• Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    The Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG) is a highly collegial group that is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence and advancement of critical care research in Canada.
  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    The CCCTG has are more than 30 research programs underway and over 100 peer-reviewed publications to its credit, with direct impact on clinical practice in critical care.
  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    The Canadian Critical Care Trials Group (CCCTG) is a national organization of more than 300 individuals with research interests in the management of the critically ill patient.
  • Canadian Critical Care Trials Group
    Endorsement by the CCCTG communicates our full commitment to ensure that the work is undertaken in a rigorous and ethical manner, and communicated in a timely and effective way.

Publications and Press Review

You will find below our annual reports and a list of articles, interviews and documentaries about programs & researchers of the CCCTG Group published in different medias for the general public across Canada.

Activity Reports

Activity Report 2017-2018 (Special 30th Anniversary)
Activity Report 2016
Activity Report 2015
Activity Report 2014 (Special 25th Anniversary)


Press Review

Blood Transfusion Thresholds - Lower is Better 

Dr. Paul Hébert discusses the results from the Transfusion Requirements in Critical Care Investigators (TRICC) Trial and the results of the most recent Transfusion Requirements in Septic Shock (TRISS) trial.   Article from Emmanuèle Garnier from Le Médecin du Québec.org.

OSCILLATE Trial - Better results for conventional ventilation

Learn More about the Oscillate Study, lead by principal investigators Meade & Ferguson.
Dr François Lamontagne quoted in the article and radio interviewed.

Towards RECOVER - Quality of life in the ICU aftermath

ICU Survivors from Sherbrooke, Québec discuss the ICU aftermath with doctor Margaret-S-Herridge.

Intensive Care - Efficient but Costly 

Dr. Paul Hébert discusses the Intensive Care Services at the CHUM with journalist Michel Dongois from L'actualité médicale/ProfessionSanté.