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Host an FCCS: Crisis Management course and prepare healthcare professionals to sustain patient care during disasters.
The Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) Fundamental Critical Care Support: Crisis Management (formerly Fundamental Disaster Management) hosted course combines expert-developed presentations with interactive skill stations to provide healthcare professionals the knowledge needed to sustain patient care in both natural and intentional disasters. Core principles include disaster preparation, the role of the hospital in disaster response, augmentation of ICU capacity, tertiary triage and palliative care considerations, special patient populations, personal protective equipment, infectious disease outbreaks, chemical and radiologic exposures, mass shootings, blast and burn incidents, and natural disasters.
The hosted course is offered in person.
Contact the SCCM Hosted Training Team to learn more about
bringing training to your institution.
Contact the SCCM Hosted Training Team to learn more about bringing training to your institution.
Hear from Fundamentals instructors, directors, and consultants on the value of Fundamentals training.
The Hosted Training Team can help sites that have not previously held a course find a consultant who will lead the development of FCCS: Crisis Management on site.
FCCS: Crisis Management Presentations
FCCS: Crisis Management Skill Stations
SCCM has funding to provide financial support for critical care training for organizations in developing or impoverished nations and underserved areas of the United States.
For individuals seeking FCCS: Crisis Management self-study options, an eBook and textbook are available for purchase as well as the option to search for a course scheduled nearby.