Many doctors want to train in critical care medicine but face practical difficulties such as:
(a) Inability to shift to major city for 1-2 years due to family or job.
(b) Inability to face financial burden of travel and staying in another city for extended periods.
(c) Long waiting period of getting into a good training centre.

Senior doctors in particular, who have maximum role in the decision making in their critically ill patients, cannot afford a break in their busy schedule for fear of losing an established practice. Even those who do manage to attend crash courses of few days duration (while having acquired new and vital knowledge) loose out on its full benefit due to lack of continuing practice and re-enforcement.

To help overcome these difficulties, Accrete Critical Care International LLP along with Critical Care Education Foundation, has setup www.ICUeducation.com, the biggest online self-assessment and e-learning portal in Asia, dedicated to the field of Critical Care Medicine.

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