January Events

Welcome to our News page where we will share our updates and provide you with a consolidated resource of useful events.

We recommend the following events for January:

Wednesday 6th at 19:30 UTC – Performance under pressure in helicopter retrieval medicine with Dr. Stephen Hearns. For more information click  here.

Thursday 7th at 12:30 GMT – Welcoming back this excellent weekly webinar from The Royal Society of Medicine‚Äôs COVID-19 series. Their first of 2021 is on Thursday 7th at 12:30pm GMT and will look at the hesitancy that surrounds COVID-19 vaccines and the impact that could have on delivery. You can register to attend here.

Thursday 21st at 12:00 GMT – Register before 10am on 21st Jan. The RSM Covid-19 series explores ‘Rebuilding America after the insurrection’. After a violent end to a turbulent presidency, Dr Berwick, President Emeritus at the Institute for Healthcare Improvement, and former Administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services under President Obama, will reflect on the handling of the pandemic by the Trump administration, the current state of the nation, and how President Biden plans to get the virus under control. To register click here.

 Tuesday 26th at 16:15 GMT – During this webinar The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, in collaboration with The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, will discuss how a coordinated effort from the global health sector, policymakers, international agencies and communities will help address new and emerging challenges we face in a post-COVID-19 world. To register click here.

Friday 29th, All day – Topics in Infection – this one-day meeting from The Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene brings together microbiologists, infectious disease physicians and biomedical and clinical scientists to hear updates on recent ‘hot topics’ covering all aspects of infectious disease. It will be an online event and explore issues such as One Health, new antimicrobial resistant organisms and emerging infections. Please click here to purchase your tickets.


As governments around the world continue to grapple with the pandemic, Critical Care International is working with organisations operating throughout the world to help them stay one step ahead of the virus.