The mission of the Belgian Society of Intensive Care Medicine is to organise and to promote the Quality of Care administered to patients admitted to intensive care units. The core business of intensive care medicine is the observation, the monitoring, the diagnostic process and treatment in patients with life threatening failure of one or more vital organ functions. The society is open for all health professionals involved in intensive care medicine.
From the early beginning of modern anesthesia in our country, the SARB was at your side organizing scientific meetings, supporting the education of residents, promoting research, as well as editing the “Acta Anaesthesiologica Belgica”. These challenges and our contribution to important consensus meetings inspired us to achieve our goals in patient care, education and research.
Die DIVI (Deutsche Interdisziplinäre Vereinigung für Intensiv- und Notfallmedizin) ist ein Zusammenschluss von persönlichen Mitgliedern, wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaften und Berufsfachverbänden mit dem Ziel der Förderung der Intensivmedizin
International Pan Arab Critical Care Medicine Society
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The Emirates Critical Care Conference has accomplished 14 years of success over the years and we now begin to prepare for the 15th year of this Coveted Conference. We have much to thank the valuable partners and supporters, the delegates and the very qualified and proficient team of Speakers from around the globe, and the most dedicated committee members who make up the Emirates Critical Care Family. Every contribution attributes to the success and is a stepping stone to pick the momentum of its 15th Edition.
On behalf of the World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine – WFSICCM, the International Pan Arab Critical Care Medicine Society – IPACCMS, InfoPlus Events L.L.C – IPE, National and International Scientific and Organizing Committee, I feel privileged to extend our invitation to welcome you all to be a part of this distinguished conference in its 15th Edition from 4th – 6th April, 2019 at the Event Centre, Dubai Festival City, UAE.
The conference will be organized by the InfoPlus Events and supported by Dubai Health Authority – DHA and the Sheikh Hamdan Award for Medical Sciences – SHAMS.
I would also like to make special mention of the tremendous support received from international and World Federations such as WFSICCM, WFCCN, WFPICCS, EISCM, GSA, NCS, IFA, WSACS, ENA-CCN, ASA, AFCCN, ANZICS, EUSEM, GNEM who have always been strong supporters and collaborators of the conference since time immemorial. Also, not to forget other prominent societies as well who are part of the ECCC such as CCCS, SSC, TSCCM, TSIC, TDCY, ESICT, SLSCCEM, NSCCM, OSACC, JSICM, LSCCM and many others with whom we continue our partnership. We are also happy to receive the participation and support of the UAE Medical Colleges and Universities.
The EDIC 1 exam will take place at the ECCC 2019 Dubai Venue on 3rd April 2019, the day before the conference.
In conjunction with the conference, an exhibition is held in relation to the acute medicine including Emergency and disaster management whereby, exhibitors from countries around the globe participate and provide an opportunity to experience the latest medical technologies available. In addition, the conference also opens avenues for Managerial Courses and Hands on Workshops.
Looking forward to seeing you all at the 15th Emirates Critical Care Conference 2019 (ECCC-Dubai 2019).
More information on website http://www.eccc-dubai.com/
Thanks and Regards,
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hussain Nasser Al Rahma
Chairperson of the conference (ECCC-Dubai)
President International Pan-Arab Critical Care Medicine Society (IPACCMS) President Emirates Intensive Care Society (EICS)
Board member Emirates Resuscitation Council
Consultant; Head of Directorate Emergency and Critical Care,
Cardiothoracic and vascular surgery and interventional cardiology now offer more than ever an exploding/expanding arsenal of diagnostic and therapeutic modalities to a population with increasing morbidity challenging all involved medical subspecialties to offer the highest quality of care. It is clear that cardiovascular and thoracic anaesthesia and intensive care are undeniably essential.
Aims for the highest standards of practice and safety in anaesthesia, perioperative medicine, intensive care, emergency medicine and pain treatment through education, research and professional development.
The European Society for Emergency Medicine (EuSEM INPO) is a non-profit making scientific organisation whose aim is to promote and foster the concept, philosophy and the art of emergency medicine throughout Europe. The ultimate objective of the Society is to help and support European nations to achieve the specialty of emergency medicine.
ESICM supports and promotes the advancement of knowledge in intensive care medicine, in particular the promotion of the highest standards of multidisciplinary care of critically ill patients and their families through education, research and professional development.
Combines about 150 physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, healthcare managers and healthcare providers of different fields of medicine. The main goals and priorities of our society are: creation of strong theoretical and practical basis for Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine in Georgia, promotion of progress in the specialty, CME, scientific researches, professional development and collaboration with official structures involved in Georgian healthcare.
Die im April 1953 gegründete "Deutsche Gesellschaft für Anästhesiologie und lntensivmedizin e.V." (DGAI), vereinigt als medizinisch-wissenschaftliche Fachgesellschaft heute nahezu 15.000 Mitglieder. Nach ihrer Satzung hat sie die Aufgabe, "... Ärzte zur gemeinsamen Arbeit am Ausbau und Fortschritt der Anästhesiologie, lntensivmedizin, Notfallmedizin und Schmerztherapie zu vereinen und auf diesen Gebieten die bestmögliche Versorgung der Bevölkerung sicherzustellen":
The Intensive Care Society is dedicated to furthering education and research into intensive care in the UK. We aim to ensure our members, who are drawn from medicine, nursing and allied health professions, are equipped with the knowledge to deliver the highest quality of care to their patients.
The International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine is held in Brussels in March every year. Started in 1980, this international meeting has become established as one of the largest in its field, now attracting more than 6200 participants (including exhibitors and visitors) from more than 100 countries worldwide. The meeting is organized by Promotion des Soins Intensifs (a non-profit association) with academic support from the Departments of Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine of Erasme University Hospital, Université Libre de Bruxelles and the Belgian Society of Intensive Care (SIZ).
You just enter the site of one of the university Anesthesiology Departments of Paris. The Department of Anesthesiology of the Hospital of BICETRE, located in Kremlin Bicetre in the southern suburbs of Paris was established in 1970 as part of the Paris-Sud University. The Department has three major clinical guidelines: regional anesthesia and pain, pediatric anesthesia and trauma. Moreover, the university laboratory anesthesia has developed experimental models on these areas. Teams of Anesthesiology hospital in Clamart Antoine Béclère and Paul Brousse in Villejuif are attached to this Department and respective specificity for obstetric anesthesia and anesthesia for liver transplantation. This Department has an important academic activity. 30 annual publications in refereed journals are from different parts of the Department and reflect the significant desire for innovation and reflection of our team.
De NVA bewaakt de kwaliteit en veiligheid van de anesthesiologische patiëntenzorg in Nederland. De NVA behartigt en beschermt de belangen van haar leden ten aanzien van partijen met gerelateerde belangen en draagtbij aan een effectief imago van de anesthesiologen en het specialisme anesthesiologie.
The Swiss Society of Intensive Care Medicine (SGI SSMI) was established on 4 February in 1972 by 28 founding members in Basel. For forty years, the SGI SSMI was purely a Medical Association till in 2011 a historical development through: The merger with the IGIP (Association for Intensive Care, which represents the interests of intensive care staff), become a common society of doctors and nurses.
The Association of Anesthesiologists of Yugoslavia was founded in 1966 on the basis of agreement made by Sections of Anesthesiology of particular republics. In the following year, the first Congress of the Association was held in Belgrade, and the Articles of Association was passed at the Assembly meeting that preceded the Congress. The Articles implied that so-called inter-section meetings should take place every two year and the Congress should be held every four year.
Slovenian anaesthetists are associated in Slovenian Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine (SSAICM). It has been acting for over a 20 years. Furthermore they participate also in other interdisciplinary societies: Intensive Care Society, Slovenian Society for Pain Treatment, etc.
SSAICM is an active participant in many national societies in Europe and also others societies and constitutions like European Academy, European Association of Anaesthetists, FEEA, European Society of Anaesthetists, CENSA, UEMS,...
SSAICM is also member of WFA, we are active participants of their assembly (every 4 years). Our most traditional collaboration is in Alpe-Jadran region. Anaesthetists from Croatia, Austria, Italy and Slovenia have been working together for 20 years.
The French Intensive Care Society (SRLF; Société de Réanimation de Langue Française) is a learned society founded in 1971.
Today it has 3500 members and operates in two main areas:
- continuing medical education and post-university teaching,
- promotion of clinical research and assessment of hospital-based intensive care.
Through these two objectives, the FICS, together with all those involved in intensive care, has a fundamental aim: to give intensive care its rightful place in the health system.
SFAR, French Society of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, is an association according to law 1901, recognized public utility. Its purpose is the study, advancement and teaching of anesthesia and resuscitation.
SASA is a member association, not for gain, that is dedicated to the furtherance of the discipline of anaesthesia at both an academic and a clinical level. SASA has been in existence since 1948 and is devoted to the welfare of its members.
The Spanish Society of Intensive Care and Coronary Units (SEMICYUC) Medicine was established in 1971 as a scientific, multidisciplinary and educational association. It consists mainly of medical specialists in Intensive Care Medicine, with the mission to promote improvement in the critically ill patient care.
The society was formed initially in Uppsala 1999, at the time as a subsection within the Swedish Society of Internal Medicine. In 2002 the present form of SWESEM was established as planned, representing Emergency Medicine and it's physicians solely. Since 2005 SWESEM is a part of the European Society of Emergency Medicine and since 2006 also of the International Federation of Emergency Medicine.
The World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists is a unique, global network of National Societies that brings together qualified practitioners of this specialised area of medicine.
As an essential element of any safe and pain free surgical intervention anaesthesiology is a major contributor to positive health outcomes. The WFSA works to make safe anaesthesia universally accessible and to improve patient care around the world.
The World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine (WFSICCM) was established in 1977 and is a membership organization comprised of National Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine. The principle objective of the World Federation is to promote the highest standards of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine for all mankind, without discrimination. The WFSICCM now has a membership of over 80 national scientific societies with a combined individual membership of over 80,000 intensive and critical care practitioners throughout the world
The World Society of the Abdominal Compartment Syndrome (WSACS) was founded in 2004 by a group of international physicians and surgeons who recognized the need for a cohesive approach to promoting research, fostering education, and improving the survival of patients with intra-abdominal hypertension (IAH) and/or abdominal compartment syndrome (ACS). While it remains a fledging society, the WSACS has arguably accomplished a great deal in its first three years including the development of evidence-based medicine consensus definitions and recommendations statements, publication of the first textbook on ACS as well as a monograph of cutting-edge research findings, and development of a worldwide network of clinicians and research scientists.