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SCCM is updating its SCCM Connect Community. Access to SCCM Connect may be limited until April 23.
A global COVID-19 registry that tracks ICU and hospital care patterns in near real-time
Viral Infection and Respiratory Illness Universal Study (VIRUS) is a prospective, cross-sectional, observational study and registry of all eligible adult and pediatric patients who are admitted to a hospital. There is no intervention or patient interaction. Only de-identified data is used for analysis. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT04323787
VIRUS COVID-19 Registry Dashboard
The registry will be essential for near-real-time observational comparative effectiveness studies to determine effective treatment strategies and/or provide meaningful hypotheses for clinical trials.
A waiver of informed consent for data collection is being requested for this study from participating sites. No patients will be contacted, but clinicians participating in the study will be surveyed for feedback and satisfaction. For any questions, contact Vishakha Kumar.
Karen Boman (Society of Critical Care Medicine)
Vikas Bansal, MBBS, MPH (Mayo Clinic)
Adult ICUs participating in the VIRUS Registry with at least 3-6 months of data and are located within the United States or its Territories, are invited to apply for a new SCCM collaborative being launched in February 2021. The collaborative, which will be open to twenty sites, is entitled STOP-VIRUS (Structured Team-based Optimal Patient-centered care for virus covid-19). There is no fee to participate. Applications are being accepted through mid-April.
For individuals whose site is IRB approved: please join the SCCM Connect Discovery Group! Access includes a listserve of all participating sites, registry resources and updates of the VIRUS Registry Project.
Request to Join
The feedback on proposals will be shared with the investigators. The proposals that are approved, will have to follow the SCCM Discovery publications policies, that will be shared upon proposal approval. The Discovery VIRUS Publication Review Workgroup will make it a priority for rapid review of proposals based on the timeline given below.
Press releases and news articles highlighting VIRUS activities.
Outcomes and published works from VIRUS.
Pre-Print VIRUS Publications