Since its inception in 2006, the NIHR has significantly increased the scale of clinical research in the NHS, particularly through the Clinical Research Network. The enthusiastic engagement of NHS clinicians is an essential condition for sustaining and building on this success, particularly given the many competing demands on clinician time...
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A joint statement from the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and the Intensive Care Society.
Tociluzimab is a monoclonal antibody which until recently has been used predominantly in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
It is one of a number of immunomodulatory drugs being evaluated in clinical trials for the treatment of COVID-19;...
The ACCEA have just announced they are going to be holding an award round in 2021. Please see below for all the important dates, especially if you want to seek Faculty support for your application.
Clinical Excellence Awards (CEAs) are intended to recognise and reward exceptional contribution...
In October the Faculty surveyed our Fellows and Members about their experiences and feelings during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are pleased to publish Voices from the Frontline of Critical Care based on the results of this survey. Thank you to those of you who contributed.
02 November 2020
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...
Following the publication of our Enhanced Care Guidance in May this year, the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine is delighted to collaborate with the Centre for Perioperative Care (CPOC) and numerous other professional bodies to produce Guidelines on Establishing and Delivering Enhanced Perioperative Care Services.
Dr Alison Pittard, Dean of the...
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
How to Apply
Please submit a CV and
Joint Fatigue Working Group win 'Workforce and Wellbeing Team of the Year' at the BMJ Awards
The British Medical Journal award for Workforce and Wellbeing team of the year was awarded to the Joint Fatigue Working Group.The working group is made up of contributors from FICM, Association of Anaesthetists,...
Dr Alison Pittard, Faculty Dean to be awarded OBE.
The Faculty is delighted to report that our Dean, Dr Alison Pittard has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List. Dr Pittard has demonstrated exemplary national leadership for Intensive Care Medicine and co-operative working during the pandemic with Royal...
The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and the Royal College of Anaesthetists are urging people across the United Kingdom and those visiting it, to abide strictly by the government’s rules regarding social distancing. With a worrying increase in hospital admissions of patients with Coronavirus and the
The GMC has confirmed that from 7 October 2020 they will issue a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) to doctors on a CESR Combined Programme (CESR -CP) where there is no minimum UK training time listed for ICM in the European Union (EU) legislation. Please click here for further information.