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CARING FOR SEPTIC PATIENTS: An Update For Critical Care Practitioners

Learning Objectives

-To discuss recent changes in the sepsis definition and its impact on Canadian critical care practice

- To review the most current best practices in sepsis management

- To discuss the long-term outcomes of sepsis in Canada

-To discuss strategies to improve the in-hospital experience of Canadian septic patients

Presenters

Dr. Menon Kusum

Dr. Margaret &n bsp;Herridge

Dr. John Marshall

Madelynn Fairman

Fee

Members & Non-members: Free

Professional Development Credits

To be decided

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Call for Nominations 2016-2018 CCCS Board of Directors

The Canadian Critical Care Society is looking for Board members who are visionary, passionate, energetic and committed. The terms of 3 Directors expire in October 2016. While current Directors are eligible for re-election, we invite members to complete the nomination form at the link below.

Successful nominees must also chair one of the committees below.

- Education Committee

- Scientific Committee

- Liaisons Committee

Please click the link below to submit your nomination for the available Director positions. Deadline for nominations is Monday October 3, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. ET.

Nomination Form


President's Message

April 11, 2016 - Canadian Respiratory Journal Update

December 21, 2015 - President's Letter 

 

WFSICCM World Congress of the Intensive and Critical Care Medicine

CCCS has won the bid to host the 2021 World Congress of the Intensive and Criticcal Care Medicine!


 

 

News & Events 

McMaster University: Demystifying Medicine

Click here to watch a video that discusses the diagnostic and treatment processes that should be conducted within the first hour when a patient comes into a hospital with sepsis. This video was created by McMaster Demystifying Medicine 4DM3 students Kirat Boparai, Breagh Cheng, Mankeeran Dhanoa and Anjali Periyalwar. 


ICU Nurse shares her story about her sepsis journey and road to recovery

Madelynn Fairman is an ICU nurse from the Hamilton Health Sciences, click here to watch a video on her personal story about her sepsis journey and road to recovery.


Guidelines for the Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Measures

The Intensive Care Medicine Journal recently published Guidelines for the Withdrawal of Life-Sustaining Measures. Click here to read more. 


Article is Now Open Access for CCCS Members in the CMAJ

"Mandate to obtain consent for withholding nonbeneficial cardiopulmonary resuscitation is misguided" is now open access for CCCS members on the CMAJ website. Click here to read the full article.


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