Doctors & Nurses

Educational resources & materials

Health Internetwork Access to Research Initiative (HINARI) 

  • Hinari Programme set up by WHO together with major publishers, enables low- and middle- income countries to gain access to one of the world’s largest collections of biomedical and health literature.

International Child Health Review Collaboration (ICHRC)

Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) – Critical Care Board Review – Pediatric

  • Experience SCCM’s complete spectrum of pediatric board preparation and review solutions, which can be customized to meet your goals, schedule and learning style. Benefit from high-quality educational programming and flexible, effective self-study options.

Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM) – Virtual Critical Care Rounds (VCCR)

  • Pediatric is designed to better prepare students, residents, and fellows to contribute to the diagnosis and management of the critically ill pediatric patient during their pediatric intensive care unit rounds.

European PIC Diploma (EPIC)

The European Pediatric Neonatal Intensive Care Diploma is available to both physicians and advanced nurse practitioners. It is also accredited and credentialed officially.

Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Society (PCICS) – Statement on Caring for Children with Critical Cardiac Disease Across the Globe

Critical Care Nursing of Infants and Children

Authored by Martha A. Q. Curley, University of Pennsylvania & Patricia A. Moloney-Harmon, The Children’s Hospital at Sinai

  • A comprehensive reference text for nurses caring for critically-ill children and their families. The book follows a systems approach detailing the effects of growth and maturation on body systems and on single and multiple organ system failure. The nursing framework is used throughout and includes both independent and collaborative nursing care issues.



Clinical practice parameters for hemodynamic support of pediatric and neonatal septic shock: 2007 update from the American College of Critical Care Medicine*
Recommendations For Sepsis Management in Resource Poor Settings
Guidelines part 1: Management of Hemodynamic Support
Management of Septic Schock
DynamicLung Function and Monitoring – RIMENSBERGER, Switzerland
Ventilatory Imaging – ARNOLD, USA
HIV and Respiratory Problems – ARGENT, South Africa
Thyroid Dysfunction – HAAS, Germany
Respiratory problems with Severe Malaria – MAITLAND, Kenya
Peri-Operative Brain Monitoring – HOFFMAN, USA
Dengue – RANJI, India

Trackline Pulmonar

Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure – SUN, China
Cells and Maturation of the Lung – POST, CANADA
Essentials of Airway Physiology – HUTCHISON, USA
Neonatal Ventilation – BERGER, Switzerland
New Ventilatory Modes – RIMENSBERGER, Switzerland
Study on Mechanical Ventilation – JOUVET, Canada
Ventilation Bundle – FARIAS, Aagentina
DynamicLung Function and Monitoring – RIMENSBERGER, Switzerland
HIV and Respiratory Problems – ARGENT, South Africa
Ventilatory Imaging – ARNOLD, USA
Dengue – RANJI, India
Peri-Operative Brain Monitoring – HOFFMAN, USA
Thyroid Dysfunction – HAAS, Germany
Respiratory problems with Severe Malaria – MAITLAND, Kenya

Trackline Cardiovascular

Cardiac IC on a Shoestring Budget – CASSALETT, Colombia
International Cardiac Surgical Programs – ANDERSON, UK
Polymorphisms that Modulate Cardiovascular Injury – ALLEN, USA
Rhythm and Conduction Disorders – DA CRUZ, Switzerland
Diagnosis and Assesment – CASSALETT, Colombia

Trackline Metabolic & Endocrinology

Acute Liver Failure Epidemiology – SCHNITZLER, Argentina
Acute Renal Failure in NICU – MCCULLOCH, South Africa
Cellular Bionergetic Pathways – LEVERVE, France
Endocrine Changes in Critical Illness – HAAS, Germany
Extra-corporeal Techniques in Sepsis – MCMASTER, UK
Glucose Metabolism in Sepsis – THOMPSON, USA
Hydrocortisone in Sepsis – TROSTER, Brazil
Liver and Kidney – FORTENBERRY, USA
Liver and Lung – DEBRAY, France
Nutrition in the Critically-Ill Child – BRIASSOULIS, Greece
Oxygen Utilisation in Sepsis – LEVERVE, France
Tight Glucose Control in Sepsis – GARCIA, Brazil

Trackline Organization and Emergency

Acute Care in Mass Casualty – CHULA, SriLanka
Bacterial Meningitis – SINGHI, India
Cardiac Arrest – NADKARNI, USA
Delivery of Acute Care – China – SUN, China
Delivery of Acute Care – Latin America – CAMPOS, Ecuador
Delivery of Acute Care – Reality vs Visions – DUKE, Australia
Does more care equate to better outcomes – FEY, Switzerland
Optimal Organization for Clinical Research – SUN, China
Transport-related Issus – HENNING, Australia

Trackline Nursing Care

Comfort Scale and Stress in the Preterm Infant – WIELENGA, Netherlands
New approaches in noninvasive ventilation – LYNCH, UK
Non-pharmacological Pain Management in PICU – HARTH, Germany
Evidence-based Nursing Care – DANSCHUTTER, Belgium
Pain Assessment – RAMELET, Australia
Physiology of Pain in the neonate and Child – TIBBOEL, Netherlands
Weaning Strategies – MARTENS, Belgium
Extracorporeal Support – GAUDREAULT, Canada
Pain Assessment – RAMELET, Australia

Trackline Nursing Innovation

Safety of Patient and Staff – TIBBOEL, Netherlands
Role development in Pediatric Critical Care Nurs – FRANCA, Portugal
Prevention of Medication Errors – NGUK LANG, Singapore
Post-Graduate Pathways – KINNEY, Australia
Paediatric Early Warning Assessment tool – HAINES, UK
Nurse Practitioners in the PICU and NICU – MADDEN, USA
How To Evaluate Quality Of Research – KUGUOGLU, Turkey
Global needs in Clinical Nursing Practice – LYNCH, Singapore
Ensuring the Global Nursing Workforce – NGUK LAN, Singapore
Developing Evidence-Based Guidelines – RAMELET, Australia
Defining Quality Indicators – MOLONEY, USA
Challenges in Setting Multicenter Study – CURLEY, USA
At the end – Copnell, Australia