APRIL 2013

EDUCATION UPDATE

PACT
UPDATED Haemodynamic Monitoring and Management PDF NOW ONLINE ~
 One of the most highly accessed PACT modules has now been updated... This comprehensive update is neatly categorised in a clinically relevant manner and includes three illustrative patient scenarios, which each underline the detail and value of serial haemodynamic monitoring to the evolving full diagnosis and to related patient management...

NEW INTERACTIVE Organisation and Management module AVAILABLE ~ This gem for those assuming lead clinician or (ICU) management roles was published in pdf at the end of last year and is now, in the full interactive format. It includes extra features such as Flash Conference video links, links to full text Intensive Care Medicine references and 15 new, EDIC style self-assessment MCQs... 
 

Clinical Training Committee: Call for 'Clinical Cases' 
NEW CLINICAL CASE SCENARIOS NEEDED~
ESICM members are invited to contribute by forwarding basic suggestions for high quality clinical case scenarios which can be adapted for use in future education and training courses and the EDIC II exam...

Why do we need a European Diploma of Intensive Care?
EDIC sub-committee member Ignacio Martin-Loeches (Spain) describes the relevancy and importance of utlising standardised EDIC exams for intensive care medicine...

Clinical Training Courses… Key to developing and building ICM skills?
Pascale Gruber (London, UK), a member of the Clinical Training Committee and developer / leader of several highly successful clinical training courses, outlines the role of the CTC, the types of courses available and explains their relevancy for all intensive care practitioners - from trainee to advanced, as well as for physicians from other specialties who are looking to increase their skills in ICM...

 

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