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Early Bird Rate

(closes May 5, 2024) 

Regular Rate 

(closes May 29, 2024)

Member Rates    
Active Members (Physicians) $800  $900
Resident/Fellow Affiliate Members $490 $590
Medical Student Members $490  $590
Non-Intensivist Associate Members (Allied Health Professionals) $490  $590
Non-Member Rates    
Physicians (Non-Member)  $1,200 $1,300
Residents/Fellows/International Students Registered in a Canadian Program (Non-Member) $595  $695
Medical Students (Non-Member)  $565  $695
Allied Health Care Professionals (Non-Member)  $595 $695
Discounted Rate for Groups 3+ (sent to Program Directors only) $475  $575
 Low Income Country*    
Physicians (Member)  $200 $225
 Physicians (Non-Member)  $300 $325 
 Allied Health Care Professionals (Non-Member) $150 $175 
 Non-Intensivist Associate Members (Allied Health Professionals)  $125 $150
  • All rates subject to HST.
  • Residents and fellows are encouraged to confirm with their program directors prior to registering.
For low income countries, as listed by the most recent World Bank list, registrants will be granted reduced fee. Registrants must provide proof of residency to be eligible for the low-income country rate. 

Why Should I Attend? 

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 2023 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.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations will only be accepted on or before May 22, 2024. Please note there is a 10% administration fee applied to all cancellations. No credits or refunds will be given for cancellations received after May 22, 2024.

Event Terms & Conditions

  • No liability is assumed by the CCCS for changes in program dates, content, or speakers, cancellation of the event, and/or technical difficulties.
  • Any form of recording the sessions is strictly prohibited.
  • You are expressly restricted from all of the following:
    • Publishing any material in any media;
    • Selling, sublicensing, and/or otherwise commercializing any material.

Should you have any questions, please email

About the Association

The Canadian Critical Care Society (CCCS) is the National Specialty Society, representing Adult and Paediatric Critical Care Medicine physicians in Canada. The practice of Critical Care Medicine in Canada is multidisciplinary and CCCS members hold base specialty certification in anaesthesia, medicine, paediatrics, emergency medicine or surgery and some surgical subspecialties such as cardiac surgery and neurosurgery.

Contact Us


Phone: 1-905-604-0166 Ext. 233 & 235

Address: 20 Crown Steel Dr. Unit #6, Markham, ON L3R 9X9

For media inquiries, please contact Kathryn Hendrick at (416) 277-6281.

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