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Day 0

1200 onwards Registration
Track 1
1410 – 1520 Session 1: Shock & Fluid Management
Session Chair: Dr Ruth Chen, Singapore
1410 – 1430 Goal directed therapy in sepsis – What should be the goal?
Prof Mervyn Singer (London, UK)
1430 – 1450 Hemodynamic monitoring – Are we beyond the invasive era?
Dr Yeh Yu-Chang, Tony (Taiwan)
1450 – 1510 Aiming for zero fluid accumulation – A practical approach
Dr Adrian Wong (London, UK)
1510 – 1520 Q & A

Day 1

0830 – 0845 Opening Address
Dr See Kay Chong and Dr Mark Nicholls
0845 – 0915 Plenary 1: COVID-19 infection – How far have we progressed?
Prof David Lye, Singapore
0915 – 0945 Plenary 2: Environmental Sustainability in the ICU
Prof Forbes McGain, Australia (Virtual)
0945 – 1000 Break
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
1000 – 1110 Session 2: COVID-19 Pandemic – Current Trend and Opinions Session 3: Weathering the Storm in ICU Session 4: Greening Initiatives in the ICU (Virtual)
Session Chair: A/Prof Forbes McGain, Australia
1000 – 1020 Respiratory subphenotypes in COVID-19 pneumonia – Does it still matter?
Dr Phua Ser Hon (Singapore)
Neurostorming: Paroxysmal
sympathetic hyperactivity
Prof Kiwon Lee (USA)
Dr Hayden Burch
Dr Louise Trent
Dr Matthew Antsy
1020 – 1040 Effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on cardiac arrest resuscitation practices and outcomes
Speaker coming soon!
Thyoid storm in the ICU
A/Prof Chng Chiaw Ling (Singapore)
1040 – 1100 Post-intensive Care Syndrome in COVID-19 survivors
Prof Neha Dangayach (New York, USA)
Characterizing the cytokine storm in sepsis
Speaker coming soon!
1100 – 1110 Q & A Q & A
1115 – 1145 Plenary 3: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic: The ICU perspective
Prof Jason Phua, Singapore
1145 – 1245 Satellite Symposium
1300 – 1410 Session 5: Well-being in the ICU Session 6: Critical Care Nephrology Session 7: Resuscitation Science
1300 – 1320 Mental health in the ICU – A practical guidance to build personal and team resilience
Dr Laura Hawryluck (Toronto, Canada)
Advances in the understanding of AKI pathophysiology and phenotypes
Dr Marlies Ostermann (London, UK)
Human factors and ergonomics to improve crisis resource management in the ICU
Dr Chiara Santomauro (Australia)
1320 – 1340 Empathy and compassion – How to remain human in the ICU environment
Dr Maleena Suppiah Cavert (Singapore)
Nephrotoxin stewardship
Dr Sandra L. Kane-Gill (Pennsylvania, USA)
Physiology of targeted resuscitation
Speaker coming soon!
1340 – 1400 Impact of unacceptable behavior between healthcare workers on outcomes in the ICU
Dr Linda Guo (Australia)
Practice and challenges in diagnosis and management of AKI in Asian ICUs
Prof Nattachai Srisawat (Thailand)
Prof Nattachai Srisawat (Thailand)
Educational strategies to improve outcomes from cardiac arrest
Dr Adam Cheng (Alberta, Canada)
1400 – 1410 Q & A Q & A Q & A Q & A
1415 – 1515 Meet-the-Expert Coffee/Tea Break Meet-the-Expert
Coffee/Tea Break
1515 – 1625 Session 8: Education and Innovation
Session 9: Fluids and Nutrition Session 10: Cardiac Arrest Session 11: Pediatric Critical Care I
1515 – 1535 Intensive care unit quality improvement
Dr Sandra L. Kane-Gill (Pennsylvania, USA)
What to do with maintenance fluid post PLUS
Dr Adrian Wong (London)
Improving rates of ROSC – Can we do anything about it?
Speaker coming soon!
1535 – 1555 Feedback and debriefing – An art and science
Dr Adam Cheng (Alberta, Canada) (Virtual)
Enteral nutrition: Expert tips for daily practice
Prof Jean-Charles Preiser (Belgium) (Virtual)
Post-cardiac arrest syndrome
Prof Jerry Nolan (Bath, UK) (Virtual)
1555 – 1615 Safety science innovation in the ICU
Prof Chiara Santomauro (Australia)
Glucose targets
Dr Moritoki Egi (Japan) (Virtual)
Where are we after TTM2?
Dr Lim Shir Lynn (Singapore)
1615 – 1625 Q & A Q & A Q & A Q & A
1630 – 1700 Plenary 4: Optimizing mental and emotional wellbeing at the ICU work place – What can we do at the organizational level?
Dr Mika Hamilton (Toronto, Canada)
1700 – 1730 Plenary 5: Improving airway competency among ICU specialists
A/Prof David Brewster, Australia

Day 2

0830 – 0900 Plenary 6: Is Less More in the ICU?
Prof Hans Flaatten, Norway
0900 – 0930 Plenary 7: Sepsis care – Should we protocolize or personalize?
Prof Mervyn Singer, United Kingdom
0930 – 1000 Break
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
1000 – 1110 Session 12: Airway Management Session 13: Sepsis Session 14: Critical Care Cardiology
Session Char: Dr Ruth Chen, Singapore
Session 15: Rapid Resonse System
Session Chair: Dr Augustine Tee, Singapore
1000 – 1020 Principles of safe airway management in COVID-19 patients
Prof Sheila Nainan Myatra (Mumbai, India)
Epidemiology, management and outcomes of sepsis in Asia
Dr Andrew Li (Singapore)
Hemodynamic optimization in left heart failure
Dr Mok Kwang How (Singapore)
1020 – 1040 Strategies to prevent airway complications in the ICU
A/Prof David Brewster (Melbourne, Australia)
Sepsis induced disseminated intravascular coagulation
Dr Moritoki Egi (Japan) (Virtual)
Key considerations for E-CPR success
Speaker coming soon!
1040 – 1100 Troubleshooting of tracheostomy emergencies
Dr Jerry Lim (Singapore)
Novel therapeutics for severe sepsis
A/Prof Yugeesh Lankadeva
(Melbourne, Australia)
Mechanical circulatory devices: An update
A/Prof Lin Weiqin (Singapore)
1100 – 1110 Q & A Q & A Q & A Q & A
1115 – 1145 Plenary 8: Paediatric
1145 – 1215 Plenary 9: The critically ill oncology patient – Challenges and opportunities
Dr Stephen Pastores (USA)
1215 – 1315 Satellite Symposium
1330 – 1440 Session 16: Intensive Care of Special Patient Groups Session 17: ARDS Session 18: ECMO
1330 – 1350 Code Cancer – Role of intensive care in the age of immunotherapy
Dr Stephen Pastores (USA)
What’s new in the stress and strain of ARDS management
Speaker coming soon!
Dr Graeme MacLaren (Singapore)
1350 – 1410 Acute respiratory failure in immunocompromised patients
Dr Phua Ghee Chee (Singapore)
Advances in management of patient-ventilator asynchrony
A/Prof Mohd Basri Mat Nor (Malaysia)
ECMO and the microcirculation
Dr Yeh Yu-Chang Tony (Taiwan)
1410 – 1430 Why do patients with interstitial lung disease fail in the ICU?
Speaker coming soon!
Oxygen targets in ARDS
Dr See Kay Choong (Singapore)
Update on ECCO2R in patients with acute respiratory failure
Speaker coming soon!
1430 – 1440 Q & A Q & A Q & A
1445 – 1545 Meet-the-Expert Meet-the-Expert Meet-the-Expert
1545 – 1655 Session 19: The Geriatric Patient in the ICU Session 20: Paediatric Critical Care II Session 21: Neurocritical Care
1545 – 1605 Integrating geriatric principles into critical care medicine
Dr Nathan Brummel (Ohio, USA)
TBA Autoimmune encephalitis – What the intensivist needs to know
Dr Chanjira Satukijchai (Bangkok, Thailand)
1605 – 1625 Frailty, multimorbidity and ICU outcomes
Prof Hans Flatten (Norway)
TBA Acute neurological complications of COVID-19 infection
Dr Tu Tian Ming (Singapore)
1625 – 1645 Geriatric palliative care: Concept, challenges and strategies
Dr Neo Han Yee (Singapore)
TBA Recovery after stroke –
Beyond medical therapy
Prof Neha Dangayach (New York, USA)
1645 – 1655 Q & A Q & A Q & A
1700 – 1730 Plenary 10: Papers you shouldn’t have missed – A review of the year’s critical care literature
Prof Jason Phua, Singapore

Day 3

0830 – 0900 Plenary 11: Sepsis therapies – Learning from failure of translational research to improve therapeutic success
Prof Mervyn Singer, United Kingdom
0900 – 0930 Plenary Session 12: Paediatric
Speaker coming soon!
0930 – 1000 Break
Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Track 4
1000 – 1110 Session 22: Critical Care Obstetrics
Session Chair: Dr Lie Sui An, Singapore
Session 23: Trauma Session 24: Neurosurgical Critical Care
1000 – 1020 The critically-ill obstetric patient: Addressing maternal morbidity and mortality through collaborative multidisciplinary care
Dr Sarah Rae Easter (Boston, USA)
Resilience and long-term outcomes after trauma – Can we do anything about it?
Prof Peter Alistair Cameron (Australia)
Neuromonitoring in traumatic brain injury
Dr Doungporn Ruthirago (Bangkok, Thailand)
1020 – 1040 Maternal hemodynamics and common cardiac conditions
Speaker coming soon!
Receiving the bleeding trauma patient:
What is current best practice?
Dr Ho Vui Kian (Singapore)
Vasospasm: An update on the evidence and where to now?
Speaker coming soon!
1040 – 1100 Respiratory failure in obstetric patients – Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic
Dr Sewa Duu Wen (Singapore)
Creative therapies in trauma management
Speaker coming soon!
Determination of brain death in countries in Asia and the Pacific
Dr Gene Yong Sung (USA)
1100 – 1110 Q & A Q & A Q & A
1115 – 1215 Satellite Symposium
1230 – 1340 Session 25: Sedation, Analgesia and Delirum Session 26: Pediatric Critical Care III Session 27: ANZICS/CICM Global
Intensive Care Initiative
1230 – 1250 Sedation in the ICU – with what and how much?
Dr Nathan Brummel (Ohio, USA)
1250 – 1310 Sedation after SPICE III, the Day after
Prof Yahya Shehabi (Australia)
1310 – 1330 Pain management in the ICU
Dr Wong Yu Lin (Singapore)
1330 – 1340 Q & A Q & A Q & A
1345 – 1445 Meet-the-Expert Coffee/Tea Break Meet-the-Expert Coffee/Tea Break
1445 – 1555 Session 28: Post ICU Care Session 29: ICU of the Future Session 30: Organ Donation
1445 – 1505 Advances in post-ICU rehabilitation
Speaker coming soon!
Application of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the ICU
Speaker coming soon!
The impact of COVID-19 on organ donation
Dr Rohit D’Costa (Australia)
1505 – 1525 The role of and key considerations in setting up the critical care follow-up clinic
Dr Nathan Brummel (Ohio, USA)
The use of holographic technology to enhance patient care
Dr Gao Yujia (Singapore)
Pushing the barriers in lung donation
Prof Gregory Snell (Australia)
1525 – 1545 Mental health after critical illness
Dr Mika Hamilton (Toronto, Canada)
The future of antimicrobial dosing in ICU using advanced technology and data science
Dr Sandra L. Kane-Gill (Pennsylvania, USA)
Ethics of antemortem procedures and resuscitation of the organ donor
Dr Michael O’Leary (Australia)
1545 – 1555 Q & A Q & A Q & A
1600 – 1630 Closing Plenary 13: The importance of collaboration of medical societies
Dr Gene Yong Sung, USA
1630 – 1645 Closing Address: SICM and ANZICS – The Next Chapter

Programme is updated as of 5 May 2022
The programme may be subject to change without prior notice