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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New Meet the Experts Podcast now available! Dr Swapnil Pawar @reflect_learn speaks w Prof David Krishna Menon, Professor and Head of the Division of Anaesthesia, & Professorial Fellow in Medicine at Queens’ College, Cambridge. @Menon_Cambridge www.anzics.com.au/podcasts/ ... See MoreSee Less

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#Datathon2019 gets underway tomorrow. Two days of exploring data looking for answers. Mentors & Organisers are excited, looking forward to working with the teams. Co-hosts #QUT #clinexcelqld #anzicscore ... See MoreSee Less

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Three ANZICS members were recognised in this year’s Queens Birthday honours for their outstanding contributions to critical care medicine.

Dr Richard Lee (NSW): Member (AM) in the General Division Of The Order Of Australia
Dr Penny Stewart (Northern Territory): Medal (OAM) of the Order of Australia in the General Division
Brigadier Michael Reade (Queensland): Member (AM) in the Military Division of the Order Of Australia

Please join us in congratulating Richard, Penny and Michael.
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Registration & Call for Abstracts for ANZICS 2019 Safety & Quality Conference (Monday 14 October 2019) are now open! www.anzics.com.au/safety-quality-conference/ ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Abstract submission closes 12pm tonight! And don't forget you can apply for, or contribute to, the Developing Countries Delegate Support #wcic19

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Abstract submission closes 12pm tonight! And don't forget you can apply for, or contribute to, the Developing Countries Delegate Support #wcic19

worldcongressintensivecare2019.com/support
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4 weeks ago

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Don't forget abstract submission for the 2019 World Congress closes in 6 days!! Head to ow.ly/8qLR50uqyIL for more information and to view the awards! ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

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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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3 months ago

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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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3 months ago

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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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3 months ago

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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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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

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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

What do you after showing more Intensivists = more survivors at #datathon19 ? You go back to work in the ICU! @anzics @maheshramanan @AlexisT @KnottCameron @DayalJayaw #cpr team

#datathon19 @CICMANZ @anzics @QUT @MITcriticaldata @Google @qldhealthnews @UOW @ACCCNAUST @WeAreServian @iMDsoft Thanks for hosting us!

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Wishing the delegates a fun & productive weekend at the 2019 @anzics Datathon. Co-hosted by our Statewide Intensive Care Clinical Network and @QUT, delegates will use various datasets to find ways of making a difference to patient outcomes

#datathon2019 #CEQ #QUT #ANZICS

New Meet the Experts Podcast now available! Dr Swapnil Pawar @reflect_learn speaks w Prof David Krishna Menon, Professor and Head of the Division of Anaesthesia, & Professorial Fellow in Medicine at Queens’ College, Cambridge. @Menon_Cambridge https://t.co/7TuNNVpRNX

#Datathon2019 gets underway tomorrow. Two days of exploring data looking for answers. Mentors & Organisers are excited, looking forward to working with the teams. Co-hosts #QUT #clinexcelqld #anzicscore