Critical Skills for Critical Care: A State-of-the-Art Update and Procedures for ICU Providers
Nonphysician providers and physicians-in-training receive $700 off the member and nonmember rates.
Training together as members of the interprofessional critical care team is essential to practice high-quality critical care. Join an expert panel of nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and physicians for this state-of-the-art update in critical care medicine for the whole team featuring intensive, hands-on, and simulation-based experience in high-yield ultrasound, mechanical ventilation, and airway management procedure skills.
Through engaging and interactive sessions, attendees will learn the latest updates in critical care by participating in concise, evidence-based reviews, case-based discussions, audience response, and expert debates in areas of clinical controversy.
- Study state-of-the-art updates in critical care topics presented in a variety of engaging and interactive sessions, case-based discussions, and expert debates to address areas of clinical controversy.
- Acquire the knowledge, skills, and clinical context to practice state-of-the-art critical care as members of the interprofessional critical care team.
Target Audience: Advanced practice providers, physicians, and others practicing critical care or emergency medicine are encouraged to attend.
Videos: Ultrasound, mechanical ventilation, and airway management skills are at the center of this course, and are taught from the perspective of the whole critical care team. Co-chairs Janna Landsperger, MSN, and Sue Stempek, PA, explain what to expect from our 2017 course.