Virtual Critical Care Rounds

Prepare students, residents, and fellows to contribute to the diagnosis and management of the critically ill patient during ICU rounds.

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View a demo of Self-Directed Virtual Critical Care Rounds IVirtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) is designed to better prepare students, residents, and fellows to contribute to the diagnosis and management of the critically ill patient during their intensive care unit (ICU) rounds.​ Adult and pediatric versions are available.

The program features:

  • Professionally-narrated modules with clear learning objectives, engaging case studies, interactive questions, and a list of additional resources for further exploration 
  • An extensive topic selection with lectures developed by content experts on each subject 
  • SCCM’s efficient learning management platform, which allows program directors to view and monitor participants’ progress throughout the courses
Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to:
 
  • Recognize emergent conditions and describe appropriate interventions
  • Analyze case scenarios and explain treatment options
  • Recommend treatment strategies for critically ill patients based on medical history, physical examination, and diagnostic data
VCCR is available in two different formats: 
 
  • Program Director-Led Course: An online, instructor-led course.
    • Students use a state-of-the-art online learning management system to complete the lecture portion of the course, and pre- and posttests assure their mastery of the educational content. Course directors and coordinators can monitor the progress of participants in real time through their personalized administrative dashboard. 
  • Self-Directed Course: An online, self-study course.
    • Access to the same didactic sessions found in the program director-led version of the course in a relaxed learning experience. Learners cover materials at their own pace from the comfort and convenience of their homes or offices and then assess their knowledge through  pre- and posttests. 
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