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Past Events

Past Events

Drawing on advanced techniques from experiential learning and organisational psychology, it focuses on debriefing skills to enhance and extend instructional techniques learnt in the Simulation as a Teaching Tool course. Key topics include: • de

This is an intensive four day program designed to immerse healthcare leaders and instructors in an inter-professional learning environment. Participants will learn to teach clinical, behavioural and cognitive skills through simulation, drawing on exp

The 36th South Australian Intensive Care Fellowship Exam (Tub’s) Course will be held in Adelaide from 13-15 February 2019. It is a comprehensive 3-day course aimed at CICM trainees planning to sit the Fellowship Examination in the following 12 mont

Hear from trialists who have successfully run trials utilising clinical quality registries as well as policy makers and funders. Delegates will have the opportunity to engage with speakers and be equipped to utilise these methodologies. The goal is t

Paediatric Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care is a two-day interactive course comprising lectures, workshops and skills stations. We are excited to offer this year’s course in the new Monash Children’s Hospital with the new Monash

SCCI2018 8-9 November The Sydney short course in critical infection will be held in November this year at Westmead Hospital. We'll be welcoming critical care and infection specialists in medicine, nursing and pharmacy to be part of case discussion

The Pan-Sepsis Research Symposium  is a new symposium to be held in Perth WA, on 24th Oct 2018. The focus of this symposium is sepsis - "Pan-sepsis" incorporates every topic relating to sepsis, from basic research to diagnostics, clinical trials, t

The ANZICS/ACCCN Intensive Care Annual Scientific Meeting is regarded as the flagship event for the Society. The ASM is one of the largest Intensive Care Conferences in the Southern Hemisphere, with over 1000 delegates attending each meeting. This ye

The Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care (BASIC) course covers the fundamental knowledge and skills required for healthcare professionals working in Intensive Care Units and other critical care environments that provide intensive care manag

The Winter Research Forum is held over two days during Winter (July or August). The meeting is designed to provide a rigorous peer review forum for proposed research initiatives. It is a requirement of CTG endorsement of a study that it is presente

ACCCN & ANZICS are pleased to present the 2018 Critical Care Collaborative Conference - ICU Alphabet Soup. This one day event is an interprofessional symposium open to all critical care providers: prehospital, medical, nursing and allied health.

The ANZICS Safety & Quality Conference focuses on multidisciplinary team activities and is suitable for critical care nurses, allied health staff and physicians. The topics presented have implications for patient monitoring and the recognition, respo