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Critical Care Congress | 09 - 12 July 2015

Critical Care Congress | 09 – 12 July 2015

Congress Feedback 2015

Sun City, North West Province, South Africa.  www.criticalcare.org.za

“I just want to say that I am very grateful for the excellent arrangements and the superb hospitality shown to me during the congress in Sun City. I thoroughly enjoyed the congress, sessions, discussions and also the time to relax and enjoy your beautiful country and your fabulous entertainment. Many thanks – most memorable in so many aspects.”  Professor Olle Ljungqvist, International Faculty Member, Professor of Surgery, School of Health and Medical Sciences, Örebro University, Sweden

“On behalf of SASPEN thank you for your tireless contribution towards making the CCSSA / SASPEN Congress the success it was.  Your attention to all our queries and requests are much appreciated. Thank you also for taking such exceptional care of our international speakers. Wishing you all the best with your future endeavours.”  Christina Niewoudt, President, SASPEN

“Thank you for inviting me to speak at the Critical Care Congress.  It was an excellent meeting with a superb academic and social program  and I enjoyed it very much.  All the arrangements worked perfectly and in particular there was great attention to detail regarding my travel arrangements.”  Professor Lance Michell, Local Faculty Member, University of Cape Town

“I enjoyed the CCSSA Annual Congress tremendously. It was well organized and the food was divine. I’d  like to take this opportunity to thank you for all the prompt correspondence, feedback, invoicing etc you did regarding the Critical Care congress. I have been working at  Fresenius for the past 15 years and never before experienced such great service from a organiser.  Job well done.”  Magda Haasbroek, Sales Manager, Fresenius Kabi South Africa

“Once more, a wonderful congress, superbly organised and great fun! Thanks so much for making my trip, stay and tasks such a pleasure.  Thanks too for taking care of the Panorama Mediclinic nurses who found themselves in a predicament.”  Bronwen Espen, CCSSA Council Member

Critical Care is a relatively new speciality that functions at the cutting edge of medical practice.  As such, innovation based upon a sound understanding of the physiological principles that underpin this speciality, is the hallmark of the intensivist.  The Annual Critical Care Congress allows intensivists, critical care nurses and various associated specialists to continue to explore new therapies and their application presented by excellent local and international faculty members.

The Critical Care Society of Southern Africa (CCSSA) is a not-for-profit organisation for professional doctors and nurses in Critical Care Medicine founded in South Africa in the late 1970s. The Society is administered by volunteers from the professional community.












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