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October 4, 2016

ICM + ICMx = YOUR DAILY CONNECTION TO RESEARCH

Tuesday Oct 4th

Advancing knowledge is a well-established key to improving practice and affecting outcomes of patients at the bedside. Over time, accepted treatments and methods change – based on evidence coming from clinical trials and promising research from experimental studies. Our scientific journals, Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) and Intensive Care Medicine Experimental (ICMx) leave no area without focus – ensuring you have daily access to the newest and most interesting data in both clinical research and basic/experimental science.

Thematic Session   
ICM: YEAR IN REVIEW 2      

ICM Editor-In-Chief Elie Azoulay (Paris, France) and Editor Giuseppe Citerio (Monza, Italy) lead the ICM: YEAR IN REVIEW 2 session, which will highlight the best and most notable research and papers from the journal, presented by some of ICMs most respected  editors:

  • ARDS: Laurent Papazian (Marseille, France)

  • Ethics: J. Randall Curtis (Seattle, United States)

  • Neurology: Martin Smith (London, United Kingdom)

Elie Azoulay will once again utilise this special special to honor the best papers in ICM, citing the top three selected papers from 2015.
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From Bench to Bedside Session              
ICM EXPERIMENTAL 2: MECHANISMS OF CRITICAL ILLNESS                

This novel session chaired by Peter Pickkers (Nijmegen, Netherlands) and John Laffey, (Toronto, Canada) really crosses the normal boundaries for what we've learned about basic physiology and how these insights might build into ideas and concepts to be applied in future clinical studies and practice. Top experts delve into topics rarely touched on in this unmissible hour:

  • The brain as master-regulator: Fernando Bozza (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

  • Cross-talk between organs: Michael Bauer (Jena, Germany)

  • Cross-talk between cell and microcirculation: Can Ince (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

  • The disrupted body clock: Matthieu Legrand (Paris, France)

 

Don't miss one of these two great sessions – it's the perfect way to begin your congess day…

Thematic Session ~ ICM: YEAR IN REVIEW 2   

04.10.2016, 08:30 – 09:30, room Lisbon       

From Bench to Bedside Session ~ ICM EXPERIMENTAL 2: MECHANISMS OF CRITICAL ILLNESS

04.10.2016, 08:30 – 09:30, room Paris      

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