ESICM has created yet another tool to help members access the best and most up-to-date research and clinical practice information… AND an opportunity to interact with top experts from across the field of intensive care medicine: Webinars!
On the first Thursday of each month one of our scientific sections organises a one-hour interactive session led by top experts, featuring a hot topic related to clinical practice. Registered participants can submit questions during the session and are eligible for CME credits after completing a post-webinar questionnaire. All sessions are recorded and are made available (approximately one month following the LIVE session) for members to freely access (24/7). Find these videos on the past webinars webpage here.
Want to participate in an upcoming ESICM Webinar?
Learn more about upcoming sessions and pre-register* through the provided links.
- Once your registration has been validated*, you will receive confirmation by email, as well as the instructions about how to connect on the day of the webinar.
- Following the webinar, registrants will receive a link to complete a brief questionnaire regarding the session. If you would like to obtain a CME credit from attendance at the webinar, you must ensure that complete this form and that you are a member in good standing.
If you have any questions related to ESICM webinars, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
*Kindly note that access to ESICM webinars is restricted to ESICM members, who have paid their membership fee for the current year.
ESICM Webinar – SIS
New insight on the host-pathogen interaction in sepsis
Presented by Prof. Dr. Michael BAUER and Moderated by Prof Mervyn SINGER
Date: Thurs 14th December 2017 – Time: 16:00 – 17:00 CET
This webinar will present the following:
- Sepsis – new definitions and changing paradigms
- New insights into the cellular stress response
- Dealing with sequential stresses: “tolerance” and “training”
- “Resistance” and “Disease tolerance”
a. Understanding the pathobiology of infection and sepsis
b. To interpret the role of the host in sepsis
c. To appraise the new concepts derived from stress research, i.e. “tolerance”, and “resilience” or “disease tolerance” for modern ICUs
Kindly note that access to this webinar is restricted to ESICM members.