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EVENTS, CONFERENCES & MEETINGS

You will find the latest CCCS events and external events related to intensive and critical care below. 

If you are interested in posting about your event on our website, please e-mail cccs@secretariatcentral.com for more information.

Please note: As per our diversity policy, the CCCS is committed to advertising events that are diverse in their speaker selection – this currently translates to at least 30% women speakers representation.


CCCS EVENTS

Canadian Critical Care Review Course -

June 7-9, 2024




The CCCS is pleased to host the Canadian Critical Care Review (CCCR) for 2024 at the Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel. 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.


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National Acute Critical Event Simulation - 

July 3-5, 2024




This annual course is an excellent opportunity for residents to network and meet their colleagues from across the country and a shared start to their training will help foster lifelong friendships and collaborations. The goal of N-ACES is to rapidly upgrade the trainees’ knowledge and skills in the early management of critically ill patients. The course follows a small group learning approach using multiple modes of instruction, including a high proportion of experiential learning through a variety of simulation modalities (e.g. facilitated virtual case scenarios, phone simulation, etc.) and interactive group sessions with expert critical care faculty.


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Resuscitation Course for Acute Medicine Practicing Physicians 

July 6, 2024



Resuscitation Course for Acute medicine Practicing Physicians (ReCAPP) has been designed to provide a high-quality, interactive educational opportunity for Canadian practicing physicians who are involved in the initial or ongoing care of acutely unstable patients, increasingly cared for outside the walls of an Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

This full-day course, delivered by a group of Canadian critical care physician-educators, will offer to its participants numerous opportunities for practice and formative feedback, in a non-judgmental, low-risk, informal learning environment. Our main goal is to create conditions where physicians can learn together and from each other how to care for their sickest patients, and ultimately, improve the quality of care received by critically ill patients.

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17th World Congress on Intensive and Critical Care Medicine -

September 16 - 19, 2025


The Canadian Critical Care Society, in partnership with the World Federation of Societies of Intensive Critical Care, is excited to announce the upcoming 17th World Congress on Intensive and Critical Care to be held on September 16-19, 2025 at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Visit www.wcicc2025.com for more information.

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EXTERNAL EVENTS

44th KSCCM Annual Congress - Acute and Critical Care Conference 2024
April 25-26, 2024 | Grand Intercontinental Seoul Parnas, Seoul, Korea


CCCS Members will receive free registration. Please e-mail cccs@secretariatcentral.com for the code.

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

Email: cccs@secretariatcentral.com

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.


The Canadian Critical Care Society thanks our organizational sponsors, MD Financial Management and Scotiabank for their generous support!

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