ICU Management & Practice, ICU Volume 6 - Issue 3 - Autumn 2006

SCCM’s Annual Congress: Improving Patient Care

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Stay abreast of new developments, obtain needed tools to help advance your knowledge and further your practice of critical care at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 36th Critical Care Congress. Regardless of your profession or role in the critical care team, the Congress will offer you a well-rounded perspective on the latest diagnosis and treatment of acute diseases and conditions common in the intensive care unit (ICU) environment.


The Society’s five-day Congress offers numerous cutting-edge sessions, hands-on workshops, informative symposia and exciting social engagements. Participants can enrich their experience by taking part in pre-Congress educational sessions and postgraduate review courses held on Friday, February 16 and/or Saturday, February 17. These sessions provide a cost-effective, convenient method to enhance your Congress educational experience.


Join seven internationally known leaders as they present engaging topics throughout the Plenary Sessions. Offered during unopposed timeframes, Plenary Sessions will offer participants the opportunity to listen to keynote addresses that promote important educational developments (see table 1).


A distinguished faculty has been assembled to present important sessions concerning topics such as cardiology, end of life, endocrinology, nutrition, hematology, infectious diseases, neurology, sepsis, trauma and others. Participants will obtain new perspectives on the etiology and management of clinical illnesses to optimize the care and outcomes of all critically ill and injured patients.


Discover everything Orlando has to offer during the 36th Critical Care Congress. Best known as a family destination with lovable characters and fantastic attractions, Orlando is also a fun, exciting city for adults. The city offers many activities, from playing a round of golf on a championship course, shopping at outlet malls or enjoying a fine-dining experience. Whatever you desire, Orlando can be as affordable or as luxurious as you choose.



Simon Finfer, MD, MBBS, MRCP

Senior Staff Specialist in Intensive Care

Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney, University of Sydney

Sydney, Australia

Plenary: Clinical Role of Albumin in the Critically Ill


Daren K. Heyland, MD, MSc

Associate Professor of Medicine, Kingston General Hospital, Queen’s University

Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Plenary: Pharmaco-Nutrition: A New Emerging Paradigm


Patrick M. Kochanek, MD, FCCM

Director, Safar Center for Resuscitation Research

University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Plenary: Emergency Preservation for Resuscitation (EPR): Beyond CPR


Lucien L. Leape, MD

Department of Health Policy and Management

Adjunct Professor of Health Policy, Harvard School of Public Health

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Plenary: Problem Doctors: Is There a System–Level Solution


William J. Sibbald, MD, FCCM


Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre

Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Plenary: Learning From Others: Best Practices in Leadership From Leaders Outside Healthcare


Jeffery S. Vender, MD, FCCM

Director, Medical Surgical ICU

Department Chair of Anesthesiology Evanston Hospital

Professor of Anesthesiology, Northwestern University

Evanston, Illinois, USA

Plenary: Organizational Change: The Process of Moving Today Into Tomorrow


Hector R. Wong, MD

Director, Division of Critical Care Medicine

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Plenary: Genome-Level Expression Profiles of Pediatric Septic Shock 2007 Congress Co-chairs


Richard J. Brilli, MD, FCCM

Professor of Pediatrics

Clinical Director, Pediatric ICU

Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA


Stephen M. Pastores, MD, FCCM


Critical Care Medicine

Fellowship Program and Critical Care Research Memorial Sloan-Kettering

Cancer Center, New York, USA


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Stay abreast of new developments, obtain needed tools to help advance your knowledge and further your practice of critical care at the Society of Critical

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