The Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences of the University of Barcelona, through the Master’s Degree “Critical Care and Emergencies”, in collaboration with the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), offers the prestigious programs in Critical Medicine of the SCCM. Among these courses, the following stand out:

More than 10,000 physicians per year in five continents receive training from Fundamental Critical Care Support (FCCS), which prepares non-intensivists to care for critical patients during the first 24 hours, until they can be transferred to the ICU. The course is often used to prepare residents prior to their start by rotations in the ICU.

On the other hand, the Fundamental Disaster Management (FDM) course prepares health professionals to identify and treat victims of events caused by natural or man-made accidents (NRBC). It provides critical care professionals with competencies to manage critical care response to large-scale disasters.

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The Multiprofessional Critical Care Review Course (MCCRC) brings together the latest evidence in critical care based on international standards under the auspices of the Society of Critical Care Medicine. It includes a wide review and update in the diagnosis, monitoring and management of the critical patient through a study manual and face-to-face sessions.

The Critical Care Ultrasound (CCU) course is aimed at the basic and intermediate approach of ultrasound in environments where the critical patient is treated, such as in intensive care and emergency areas. It includes theoretical lessons, case studies, use of models and interpretation of videos under close tutoring of teachers, as well as gaining experience in the practical management of the ultrasound machine.

FCCS

FCCS, Fundamental Critical Care Support, is is a course aimed at all kinds of non-intensivist professionals and is designed to teach them the fundamental principles of how they should behave during the first 24 hours of a patient’s critical care.

The course was designed by the Society of Critical Care Medicine using contributions from international experts in the area of critical care.

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FDM

El FDM, Fundamental Disaster Mangement, is a course aimed at healthcare professionals who want to acquire the knowledge and tools required to successfully handle the arrival and treatment of victims of major disasters (terrorism, natural, nuclear) from a hospital point of view.

The course was designed by the Society of Critical Care Medicine using contributions from international experts in the management of catastrophes.

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MCCR

The MCCR, Multiprofessional Critical Care Review course, provides a complete review and update of the theoretical knowledge for the diagnosis, monitoring and management of adult critically-ill patients. This intensive course includes interactive sessions using the technology of audience response.

The course was designed by the Society of Critical Care Medicine by international experts in the management of critically ill patients.

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CCU

In the CCU, Critical Care Ultrasound course, a training is obtained to perform and interpret ultrasound images in the most common clinical situations of a critical patient. Guided skills stations are carried out, with in vivo models, and interactive presentations to reinforce the key learning points.

The course was designed by the Society of Critical Care Medicine by international experts in the management of critically ill patients.

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