OpenCriticalCare.org

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OpenCriticalCare.org

OpenCriticalCare.org (beta) was launched in August 2020 as a repository for reliable, open-access critical care learning tools with relevance to resource-variable settings. In 2023, OCC has begun to transition from urgent content creation and dissemination for COVID19 and is now focusing on the creation of novel tools and content to advance education with an emphasis on learners and educators in resource-variable and resource-denied settings.

Folder: Provider Resources
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Resource type: Website (URL)
Published date: 1970-01-01 00:33:43
Author: Open Critical Care
EM Phases: Mitigation,Preparedness,Response
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Version: 2
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Created Date: 01-03-2024
Last Updated Date: 02-14-2024

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