Frequently Asked Questions
Before using the contact form at the bottom of the page, please read the following questions and their answers carefully - it will save you and us a lot of time.
1) When was the congress?
September 5th and 6th, 2018.
2) Where did the congress take place?
Completely online, right on your internet-connected device and wherever you have an internet connection.
3) Will the talks be available after the congress?
Yes, all talks were recorded and will be made available to view on demand after the congress, on YouTube with slides and audio on Apple Podcasts. The talks from the 1st WSC and WSC Spotlight are already available on those channels. We will start with Session 1: 'Sepsis – Still a Global Health Threat' on September 20th, 2018.
5) What does UTC mean? How do I figure out my time zone?
UTC means Coordinated Universal Time, it is the standard time of the world. You can easily find out your time zone by going to the respective session on the program page or by downloading the program.
6) Will there be a certificate?
Yes, we will issue a certificate of participation after the congress.
We will have further information about the certificate available soon - both here on the website and sent to the email you used for registering. It will either be created automatically and send via email, or there will be a form available on this website.
In any case, there will definitely a certificate for everybody who attended live.
The timeline for this is second half of September or early October at the latest.
Due to sheer volume, please note that requests for certificates will be have to be ignored until then.
7) Will there be CME credits?
Unfortunately, we were unable to find an organization able to provide CME credits for so many participants from more than 150 countries. This is still something we want to do and will revisit for our next congress.
8) What language will the congress be in? Will there be subtitles?
The congress will be in English only. There will not be subtitles. However, we plan to add subtitles to the talks when we release them to YouTube.