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Live webcasts address the latest issues in critical care with the opportunity to engage thought leaders in discussion.
The Society of Critical Care Medicine's (SCCM) webcasts tackle late-breaking issues and the latest research. Attendees can attend from the convenience of their home or office with a live format that allows for lively discussion and access to thought leaders.
Missed a webcast or a live meeting? Recordings from select SCCM meetings and activities are available On Demand. Browse the list of On Demand Products.
The Critical Care for Non-ICU Clinicians: Expert Panel Series Webcasts engages a panel of critical care experts who will address questions from non-ICU clinicians caring for critically ill patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. Previous recorded webcasts from this special series are available free of charge.
This webcast will introduce the organization and creation of multicenter registries and key lessons learned from COVID-19 that could potentially be used not only for future health crises, but also to improve coordination for routine critical illness research. Topics include coordination and logistics, data dictionaries across heterogeneous institutions, and legal implications.
The Society of Critical Care Medicine is offering this free webcast to discuss its partnership with CURE ID. Join Heather Stone, MPH, from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and Paul Nagy, PhD, and Matthew Robinson, MD, from Johns Hopkins University as they describe the automated extraction of real-world data from the electronic health record. CURE ID is an FDA initiative designed to capture real-world data, and the edge tool is a scalable solution for data harmonization and extraction.
The Journal Club: Critical Care Medicine webcast series focuses on articles of interest from Critical Care Medicine.
This series is held on the fourth Thursday of each month* and features lively discussion and in-depth presentations from the authors themselves. Registered attendees receive complimentary access to the webcast for one year.