Armstrong Medical are pleased to announce they are Platinum Sponsors of the Critical Care Review Meeting 2020 (#CCR20).
Critical Care Reviews is a free, not-for-profit, educational critical care project promoting open access to scientific advancement, founded and led by Dr. Rob Mac Sweeney, an intensivist working in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The Critical Care Reviews Meeting is held annually and has established itself as a world-leading medical conference, and the premier scientific event for specialist around the world working within the area of critical care.
The conference brings together chief investigators for the best critical care trials to present their findings and inform best practice, changing the treatment landscape and promoting scientific advancement in critical care medicine. The event is again being held at the Titanic in Belfast.
"#CCR20 is set to be the biggest and best yet"
Sales and Marketing Director at Armstrong Medical said, Nigel Armstrong said; “It is a fantastic achievement for this prestigious event to be held annually in Belfast. Hosted at the iconic Titanic Museum, built on the site of the White Star shipyard where RMS Titanic was built and launched, is now the world’s largest visitor attraction. We look forward to the event each year and #CCR20 is set to be the biggest and best yet”
As part of our ongoing commitment to training and education, Armstrong Medical is supporting 21 healthcare professionals to attend the event locally, and from across the UK including Scotland, England, and as far as Poland.
Armstrong Medical are pleased to be involved again.
Armstrong Medical have supported the conference as Platinum Sponsor for 3 years and are pleased to be involved again in 2020.
Armstrong Medical Founder and Chairman, John Armstrong MBE, said, “As Platinum Sponsors, we are delighted to be identified and associated with the Annual Critical Care Reviews Forum.
“This prestigious event brings together some of the finest minds in Critical Care Medicine which combines informed reflection with active Vision. I believe it’s in this space that further significant advancements can be made.”
"#CCR20 promises to be exciting and potentially game-changing"
Dr Rob Mac Sweeny said, “With more than 400 delegates from around the world already registered to attend, #CCR20 promises to be an exciting and potentially game-changing conference that will report the latest discoveries and medical advancements in the field of critical care medicine. A key aim of Critical Care Reviews is to make scientific discovery accessible to all and the data being presented at the conference underscores our efforts to promote research and scientific advancement in this complex area of medicine. This wouldn’t be possible without the support of our key sponsor, Armstrong Medical, and we would like to thank them for continuing to be involved with the conference which this year is set to be our biggest and best meeting yet.”