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Explore the latest knowledge and research in critical care and network with experts, colleagues, and peers.
Explore the comprehensive and diverse content to be presented at Congress.
Each course is packed with essential clinical information to keep you well informed on various critical care topics. Register in conjunction with Congress and save.
Can’t attend in-person? Congress Digital is available. Obtain access to recorded sessions from Congress to ensure that you are up to date on the latest knowledge and research. ACE and MOC are available.
Be at the center of it all! Connect, collaborate, and innovate at this premier event.
Take advantage of discounted Congress hotel rates by making your reservation through the SCCM Housing Bureau. The deadline to make reservations at the guaranteed group rate is December 19, 2023.
Start planning your time in Phoenix and find information on the Select Member Tour.
Find everything you need to know about the 2024 Critical Care Congress.
View general information for on site, FAQs, maps, and more.
Request a letter of invitation for visas or other purposes.
Medical students and other students in training have a unique opportunity to volunteer during the 2023 Critical Care Congress. In return, students receive complimentary registration.
Add your photos to the on-site mosaic to help reveal a special message! Submit your photo early for a chance to be featured during the 2023 Critical Care Congress opening session.
The submission period for the 2024 Critical Care Congress closes August 2, 2023, at noon Central Time.
Make your contribution to the advancement of critical care by submitting your original investigative research and case reports.
Dates for the Critical Care Congress will be changing from January or February to March or April. The change in dates will allow the Society to consider additional Congress locations. Congress has been in January or February for many years, but it was initially held in May.
This change was made for three primary reasons:
SCCM’s priority is making Congress as accessible as possible to as many participants as possible. Congress has many complex needs, and SCCM is dedicated to evaluating all suitable opportunities throughout the United States while working to contract Congress locations five to eight years in advance.