The American College of Critical Care Medicine
is seeking an experienced volunteer methodologist to serve on a new SCCM evidence-based guideline panel related to rapid sequence intubation as applied to critically ill and injured patients. SCCM guidelines
continue to be highly accessed and cited as valuable tools for all bedside clinicians.
SCCM volunteer methodologists are:
Considerations and skills for this appointment include:
- Considered leaders of guidelines, working closely with the cochairs, co-vice chairs, and panelists
- Educators and mentors in the application of methodology standards of excellence
- Experienced in bedside practice of critical care medicine
- Ability to devote at least five to eight hours per month to assigned duties
- Clear communication skills and an ability to inspire panelists to complete tasks
- Independent and collaborative orientation with intent to accomplish goals set forth in guideline timelines
If you have successfully served in the past as a methodologist on guidelines for medical associations that apply similar rigor to SCCM guidelines standards and you are interested in this opportunity, please send your CV to Lori Harmon, Director of Quality, via email
This volunteer term will begin in August 2019 and will conclude on publication of the guideline. After appointments are established and the panel is assembled, the guidelines process should require a commitment of no more than two to two-and-a half years.