News

All of the latest new items from FICM can be found here.

Posted: 7 December 2018
End of Life Working Party comment published in BMJ

Dr Joe Cosgrove and Dr Chris Bassford, on behalf of the FICM End of Life Working Party, have written an open comment in the BMJ following on from a recent article “Intensive care: balancing risk and benefit to facilitate informed decisions” (BMJ: Gross, Fade, Brett). The commentary...

Posted: 6 December 2018
Critical illness and Prescribing Survey

 

Critical illness and Prescribing Survey

 

Barbara Philips (reader in Intensive Care Medicine, Brighton and Sussex Medical School)  is requesting your participation in a brief survey.

In collaboration with Pharmaceutical Press (publishing arm of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society) she...

Posted: 12 November 2018
Board and Committee Opportunities

There are lots of way to get involved with the Faculty. Currently we have vacancies in FICMPAS and LEPU. Please see below for more details on these exciting opportunities. 

 

The FICM Professional Affairs and Standards Committee

The FICM Professional Affairs and Standards Committee (FICMPAS) is looking for a number of new members....

Posted: 5 November 2018
Revalidation Guidance

The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine is undertaking some review work on its revalidation guidance and is particularly interested in hearing from consultant members about local processes regarding patient feedback.

We would be...

Posted: 26 October 2018
GPICS V2

Version 2 of the Guidelines for the Provision of Intensive Care Services (GPICS V2) is now available for public consultation. The consultation window will close at 9am on Monday 19th November. Comments will not be accepted after this time.

The consultation draft can be found here.

An earlier draft of...

Posted: 1 October 2018
NIHR awards out now

The Faculty are pleased to work with the National Institute for Health Research’s Clinical Research Network to offer two clinical awards, each with a £1000 prize

The awards are focussed on clinicians who undertake research alongside their daytime activities rather than clinical academics.  Click on the link below for more information...