVID19Aus @theMJA https://t.co/Rn3QDdU8is

Congratulations Julian & Cochrane team - federal funding to provide the best evidence to clinicians managing COVID -19 ...& I am pleased to work on the severe/critical panel with @sandrapeake01 and others from @anzics

What will REMAP-CAP tell us about COVID-19?

Prof Steve Webb joins Todd on the podcast to find out


#medtwitter #FOAMed #FOAMcc #FOAMcovid #intensivecare #COVID19 #COVID2019 @remap_cap @anzicsctg @anzicrc

Latest Osler COVID-19 podcast : Steve Webb - REMAP-CAP study

This @anzicsctg endorsed study is exploring multiple potential therapies in a novel platform design trial


@anzicrc @sarwebbaalix #COVID19 #medtwitter #FOAMcovid #FOAMed #FOAMcc @anzics

NEWS: COVID-19 @hrbireland mobilises rapid support for a COVID-19 clinical trial among Irish patients in ICU as part of a global effort to tackle the pandemic. It will be led by Prof Alistair Nichol @UCDClinRes https://t.co/xTfpNTp3dz @remap_cap