|World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine|
The World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine (WFSICCM) was established in 1977 and is a membership organization comprised of National Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine. The principle objective of the World Federation is to promote the highest standards of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine for all mankind, without discrimination. The WFSICCM now has a membership of over 80 national scientific societies with a combined individual membership of over 80,000 intensive and critical care practitioners throughout the world.
The World Federation is governed by an elected Council of 15 members each of whom serve a term of office of 4 years. The leadership of the organisation is provided by an Executive Committee comprised of the President, Secretary General and Treasurer. The organisation is headquartered near London, UK where all support functions are provided by a Chief Executive Officer. Council would normally meet on two occasions each year but more regular discussions are held using on-line video conferencing.
In seeking to promote the highest standards of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine for all mankind without discrimination, there is an increasing recognition that we have a growing responsibility to foster international collaboration in intensive and critical medicine because of the growing international focus of disease. Disease knows no international boundaries. We want to be the global organization that can facilitate and enable collaborative efforts in research, training and education to raise standards of care and improve outcomes for patients.
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37th International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine (ISIECM)
Meeting Date From: 21/03/2017
Meeting Date To: 24/03/2017
Key Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Website: http://www.intensive.org/
The ISICEM is held every year in March. Started in 1980, this meeting has become established as one of the largest in its field, now attracting more than 5630 participants from countries world-wide. The objectives of this four day symposium are to provide participants with an up to date review of the most recent, clinically relevant, developments in research, therapy, and management of the critically ill. The meeting is open to all physicians, nurses and other health professionals with an interest in critical care or emergency medicine.