Scientific programme

The programme is aimed at all critical care and anaesthesia nurses and allied health professionals from novice to expert level: clinicians, educators and researchers and share evidence-based practice in assessment and management of the critically ill and critical care education and training with professionals from around the world.

The scientific programme will showcase the best current critical care research, practice and educational approaches. For this Congress, we have added a few new presentation formats to provide valuable opportunities to network and engage with topic experts and also provide new opportunities for industry partners. 

Programme at a glance

The preliminary programme at a glance can be downloaded via the button here below. Please note that this programme is subject to change. 

You are cordially invited to actively participate in the Congress by presenting your abstract in one of the parallel sessions or as a poster. For more information please visit the Abstracts page.

The full programme will be available in January after the accepted abstracts have been slotted.

Hospital visits

If possible a visit to the ICU of several hospitals in and near Utrecht will be organised on Thursday afternoon 1 September and Friday afternoon 2 September 2022. More details will be published in the course of 2022.

Pre-registration via the online registration form is required; a limited number of places are available, these will be allocated on a first-come, first served basis. 

Please note that these visits cannot be confirmed yet, as they are subject to cancellation due to Covid-19. Pre-registered delegates will be notified in due time.

Accreditation

More information will follow.

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