The programme is aimed at all critical care and anaesthesia nurses and allied health professionals from novice to expert level: clinicians, educators and researchers and share evidence-based practice in assessment and management of the critically ill and critical care education and training with professionals from around the world.
The scientific programme will showcase the best current critical care research, practice and educational approaches. For this Congress, we have added a few new presentation formats to provide valuable opportunities to network and engage with topic experts and also provide new opportunities for industry partners.
For a compact overview of the lectures of the keynote and invited speakers' presentations, as well as the oral abstract presentations sessions, please download the latest version of the preliminary programme at a glance via the button here below.
The full programme including all the titles and presenters of the abstract presentations can be downloaded via the second button. P
Presenters of an oral presentation have received instructions by email. These can also be downloaded via the button below. Presentations must be uploaded well in advance; please follow the instructions carefully.
An overview of the posters can be downloaded via the button below.
Poster presenters have received instructions by email by 15 August. These can also be donwloaded via the second button.
A visit to the ICU of the University Medical Centre Utrecht (UMCU) and the Diakonessenhuis hospital will be organised on Thursday afternoon 1 September and Friday afternoon 2 September 2022.
All pre-registered delegates will receive more information by email. There are still a few more places available on Friday, please contact the Registration Desk on-site before 11:00 hrs. on Thursday 1 September. Eventual available places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and can only be reserved on-site. It is NOT possible to reserve a pkace before the start of the Congress via email or phone!
Please note: The hospital visits can be cancelled at the last minute due to unforeseen circumstances.
Critical Care Doctoral Educated Nurses = CCDEN
The Critical Care Doctoral European Nurses group was created in 2015 in Valencia. Our objective is establishing a network of critical care nursing researchers. Since then, the group has engaged over 40 members from all over Europe. Members either hold a PhD degree or are current doctoral students. The group also welcomes nurses who have completed other Doctoral programmes in a European country (e.g. DPhil; DNS; Professional Doctorate or similar).
We plan to form working groups aligned to specific research interests enabling dynamic communication. If you hold a PhD or are currently a PhD student and are interested in joining this group, please attend the CCDEN meeting on Friday, 2 September at 11:00 hrs. For more information, please click here.
Accreditation for Dutch nurses will be applied for.
A personal Certificate of Attendance stating the number of contact hours will be made available to all delegates shortly after the Congress.