Education Center

SCCM's educational products and events are designed with the entire multiprofessional critical care team in mind, equipping practitioners with the tools needed to provide the Right Care, Right Now™ to all critically ill and injured patients. Whether you're looking to obtain continuing education credit or to prepare for the critical care subspecialty exam, SCCM’s essential resources will help you to achieve your educational and clinical goals.

Annual Congress
SCCM's foremost event features innovative learning experiences that encompass the full range of developments in critical care.

critical care review: adult
Benefit from comprehensive learning experiences, accurate knowledge assessments and valuable study resources.

critical care review: Pediatric and neonatal 
Customize your learning with high-quality educational programming and flexible self-study options available in various formats.

Get the realistic training needed to perform and interpret ultrasound imaging.

Critical Care Quality Summit
A unique conference focused on peer-to-peer learning led by expert faculty exploring hot topics in critical care patient safety and quality.

Clinical Resources
Explore a variety of topics relevant to the daily environment of a critical care team member.

Ecmo management workshop 
Explore the advanced management and troubleshooting strategies used in Veno-Venous ECMO.

ICU Management
Gain solutions for implementing guidelines and policies in a critical care environment.

Study Mission to Cuba
Take advantage of a unique opportunity to earn continuing education credits during the Society of Critical Care Medicine's (SCCM) Study Mission to Cuba.

International Review
Held in collaboration with partnering critical care societies, this three-day course provides a review of and updates on critical care.

Online CE-MOC
Earn free continuing education credits and meet maintenance of certification requirements online at your convenience.

Conference Calendar
View a list of upcoming educational programs by SCCM and other non-profit organizations in the critical care field.