12 CME Credit Hours Approved for the Conference.     


Welcome to W4C 2022

Dear Friends,

Greetings from W4C!

"Learning Critical Care with Pleasure" is the principle ethos of W4C. The organizing committee of W4C is pleased to invite you to participate in this mega annual exciting theme based Critical Care Medicine Conference to be held at exotic Jim Corbett in the hills and forests of Kumaon. The dates are 13th to 16th October 2022 for this face to face learning extravaganza. Theme this year is Sepsis. We propose to offer you a magnificent mix of top international and national faculty. You can easily call it "Best of World". There is complete package of workshops, freshly conceptualized W4C Critical Care Certification Refresher course. The weather during this period will be most enviable.

So what are you thinking? Register NOW and go wild with Learning and Wildlife Pleasure.

Dr. Narendra Rungta
Organising Chairman & Chairman Scientific Committee

Dr. Lalit Singh
Organising Secretary

Dr. Ranvir Singh Tyagi
Co-Organising Chairman

Dr. Diptimala Agarwal
Scientific Secretary

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Tyagi

About Jim Corbett

Jim Corbett National Park, can be befittingly called the paradise of Tigers for the fact, that it holds a large population of tigers in its breathtaking landscapes that consists of different varieties of flora and fauna. Named after the legendary Tiger hunter turned Naturalist Jim Corbett, the proud destination 'Jim Corbett National Park' was the first national park of India, established in 1936 in the hill state of Uttarakhand in Northern India. It is one of the most famous wildlife destinations, visited by several wildlife enthusiasts who want to catch the glorious sights of the Indian tigers.

Spread across the districts Nainital and Pauri, the Corbett National Park covers an area of 1288 sq. km, together with neighboring reserves- Sonanadi Wildlife Santuary and Reserve Forest. It is home to approximately 110 tree species, 50 mammal species, 580 bird species, and 25 reptile species that are found both in the lower and higher regions of the park. The geographical location of this place that encloses streams, rivers, and ridges crisscrossing the terrain, makes Jim Corbett National Park a perfect habitat for numerous plant and animal species. There are 2 safaris (Jeep Safari & Elephant Safari) options at the Jim Corbett National Park.

October to March is the ideal time to visit Jim Corbett National Park, temperature may vary between 16-26 degrees celsius. The days remain pleasant, however, the nights may get a bit colder because of the dense forest around. We recommend to carry a shawl / light woollens.

E-Cart Facility:
E-cart facility is available to commute between the Conference Venue- Hotel the Riverview Retreat and nearby hotels.

About SRMS

Shri Ram Murti Smarak Institute of Medical Sciences is a well-established, leading institute in the field of medical care, education and research. The associated hospital is a 1000 bedded, multi-super specialty, tertiary care and trauma center spread over 40 acres of land and houses over 30 specialty and super specialty departments. It offers PG Courses in Pre,Para & Clinical departments and offers 150 seats of MBBS course. The hospital is well equipped with sophisticated and ultra modern diagnostic facilities and provides world class treatment. It caters to the health needs of a population of almost 30 million within a 250 km radius comprising western UP, Kumaun and extending upto Nepal.

The department of critical care medicine at SRMS institute is a platinum graded critical care complex comprising a 42 bedded ICU and a 10 bedded HDU equipped with diagnostic and therapeutic modalities of the highest standard complying to our one aim of excellence in patient care. Additionally, we boast of a didactic training program for trainees in intensive care medicine comprising an extensive curriculum and clinical experience of critically ill patients of all specialties.

October to March is the ideal time to visit Bareilly. The temperature remains moderate and pleasant, ranging from 20-32 degrees celsius.