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Fellows and Masters in the American College of Critical Care Medicine are recognized for their significant contributions to critical care.
Fellows of the American College of Critical Care Medicine (FCCM) are practitioners, researchers, administrators and educators who have made outstanding contributions to the collaborative field of critical care.
Fellowship applications are accepted from October to March 15 each year. The Credentials Committee reviews each completed application with the intent that each qualified applicant is accepted to the College; other applicants receive appropriate feedback, so that many may reapply in the future. Learn more about the criteria and mark your calendar to apply in October.
In order to be considered a Fellow in the ACCM, and thereby use the designation "FCCM", it is required that you participate in the convocation ceremony within three years of your acceptance notification. The convocation fee is $350. The fee includes administrative costs, robe rental and certificate. If you are not inducted within three years, you will be required to submit a new application for future ACCM Fellowship.
The Credentials Committee reviews each completed application with the intent that each qualified applicant is accepted to the College; other applicants receive appropriate feedback, so that many may reapply in the future.
Detailed criteria are available in the ACCM Application. Basic criteria require that applicants:
Fellows in good standing may nominate other Fellows for Masters. The nomination deadline is April 30 and will be considered by the American College of Critical Care Medicine (ACCM) Awards Committee to be conferred at the following year's Convocation. Learn more about eligibility and criteria requirements.
Learn more about the rules, selection process, conferral and benefits for the Master of Critical Care Medicine designation.