Exhibits and Sponsorship

Acquire and educate the most qualified leads in critical care at the Critical Care Congress.

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Thank you to the Society of Critical Care Medicine's 50th Critical Care Congress industry partners. Check back for information about the 51st Critical Care Congress.

Exhibit at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 50th Critical Care Congress and be a part of this exciting milestone! This Congress is sure to be SCCM’s most exciting as we host events honoring progress, technology, and changes in critical care.
Record attendance is anticipated, which means exhibitors will have great opportunities to acquire and educate the most qualified leads. Share your newest technology, products, services, and career opportunities with the largest gathering of multiprofessional critical care thought leaders from all over the world.

Book your exhibit on site at the 49th Critical Care Congress and save $200!

Visit the Exhibitor Registration counter or contact Colleen McNamara at +1 847 827-7478 or cmcnamara@sccm.org.

50th Critical Care Congress Preliminary Exhibitor Prospectus

Exhibitor Registration Information

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COVID-19 has changed our lives, and the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), its members and our trusted industry partners 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. SCCM has come to the difficult decision to postpone and reschedule all in-person meetings, including the Critical Care Congress.

SCCM is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and we had hoped to celebrate this milestone together during the annual Congress you have come to know and trust for decades. In our 50 years, we have never been afraid of change, and we are more committed than ever to our mission to improve care for the critically ill and injured.

Our reformatted educational program promises to deliver the same high-quality opportunities as those associated with the Critical Care Congress, adapted to the needs of critical care professionals and industry partners in the COVID-19 era.

We value the partnerships we have nurtured over the past five decades and are excited for the innovative advertising, sponsorship, and virtual exhibit opportunities we will have to offer. This new format will unlock new opportunities for our industry partners, likely with unprecedented access to targeted groups of highly engaged participants. We know this new format will raise a lot of questions and we are working to provide more details as soon as they become available.
As we finalize the virtual platform the FAQ sheet is evolving. If you would like to help shape this new frontier, we are putting together an industry roundtable and your input is welcome. Please contact Colleen McNamara directly. We are thankful for your support as we look to achieve a shared mission to improve critical care worldwide and look forward to working on a successful Critical Care Congress.

Advertising - SCCM defines as any type of marketing/promotion that has as call to action for commercial products or services (i.e. visit booth, go to website, etc.)
Successful product promotion begins with targeting the right audience at the right time. With SCCM’s advertising opportunities, you will reach key decision-makers, purchases and influencers who can make a significant impact on your sales revenue. Customize your own advertising package or select one of SCCM’s discount packages.
Sponsorship - SCCM defines as company or corporate recognition in exchange for monetary support for fee for service.
SCCM offers multiple sponsorship opportunities at Congress. Your company name will be seen at a wide range of Congress activities, increasing your exposure to critical care decision-makers, purchasers, and influencers. Congress sponsors receive substantial recognition for their support. SCCM acknowledges the importance of corporate partners and recognizes that without their generous support a successful Congress would not be possible.

Access the Advertising/Sponsorship Portal

Industry Insights
Industry Insights are programs planned and conducted by industry or the industry’s assigned third-party partner. These events are not considered part of the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 49th Critical Care Congress. The sessions provide attendees with additional educational and/or informational learning experiences. Program content and product information are the sole responsibility of the industry sponsors and/or industry’s assigned partners.
Sessions will be held Sunday and Monday, February 16 and 17, 2020. The following time slots are available:
Day Date Hours
Sunday February 16 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Monday February 17 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Applications are due by Friday, October 11, 2019. Download the informational guide and application.

Industry Insights Information Guide and Application 2020

Industry Education Workshops
These are educational programs that are up to 1 hour, held in one of two enclosed theaters in the Exhibit Hall during specified times. These programs are planned and conducted by industry partner or their third-party partner.

Medical Education Grants 
Be acknowledged as an educational partner by supporting the educational programming at Congress through an unrestricted medical educational grant. All Congress programs are packed with essential clinical information to keep practitioners informed on various critical care topics.
Educational Sessions
Support a master class or entire educational program that includes bundled topics. Because these are continuing education (CE)/continuing medical education (CME) sessions, no influence by industry is allowed in the program content or speaker selection. Master class topics include:
Cardiovascular Physiology (Adult)
Cardiovascular Physiology (Pediatrics)
Palliative Care Challenges in the ICU
Reimagining Teaching Interprofessionally
Investment: Customized
Held at specific day and times, with a maximum of two per session, these programs promote improvement in healthcare and give a balanced view of available therapeutic options for all intensive care practitioners.
The CE/CME symposia are supported by unrestricted independent educational grants and comply with industry guidelines. SCCM is the CE/CME provider for these events. All presentation topics, faculty, and objectives are approved by SCCM to ensure that content is unbiased and meets established goals. For an incremental fee, enduring material options are available to reach learners beyond the virtual event.
Investment: Customized
Please contact Desiree Ng at dng@sccm.org