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February 23-25, 2025 | Orlando, Florida, USA
Connect, collaborate, and innovate at this premier event.
The third episode of SCCM’s Current Concepts Series discusses updates in toxidromes and illicit drug abuse in the ICU.
As an update to a 2019 workforce report, three committees from SCCM evaluated critical care medicine’s continued emergence from the COVID-19 pandemic, changes in the critical care workforce, and pitfalls exposed by the pandemic.
SCCM recognizes the 2024 ICU Heroes award winners Ian Azeredo, Cooper Roberts, and their respective healthcare teams at Morristown Medical Center and the University of Chicago’s Comer Children’s Hospital.
Subscription to Critical Care Medicine, the #1 critical care subspecialty journal, as well as full online access to the archives.
Access to a fully searchable collection of more than 1500 critical care presentations, book chapters, podcasts, webcasts, articles, and more in LearnICU.
Discounts on the education and resources you need to provide the best patient care. Attend SCCM’s Critical Care Congress or assess your knowledge for less.
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Join world-renowned experts and your colleagues February 23-25, 2025, in Orlando, Florida, for an immersive educational experience.
Provide critical care knowledge and training for healthcare professionals of all levels.
Gain the realistic training needed to perform and interpret ultrasound imaging.
Receive the most comprehensive review and update in the diagnosis, monitoring, and management of critically ill patients.
Contact the SCCM Hosted Training Team to get more information about bringing training to your institution.
A central component of the Society's mission is the support of quality-based improvement initiatives and resources to support the multiprofessional critical care team.
Liberate patients from the harmful effects of an ICU stay and improve their long-term outcomes.
Be part of the international effort to reduce mortality and morbidity from sepsis and septic shock.
Help expand research to improve outcomes for critically ill and injured patients.
Explore resources for patients and families and information about post-intensive care syndrome.
Support humanitarian programs worldwide that deliver free training, educational resources, supplies, medications, equipment, and volunteer clinicians to low-resourced and crisis-affected areas.
Access resources on COVID-19 vaccines, best practices for treatment, clinician well-being, and more.
SCCM’s premier peer-reviewed journals provide articles to help readers stay ahead of the latest advances in critical care technology and research as new and innovative findings continually improve the practice of critical care. SCCM’s Professional and Select members receive Critical Care Medicine as part of their benefits, and members of the Pediatrics Section receive Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. SCCM also publishes the open access journal Critical Care Explorations.
Critical Care Medicine covers all aspects of acute and emergency care for the critically ill or injured patient, including the latest news on clinical breakthroughs and promising research.
As the official pediatric publication of SCCM and WFPICCS, Pediatric Critical Care Medicine is devoted to pediatric and neonatal intensive care medicine.
Critical Care Explorations is a rapid-publication, open-access journal that publishes exploratory and timely studies.