• Conference April 15th, 16th & 17th
    Preconference Courses April 13th & 14th
  • SCCS - SCCM 2014 Riyadh
    The Largest Critical Care Event of the Year
  • SCCS - SCCM 2014 Riyadh
    5th Annual Internation Conference
  • SCCS-SCCM 2014 Riyadh - April 13th to 17th
    Precoference Courses April 13th & 14th   -   Scientific Meetings April 15th to 17th
  • Join Us for the Largest Critical Care Conference in the Middle East
    SCCS-SCCM 2014 Riyadh is a colaboration between the SCCS & SCCM
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    Join us for our 5th Annual International

    Critical Care Conference

    - SCCM 2014 Riyadh

    The Saudi Critical Care Society &
    the Society of Critical Care Medicine will join forces for the critical care event of the year.
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    Dr. Jose I Suarez graduated from Javeriana University School of Medicine in Bogota, Colombia. He subsequently trained in Internal Medicine in Bogota and at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City. Then he completed his Neurology residency at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH and pursued a fellowship in Neurocritical Care and Stroke at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD (USA).

    After completion of his training Dr. Suarez joined the faculty at the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery at Case Western Reserve University where he became the Maxine Stone and John A Flower Chair of acute neurology. He is currently the director of Vascular Neurology and Neurocritical and a tenured Professor of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX (USA). 
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    - SCCM 2014 Riyadh

    Patient First Care, Evidence
    ICU & Life Threatening Infections in ICU
    Tracks: Adult ICU, Neuro ICU, Pediatric ICU, Nursing, Respiratory Therapy & ICU Nutrition

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    Dr. Thomas E. Stewart is currently is Professor of Medicine and Anaesthesiology at the University of Toronto where he works as a Critical Care Physician at Mount Sinai Hospital and University Health Network. Dr. Stewart has held a number of leadership roles including: Physician-in-Chief (2009-2013) and Chief Clinical Officer (2010-2013) at Mount Sinai Hospital, Director of Critical Care Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital (1998-2009) and the University Health Network (2002-2009). 

    He was a key developer and implementer of Ontario’s Provincial Critical Care Strategy, having served as Chair of the provincial Critical Care LHIN Leader Table for several years while it underwent significant change. He has received multiple honors, awards and grants and has published numerous peer-review articles and book chapters. He is a regular invited presenter nationally and internationally.
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    - SCCM 2014 Riyadh

    Join us for world class international
    speakers, pre-conference courses &
    industry sponsored workshops.

    Conference & courses will be held at
    Al Faisaliah Hotel, Prince Sultan Hall

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  • botz2Dr. Gregory H. Botz, MD, FCCM, is a Professor of Anesthesiology & Critical Care at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He received his medical degree in 1990 from The George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC. He completed an internship in internal medicine at Huntington Memorial Hospital & then completed a residency in anesthesiology & a fellowship in critical care medicine at Stanford University in California.

    Dr. Botz joined the Department of Critical Care at MD Anderson in 1998 and is currently medical director of the Transfer Center, the Acute Care Training Center, and the Medical Emergency Rapid Intervention Team. As a clinician-educator, Dr. Botz serves as regional faculty for the American Heart Association Emergency Cardiovascular Care training programs, and he is a national consultant for the Society of Critical Care training programs.
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    Dr. Stephen M. Pastores is a board-certified internist, pulmonologist, and intensivist with special expertise in the fields of severe sepsis and acute respiratory failure. Dr. Pastores is a Professor of Medicine and Anesthesiology at Weill Cornell Medical College. He joined the Memorial Sloan Kettering staff in 1999 and serve as the director of the critical care medicine fellowship and research programs in the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine. As fellowship program director, he is in charge of the day-to-day operation of the program, including the development and implementation of the educational curriculum for our fellows and in discussing their evaluations, research projects, and career options.

    Dr. Pastores serves as principal investigator for several clinical trials in septic shock and acute lung injury. In addition to his clinical and research activities at Memorial Sloan Kettering, he is actively involved in critical care medicine at a national level, and holds leadership positions in the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the American College of Chest Physicians.
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    Dr. Joseph Christopher Farmer has for more then twenty years been an active leader and developer of efficient and safe inpatient transfer systems of care for critically ill and injured patients. His work includes building necessary care teams, developong infrastructure for monitoring/imroving quality and safety, opimizing patient flow and throughput in the hospital, developing infrastructure for fiscal monitoring and accountability of ICU care systems and systematizing provider communications and care protocols. His work includes scholarly investigations into these same focus areas. The goal of all of this work is to develop care systems that are not dependent on individuals and are engineered for high performance and reliability.

    Most of Dr. Farmer's work has occured in academic medical institutions, but also includes tertiary and quaternry non-academic medical centers too. Dr. Farmer is actively involved in disaster medical planning and response systems for hospitals, regions and countries.
  • Bassily-MarcusDr. Adel Basily-Marcus is an Associate Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York.  He practices critical care medicine in surgical and neurosurgical intensive care units. He joined Mount Sinai in 2001, and currently serves as Director of the Surgical Critical Care Consultation Service, and Director of the Surgical Step Down Unit. 
    He is the Physician-Lead for Critical Care Informatics since 2010.  In addition to his clinical, academic and research activities, he leads the Integrated Critical Care Emergency Preparedness Program, and spearheads quality metrics and reporting for intensive care units across the Mount Sinai Health System.
  • The SCCS & SCCM Critical Care Conference of the year!
  • Featured International Speaker - Dr. Jose I Suarez
  • Featured International Speaker - Dr. Thomas E. Stewart
  • Featured International Speaker - Professor Gregory H. Botz
  • Featured International Speaker - Dr. Stephen M. Pastores
  • Featured International Speaker - Dr. Joseph Farmer
  • Featured International Speaker - Dr. Adel Basily-Marcus