The Society of Critical Care Medicine supports various quality and patient safety activities. The Quality and Safety Knowledge Line at LearnICU.org offers educational materials, and MyICUCare provides resources to patients and families.
Surviving Sepsis Campaign
The SSC is a joint collaboration of SCCM and the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine aimed at reducing sepsis mortality rates.
Liberate your patients from the harmful effects of pain, agitation and delirium in the ICU and improve their long-term outcomes.
Explore collaboratives aimed at ensuring the provision of patient- and family-centered care.
New Recommendations Aim to Redefine Definition and Enhance Diagnosis of Sepsis, Septic Shock.
Evaluate your critical care unit and implement plans for process and performance improvement with this robust rating tool.
Improve patient and family support after critical illness by joining the THRIVE Initiative.
SCCM is involved in several partnerships as part of its mission to improve the quality of care for the sickest patients.
Alarm and Alert Fatigue Webcast Series
This two-part webcast series is held in collaboration with the Surgery Patient Safety Committee.