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SCCM Social Media

Connect with SCCM and top critical care influencers.

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Become an SCCM Engagement Ambassador

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) invites you to become an SCCM engagement ambassador. Help raise awareness of SCCM on social media while enhancing your own professional influence.

What does an SCCM engagement ambassador do?

  • Follow SCCM and its top influencers on your favorite social media platforms.
  • Share your stories and what you love about SCCM and critical care, such as journal articles you found interesting or events you are excited about. SCCM will send you other suggestions and ideas as well.‚Äč
  • Use the #SCCMSoMe hashtag to help others curate and identify information.
Signing Up Is Easy
 
  • Sign into SCCM Connect and join the engagement ambassadors group by clicking Join Community 
  • Get the scoop on SCCM events and activities with tips for how you can share information with your networks!
  • Engagement ambassadors can be SCCM members or nonmembers. 

Become an Ambassador Today

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Suggested Follows and Top Influencers

Stay up to date on all things SCCM and critical care! Follow these top influencers. SCCM has curated a follow list on Twitter to make it easy.

SCCM Top Influencers
A list of top follow suggestions! 
SCCM Twitter SCCM President

 

In addition to these follow suggestions, here are some of SCCM’s top hashtags!


Sharing is easy! Use SCCM's infographics and social media templates to make generating and sharing content easy. Each template includes PowerPoint files that are branded and include hashtags.

Discovery, the Critical Care Research Network, Social Templates
Critical Care Ultrasound Course Social Templates
Multiprofessional Critical Care Review Course Social Templates
 

Section Social Media Accounts

Many of SCCM’s specialty sections maintain Twitter accounts to keep members connected and showcase information that advances the specialty.

View the list of sections on Twitter.

Social Media Resources

If you are new to social media or want to learn more about the basics, download the SCCM Social Media Toolkit. It includes guides for beginners and offers tips for getting connected and engaged with critical care influencers!

 
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