If you want to upgrade your knowledge and impact your practice, then mark your calendar to attend the only multi-disciplinary conference dedicated to perioperative medicine in Canada.

Anesthesiologists, internal medicine specialists, surgeons, hospitalists, pharmacists and allied health care providers will come together to share ideas, debate and learn about leading edge clinical practices to improve perioperative short, intermediate, and long-term outcomes.

2021 Perioperative Care Congress

The Perioperative Care Congress (PCC) 2021 was held as a virtual event Nov. 11-14th.  Even though we did not meet face to face, the Congress provided an outstanding scientific program which included virtual participation from leading clinicians in perioperative care as well as a research competition. If you missed it and were not able to attend PCC 2021, you can still register and have access to all the recordings from all the sessions – including all the fireside chats, chain reaction panels and, of course, the debates!

Register here.  See the PCC2021 program for further information and participating speakers.


Section 1 accreditation 
This event is an Accredited Group Learning Activity (Section 1) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and approved by the Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society. You may claim a maximum of 9 hours (credits are automatically calculated).

Check out the YouTube video for the PCC 2021 Debate between Shadowitz versus Devereaux – A Knock’em Sock’em Event!

Link to PCC2021 Abstract Submissions

Congratulations to the Research Competition Winners

Trimedic Therapeutics Graduate Student/Trainee
First place: Kameela Alibhai, University of Ottawa
Second place (tie): Rachel Heo, McMaster University and Arjun Pandey, McMaster University
Cloud DX Resident and Fellow
First Place: Sandra Ofori, McMaster University
Second place: Daenis Camire, Queen’s University
Roche Junior/Mid-Career
First place: Flavia Borges, Brazilian Board
Second place: Ekaterine Popova, Biomedical Research Institute (IIB Sant Pau)

Check out all the research abstracts that were submitted to PCC 2021!

Link to PCC2021 Abstract Submissions