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Webcasts
Live webcasts are free for SCCM Professional and Select Members. All attendees receive a recorded copy of the live webcast after the event. 

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Upcoming Webcasts

July Journal Club Webcast: Spotlight on Pharmacy

Friday, July 19, 2019
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central Time

Each month, the Society of Critical Care Medicine hosts a Journal Club webcast featuring pharmacy topics. Journal Club webcasts are held on the third Friday of each month.

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Presenters

Victoria Milano, PharmD
PGY2 Critical Care Resident
Mayo Clinic Hospital
Rochester, Minnesota, USA
 
Thrombolysis guided by perfusion imaging up to 9 hours after onset of stroke. N Engl J Med 2019;380(19):1795-1803.
 
Alexa R. Marrese, PharmD
PGY2 Critical Care Resident
UF Health Jacksonville
Jacksonville, Florida, USA
 
The Restrictive IV Fluid Trial in Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock (RIFTS): A Randomized Pilot Study. Crit Care Med. 2019;47(7):951-959.
 
Ashley Taylor, PharmD
PGY2 Critical Care Resident
AU Medical Center
Augusta, Georgia, USA
 
Early Sedation with Dexmedetomidine in Critically Ill Patients. N Engl J Med. 2019 [Epub ahead of print].
 
 
Moderator
 
David Sugrue, PharmD, BCCCP
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Surgical Intensive Care
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
 

Select and Professional Members: $0
Associate Members: $40
Nonmembers: $45

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Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses in Critical Care Research

Wednesday, July 24, 2019
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central Time

Attend the Society of Critical Care Medicine's (SCCM) upcoming free webcast, Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses in Critical Care Research, and discover how these are becoming key tools for evidence synthesis that most critical care clinicians must apply in their practice.

As the volume of published research in critical care grows, the need for synthesis of evidence becomes increasingly important. Attend the Society of Critical Care Medicine's (SCCM) upcoming free webcast, Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses in Critical Care Research, and discover how these are becoming key tools for evidence synthesis that most critical care clinicians must apply in their practice.

Many research questions in critical care may be addressed by SCCM members using these approaches. However, the conduct of systematic reviews and meta-analysis requires specialized methodology, including:

  • Clear specification of the research question
  • Comprehensive strategies for identifying relevant studies
  • Appropriate statistical methods for analysis

This free webcast will provide an overview of the key steps involved for those interested in using these approaches in their own research and for readers of the critical care literature.

Presenter

Waleed Alhazzani, MD, MSc, FRCPC
Associate Professor, Departments of Medicine and Health Research Methods, Evidence and Impact
McMaster University 
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada 

Moderator
Shan Wang, BS, PharmD, BCCCP 
Program Director, Pharmacy Residency 
Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Critical Care 
NYU Winthrop Hospital 
Mineola, New York, USA

This webcast is brought to you by Discovery, the Critical Care Research Network in collaboration with the Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacology (CPP) Section and will be moderated by Shan Wang, BS, PharmD, BCCCP, of NYU Winthrop Hospital.

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July Journal Club: Critical Care Medicine

Thursday, July 25, 2019
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central Time

The implementation of work hour reforms was intended to protect patients from errors by fatigued physicians and to protect trainees from the dangers of sleep deprivation.

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The implementation of work hour reforms was intended to protect patients from errors by fatigued physicians and to protect trainees from the dangers of sleep deprivation. However, the work and sleep of physicians who have completed training have been seldom studied. In this webcast, co-author Rita N Bakhru, MD, MSCE, will discuss the Critical Care Medicine article “Sleep and Work in ICU Physicians During a Randomized Trial of Nighttime Intensivist Staffing” and the article’s relevance to clinical practice. Participants will be invited to ask questions and engage in a conversation on this topic.  Tamas Szakmany, MD, PhD, EDIC, DESA, will moderate the webcast. 
 

Presenter
Rita N Bakhru, MD, MSCE 
Assistant Professor of Medicine 
Section of Pulmonary, Critical Care, Allergy and Immunologic Diseases 
Critical Illness, Injury and Recovery Center 
Wake Forest University School of Medicine 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA 

Moderator
Tamas Szakmany, MD, PhD, EDIC, DESA 
Senior Lecturer in Intensive Care 
Cardiff University 
United Kingdom 

​This webcast, hosted by the Society of Critical Care Medicine, is part of the Journal Club: Critical Care Medicine series, which focuses on an article of interest from Critical Care Medicine. The webcast is held the fourth Thursday of the month (excluding December and February in 2019), except for November when it will be held the third Thursday of the month. 

Select and Professional Members: $0
Associate Members: $40
Nonmembers: $45
 

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August Journal Club: Critical Care Medicine

Thursday, August 22, 2019
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Central Time

The quick sepsis-related organ failure assessment (qSOFA) score was proposed as a risk tool to facilitate rapid identification of patients at risk of mortality or intensive care unit (ICU) admission related to suspected infection.

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The quick sepsis-related organ failure assessment (qSOFA) score was proposed as a risk tool to facilitate rapid identification of patients at risk of mortality or intensive care unit (ICU) admission related to suspected infection. The score was originally designed to predict mortality conditional on baseline risk, but in practice and subsequent evaluations, it is often used as a stand-alone tool. So how does the accuracy of qSOFA for predicting mortality change across increasing levels of comorbidity burden?  

In this webcast, co-author Stephanie Parks Taylor, MD, will tackle that question as she discusses the Critical Care Medicine article “Predictive accuracy of qSOFA for hospital mortality decreases with increasing comorbidity burden among patients admitted for suspected infection.” Dr. Taylor will also address the article’s relevance to clinical practice and invite participants to ask questions and engage in a conversation on this topic.  Anthony T. Gerlach, PharmD, FCCM, will moderate the webcast. 

Presenter
Stephanie Parks Taylor, MD 
Associate Professor  
Department of Internal Medicine 
Carolinas Medical Center, Atrium Health  
Charlotte, NC 
 
Moderator
Anthony T. Gerlach, PharmD, FCCM 
Clinical Pharmacist 
Ohio State University Medical Center 
Columbus, Ohio 
 
This webcast, hosted by the Society of Critical Care Medicine, is part of the Journal Club: Critical Care Medicine series, which focuses on an article of interest from Critical Care Medicine. The webcast is held the fourth Thursday of the month (excluding December and February in 2019). 

Select and Professional Members: $0
Associate Members: $40
Nonmembers: $45

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