来自SCCM主席的一封信: 我们支持您,中国的同事们!
发布时间:2020-01-29  阅读次数:131
 
尊敬的中国同事们:
 
 
2019新型冠状病毒在中国爆发的消息一经传出,美国重症医学协会(SCCM)就与所有会员取得了联系,密切关注疫情的发展。
 
我希望向身处疫情中心的各位同事发出这封信,以表达我们的感激和关切之情。我们时刻关注着大家,感谢你们为所有需要帮助的人们无私地提供高质量的重症医护服务。
 
SCCM已经与一些中国会员取得了联系。我们了解到,在中国已有100多名重症医护专业人员自愿身赴武汉,支援前线。
 
如果你需要帮助或有信息分享,请随时联系我们: emergency@sccm.org
 
在这个特殊时期,SCCM将持续为您更新资源 sccm.org/disaster 其中部分教育资源已免费开放:
 
1.
Treating Lethal Infectious Disease in the ICU (治疗ICU 致命的传染病)
LearnICU 资源已设置为限时免费开放。这是美国重症医学年会上关于传染病的报告。专题讨论了重症监护机构如何受到疾病爆发的重大影响,以及保持医护人员与患者安全的战略。
 
2.
Biohazard Disasters: Natural and International Outbreaks(生物灾害:自然灾害和国际疫情)
此免费课程来源于SCCM的基础灾害管理课程(FDM)。此外,涉及的内容还包括传染病疫情爆发与传统灾害之间的差异,如何实施适当和有效的感染控制措施等。

 
医护工作者永远处于发现、治疗与控制疫情的第一线。请大家一定保障自己的安全,我们永远支持你们。

 
谨上,
 
Heatherlee Bailey,
医学博士,FCCM,SCCM主席
 
 
 
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(以下为原文)
 
 
 
Dear Colleagues in China,
 

 

As news of the 2019 novel coronavirus outbreak emerged, the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) reached out to its membership noting we were monitoring the situation closely.

 

I’d like to send a personal note to those most impacted by this developing situation to express our gratitude and concern. We are keeping everyone in China in our thoughts and thank you for your commitment to provide quality critical care to those in need.

 

SCCM has been in contact with several members in China to receive updates. We have learned that more than 100 critical care professionals have volunteered to help in Wuhan, China.

 

If you have information to share or need assistance, please know you may contact the Society at emergency@sccm.org.

 

SCCM will continue to update sccm.org/disaster with resources and updates. These complimentary educational materials have already been added:

 

Treating Lethal Infectious Disease in the ICU 

This LearnICU resource has been set to open access for a limited time. It is a presentation from a Critical Care Congress that addresses infectious disease. The session addresses how ICUs are disproportionately impacted by outbreaks and strategies to keep critical care responders and patients safe.  

 

Biohazard Disasters: Natural and International Outbreaks

This complimentary lesson module from SCCM’s Fundamental Disaster Management (FDM) course addresses, among other things, the differences between outbreaks and conventional disasters and implementing appropriate and effective infection control measures. 

 

Healthcare workers are on the front lines of identifying, treating and containing outbreaks. Please continue to be vigilant about your own safety and know that we are supporting you.

 

Sincerely,

Heatherlee Bailey, MD, FCCM

SCCM President

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