Acute Cardiac Care
Learn how to effectively diagnose, manage and treat cardiac complications in critically ill and injured patients.
Connect with colleagues, network and collaborate with critical care experts, and explore new tools, technologies and processes at the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 50th Critical Care Congress. The Society’s Congress is the largest critical care event that brings together all members of the multiprofessional, multidisciplinary team.
Congress On Demand
Find On Demand presentations from the 49th Critical Care Medicine. This includes the full Congress program, pre-courses, and special complications.
COVID-19: What's Next
This online conference will feature the newest COVID-19 research findings, prominent multiprofessional faculty, guidelines updates, and resources. Join clinicians from around the world, from the convenience of your home or office, to seek evidence-based solutions to improve outcomes for COVID-19 patients.
Coronavirus, COVID-19, Disaster, education, Emergency Response
Critical Care Ultrasound
Focused ultrasound examinations in the critical care setting have become an extension of the clinical assessment because of their rapid, precise detection capabilities.
Each year, SCCM's popular Congress pre-courses, Current Concepts in Adult Critical Care and Current Concepts in Pediatric Critical Care, deliver the latest clinical information relevant to patients in the intensive care unit.
Current Concepts, Education
Explore real-life ethical challenges critical care professionals face in their effort to deliver quality patient care.
Gain strategies for effectively implementing sedation liberation and promoting patient mobility. The Society of Critical Care Medicine's ICU Liberation initiative aims to liberate patients from the harmful effects of pain, agitation, and delirium in the intensive care unit (ICU). The ICU Liberation guidelines and the ABCDEF Bundle are vital resources in assessing, treating and preventing pain, agitation, and delirium. The initiative also is focused on early mobility strategies that can help reduce the risk of long-term consequences from an ICU stay.
Education, ICU Liberation
SCCM offers several quality resources that are relevant to the critical care team's daily administrative environment. All of SCCM's publications are designed to aid in the continuous improvement of clinical practice and patient outcomes.
Multiprofessional Critical Care Review: Spanish
Multiprofessional Critical Care Review Course (MCCRC) On Demand (Spanish) was created in collaboration with partnering critical care societies. Designed for practitioners who are seeking a review of and update on critical care, this Spanish-version On Demand course provides a comprehensive overview in the diagnosis, monitoring, and management of critically ill patients.
Critical Care Review, Education, Spanish
Self-Directed Nutrition Research Workshop: From Bench to Bedside provides a flexible learning experience.
Receive clinically relevant coverage on the identification, prevention and management of adverse drug events.
Obtain a better understanding of coding and billing procedures in a critical care setting.
The 50th Critical Care Congress curriculum will be packed with world-renowned speakers, interactive workshops, thought-provoking panel discussions, stimulating educational sessions, and the opportunity to earn continuing education credits.
Support the Society of Critical Care Medicine and Its Mission
Support the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) by donating. Donations to SCCM benefit: Resource-Limited Areas, Sepsis Training, Quality Improvement, and Research. Because SCCM is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, every donation is tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
Donate, Education, FCCM, FDM, PFCCS, Quality, Research, Sepsis
Participate in a webcast on coding and billing for critical care services.