FREE LIVE WEBINARS FOR MEMBERS & NON MEMBERS
ESICM webinars have become a popular online 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!
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.
ESICM Members who participate are eligible for 1 CME credit after completing a post-webinar questionnaire.
ESICM Partner Webinars do not include CME accreditation.
All registered participants can submit questions during the live session.
We also offer interactive webinars from our two representative groups, N&AHP and NEXT, as well as industry partner supported sessions.
All sessions are recorded and are made available (approximately 5 days after each live session) for active ESICM members to access freely (24/7). Find these videos below.
Want to participate in an upcoming ESICM Webinar?
Learn more about upcoming sessions below and pre-register using the provided links.
- Once you have registered, you will receive confirmation by email, as well as instructions about how to connect on the day of the webinar.
- Following the webinars organised by our scientific sections (marked by *), registrants will receive a link to complete a brief questionnaire about the session. If you would like to obtain a CME credit after attending a webinar, you must ensure that you complete this form and that you are an ESICM member in good standing.
- ESICM Partner Webinars do not include CME accreditation.
If you have any questions related to ESICM webinars, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Partner Webinar – Live Debate
Finetuning Antibiotic Therapy
Presented by Massimo Antonelli and Philippe Montravers
Moderator: Jan De Waele
Date: Wednesday 17th October 2018
Time: 14:00 – 15:00 CET
This session will debate how to finetune antibiotic therapy for gram-negative resistant infections in the ICU. Specific topics to be covered:
- Empirical therapy
- Recognising patients at risk
- Combination therapy
- Duration of therapy
Registration for this live debate session is now open for all:
Unrestricted Educational Grant supported by Pfizer