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New VCCR Podcast

Tune into the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s (SCCM) new Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) Podcast series for in-depth interviews on critical care topics addressing the most challenging aspects of intensive care unit fellowship and residency. This series complements SCCM’s VCCR program.

The latest installment in the series is now available:

SCCMPod-VCCR3 Activated Charcoal in the Overdose Patient

After listening, keep the conversation going on twitter using #VCCRounds.

VCCR Podcast Series

The Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) is pleased to announce the Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) Podcast, a new podcast series that will offer in-depth interviews on critical care topics while addressing the most challenging aspects of intensive care unit fellowship and residency. This series complements SCCM’s VCCR program.

After listening to the podcasts, keep the conversation going on twitter using #VCCRounds.

Virtual Critical Care Rounds: Pediatric Now Available

Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR): Pediatric, developed by the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), is designed to better prepare students, residents and fellows to contribute to the diagnosis and management of the critically ill pediatric patient during their pediatric intensive care unit rounds.

VCCR: Pediatric, the enhanced replacement for the Pediatric Resident ICU (RICU) program, features:

  • Professionally narrated modules with clear learning objectives, engaging case studies, interactive questions and a list of additional resources for further exploration
  • An expanded topic selection, with lectures developed by leading experts on each subject
  • SCCM’s new, more efficient, learning management platform, which allows program directors to view and monitor participants’ progress throughout the courses

The VCCR: Pediatric program is composed of two courses. VCCR I: Pediatric focuses on student level learning and features 8 modules covering topics such as pediatric airway management, mechanical ventilation and pediatric shock. VCCR II: Pediatric, aimed at the resident and fellow levels, contains 13 modules exploring such topics as traumatic brain injury, acute kidney injury in children and acute severe asthma. The VCCR: Pediatric courses are available as program director-led or self-directed products.

To make a purchase or for more details, visit www.sccm.org/VCCRPeds.