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ANZICS Roadshow 2022

ANZICS CTG Roadshow

ANZICS CTG Meeting at the International Convention Centre on Tuesday 26 April 2022 from 10.00 – 17.30 AEST

We are pleased to announce that ANZICS CTG Roadshow Sydney will be held as a hybrid meeting on 26 April 2022 at the International Convention Centre, in conjunction with the ANZICS/ACCCN Intensive Care ASM from 27 -29 April 2022. The hybrid meeting will enable, greater attendance, especially during these difficult times and will allow those who have traditionally found it challenging to participate in the meeting, present their exciting research and make connections with colleagues from different locations. Importantly, this increased participation in the meeting will be accomplished with minimal carbon footprint.

The primary aims of the ANZICS CTG Roadshow Sydney is to provide an informal opportunity for investigators to gain early advice and feedback on research proposals, to explore issues relevant to study design and conduct in ANZ ICUs and to foster a collaborative approach to study development with the ANZICS CTG. In addition, this year we have a number of exciting results presentations.

All members of the intensive care research community and individuals working in the public sector (i.e. in a non-commercial setting) to improve outcomes for people with critical illness are invited to attend the meeting.

Registration 

There is a small registration fee as ANZICS CTG remains committed to ensuring our community remains connected.

Please click here to register

OnAir Portal Information

Program

Please click here to view conference program

Please click on the links to view International Convention Centre  details, the Venue Map, conference room and nearby parking options.

Further details regarding the ANZICS CTG Roadshow will be announced on this website and via the ANZICS CTG Mailing List as they become available.

For general queries, please contact the ANZICS office on +61 3 9340 3455 or via email.

ANZICS would like to thank our Sponsors for their support of the Sydney Roadshow.