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Join the Creative Community

Joining the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) Creative Community is one of the most important contributions a member can make in helping the Society achieve its mission and vision.  If you are interested in serving as an SCCM volunteer by joining the Creative Community, the online committee application must be completed by logging into www.MySCCM.org and selecting the “My Involvement” tab.  Applications are due May 1, 2015. Appointments are made each September for the following year.

Please note that reappointment to a committee is not automatic. If you are already a committee member and your term is about to expire, you will need to reapply.

Members of the Creative Community not only play an active role in Society activities and initiatives, they also gain leadership skills and networking opportunities.

Visit the Creative Community Resource Center for more information.

Join the Creative Community

Joining the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Creative Community is one of the most important contributions a member can make in helping the Society achieve its mission and vision. If you are interested in serving as an SCCM volunteer by joining the Creative Community, the online committee application must be completed by logging into MySCCM.org. Applications are due May 1, 2014. Appointments are made each September for the following year.

Please note that reappointment to a committee is not automatic. If you are already a committee or task force member and your term is about to expire, you will need to reapply.

Members of the Creative Community not only play an active role in Society activities and initiatives, they also gain leadership skills and networking opportunities.

Visit the Creative Community Resource Center for more information.

Join the Creative Community

Joining the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Creative Community is one of the most important contributions a member can make in helping the Society achieve its mission and vision. If you are interested in joining the Creative Community, the online committee application must be completed by logging into MySCCM.org. Applications are due May 1, 2014. Appointments are made each September for the following year.

Please note that reappointment to a committee is not automatic. If you are already a committee or task force member and your term is about to expire, you will need to reapply.

Members of the Creative Community not only play an active role in Society activities and initiatives, they also gain leadership skills and networking opportunities.

Visit the Creative Community Resource Center for more information.

SCCM Awards Recognize Dedication to Critical Care

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) offers numerous awards that recognize dedication and contributions to the field in a variety of areas. Nominate yourself or a colleague, or recognize your entire intensive care unit (ICU) team. Most award recipients receive a complimentary registration to the 43rd Critical Care Congress. Apply for these opportunities by August 1, 2013.

Dr. Joseph and Rae Brown Award – Recognize an SCCM member who has advanced multiprofessional quality care at the regional or local level through exceptional leadership contributions that have furthered the vision and mission of chapters and/or affiliates.

Grenvik Family Award for Ethics – Acknowledge an SCCM member who has made significant contributions toward addressing ethical problems in critical care.

Norma J. Shoemaker Award for Critical Care Nursing Excellence – Recognize an SCCM nurse member who demonstrates excellence in clinical practice, education and/or administration in the field of critical care.

Barry A. Shapiro Memorial Award for Excellence in Critical Care Management – Nominate an SCCM member who has made significant contributions to the design and/or implementation of evidence-based practices that have improved clinical, operational or fiscal outcomes.

Family-Centered Care Innovation Award – Commend an intensive care unit team that has succeeded in instituting a novel approach to compassionate care and has a desire to share that innovation with other teams.

ICU Design Citation Applications Due August 15

Submit your application for the ICU Design Citation, which is co-sponsored by the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, and the American Institute of Architects Academy on Architecture for Health. The award recognizes an operating critical care unit designed with attention to both functional and humanitarian issues.