At the heart of the Society of Critical Care Medicine's mission is the education of all professionals involved with the care of the critically ill and injured. As a service to the critical care community, SCCM compiles this list of Society educational programs as well as those submitted by others. In addition to live courses, SCCM offers a full line of courses On Demand that can be viewed from the convenience of a learner's home or office.
Posting to SCCM's Conference Calendar
Only non-profit organizations are eligible. The educational program will be reviewed for its relevance in critical care medicine and the mission of SCCM. SCCM retains the right to decline posting any meeting at its sole discretion, including those for educational programs that compete with a similar SCCM educational program or product. Posting of a program to the SCCM website does not constitute an endorsement from the Society. To submit your program for posting to the SCCM website, please email the following information to Lindsay Tintera:
- Complete meeting name (no acronyms)
- Date(s) of meeting
- URL or .pdf of the complete program
- An electronic sample of printed promotional literature and/or advertising
Posting of a program to the SCCM website does not constitute an endorsement on the part of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Eligible organizations may seek formal endorsement of their programs by meeting the appropriate criteria and completing an application.
Finding Bubbles: Using Transcranial Doppler to Understand Pulmonary Physiology
10/2/2020 - 10/2/2020
Free Virtual Event
The findings of Drs. Alexandra Reynolds and Hooman Poor that were recently published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine (AJRCCM) provide insight into the pathophysiology underlying hypoxemia in COVID-19. They will discuss their use of transcranial Doppler for understanding both neurological and pulmonary manifestations of COVID-19 infection.
Three Learning Objectives that will be discussed during this webinar are:
- to describe the significance of a positive bubble study using transcranial Doppler
- to describe other information that can be obtained using transcranial Doppler while monitoring comatose patients with COVID-19
- to describe a hypothesis regarding the pathophysiology of underlying hypoxemina in COVID-19
Advances in Critical Care
10/15/2020 - 10/16/2020
Baylor College of Medicine
The Advances in Critical Care Conference provides an opportunity to connect with colleagues, network and collaborate with critical care experts, and explore cutting-edge tools, technologies and processes.
Bringing together all members of the multidisciplinary team caring for the critically ill patient, this joint medical and surgical critical care two-day event will feature internationally renowned faculty and content sessions highlighting evidence-based developments in critical care. The panel sessions will feature discussions on sepsis, ARDS, trauma, ECMO, shock, acute kidney injury and highlighted by a lunchtime keynote address on the clinical conundrum of analgesia, sedation, and delirium management to promote ICU Liberation.
9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference
11/5/2020 - 11/7/2020
Interdisciplinary collaboration and coordination is vital to facilitate early mobility and rehabilitation in the intensive care unit (ICU) setting. Join other critical care and rehabilitation clinicians for the 9th Annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference. This conference builds on last year’s conference, attended by >700 participants from across the U.S. and around the world. The Main Conference (Nov 6-7) offers all-new, evidence-based content to provide an up-to-date learning experience with multi-disciplinary attendees and speakers – exactly the kind of collaboration needed for successful early mobility/rehabilitation programs in adult and pediatric ICUs. Find info on how you can submit your abstracts at the conference website.