|Critical Care Delivery and ICU Structure: The Elephant in the RoomTuesday, December 15, 2015 2:00 PM CST
Azra Bihorac, MD, MS, FCCM, and Chuck Hobson, MD, MHA, discussed the Critical Care Medicine article, Critical Care Delivery and ICU Structure: The Elephant in the Room, with moderator and SCCM Social Media Task Force Co-chair Anthony Gerlach, PharmD, BCPS, FCCP, FCCM. Their letter to the editor sought to identify unanswered questions provoked by a paper published by the American College of Critical Care Medicine Task Force on Models of Critical Care. The authors also recommend reading a paper published by Mitchell Fink, MD, FCCM, on the future of critical care and an article by Anthony McLean, MD, that offers examples about critical care medicine organizational structure in New Zealand and Australia.
The letter to the editor and related articles:
Journal Club Twitter Chat on New Sepsis DefinitionsWednesday, June 22, 2016 10:00 AM CST
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Central Time
Clifford S. Deutschman, MS, MD, FCCM, and Manu Shankar-Hari, MD, MSc, will discuss and take questions via Twitter about “The Third International Consensus Definitions for Sepsis and Septic Shock (Sepsis-3).”
Special guest SCCM President Todd Dorman, MD, FCCM, will also be on hand as SCCM Social Media Task Force member Mary E. Lough, CCRN, CNS, PhD, RN, moderates.
Dr. Deutschman, former SCCM President and a lead author of the Sepsis-3 article, is vice-chair of research at Hofstra-Northwell School of Medicine, Cohen Children’s Medical Center, in New York. Dr. Shankar-Hari is also an author on Sepsis-3 and the lead author of “Developing a New Definition and Assessing New Clinical Criteria for Septic Shock,” which offers insight into the processes of the Sepsis Definitions Task Force. Dr. Shankar-Hari is a consultant physician in intensive care medicine at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, in the United Kingdom.
These thought leaders will offer highlights for understanding Sepsis-3 and related clinical assessment, take questions via Twitter related to the material and offer additional resources. We expect robust discussion about the impact of Sepsis-3, items of clarification and thoughtful questions from the audience.
Since its release, the Journal of American Medical Association sepsis definition article has been viewed more than 900,000 times, making it one of the top 5% research outputs ever tracked by Altmetric.
Come prepared with relevant questions and make sure to use #SCCMJC and #SepsisRedefined in your tweets.
What is a Twitter chat?
A Twitter chat is a live event on Twitter, moderated and focused around a general topic. To filter all the chatter on Twitter into a single conversation, a hashtag is used. A set time is also established.
Find your chat leaders.
- Follow these sepsis thought leaders on Twitter: @CDMD62 (Dr. Deutschman) and @msh_manu (Dr. Shankar-Hari)
- Follow these key contributors on Twitter: @SCCMPresident (Dr. Dorman) and @maryloughPhD_RN (Ms. Lough)
- Follow these organizations that will offer key content: @SCCM (Society of Critical Care Medicine) and @ESICM (European Society of Intensive Care Medicine)
How do you participate?
To participate, all you need to do is tweet during the designated time using the conversation hashtags #SCCMJC and #SepsisRedefined.