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SCCM stands with the people of Ukraine and is poised to offer as much support as possible.
SCCM is dedicated to keeping hospitals and intensive care units operational during the Ukraine humanitarian crisis. Grant funding is available to provide financial support for healthcare facilities. Awardees will receive $50,000 in funding that may be used to purchase medical supplies, humanitarian aid, or other services.
Please contact Mark Lenhart for additional information or if you know of a hospital that could be considered for the grant.
SCCM held free training courses that combine elements of its ICU Liberation and Fundamental Critical Care Support: Surgical courses in Lviv, Ukraine, August 30 to September 7, 2023. Up to 300 healthcare clinicians were trained to support patients after surgical care in the ICU to begin recovery and rehabilitation.
SCCM also held additional free advanced ultrasound training courses September 8 and 9, 2023, to provide point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) training focused on skills to quickly diagnose and care for critically ill and injured patients. These courses were a continuation of the courses held in March 2023.
Members of SCCM traveled from the United States to Lviv, Ukraine in March 2023 to train more than 140 clinicians on lifesaving critical care ultrasound. Learning and using point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) skills allows Ukrainian medical professionals to quickly diagnose and care for critically ill and injured patients—all the more important as injuries continue to mount in the ongoing Ukrainian humanitarian crisis.
Access to SCCM's journals and SCCM Resource Library is available to institutions in eligible locations through Research4Life.