Short course in critical infection 2017

SESSION 3: Top 9 Papers in ID and Critical Care

Emergency Department
Sepsis 3.0
Use of administrative versus clinical data to characterize disease definitions
Fluid administration in sepsis, severe sepsis and septic shock

Intensive Care Unit
Antibiotic timing
Sepsis Mortality
State Sepsis Initiative
State Sepsis Mandates

Infectious Diseases
Diagnostics: Procalcitonin- systematic review
Emerging diseases threat: Candida auris- an emerging ID threat
Therapeutics: The yes and no arguments for inhaled antibiotics

SCCI 2017 28-29 September

The Sydney short course in critical infection is on again this September at Westmead Hospital. We'll be welcoming critical care and infection specialists in medicine, nursing and pharmacy to be part of case discussions and updates of all things relevant to severe and life-threatening infection.

Dates: Thursday 28th - Friday 29th September
Times: Registration open from 8.15am Day 1: 8.55am-5.30pm and Day 2: 9.30am-3.00pm
Venue: Cabaret Theatre level 1, Westmead Education and Conference Centre, Westmead Hospital Cnr Hawkesbury and Darcy roads Westmead. Enter through main entrance, follow the corridor straight ahead then turn right and go down the stairs, then through the glass sliding doors, follow short course signage.
Getting there: Westmead train station is a 5 min walk to the hospital. Parking is available at a cost of $19.50 per day in P1 and P3,


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Registration cost: $200 for students/trainees*, nursing and allied health professionals
$250 for all other attendees

Please note the program, speakers, sessions and times are subject to change at any time without notice.