Congratulations to Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice-President, David J. Martin, CAE, who was recently inducted as a Fellow of the Institute of Medicine of Chicago (IOMC).
Martin is the first critical care association executive to be recognized with this prestigious honor, which acknowledges his meritorious professional contributions and his proven leadership in improving the health of the community.
Founded in 1915, IOMC is an independent organization of distinguished leaders in the health field who collaborate to improve the health of the public. Drawing upon the expertise of a diverse membership and other regional leaders, IOMC addresses critical health issues through a range of interdisciplinary approaches that include education, research, communication of trusted information, and community engagement.
Fellows of the American College of Critical Care Medicine (FCCM) are invited to nominate their FCCM colleagues for the Master of Critical Care Medicine (MCCM) designation. The deadline for submitting nominations is April 30, 2016.
Master members of the College have distinguished themselves through outstanding contributions in research and education, as well as service to the Society of Critical Care Medicine and the field of critical care. They have achieved national and international professional prominence due to personal character, leadership and eminence in clinical practice. Candidates must have been a Fellow for at least 10 years.
For additional information on the MCCM designation, please contact Carol Prendergast at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 847 827-6826.
Register by November 27, 2013, to take advantage of discounted rates for the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) 2014 Multidisciplinary Critical Care Knowledge Assessment Program (MCCKAP).
Administered online February 27 to March 7, 2014, the MCCKAP online exam assesses critical care fellowship programs nationally. The MCCKAP exam helps program directors:
- Prepare fellows for the subspecialty board examinations in critical care
- Identify specific areas of strength and weakness with lists of references and key terms for missed questions
- Assess results for each individual fellow and the overall program as well as the institution’s national ranking
- Review preliminary scores and analysis immediately upon completion of the test
Available in both adult and pediatric formats, the exam is offered exclusively online and consists of 200 multiple-choice questions pertaining to critical care knowledge and patient management. Exam content is developed by critical care professionals experienced in exam preparation and analysis.
Register online using your Customer ID and password, or contact SCCM Customer Service at +1 847 827-6888.