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NCCARM: Wear Blue Tomorrow

You are encouraged to wear blue tomorrow (May 19) in celebration of National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM)!

Also, make sure to send us group photos of your ICU team celebrating NCCARM. If you do, you may become a star! That’s because the Society of Critical Care Medicine is seeking to highlight teams from around the world in an effort to show the global reach of critical care. Submit your team photo for a chance to be featured throughout the year and during the 47th Critical Care Congress. Share your photos on Twitter using #NCCARM, or post them to the Society’s Facebook page. You can also send your pictures to criticalconnections@sccm.org.

Critical Care Awareness Month

May is National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM)! ICUs mark this special month in various ways, from sharing blue treats with staff or providing educational symposia, staff recognition ceremonies or ICU tours. Other units invite former patients and their families to meet staff and share their progress.

Regardless of how you celebrate NCCARM this year, be sure you wear blue on Friday, May 19, 2017! Also, make sure to send us group photos of your ICU team celebrating NCCARM. If you do, you may become a star! That’s because the Society of Critical Care Medicine is seeking to highlight teams from around the world in an effort to show the global reach of critical care. Submit your team photo for a chance to be featured throughout the year and during the 47th Critical Care Congress. Share your photos on Twitter using #NCCARM, or post them to the Society’s Facebook page. You can also send your pictures to criticalconnections@sccm.org.

Critical Care Awareness Month

As May approaches, it is time for intensive care unit (ICU) teams to consider how they will celebrate National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM). ICUs mark this special month in various ways, from sharing blue treats with staff or providing educational symposia, staff recognition ceremonies or ICU tours. Other units invite former patients and their families to meet staff and share their progress.

Regardless of how you celebrate NCCARM this year, be sure you wear blue on Friday, May 19, 2017! Also, make sure to send us group photos of your ICU team celebrating NCCARM. If you do, you may become a star! That’s because the Society of Critical Care Medicine is seeking to highlight teams from around the world in an effort to show the global reach of critical care. Submit your team photo for a chance to be featured throughout the year and during the 47th Critical Care Congress. Share your photos on Twitter using #NCCARM, or post them to the Society’s Facebook page. You can also send your pictures to criticalconnections@sccm.org.

Wear Blue Tomorrow to Support Critical Care

You are encouraged to wear blue tomorrow in celebration of National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM)!

Also, remember to share your photos on Twitter using #NCCARM, or post them to the Society’s Facebook page. We’d especially love to see any photos of you and your ICU team reuniting with former patients and their families! You can also send your pictures to criticalconnections@sccm.org.

Start Preparing for Critical Care Awareness Month

As May approaches, it is time for intensive care unit (ICU) teams to consider how they will celebrate National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM). ICUs mark this special month in various ways, from sharing blue treats with staff or providing educational symposia, staff recognition ceremonies or ICU tours. Other units invite former patients and their families to meet staff and share their progress.

Regardless of how you celebrate NCCARM this year, be sure you wear blue on Friday, May 20, 2016, and share your stories and photos with the Society of Critical Care Medicine. You can inspire other ICUs as we all celebrate the extraordinary contributions of our critical care colleagues in May.

Wear Blue Tomorrow to Support Critical Care

Be sure to wear blue on Friday, May 16, to show your support for National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM). There is still time to mark this year’s NCCARM, and the Society offers several simple ideas for recognition of critical care teams.

Some teams choose to offer tours of the intensive care unit to other hospital staff, while others organize educational symposia or invite former patients and their families back to the unit. No matter how you choose to celebrate, we hope you post your NCCARM photos and stories to the Society’s Facebook page.

Be Critical Care Aware in May

During National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM), be sure to share your celebration ideas and stories with the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) and your colleagues. This month-long celebration allows critical care team members to exemplify their dedication to patient care while creating more awareness of this demanding, life-saving practice.

Some hospitals organize tours of the intensive care unit for outside staff, offer an educational symposium or simply remember to wear blue on Friday, May 16. No matter how you celebrate, be sure to post your stories and photos on the Society’s Facebook page.

Start Preparing for Critical Care Awareness Month

As May approaches, it is time for intensive care unit (ICU) teams to consider how they will celebrate National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM). ICUs mark this special month in various ways, from sharing blue treats with staff or providing educational symposia, staff recognition ceremonies or ICU tours. Other units invite former patients and their families to meet staff and share their progress.

Regardless of how you celebrate NCCARM this year, be sure you wear blue on Friday, May 15, 2015, and share your stories and photos with the Society of Critical Care Medicine. Your stories will inspire other ICUs as we all celebrate the extraordinary contributions of our critical care colleagues in May.

Wear Blue Tomorrow to Support Critical Care

Be sure to wear blue on Friday, May 17, to show your support forNational Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM). There is still time to mark this year’s NCCARM, and the Society offers several simple ideas for recognition of the critical care team. Some teams choose to offer tours of the intensive care unit to other hospital staff, while others organize educational symposia or invite former patients and their families back to the unit. No matter how you choose to celebrate, we hope you post your NCCARM photos and stories to the SCCM Facebook page.

Be Critical Care Aware in May

During National Critical Care Awareness and Recognition Month (NCCARM), be sure to share your celebration ideas and stories with the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) and your colleagues. This month-long celebration allows critical care team members to exemplify their dedication to patient care while creating more awareness of this demanding, life-saving practice.

Some hospitals organize tours of the intensive care unit to outside staff, offer an educational symposium or simply remember to wear blue on Friday, May 17. No matter how you celebrate, be sure to post your stories and photos on the Society’s Facebook page.