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Host an FCCS: RL course and prepare healthcare professionals to care critically ill and injured patients in resource-limited areas.
The Society of Critical Care Medicine's (SCCM) hosted Fundamental Critical Care Support: Resource Limited (FCCS: RL) course combines expert-developed lectures with hands-on skill stations to prepare healthcare professionals for the unique challenges faced when resources are limited and the impact these limitations have on providing critical care.
The FCCS: RL course is designed for healthcare professionals who may encounter critically ill or injured patients in resource-limited environments. Participants will learn about managing resource limitations, resource allocation, triage, and ethical implications. The course focuses on a minimum-better-best paradigm for identifying monitoring and treatment strategies in the setting of austerity or resource limitation. Caregivers must have a clear understanding of available medical experience and skills, evacuation capabilities and timelines, equipment, medications, and other supplies.
A key aspect of FCCS: RL is the use of telemedicine to obtain essential subspecialty advice and procedural guidance when transport is delayed.
Contact the SCCM Licensing Team to learn more about bringing training to your institution.
Hear from Fundamentals instructors, directors, and consultants on the value of Fundamentals training.
SCCM has funding available to provide financial support for all types of critical care training for organizations in developing or impoverished nations and in underserved areas of the United States.
For individuals seeking FCCS: RL self-study options, the textbook is available for individual purchase as well as the option to search for a course scheduled nearby.