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Kent D. Blad DNP, ACNP-BC, FCCM
The American College of Critical Care Medicine (ACCM) was created in 1988, with the intent of fostering the highest goals of multiprofessional critical care medicine and promoting a forum for the development of collaborative practice among the specialties and professions providing critical care.
Fellowship in the ACCM is meant to recognize individuals whose achievements and contributions demonstrate personal commitment to these goals. It honors those who have demonstrated significant contributions and have made an impact on the critical care profession at a regional, national, or international level.
Fellows of the ACCM (FCCM) are practitioners, researchers, administrators, and educators who have made outstanding contributions to the collaborative field of critical care. Currently 1,221 fellows have FCCM designation.
Congress Session Highlight
At the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 2019 Congress in San Diego, California, USA, the session “How to Become a Fellow of Critical Care Medicine” featured three presenters currently serving on the ACCM Selection Committee. FCCM selection criteria were presented and discussed in detail. The focus of the presentation was to introduce the criteria for FCCM eligibility and discuss pearls of wisdom for how to be successful in the application process.
FCCM criteria specify that the applicant must: