The seventh trial to be announced for CCR23 is the PATCH-Trauma trial
The fifth trial to be announced for CCR23 is the TEAM trial
Early Active Mobilization during Mechanical Ventilation in the ICU
The fourth trial to be announced for CCR23 is the UK REBOA trial
Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta (REBOA) for trauma patients with uncontrolled torso haemorrhage
The third trial to be announced for CCR23 is the DEVICE trial
Direct versus video laryngoscopy in critically ill adults undergoing emergency tracheal intubation
The second trial to be announced for CCR23 is AID-ICU
Haloperidol for the Treatment of Delirium in ICU Patients
The first trial to be announced for CCR23 is CLOVERS
Early Restrictive or Liberal Fluid Management for Sepsis-Induced Hypotension
Check out this short video from the Critical Care Reviews Meeting 2022. If you're interested in critical care trials, this is the meeting for you.
In June 2022, we hosted 5 major trial results, including LOVIT, SUDDICU, FIRST-ABC, PREPARE2 and CLASSIC, as well as meta analysis on vitamin C in sepsis and hypothermia for cardiac arrest. Four of the major trial result presentations were simultaneously published in the New England Journal of Medicine or JAMA, and two systematic reviews & meta analysis were simultaneously published in NEJM Evidence. A further position paper was published in Nature Medicine.
This is a relative small, intimate, niche meeting. In 2022, delegates attended from 26 countries and every corner of the globe. If you plan on coming, please book as soon as possible to avoid disapointment. As our venue capacity is fixed, when tickets are sold out, we're full!
The Critical Care Reviews Meeting is a truly unique event, where our aim is to share science rather than make money. For those who can't attend in person, we will be livestreaming the event for free. All talks are recorded and made freely available on the CCR website. Our annual book, summarising the best trials of the previous year, is given to delegates and a pdf copy made freely available for downloading. For those who do make it, we aim to have a minimal impact on our environment, with carbon offsetting in the form of tree planting, no plastics, and a focus on local food. We provide unrivalled free on-site childcare, reduced maternity and paternity rates and a baby feeding area. We try to match scientific excellence with global equity and environmental responsibility. Critical Care Reviews is not-for-profit.
The programme and faculty aren't available yet, but will be gradually added to between now and June. We may run workshops this year for the first time on Tuesday 13th. Hotel options, including reduced delegate rates, will be available soon.
While we take pride in providing a culturally rounded event, the Critical Care Reviews Meeting is a scientific conference, highlighting the best critical care trials in the world. We host major trial results and review the best trials of the previous 12 months. Every trial result is allocated a full 90 minute session, including 30 minutes for the results presentation, 15 minutes for an independent editorial, 10 minutes open questions and a 30 minute expert panel discussion. Reviews of previously published trials get 40 minutes, again with an independent editorial. In the mornings, we host major trial results; in the early afternoon we review major trials published over the preceding year; and in the late afternoon, we change pace with expert panel discussions on various aspects of trial methodology, design, interpertation, dissemination and publishing.
The vibe of our Meeting is different too, with a fusion of local live music and international world class science, housed within the stunning Titanic Belfast, where RMS Titanic and Olympic were built and launched into the North Atlantic waters. Our social programme matches our scientific programme, with superb night events, as well as early morning exercise options. Alternatively, take the time to explore our home city Belfast, which is remarkably vibrant and culturally rich. If you have time to stay for a few days or longer, get outside the city and explore the island - there are few more beautiful places in the world.
Titanic Belfast is the home venue for the Critical Care Reviews Meeting. Opened in 2012 to coincide with the anniversary of the sinking of RMS Titanic, this incredible building is a physical match for the original ship, with bows projecting from each corner and standing the same height as the famous White Star ocean liner. Situated on the exact location where RMS Titanic was constructed, this iconic building overlooks the slipways where RMS Titanic and Olympic were launched into the Atlantic Ocean.
Please note there is no access to the Museum during the scientific programme.
Address: 1 Olympic Way, Queen's Road, Belfast BT3 9EP
We believe in equity of access for all, so having a little one isn't an obstacle to attending CCR22. We provide a range of services to make it easier for you to come to Titanic Belfast and if you want to bring your child into the meeting room, all the better. If you're still not able to attend, then watch the free livestream from home. To secure a place for your child at our creche, please email
Reduced registration rates for those on maternity & paternity leave
Baby feeding area
Professional, on-site creche
(we are forced to charge for our on-site childcare as part of our "ethical" conference approval 🙄; the cost will be minimal and payable on the day)
We're delighted to offer reduced registration rates for those on maternity or paternity leave at the time of the meeting. This includes both our in person and virtual registration options.
Should you need to avail of childcare to attend the meeting, we are pleased to be able to offer this free of charge. This facility is provided by registered childcare professionals in a dedicated, secure room two floors below the conference. You will be able to pop down and see your little ones during the breaks and lunch and can also bring them into the meeting. We have a limited capacity to care for children so please book early. Further details are available by emailing
A private baby feeding area is provided, including some equipment and a large screen from where you can watch the presentations live. Please let us know in advance if you would like to use this facility so we can prepare for the correct number of babies. You can do this by emailing
If there is anything else we can do to help you attend CCR22, or to make your attendance easier, please do get in touch by emailing us at
If you've come directly to Titanic Belfast from the airport or train station, or maybe are returning to either of these at the end of the day, then relax in in the knowledge that we can store your luggage on site whilst you attend the meeting.
Should you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the meeting for a little while, we provide a quiet space for thought, prayer or reflection. It's on-site, so you will only miss as much of the meeting as you wish. If you think you would like to use this, please let us know in advance by emailing