Help Change the Face of Patient Care

Liberate your patients from the harmful effects of pain, agitation and delirium in the ICU and improve their long-term outcomes. Among the resources available at is a newly added presentation from the 43rd Critical Care Congress from Alison S. Clay, MD, who shares her experience and recovery as an intensive care unit patient.

In addition, the site offers the Pain, Agitation and Delirium Guidelines and numerous tools related to the assessment, treatment and prevention of these conditions.

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  1. hernandobernal md

    The cost of these courses are incredible. Considering that we are not paid for those examinations except for time spent. There is no way that we can ever recup nearly $4000.00.

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