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SCCM is updating its SCCM Connect Community. Access to SCCM Connect may be limited until April 23.
Take advantage of opportunities to network and grow professionally while advancing critical care.
Take advantage of the opportunity to network and make a bigger impact in critical care by joining one of the SCCM's Specialty Sections. Get involved, be inspired, and help advance the specialties that matter most to you through unique projects and educational programming.
With SCCM Chapters spread across the United States, these groups provide a vehicle for members to exchange information, network with local critical care practitioners, and discuss the impact of national issues in their communities.
Come together to advance a specific area of knowledge by joining an SCCM Knowledge Education Group (KEG). These informal groups are available to SCCM members only.
Joining SCCM’s Creative Community is an opportunity to advance critical care, improve patient care, and unlock new leadership opportunities.
Social Media Ambassadors are a group of SCCM members dedicated to helping SCCM spread the word online about SCCM's mission to secure the highest quality care for all critically ill and injured patients.
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