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10th EfCCNa Congress

 Bologna, Italy

12 - 15 March 2025

The ICU in times of Climate Change

Environmental Sustainability in Health Care

Environmental Sustainability in Health Care

Environmental sustainability as an integral part of intensive care is the big challenge in the near future. The future is happening now and we as health care workers can have an impact to change the environment of our health care organisations in order to minimize our contribution to climate change and loss of biodiversity .

Latest news

EfCCNa Strategy until 2030 published

EfCCNa Strategy until 2030 defines the federation’s direction and provides a framework for strategic thinking. It relies on all EfCCNa members (Board, Council representatives an...

EfCCNa Newsletter May 2024 is online

The first EfCCNa newsletter is now available on the website. Go to 'News' -> 'Newsletters' and find the latest information about the federation and the activities of their me...

The PEAiCE Research Project

Physiotherapy Provision and Practice: An EuropeAn Intensive CarE Unit (ICU) Survey (PEAiCE).   The purpose of this research is to investigate current provision  a...

Upcoming Events

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TIME: 08:00 - 17:00 hr

39th Annual BACCN Conference
DATE: Monday, 07 October 2024
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1st International Congress on Critical Care Nurses "For the Critical  Ill, For Nursing".
DATE: Friday, 08 November 2024
TIME: 08:00 - 17:00 hr

10th EfCCCNa Congress
DATE: Wednesday, 12 March 2025
TIME: 08:00 - 17:00 hr

EfCCNa - the formal network of critical care nursing associations in Europe.

Since its inception the mission of the federation has been clear: to promote collaboration and equity among the national critical care member associations in order to improve nursing care of critically ill patients and their families.

EfCCNa provides a unique opportunity for European critical care nurses working as equal partners on the advancement of European critical care practice, education, management and research.

EfCCNa - the powerful and collective voice of critical care nurses in Europe.