Introduction

Surveys are an indispensable tool for assessing the impact of clinical research on patients and medical professionals alike. ESICM endorsement is a guarantee  of quality survey design and rigorous methodology. Do you have a survey you would like ESICM to endorse?

For researchers seeking ESICM survey endorsement or co-endorsement, please prepare the following documents for submission:

  1. Tools and questionnaires for applicants
  2. ESICM Application form

You can find out the assessment criteria by downloading the Assessment tool for ESICM Assessors 

Fill in the application form and forward it here with your questionnaire.

For any questions, please contact research@esicm.org

Participate

Complete the survey in English here and in French here.

Contact: Stephanie Sibley, Dept. of Critical Care Medicine, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada at stephanie.sibley [@] kingstonhsc.ca

The steering committee includes: Ingeborg Welters (University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England); Brian Johnston (University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England); Danny McAuley (Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland); Andrew Udy (Monash University, Melbourne, Australia); David Maslove (Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada).

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AFIB – Current practice in management of new-onset atrial fibrillation (AF) in critically ill patients

This survey has been endorsed by ESICM.

The primary objective of this survey is to observe variations in practice in the management of new onset atrial fibrillation in critically ill patients internationally. This survey focuses on prevention of the arrhythmia, management in terms of rate/rhythm control, anticoagulation, and long-term follow up.

The secondary objective of the survey is to gauge international interest in an atrial fibrillation platform trial and inform potential treatment arms of prevention,

This survey is directed at attending intensivists and critical care fellows. treatment, anticoagulation and long-term follow-up.

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ICU Discharge Practices Survey

Survey on the current state of ICU patient discharge practices

The aim of this survey is to gain insight into the current situation of ICU patient care transitions to the next lower level of care. The focus will be on transfer practices from the ICU, stakeholders involved, transfer criteria, established processes and tools used, metrics related to ICU transfer processes, and current barriers to timely and safe discharge to the next lower level of care.

We anticipate that the resulting data could serve as a basis for the development of more specific guidance for the standardization and optimization of care transition processes from the intensive care unit. Further, results could stimulate future research e.g. on collaboration and communication around care transitions, discharge planning tools, process and performance benchmarking and patient safety aspects associated with care transitions

Steering Committee:

Prof. Jan Bakker, Erasmus MC University Medical Center, Dept. of IC Adults, Rotterdam (NL); Prof. Hendrik Bracht, University Hospital Ulm, Dept. of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Ulm (DE); Prof. Maria Wittmann, University Hospital Bonn, Dept. of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine, Bonn (DE)

Participate

We call on intensive care physicians, intensive care nurses and bed coordinators in the acute care area. The survey completion is anonymous and voluntary.

This survey has been endorsed by ESICM. It should take no more than 20 minutes to complete.

Complete the survey here. (the online survey on the Welphi platform works best with browsers Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Edge).

Contact: Maike Hiller, PhD candidate, Erasmus MC University Medical Center, Dept. of Intensive Care Adults, Rotterdam (The Netherlands) m.hiller [at] erasmusmc.nl

Completed Surveys

List of ESICM completed surveys

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