INTENSIVE CARE EDUCATION RESOURCES
For links to other Intensive Care education resources, please select a category from the tabs below.
The Intensive Care Literature is wide & varied and can be found in both specialist and non-specialist journals.
Some of these are listed below.
There are a multitude of Intensive Care textbooks available ranging from large reference texts to smaller summaries intended as exam notes. Some of those recommended by both the College of Intensive Care Medicine & previous (successful) exam candidates are found below.
There are a large number of Intensive Care resources on the Internet catering to a wide range of educational needs.
A selection of these are listed below.
This Australian website contains an ever expanding library of clinical scenarios & data interpretation questions with answers that are aimed at the Australasian Intensive Care trainee. It also includes vodcasts & journal club reviews and has recently launched an iPhone app. Access is via a membership fee. Wellington ICU has a generic trainee login - please ask one of the Specialists for details.
This website is also provided by the Society of Critical Care Medicine. It contains a number of 'Knowledge Areas' that provide a variety of resources including journal articles, guidelines and presentations on different ICU topics. Some content is free, other requires membership of the SCCM.
These podcasts produced by the Society of Critical Care Medicine and are free to download. They feature mostly North American specialists talking about discrete topics & are regularly updated. They cover a broad scope & the entire archive (back to 2005) is maintained online through iTunes.
All resources linked to have been validated for educational content but this may change over time.
WellingtonICU.com is not responsible for content hosted on external sites.
This page was last updated on Friday, 18 January 2013 10:08:41