Our new modules!
The Scottish Intensive Care Society Education and Training Group have created 3 new interactive learning modules freely available below. They cover many of the core learning objectives for trainees on their initial attachment to ICU though we welcome all interested in critical care to complete them.
Each module is based around a case and has a number of parts to enable you to easily access/cover all the constituent topics at any time and receive certificates for the sections completed. Just click on the images below to take you to the desired module, enter your details on the welcome page (used to generate your certificates) and then work your way through each module. Each module has a menu so that you can move to any section within that module.
Any personal details that you enter will be stored securely. Should you not wish them to be stored then please contact us on email@example.com.
|Module 1||Module 2||Module 3|
|Assessment of the critically ill patient||Respiratory failure||Hypoxia|
|Referral to critical care||Ventilation||Sepsis|
|Sedation and analgesia||Shock||Vasoactive agents|
Please click on the image below to take you to module 1
|Acute presentations of neurological disease||Specialist transfer to ICU|
|Common causes of reduced conscious level||Management of a reduced conscious level|
|Prevention & treatment of raised intracranial pressure||Brain death|
|Physiological principles of normal brain function||Organ donation|
Please click on the image below to take you to module 2
|Poisoning: resuscitation, stabilisation and management||Acute liver failure|
|Acute kidney injury and renal replacement therapy||Nutrition in critical care|
Please click on the image below to take you to module 3
Original SICS modules
Our 13 original open access modules are still available, they are listed below and can be accessed through clicking on the links below. These modules are not up to date so this must be borne in mind when reviewing the modules and the end of module assessments. Some of the information and answers may not be up to date/correct. We advise you to discuss the module and your answers to the questions with a senior doctor in your local critical care unit.
Your completed module answers and any personal details provided are securely stored, if you do not wish them to be stored then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please click on the links below to view the original modules: