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Critical Care Reviews, a not-for-profit critical care evidence dissemination platform, today announces it will host the results of five major international clinical trials in the field of critical care at its annual Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2022 (#CCR22), Wednesday June 15th to Friday 17th, at Titanic Belfast.
Due to the scientific significance of these trial results, the presentations will be freely live streamed across the world and timed to simultaneous publications in major international medical journals. With an anticipated 400 delegates attending in person from over 20 countries, and an online audience of several thousand, the eyes of the global critical care community will be on Titanic Belfast.
Critical Care Reviews Founder, Dr. Rob Mac Sweeney, said; “It’s great to be back at Titanic Belfast this year with our 10th annual meeting. We’ve grown to become one of the most influential conferences worldwide in the field of critical care medicine and we’re delighted to have the opportunity to host the results presentations of five major international clinical trials, as well as review eight of the most important clinical trials of the past 12 months.
This June, 400 delegates from over 20 countries will visit Belfast to attend #CCR22 and discuss the latest science in our field. The results of these five new trials could potentially change medical practice overnight. The eight previously published trials to be reviewed gives delegates the opportunity to reflect and discuss as to how these results impact their practice and the care they deliver to their patients.
It’s wonderful to be able to freely livestream the event across the globe so everyone, everywhere can benefit from the latest scientific advances in our field. Our work is supported locally, with our gold sponsors, My Intensive Care and Norso Medical, both being based in Northern Ireland. Visit Belfast, Belfast City Council and TourismNI have also been very supportive of our event this year. The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust have assisted with the time required to put such a major conference together.”