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SCCM is updating its SCCM Connect Community. Access to SCCM Connect may be limited until April 23.
SCCM has announced the cancelation of the 2022 Critical Care Congress in-person event and the postponement of the virtual event to April 18-21, 2022. Please visit sccm.org/congress2022 for important details.
In August 14, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake rattled the nation of Haiti. Learn how donations from SCCM’s response are funding a tele-critical care pilot to increase the response capacity of disaster health services in affected communities in Haiti.
As SCCM winds down its 50th year, its leadership continues to celebrate the dedication and vision of SCCM members in sustaining its journey. Help us envision the future of critical care by sharing your vision.
With the rise in cases among children across the country, more healthcare professionals who typically work with adult patients are being tasked with treating pediatric patients. SCCM’s latest blog post summarizes two webcasts SCCM hosted to help smooth this transition.
A subscription to Critical Care Medicine, the #1 critical care subspecialty journal, as well as full online access to the archives.
Access to members-only benefits in LearnICU, SCCM's virtual library of critical care knowledge and resources.
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Explore the latest in critical care with world-renowned experts at the largest multiprofessional critical care event.
Provide critical care knowledge and training for healthcare professionals of all levels.
Contact the SCCM Licensing Team to get more information about bringing training to your institution.
A central component of the Society's mission is the support of quality-based improvement initiatives and resources to support the multiprofessional critical care team.
Liberate patients from the harmful effects of an ICU stay and improve their long-term outcomes.
Be part of the international effort to reduce mortality and morbidity from sepsis.
Explore resources for patients and families and information about post-intensive care syndrome.
SCCM is committed to supporting all healthcare professionals on COVID-19 pandemic front lines. Access complimentary online training designed for non-ICU clinicians.
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.
The Society is rapidly developing and deploying resources to respond to the pandemic. Access all of SCCM's COVID-19 response activities.
SCCM’s premier peer-reviewed journals provide articles to help readers stay ahead of the latest advances in critical care technology and research as new and innovative findings continually improve the practice of critical care. SCCM’s Professional and Select members receive Critical Care Medicine as part of their benefits, and members of the Pediatrics Section receive Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. SCCM also publishes the open access journal Critical Care Explorations.
Critical Care Medicine covers all aspects of acute and emergency care for the critically ill or injured patient, including the latest news on clinical breakthroughs and promising research.
As the official pediatric publication of SCCM and WFPICCS, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is devoted to pediatric and neonatal intensive care medicine.
Critical Care Explorations is a rapid-publication, open-access journal that publishes exploratory and timely studies.