Survey of National Attitudes and Knowledge in Envenomation (SNAKE Study)Have you treated a snake or spider bite in a clinical setting in the past three years? Complete our survey!News
The Centre for Integrated Critical Care together with three Melbourne groups from STEMM and HASS disciplines co-convened a half day symposium on interdisciplinary communication research and engagement for 21st century healthcare.News
Congratulations to Professor George Braitberg, on being awarded the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine's Service Award, in recognition of his significant service to the College.News
The ANZCA Melbourne Emerging Researcher Scholarship (AMERS) is designed to to support early-career researchers in Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, enrolled in a Research Higher Degree at The University of Melbourne.News
The British Government has accused Russia of stockpiling the Soviet-designed nerve agent Novichok to use in assassinations. Professor George Braitberg tells us how and why it’s so deadly.News
The ANZCA Melbourne Emerging Anaesthesia Researcher Award has been established to foster multicentre research at University of Melbourne affiliated hospitals.News
As recently as the 1980s there was limited training for Mongolian anaesthetists. Dr Amanda Baric and A/Professor David Pescod are driving a program to improve healthcare.News
New research finds that seeing a physiotherapist before abdominal surgery can halve the rate of potentially deadly respiratory complications, with Ms Ianthe Boden and Professor Linda Denehy.News
Anaesthesia has come a long way from its origins in dentistry in 1840s America, but just how it works remains a medical mystery. Professor David Story provides a brief history.News
The Centre for Integrated Critical Care promotes multi-centre research with the Departments of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine at the 15 hospitals affiliated with the University. We engage in collaborative and translational research with other clinical and biomedicine departments, Clinical Trials Networks, government and industry.
Our research priorities are grouped within several key themes, encompassing elements of all critical care disciplines. This multidisciplinary approach aims to increase the opportunities for researchers to collaborate and develop evidence-based, patient-focussed integrated models of care, based on demonstrated clinical and cost effectiveness, where a clear need has been identified.View
An overview of current research activity across our network, ranging from audits and observational studies to large clinical trials and our multidisciplinary program to increase research equity for culturally and linguistically diverse patients.View
Welcome to the Centre for Integrated Critical Care
The Centre for Integrated Critical Care brings together the three key disciplines that manage high risk and critically ill adults and children: anaesthesia; emergency medicine; and intensive care.
We strive to lead in policy and practice to improve the safety and quality of clinical care across the patient journey through internationally recognised, integrated academic research, education and engagement in the care of high risk and critically ill patients before, during and after their hospital stay.
“Integrating acute care to improve patient outcomes globally”
The Centre for Integrated Critical Care will improve the health and wellbeing of critically ill and high-risk patients by:
- integrating critical care practice, research and education
- providing evidence-based care for the acute patient from the beginning to the end of the patient journey
- leading critical care innovation and practice globally.
The leadership team of Professor Rinaldo Bellomo (Professor of Intensive Care), Professor David Story (Professor and Chair of Anaesthesia) and Professor George Braitberg (Professor of Emergency Medicine) oversee the three, integrated research streams, harnessing the expertise of a large network of critical care specialists undertaking clinical care, research and education at 15 University-affiliated hospitals.