Still have questions? See our FAQ below.

LIVES will be an online, digital meeting. Instead of us meeting at a physical location this year for our annual congress, which had been previously planned for Copenhagen, we will now hold the congress completely virtually and online. ​More information on how to access the digital congress will come later on.

To attend the digital congress, you require a valid registration, good internet connection, your computer/laptop and a headset/headphones.

You will have access to all scientific sessions and on-demand recordings. You will also receive access to the digital exhibition, be able to claim CME credits, review the e-posters, and connect with peers, just as in a physical congress.​

Links and all necessary information on how to access LIVES online will be emailed to you right before the start of the congress.  ​

You will be able to review the sessions and visit the virtual exhibition via the link sent to you (i.e., from the virtual platform) throughout the 6 months following the congress.

After that period, the recordings can be accessed via the e-LIVES library on our website.

You can only connect on one device.

To get the best experience at this digital event, we strongly encourage you to connect using a laptop/PC.

The webcam is not mandatory to attend the event. It will only be necessary for the Meet the Expert sessions.

The preliminary programme will be available soon.

Voting, interactive questions, answer tools, and chat will be available in all live sessions. You will be able to ask a question or make a comment with the speakers during the live sessions.

Industry sponsored sessions and e-booths will be accessible on our platform during 6 months as for the scientific programme.

The official hour of the entire LIVES Digital 2021 is CEST (Central European Summer Time).  You can use this website to convert  https://24timezones.com/difference/ CEST into your local time.

Yes, if you are a registered delegate you will be able to access all of our sessions and watch them again during 6 months indefinitely and as often as you like.

Yes, those who register for the congress and watch sessions can request a certificate of attendance.

Yes, ESICM will apply for CME credits to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME® – Institution of the UEMS). The exact number of credits will be updated once approved.

CME credits can be claimed for participation during the 4-DAY LIVE congress (03-06 October) and for the recorded sessions during or after these dates. The EACCME accreditation for recorded sessions will be valid for a period of three months from the starting date of the event. After three months, viewers will not be entitled to receive EACCME credits anymore for viewing the recorded event.

To claim your CME credits you need first to complete a short questionnaire about your LIVES Digital experience, which you will receive by email. The CME certificate will then be available to download and/or print.