International Nurses Day 11 May

Thank you to all those nurses working with the critically ill during the COVID-19 pandemic. CCSSA salutes…

WFICC Newsletter May 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed lives around the world and many lives have been lost. Critical care providers have been on the front lines of caring for the most severely ill patients often with limited protective equipment and insufficient ventilators and medications to optimally care for patients. Intensive care is being delivered in alternative sites within hospitals and in rapidly constructed or adapted sites outside hospitals.

WFICC SURVEY: To examine the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic

The WFICC is assisting with the dissemination of a brief survey to examine the effects of the…

SURVEY Invitation: Sedation and Analgesia during end of life care.

You are  invited to participate in a short survey on sedation and analgesic practices in ICU at…

South African Guidelines on the Determination of Death: Call for Comment

The Critical Care Society of Southern Africa has undertaken a process to compile South African Guidelines on…

COVID-19 – Why Triage and Mask Decontamination

“WHY TRIAGE?” – a battle plan for COVID 19  This is a video presentation by Dr Mike…

Newsletter from the World Federation of Intensive and Critical Care (WFICC)

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Coronavirus CME

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Winners of the Competition for complimentary registration to the Refresher Course

Well done to the following CCSSA members who have won complimentary registration to the Refresher Course being…

Patient Blood Management Guidelines: Call for comment by 30 Nov 2019

As part of the 2018 CCSSA Conference, Patient Blood Management Guidelines were developed by a round-table group….