Intensive Care Medicine – Written by clinicians for clinicians
Intensive Care Medicine online course (e-ICM) is suitable for both trainees and fully qualified practitioners and features dedicated ICM sessions and relevant material from our award-winning anaesthesia, acute medicine, surgery, radiology and end-of-life care programmes. So, you can access a wide range of material from a single knowledge source – saving you time and money.
The quality-assured content is mapped to the UK’s ICM curriculum and COBATRICE – an international programme designed to harmonise Intensive Care Medicine training in Europe and other world regions. It includes 3D clinical diagrams, photographs and multiple-choice questions. These questions, which are linked to articles from the British Journal of Anaesthesia, help to embed learning and understanding on the complex principles involved.
The e-learning sessions are clustered into discrete modules, which are arranged by subject area.
Module 1 – Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine
Provides an overview and introduction to anaesthesia. This module is particularly suited to a doctor undertaking an attachment to anaesthesia during early training.
The topic areas covered are:
The Operating Theatre Environment
Basic Science for Novice Trainees
Anaesthetic Equipment for Novice Trainees
Preoperative Assessment and Management
Induction of Anaesthesia and Intraoperative Management
Critical Incidents and Management of Cardiac Arrest
Module 2 – General Concepts of Intensive Care Medicine
Provides an overview of the general aspects of clinical intensive care medicine that are not specific to a particular disease or patient group.
The topic areas covered are:
Identification of the Critically Ill Patient
Nutrition and Fluid Therapy
Analgesia and Sedation
The Costs and Unwanted Effects of Critical Care
End of Life Care
Module 3 – Medicine and Surgery for ICM
This module describes the wide spectrum of disease that presents to a critical care unit. It gives an overview of pathologies, which have been classified by medical and surgical specialty:
Module 4 – Infectious Disease and ICM
Provides an overview of the prevention and treatment of infectious disease within intensive care medicine. This module explores the syndrome of sepsis and common disease states caused by infection. It also gives an overview of common causative pathogens encountered in intensive care medicine:
Treatment and Control of Infection
Module 5 – Trauma
Provides an introduction to the management of trauma and an overview of traumatic injuries:
Module 6 – Procedures, Monitoring and Investigations in ICM
Gives a practical overview of common procedures within critical care. It also looks at resources to aid in the interpretation of commonly requested investigations, including imaging studies.
Monitoring is discussed, both from a general view point but also, more specifically, monitoring the cardiovascular system and intracranial pressure:
Module 7 – Basic Science for ICM
Provides a large number of sessions covering basic science, as relevant to intensive care medicine:
Physics and Statistics
Maths and Science
Module 8 – Patient Safety in ICM
This module explores critical incidents and emergencies, safe blood transfusion, prescribing, procedures and situations which may result in an unsafe critical care environment:
‘First Do No Harm’
Critical Incidents and Emergencies
Module 9 – Non-clinical Topics for ICM
Provides an introduction to the non-clinical aspects of intensive care medicine. The topic areas covered are:
Research and Audit
The Law and ICM
Module 10 – Self-assessment
Includes a collection of multiple choice questions associated with the content found in modules 1 to 9
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– In-depth coverage of intensive care medicine
– Suitable for a wide range of healthcare professionals, including doctors and nurses
– Written by leading experts and clinical educators in the UK
Medical students, doctors, nurses, assistants, physiotherapists, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals.
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