There are a number of ways that you can get involved in the work of the Faculty. Please see below.
Board & Committee Opportunities
The FICM ACCP Sub-Committee (FICMASC) are looking for two new consultant members with experience of supervising ACCPs.
Please read the Job Description for more information on the expected commitment and details of how to apply.
If you have any queries or would like to arrange an informal chat please contact Susan Hall on email@example.com
Closing Date Extended: Monday 30 November 2020 at 5pm
The FICM's Women in Intensive Care Medicine Sub-Committee are looking for a new Trainee member.
Please read the Job Description for more information and expected commitment.
If you have any queries or would like to arrange an informal chat please contact Lucy Rowan firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing Date: 27 November 2020 5pm
The Fellowship of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FFICM) Examination has been running since 2012 and regularly advertises for new examiners. For more information on eligibility and to see if a recruitment window is currently open, please click here.
Faculty Tutors and Regional Advisors
The training and quality programmes of the Faculty are only possible thanks to the diligence of our network of Tutors and RAs. There are over 200 Tutors and 27 RAs. Tutors are appointed locally, so if you are in a hospital that trains ICM, liaise with your colleagues and your Regional Advisor. Regional Advisors are appointed following an open appointment round and are normally Faculty Tutors.
For more information on Tutors and RAs please click here.
The Faculty’s biannual newsletter Critical Eye is always on the lookout for suggestions for articles and other content. The Summer edition is an e-newsletter and the Winter edition is a hard copy (and therefore has a slightly longer development period). For details on submission deadlines and formats, please click here.
We have two trainee representatives elected from the registered trainees of the Faculty. Please see here for more details.
The Faculty has recently received funding to develop an e-Learning resource for ICM, e-ICM. We are interested in hearing from you if you would like to author one of the sessions. More information is available here.
The Faculty always has a series of projects and work streams on-going. If you have a special interest and would like to let the Faculty know or are interested in taking part in one of our project areas, please contact us at email@example.com