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We are proud to support World Sepsis Day - 13th September 2014


Dr. Senaka Gunetilleka






  New events, new faces
We open the events this year with a new Council for the year 2014. The team looks multidisciplinary in many aspects and addition of regional representatives will expand the events and programs to many other places out of Colombo

We will be opening the workshops and programs for the year with the Emergency Life Care (ELC) Sri Lanka. The program will be held in the first week of April with added features in the workshop and there will be many other extras in the field of Emergency Medicine this year. The details of all these will be available soon.

The events calendar is heavy with intensive care, ultrasound, mechanical ventilation, advanced life support and many other programs to follow soon. The CME programs will continue this year too and there will be many new aspects in Critical Care Medicine and Emergency Medicine that will be featured to keep all the programs fresh and up to date.

The international recognition and support for SSCCEM is growing rapidly with many regional bodies requesting SSCCEM to take major roles in the coming events and meetings. SSCCEM will be getting many new opportunities to host internationally recognised training sessions in Sri Lanka due to the links created with many international bodies.

The emergence of new faces in the organising structure is heartening to see and from the annual sessions SSCCEM 2013 onwards the work load has been shared by them very well.

So we invite all medical professionals who are involved in CCM and EM to come join us and learn, teach, share and enjoy ……. and be the pulse of the critically ill.


Founder Member

Sri Lanka