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The peer-to-peer Critical Care News site now more accessible

29/05/2015

Critical Care News, now in its twenty-fifth year, is a peer-to-peer service that maintains a high standard of clinical experience in ventilation and anesthesia. It features patient cases, symposia recordings, interviews, lectures from leaders in the field and more.

Visit the Critical Care News website

The new and improved website is now easier to use and will soon include webinars, providing an opportunity to listen to, and interact with peers in critical care. Take a moment to sign up on the site and we will keep you posted with new content and events.

Critical Care News is now truly mobile

A new responsive design allows for mobile and cross-platform use. This means Critical Care News is now easier to read on all your digital devices wherever you may be.

The new website is divided into the three categories; Intensive Care, NICU and Anesthesia, making it easier than ever to source knowledge from the most experienced clinicians by area of interest.

See what articles are available today...

Freed-up from the previous log-in requirements, all content is now completely open and within easy reach. The new site also has the latest articles available in HTML format, making it possible to share clinical experience directly from URL links, as well as by downloading the original PDF-format.

Choose from over 50 lectures and tutorials

Find webinars and symposia and access a wealth of video presentations by leaders in critical care, all available in streaming format. The video content also includes presentations from international events in critical care and anesthesia.

See Dr. Martí Pons speak about rationale and strategy for selection of NIV NAVA vs. NIV in pediatric patients

Furthermore, quick access to the relevant organizations and associations working in critical care can be found in the Useful Links section.

We look forward to hearing what you think of the new site, especially if you want increased focus on a certain topic. You are always welcome to email us at info@criticalcarenews.com.