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Annual Congress

50th Critical Care Congress
Virtual Event
January 31 - February 12, 2021

Registration will open on the folllowing dates:

SCCM Select Members    September 14, 2020
SCCM Members               September 21, 2020
All                                      September 28, 2020

COVID-19 has changed our lives, and the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) and its members are rising to the challenge at every turn. In this spirit, SCCM is adjusting the format of the 2021 Critical Care Congress to reflect the demands and realities of our new world.
The traditional Critical Care Congress, which gathers thousands of attendees to a central location, will not be held in Anaheim, California, January 31 to February 3, 2021. Instead, a virtual event is planned.
We are committed to delivering the same high-quality opportunities found at the Critical Care Congress, adapted to the needs of critical care professionals during these unprecedented times. The 2021 Congress will include:
  • Virtual presentations and online learning opportunities
  • Intimate small-group virtual roundtables with unprecedented access to leaders in the field
  • Late-breaking research in the form of abstracts and virtual Research Snapshot Theaters
  • Robust networking tools that will help you establish and nurture new relationships while you connect with old friends
More information regarding the 2021 Critical Care Congress will be coming soon. In the interim, we have developed this FAQ to assist you with your planning.


Register Online

For all registration options, please visit the Congress registration page


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