Critical Skills for Critical Care: A State-of-the-Art Update and Procedures for ICU Providers April 13-15, 2023
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Availability
No future session
6 Courses
Expires on Mar 28, 2024
Credit Offered
35.25 CME / CE Credits
35.25 MOC Points
35.25 RN Credits
35.25 PA Credits
35.25 AANPCB Credits

Leaders in critical care education will teach state-of-the-art techniques relevant to every critical care provider, including physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Through hands-on simulations and live models for ultrasound, you'll learn how to troubleshoot mechanical ventilation challenges, perform bedside critical care ultrasound, and more.

Return to your practice with greater mastery of the everyday skills you use in the ICU, and prepare to serve your patients with even higher levels of expertise and care.

Please plan to wear comfortable attire to make the most of our simulated clinical environments, and bring your questions. Our learning environment is very informal, and our participants regularly identify the interactions with our faculty and their colleagues as one of the highlights of this learning experience.

We have carefully selected several resources that we would like you to review prior to the start of this course so that we may maximize the hands-on learning experience that you have.

It is required that all pre-course work be completed prior to the start of the course so that you can follow along with ease. The information shared in the course materials will be referenced and discussed during the course. Contact HelpTeam@chestnet.org if you have a problem accessing your course information. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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As of November 2023, MOC points will be claimed separately from CME credit and submitted instantaneously. Learners will be required to enter their date of birth and American Board of Internal Medicine ID numbers when claiming MOC points.

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