During this season of heightened vigilance against the novel Coronavirus, the health and safety of our delegates and participants attending the 7th SG-ANZICS 2020 are our foremost priorities.
Currently the Forum is continuing as planned, but we are monitoring the situation very closely and observing all relevant health and travel advisories. As the situation continues to evolve, we will have a clearer direction in the coming weeks.
In view of this, the announcement of the abstract results will be postponed to 14 Feb 2020.
In the meantime, to all our friends in the critical care community, stay safe and let’s conquer this!
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Exiting this year? Rotating to ICU for your next posting? Fret not, come join us at this year’s SG-ANZICS 2020 special installment of the “TRAINEE YEAR-IN-REVIEW” by Dr Jason Phua!
Dr Flavia Machado is a member of the executive board of the Global Sepsis Alliance and founder member of the Latin America Intensive Care Network (LIVEN). She integrates the International Sepsis Forum (ISF) council since 2014. She will be part of the plenary speakers at @SGANZICS 2020 to share about management of sepsis in the critical care setting.
Interested in being a part of SG-ANZICS 2020? Don’t forget our abstract submission deadline is on 17 November! We hope to see you in Singapore next April!
SG-ANZICS is an initiative by SICM, Singapore, and the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS). It serves as a platform to showcase critical care excellence and foster mutual support of regional critical care societies.
Find out more here: https://sg-anzics.com
Prof Jean-Louis Teboul is a Professor of Therapeutics and Critical Care Medicine at University Paris-South in France. He is currently working at the medical ICU In Bicêtre Hospital, France. He will be sharing his years of experience on assessing fluid responsiveness as part of the conference’s plenary sessions. Don’t miss it! #meetthespeakers