The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) periodically offers learning collaboratives focused on improving patient safety and the quality of care. These collaboratives provide unique opportunities for hospitals and associated professional groups to network, share experiences, and support one another in implementing and accelerating quality improvement initiatives. Over time, SCCM has welcomed more than 350 intensive care units (ICUs), providing subject matter experts and connecting teams in their endeavors to successfully improve the outcomes of critically ill and injured patients.
View SCCM’s current and past collaboratives to learn more about the quality and safety collaboratives SCCM is currently conducting and those that have been successfully completed.
New Open Enrollment
Family Engagement Collaborative: Postponed due to COVID-19
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research - Intensive Care Unit (PCOR-ICU)
ICU Liberation: Implementing and Tracking the ABCDEF Bundle
Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Early Recognition on Wards
Surviving Sepsis Campaign: Bundle Implementation
If you have an interest in participating in a SCCM collaborative, contact Lori Harmon at email@example.com