Short courses

SCCI 2016

The 4th annual Short Course in Critical Infection, is a 2-day course that is designed for the practicing critical care or infectious diseases physician and for all those who manage serious infection.

It provides a first-principles understanding of the major infections that precipitate or complicate critical illness, as well as a focus on the practical management of scenarios that are unique to it. Faculty includes leaders in infectious diseases, microbiology & intensive care.

The course is accredited as a workshop for CICM, ACEM, RACP.

Short Course: Wednesday 19 + Thursday 20 October 2016
Venue: The Westmead Institute for Medical Research Australia, 176 Hawkesbury Road Westmead, Sydney, Australia

SCCI 2016
SCCI 2016
SCCI 2016

REGISTRATION OPEN NOW

$200 for students/trainees*, nursing and allied health professionals
*e.g. CICM, ANZCA, ACEM, RACP, RCPA
$250 for all other attendees
REGISTER HERE

Speakers Include

Associate Professor Sharon Chen
ICPMR - Westmead Hospital
Prophylaxis – who, when, what

Dr Louise Cooley
Royal Hobart Hospital
Use of biologics – monoclonal therapies and infection

Professor Simon Finfer
University of Sydney, Royal North Shore Hospital
Sepsis 3 - what’s new

Professor Lyn Gilbert
University of Sydney, Westmead Hospital
Everything you wanted to know about infection control

Dr Nicky Gilroy
Westmead Hospital
Infections in transplant recipients

Dr Krispin Hajkowicz
University of Queensland, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Antimicrobial stewardship in the ICU – interventions and efficacy

Professor Jonathan Iredell
University of Sydney, Westmead Hospital
The Microbiome: Adaptation and manipulation

Professor Cheryl Jones
University of Sydney, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
Encephalitis-Diagnostic Workup


Dr Jen Kok

ICPMR – Westmead Hospital
Bacterial, fungal, viral POC testing in the ICU

Dr Stephen Macdonald
University of Western Australia, Royal Perth Hospital
Biomarkers of Sepsis

Dr David Mitchell
University of Sydney, Westmead Hospital
Physician, heal thyself – protecting the healthcare worker – SARS, MERS, Ebola and beyond

Professor David Paterson
University of Queensland, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Antibiotics and Resistance – an overview

Dr Sundaram (Sunny) Rachakonda
Liverpool Hospital ICU, Macquarie University Hospital
Rational Clinical pathology testing in ICU

Dr Indy Sandaradura
St Vincent’s Hospital, Concord Repatriation General Hospital, University of New South Wales
Antimicrobial dosing in critical illness: one size doesn’t fit all

Dr Ian Seppelt
University of Sydney, Nepean Hospital
Selective Digestive Tract Decontamination