FICM Focus: FICM Annual Meeting 2024

We are pleased to announce that we will be holding our first hybrid annual meeting on 19 April 2024. 

Done in a day - education, legal, perioperative research and more!

Spend a day with us and cover your revalidation and professional needs as an intensivist and educator.

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Key details

Date: 19 April 2024 9:00am - 17:00pm

Location: London,

Availability: Places available

CPD credits: 5 tbc

The FICM Annual Meeting will take place on Friday 19 April 2024.

Done in a day! Join us for this vibrant, interactive day: giving you a full day of worthwhile CPD that will cover many aspects of the latest knowledge needed for the intensivist role.

Sessions include:

  • What's changing and what part will you play
  • Translating research into clinical impact
  • Day to day legal and ethical dilemmas explained

This will be our first hybrid event, so you can join us in person or watch online!

We are offering early bird rates for those who book on before 19 February 24. 

Programme

09.00

Registration

 

9.20-9.30

Welcome and introduction

Dr Sarah Marsh
Dr David Melia

9.30-10.00

What's changing and what part will you play

Dr Danny Bryden,
FICM Dean

10.00-11.15

Translating research into clinical impact

 

 

The development of perioperative medicine in the UK, how it impacts upon, and involves critical care.

Professor Ramani Moonesinghe

  Xtreme Everest, the legacy, and the research that it subsequently inspired Dr Dan Martin
  The impact of NELA on intensive care medicine Dr Dave Murray 

11.15-11.30

Q&A session

 

11.30-11.45

Break

 

11.45-13.00

Day to Day legal and ethical dilemmas explained

 

 

When Patients refuse treatment

Mr Alex Ruck Keene KC (Hon)

  Recent cases at the Court of Protection relevant to ICM Mr Ben Troke
  DNACPR and treatment escalation planning Dr Sonya Daniel

13.00–13.15

Q&A session

 

13.15-14.15

Lunch

 

14.15–14.25

NIHR awards

 

14:25–15:15

Latest updates from the Faculty

Dr Jack Parry-Jones
Dr Shashi Chandrashekaraiah
Dr Sarah Clarke
Dr Dale Gardiner
Dr Pete Hersey
Dr Matt Williams

15.15-15.45

Q&A session

 

15:45-16.00

Break

 

16.00-17.00

StR Session - Dragons Den does ICM

 

  Debate on what ICM technology should the NHS invest in

Dr Matt Rowe
Dr Waqas Akhtar

17.00

Close

 

Pricing

  In person In person early bird discount if booked before 19 February  Online Online early bird discount if booked before 19 February 

Members

£220

£175 £135 £105

Trainees, Nurses, ACCPs, Pharmacists

£165

£130 £100 £80

Senior Fellows & Members

£110

£85 £65 £50
Core/Foundation trainees £55 N/A £35 £35
Non Members £275 £220 £170 £135