Want to improve your scientific writing? Led by Prof Howard Bauchner, (Editor-in-Chief, JAMA 2011-2021) Prof Cecilia O'Kane (Joint Editor-in-Chief, Thorax) & Prof Lars Andersen (Statistical Reviewer, JAMA), we're delighted to add a workshop on "How to Prepare Manuscripts for Influential Journals". The workshop will have very limited availability and will only be for CCR23 delegates. Registration opens soon.
added January 10th
The 582nd Critical Care Reviews Newsletter, covering the week of January 30th to February 5th, is out.
added February 5th
Need a guideline in airway management? We have over 30 open access guidelines across a range of conditions relevant to critical care. If we're missing a major open access critical care airway guideline, please let us know.
Want to see the major cardiac arrest trials all in the one place? We have links to over 50 listed on our Major Resuscitation Trials page. If we're missing a major resuscitation trial, please let us know.
Our current list of critical care journals tops 108, including 57 open access journals. And we scan them all for our daily Journal Watch feature. It's the largest collection available for this specialty.
Registration for the Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2023 opens on Monday, October 17th at 19:00 UTC+1. The meeting is being held in Titanic Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland. This niche meeting hosts major critical care trial results, reviews the best trials of the preceding 12 months and discusses all aspects of trial methodology, design, interpretation and publishing.
Something special is going #CCR22. Its a conference with an innovative & courageous format.— Victoria Cornelius (@VR_Cornelius) June 16, 2022
Generous time & an editorial is given to EVERY trial- allowing real depth to trial understanding & interpretation.
No frantic series of 20 mins talks here! Just powerful dissemination. pic.twitter.com/hoxNfpPXkA