Critical Infection

Who is this course for?

The course is aimed at practicing intensivists and those who manage critically ill patients

Who offers the course?

Centre for Research Excellence in Critical Infection

Level of assumed/required knowledge

N/A

Course overview

This two day course 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. The course is aimed at practicing intensivists and those who manage critically ill patients.

In 2014 the 2-day short course will form part of the 4-day Critical Infection Colloquium.

Course duration

2 days

How is the course assessed?

There is no course assessment

Can this course contribute to an academic degree?

No

Course delivery

Series of lectures, over a two day period, from faculty leaders from infectious disease, microbiology and intensive care

The course is held at:
Sydney Law School,
University of Sydney,
City Road,
Darlington,
NSW
Australia

Course cost

Short Course Full Fee (18th-19th) $550
Short Course Trainee (18th-19th) $350
Sepsis Day (19th) $180
Antibiotic Resistance Day (20th) $180
Microbiome Day (21st) $180
Early Career Researcher (19th-21st) $110 per day - Limited places available

All prices include GST, a 10% discount is offered when you register for more than one day.

Course dates

18th - 19th November 2014

Is this course accredited for CME points?

This activity has been accredited by ACEM CPD for a maximum of 6 points and by CICM as Category 2A - Passive Group Learning, 1 point per hour. It satisfies the MOPs/CPD criteria of RACP and RCPA.

Further information and registration

To read about the content and speakers for the colloquium and to register your interest in upcoming short courses offered by the Centre for Research Excellence in Critical Infection visit the
Centre for Research Excellence in Critical Infection events webpage.

Contact person/Course coordinator

Faith Gamban-Sevilla
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Last updated

August 2014