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Self-Directed Virtual Critical Care Rounds II: Adult

Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) II: Adult prepares residents and fellows to better participate in their intensive care unit rounds. The course comprises 20 narrated modules, each containing learning objectives, case studies, clinically focused questions, and a list of additional resources for further exploration. Participants are provided with access to the same didactic sessions found in the online director-led version of the VCCR II course. Participants learn at their own pace from the comfort and convenience of their homes or offices and assess their knowledge through pre- and posttests.
VCCRAIION3
$70.00
$70.00

Self-Directed Virtual Critical Care Rounds II: Pediatric

Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR) II: Pediatric prepares residents and fellows to better participate in their pediatric intensive care unit rounds. The course comprises 23 narrated modules, each containing learning objectives, case studies, clinically focused questions, and a list of additional resources for further exploration. Participants are provided with access to the same didactic sessions found in the online director-led version of the VCCR II: Pediatric course. Participants learn at their own pace from the comfort and convenience of their homes or offices and assess their knowledge through pre- and posttests.
VCCRPIION2
$70.00
$70.00

Skills, Super Skills, and Ultra Skills

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Healthcare professionals often face challenges in aligning their skills with evolving industry demands. Explore skill hierarchies, self-assessment techniques, and personalized development plans during this webcast. You will gain practical strategies to enhance your professional competencies and thrive in your clinical career. This webcast is provided by SCCM’s Leadership, Empowerment, and Development (LEAD) Program.


The Role of AI/ML in Prediction Modeling

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Review recent computing trends with artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and natural language processing as they relate to research, education, and clinical practice in the intensive care unit. This webcast will explore how to appraise this technology, the pros and cons of AI, the potential for biased algorithms based on training data, appropriate critiques of AI/ML methods, and future methodologic advances.