Ranked among the highest-rated Harvard Medical School CME courses, past participants consistently report that this program has improved their clinical practice and outcomes. Here are a few testimonials:


“This is one of the best ICU courses I have ever attended.  The clinical cases and  hands-on sessions were extremely helpful.”

“The information I learned from this course has updated my knowledge in critical care. All of the speakers were impressive and very adept in their respective topics.”

“This course has given me the confidence to better treat critically ill patients.”

“I teach Physician Assistants and this course sparked numerous new ideas as to presentation of issues such as shock, sepsis, etc.”

“Thanks to this course I am now able to quote studies and risks more appropriately to my patients and residents.”

“I will use the ultrasound much more safely for CVLs in my clinical practice and am better prepared to teach my residents.”

“Less unnecessary blood transfusions in patients and encourage a transfusion protocol.”

“I will carry forward many of the recommendations into my resident training service.”

“I will pursue further opportunities to establish competency in my hospital for doing CVAs, para-and thoracentesis. I will discuss evidence provided for treating meningitis with/without tx of HSV.”

“Lower vent settings and incorporate US guided central line placement.”

“We will add delirium scoring in our ICU.”

“As a result of this course, I am more aware of antibiotic use, judicious use of vasopressors, and how to better interact with families.”

“More use of ‘demand-driven’ sedation rather than basal sedation, more reliance on levophed rather than dopamine, avoidance of anti-psychotics in toxidromes to name a few.”

“We will establish a rapid transfusion protocol.”

“I learned new strategies for managing intubated patients in the ICU including how to assess their status and make decisions on how to deal with their needs and requests from their families.”

“I will adapt and teach others to start having uniform ICU safety protocols. Evidence-based studies have been presented during this conference that will help me better manage cases and teach students.”


livestreamThis course has been optimized for remote learning with sessions that include real-time audience-response questions, live demonstrations and interactive Q&A sessions allowing you to pose specific questions to our expert faculty via online chat. All presentations and course materials will be available immediately to watch and review at your convenience.


Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center