• Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    The Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG) is a highly collegial group that is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence and advancement of critical care research in Canada.
  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    The CCCTG has are more than 30 research programs underway and over 100 peer-reviewed publications to its credit, with direct impact on clinical practice in critical care.
  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    The Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG) is a national organization of more than 300 individuals with research interests in the management of the critically ill patient.
  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    Endorsement by the CCCTG communicates our full commitment to ensure that the work is undertaken in a rigorous and ethical manner, and communicated in a timely and effective way.

Together, how can we improve the care of the critically ill?

You have experienced critical illness, as a patient, family member or caregiver?

We need your input on how we can improve the care of critically ill patients. Come and share your ideas in an informal setting.

This FREE event will be held at the Campbell House Museum in Toronto from 5 to 7pm EDT on October 23rd, 2015.

With the help of the moderators, we will have an informal discussion about critical care and critical care research. Click here to view the Café Scientifique Poster.

About the discussion


To register

The event is free but to help us better plan, please, click here to register (tell us your name and how many people will attend)

Getting there

The Campbell House, 160 Queen St. West (see map), is on the northwest corner of Queen Street West and University Avenue, an easy walk from the city centre and just steps away from Osgoode Subway Station and the 501 and 502 street car route. Parking is also available near the museum - municipal Green P parking (110 Queen Street West; parking lot entrances are off Bay Street and off Queen Street West); the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts (the parking lot entrance is off York Street); and a lot operated by Carpark Management Services Ltd (located on the south side of Queen Street West, west of Simcoe Street).