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Resources for healthcare professionals responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The COVID-19 Rapid Resource Center offers hundreds of educational materials developed for clinicians to adopt the latest best practices for treating patients with COVID-19.
Are you a non-ICU clinician who can benefit from critical care training? Access SCCM's complimentary online training, Critical Care for Non-ICU Clinicians, as well as webcasts.
SCCM has released its Surviving Sepsis Campaign COVID-19 guidelines to manage critically ill adults with COVID-19 in the intensive care unit. This guideline is updated as new evidence becomes available.
COVID-19 studies are being published rapidly. Find the latest articles from Critical Care Medicine, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, and Critical Care Explorations.
As part of SCCM's efforts to support healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic, explore these complimentary continuing education resources.
Looking for more information on COVID-19 vaccines? See resources from the CDC in the COVID-19 Rapid Resource Center
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The Viral Infection and Respiratory Illness Universal Study (VIRUS) COVID-19 is registry of current hospital care patterns to allow evaluations of safety and observational effectiveness of COVID-19 practices and to determine the variations in practice across hospitals.
SARI-PREP is a multicenter consortium funded by the National Foundation for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is being assembled with the goal of providing the infrastructure to rapidly collect prospective data on clinical risks and outcomes, hospital-level stress, and biologic specimens that will aid in the rapid development of diagnostic and treatment approaches.
Adult ICUs participating in the VIRUS Registry with at least 3-6 months of data and are located within the United States or its Territories, are invited to apply for a new SCCM collaborative being launched in February 2021. The collaborative, which will be open to twenty sites, is entitled STOP-VIRUS (Structured Team-based Optimal Patient-centered care for virus covid-19). There is no fee to participate. Applications are being accepted through mid-April.
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