Want to play volleyball, have fun, AND support a great cause? Sign up a team to play in our amateur volleyball tournament, Spike out Sepsis, Atlanta! The event this year will be at McPherson Beach in Alpharetta, Georgia on September 15, 2018. Don’t have a team? We’re also looking for event volunteers and corporate sponsors! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to help with the event
Mark your calendars for June 26th for our next live webinar. Barbara McLean will be presenting on From pulse to Pulmonary Artery: Hemodynamics 2018. Our August meeting will be on August 15th with Dr. Gregory Martin. More information on both to follow!
On Friday May 18th we’ll be celebrating NCCARM throughout our region. If you are interested in participating, the chapter will provide treats and chapter giveaways for your unit! Don’t forget to wear blue and share your photos using #blueicu and @sesccm. Please email Mia.email@example.com for more information about celebrating with your hospital!
Do you know a great nurse who deserves to be recognized for their contributions to critical care? Please visit the information page below. Deadline has been extended to May 7th for nominations.
Present a poster at the Southeastern Critical Care Summit! Conference is May 10-11, 2018. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to showcase your work! Click for more information
Lara Mason, RN, has been selected as the 2017 recipient of The Barbara McLean Contributions to Critical Care Excellence Award! Lara is a pediatric critical care nurse at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
About the Award
The Barbara McLean Contributions to Critical Care Excellence Award recognizes a nurse in the southeast region who exemplifies the values of the SCCM: A Model Based on Collaboration, Contribution, Evidenced-based Communication and Collegiality. The award was established to honor Barbara McLean for her contributions to the national society as well as work in organizing and sustaining the Southeast Chapter of SCCM.
Learn more about Barbara McLean and her efforts to advance critical care medicine by clicking here.