Webinar 5 – 28 July 2021

ANZPIC Registry: Ask the experts – Your coding questions answered

Dr Johnny Millar, Ms Janelle Young, Assoc/Prof Felix Oberender, Dr Elizabeth Croston, Ms Carmel Delzoppo, Ms Breanna Pellegrini 

Webinar 4 – 21 April 2021

The Critical Care Resources Survey and how it can help the intensive care community

A/Prof Ed Litton

Webinar 3 – 31 March 2021

From one early clinician to another – Dredging the data swamp and making informatics great again

Dr Matthew Durie, Dr Tamishta Hensman and Dr Sing Chee Tan

Webinar 2 – 4 March 2021

CORE Update at the ANZICS CTG 23rd Annual Meeting. Watch the data Ninjas in action!

Webinar 1 – 24 February 2021

Ask the experts – Challenging APD data variables: your coding questions answered.

Ms Kathleen Collins, Professor David Pilcher, Dr Paul Secombe


Webinar 6 – 9 December 2020

ANZICS CORE Outlier Management Program

Dr Deepak Bhonagiri, Ms Tatjana Kriveca, Ms Shaila Chavan, Dr David Pilcher

Related Slides: ANZICS CORE Outlier Management Program Slides

Webinar 5 – 11 November 2020

ICU data to confirm hypothesis, monitor outcome and inform practice.

Dr Shailesh Bihari

Webinar 4 – 21 October 2020

Using registry data in randomised controlled trials: Why PEPTIC may prove transformative for Intensive Care.

Dr Paul Young

Webinar 3 – 23 September 2020

Staff perceptions of family access and visitation policies in Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Units and the organisational perspective using CCR data.

Rachel Bailey

Webinar 2 – 26 August 2020

What can the ANZICS CORE Registries tell us about vulnerable patients and their outcomes?

Dr Paul Secombe

Webinar 1 – 22 July 2020

What can the ANZICS CORE Registries tell us about how to run an ICU?

Professor David Pilcher

Related Articles:

Forster G.M. et al, The Association Between Discharge Delay from Intensive Care and Patient Outcomes

Gershengorn H.B. et al, Association Between Consecutive Days Worked by Intensivists and Outcomes for Critically Ill Patients

McClean K. et al, Identification and assessment of potentially high-mortality intensive care units using the ANZICS Centre for Outcome and Resource Evaluation clinical registry