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Critical Care in Emergency Medicine Special Interest Group

Critical Care in Emergency Medicine Special Interest Group

Role of the Critical Care in Emergency Medicine Special Interest Group:

An aging population, an increase in traumatic injuries and improvements in chronic conditions that allow patients to live longer despite complications at late stages will continue to increase the need for emergency and critical care services.  The aim of the Critical Care in Emergency Medicine special interest group is to examine the continuum of care for critically ill patients from incidence of the illness or injury to stabilization and discharge from the intensive care unit by bringing together physicians interested in the development and improvement of care for the critically ill in both, resource-rich and resource-poor settings.

Objectives of the group:

  • To provide a forum for networking among clinicians, educators, and researchers interested in further development of the intersection between Critical Care and Emergency Medicine
  • To build internationally accepted guidance for developing acute care systems in low resource settings that improve the chain of survival
  • To collaborate to help identify the greatest barriers to creation or improvement of critical care emergency medicine around the world
  • To work towards developing a globally accessible critical care emergency medicine curriculum that is open access and easily available in hard to reach places
  • To promote collaborate research amongst individual with interests in critical care emergency medicine and global health care development

Membership

Dr Lia Losonczy | Chair
American College of Emergency Physicians

Dr Andrew Lim | Vice Chair
American College of Emergency Physicians

Andrew Lim is an emergency physician and intensivist. He completed residency training in emergency medicine at the University of Washington – Harborview Medical Center, and is finishing critical care fellowship at Stanford University. He is currently involved in critical care education for physicians and nurses in Cambodia and Rwanda, and has previously worked in Thailand, Myanmar, and Tanzania. He is also involved with several projects relating to emergency, trauma and critical care systems development with the World Health Organization department of non-communicable diseases, violence, and injury prevention in Geneva, Switzerland. He earned his M.D. from the University of California, San Francisco and a masters degree from the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health.

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Georgina L.Calderon

Sean Kivlehan

Emilie Calvello

Alfred Papali

Nola McPherson

Megan Donohue

Adeolu (Lulu) Ogunbodede

Sally Graglia

natalie Htet

Dara Mendelsohn

Torben Becker

Kerith Joseph

Carl Mickman

Clark Owyang

Aaron Haries

Zach Adams

Aparajita Sohoni

Daniel Shouldice

Stephanie Doniger

Augusto Maldonado

Kajal Khanna

Anfernee Yim

Justin Bosley

Jeanne Noble

Bruno Sicard

Nicole Benzoni

Carol Chen

Alex Horobjowsky

Lenard Kerr

Meiling  Liu

Drew Stephens

Bernadett Velasco

Lewis Rubinson

Ashley Rider

Deep Singh

Crystal Bae

Jason Singer

Joseph Kalanzi

Karlo Perica

Katie Wells

Mark Walsh

Meagan Pate

Neha Amin

Donny Zimmer

Emily Bartlett

Sojung Yi

Callan Fockele

Daniel Fiterman molinari

Michael Jaung

DeborahHaisch

Ishmael Griffin

Justin Huehrer

Shada Rouhani

Keegan Checkett

Tonny Lugga

Crystal Donelan

Bruno Sicard

Mohammed Alsabri

Drew Stephens

Dana Goldman

Lindsey DeGeorge

Ilana Greenwald

Tarak Trivedi

daniel Schnorr

jonathan Dyal

Allison   Ferreira

Carl Mickman

Andrea  Cuviello

Sara Crager

Marcus Schultz

Mervyn Mer

Martin Duernser

Jennifer Lim

Gary Mitchell

Michelle Withers

Roxanna Sadri

Maw Maw Oo

Lee Wallis

Neill Adhikari

Chris Farmer

Janet Diaz

Teri Reynolds

Robert Fowler

Abdo Khoury

Lewis Rubinson

Burton Lee

Rebecca Kruisselbrink

Beth Riviello

John Marshall

Janice Zimmerman

Srinivas Murthy

Aleks Leligdowicz

Jean-Louis Vincent

Marcus  Schultz

Tim Baker

Enrico Dippenaar

Nebiyu Shukur

Work and achievements

The Group is currently working on a systematic review, entitled “Critical care service delivery across healthcare systems in low- and low-middle income countries“. This project was started in conjunction with the WHO program for acute care, trauma and emergency services (headed by Dr. Teri Reynolds, in the dept. of non-communicable diseases, violence, and injury prevention), the IFEM Critical Care SIG, and other independent leaders in global critical care in order to explore the range of critical care services being delivered across the health system in resource-limited settings.

This project was originally conceived as a scoping review, then evolved to become a systematic review, to serve as a foundation to explore the literature for a white paper appraising the current state of critical care services in low-middle income countries. There are also several subquestions that may form from this review, including how clinical impact is measured, cost/benefit outcomes, and review subsets including paediatric critical care. Currently, the review is in progress and has been submitted for inclusion in the PROSPERO database.

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