The CCCS is monitoring the COVID-19 situation closely to ensure that a face-to-face meeting is safe. Proper protocol for COVID-19 will be followed and further details will be provided over the coming months. We look forward to seeing everyone in person!
Update on Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation - June 7, 2023
A half-day small group “Update on Principles and Practice of Mechanical Ventilation” workshop will be offered to trainees registered in a Canadian critical care training program as well as practicing intensivists and respiratory therapists. Topics for the 2023 workshop will be determined by you through an online selection process! Space is limited so be sure to register early.
Canadian Critical Care Review - June 8-9, 2023
The CCCS is pleased to host the Canadian Critical Care Review (CCCR) for 2023 at the Old Mill Toronto. This vital critical care review course will follow our traditional format of learning, and with the aid of interactive media, participants will be able to anonymously assess their knowledge and readiness for the Royal College examination to help identify areas for ongoing development.
This year's review course will focus on adult critical care medicine. Content will be made available to all learners after the course, providing a valuable resource for exam preparation. To ensure registrants are able to review topics not covered in this year’s course, applicable session recordings from the 2022 review course will also be made available.
As always, the CCCS is committed to delivering a highly valued, engaging program to meet the educational needs of critical care trainees, practicing critical care nurses, allied health professionals, respiratory therapists and intensivists. Our goal is to address the challenges in preparing for the Royal College subspecialty examination in critical care as well as the challenges in maintaining competency in clinical professional practice.