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Content Type: Video and Interviews

THRIVE: Reaching out to Patients and Families After the ICU

Leaders from the Society of Critical Care Medicine attend the Society's Save a Life Public Health Fair to help educate patients and families about life after the intensive care unit.

Critical Care Societies Collaborative: Addressing Burnout in ICU Clinicians

Members of the Critical Care Societies Collaborative discuss findings from a national summit held on burnout and identify strategies for addressing the condition. They presented during the 47th Critical Care Congress and share an in-depth debrief after the session.

In-Training Research Grant Winner

Jessica Wallisch, MD, discusses her In-Training Research Grant Award during the 47th Critical Care Congress. She received the award for her abstract, "Aquaporin-4 Inhibitor AER-271 Blocks Edema and Improves Outcomes in Pediatric Rat Cardiac Arrest.” 

SCCM President: An Interview with Dr. Zimmerman

The Society of Critical Care Medicine’s 2018 President discusses his background and his passion for Less is More during the 47th Critical Care Congress.

Chat with the Editor: ICU Risk Scores Perform Well as 'Continuous Markers' of Illness Severity

Critical Care Medicine Editor-in-Chief Tim Buchman, MD, PhD, MCCM, talks with the author of a late breaking article released during the 47th Critical Care Congress.

SCCM Pod-152 CCM: Implementing Real-Time Computerized Sepsis Alerts

Marin H. Kollef, MD,discusses an article published in the March 2011 Critical Care Medicine titled, “Implementation of a Real-Time Computerized Sepsis Alerts In Nonintensive Care Unit Patients.”

Pediatric ICU Liberation: Collaborative Members Share Their Success

ICU Liberation leaders Matthew Aldrich, MD and John Lin talk with Pediatric ICU Liberation Collaborative participants Yu Kawa and Grace Arteaga. Both submitted abstracts to the 47th Critical Care Congress highlighting their success with the ICU Liberation initiative and implem...