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Attending Annual Scientific Meeting on Intensive Care once again

      This April, after 3 years of only participating in online conferences, webinars, and meetings, we were able to finally get together at Sydney International Convention Centre to attend the ANZICS/ACCCN Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) incorporating the annual Paediatric and Neonatal Conference. It was so good to actually see, reconnect, talk to, and socialise with colleagues once again and have the opportunity to make new connections. Sure, there were some online presentations, but mainly we were able to once again enjoy face-to-face presentations, discussions, and even debates. Congratulations to ASM Convenors A/Prof Swapnil Pawar, A/Prof Naomi Hammond, Dr Corinne Balit, Ms Natalie Duns, and the organising committee for pulling off a successful scientific program and excellent social events.
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