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Multicultural care in European Intensive Care Units

The migrant crisis and the importance of developing cultural competence in the intensive care unit

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Research – Trials

The Intensive Care GLObal Study on Severe Acute Respiratory Infection is a multicentre, prospective, observational,14-day inception cohort study designed and conducted by the ESICM Trials Group to investigate the epidemiology and microbiology profiles of ICU-SARI.

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Publication:

Sakr et al. The Intensive Care Global Study on Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (IC-GLOSSARI): a multicentre, multinational, 14-day inception cohort study.
Intensive Care Med. Seven-Day – Profile Publication, Online First™ – February, 2016; Pages 1 – 12

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Relevant research

Benbenishty J et al. The migrant crisis and the importance of developing cultural competence in the intensive care unit
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Flavia R. Machado et al. Trying to Improve Sepsis Care in Low-Resource Settings
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Ary Serpa Neto et al. Ventilatory support of patients with sepsis or septic shock in resource-limited settings.
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Irregular migrants: a critical care or a public health emergency
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Critically ill migrants with infection: diagnostic considerations for intensive care physicians in Europe
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Recommendations for sepsis management in resource-limited settings
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Intensive Care in a Resource-Poor Setting

How can a functional intensive care system be established in these settings?

In this icTV interview, Martin Dünser answers these important questions and updates us on the initiatives of ESICM and its partners in resource-poor settings.

The Global Burden of Disease

Global health expert Majid Ezzati provides an interesting overview of the current state of global health and explains his vision for how intensive care clinicians can play a greater role in effecting positive change.

Preparing for the Next Pandemic

In this interesting icTV interview, Jeremy Farrar, Oxford University Professor and Director of the UK’s Wellcome Trust discusses the implications of emerging infections on intensive care, and provides some prognostic advice on preparing for future pandemics.