A Career in ICM
Hundreds of trainee doctors a year apply to begin their career in Intensive Care Medicine. Thousands of consultants, over a hundred practitioners and countless multidisciplinary colleagues have chosen critical care as their home.
WICM: Women in Intensive Care Medicine
In 2016, to coincide with International Women’s Day, the Faculty released a series of short statements from inspiring women working and training in ICM.The articles were very well received and demonstrated an appetite amongst our members for encouraging, inspiring and supporting women to fulfil their Intensive Care ambitions. Building on tis and with commitment from the Faculty Board and the Careers, Recruitment and Workforce Committee the Faculty are creating a new virtual working group called Women in Intensive Care (WICM).
Please see the WICM page for more information on this new opportunity
The Faculty has begun work on a careers strategy through the Careers, Recruitment & Workforce Committee (CRW). The work is led by Dr Jonathan Goodall. Please keep checking back to this webpage for further details on developments in this area.
Please click here for some career stories by some of the Dual ICM trainees explaining why they decided to undertake ICM and what it’s like to be an ICM doctor.
The Faculty has produced this leaflet which can be used at recruitment fairs. You are welcome to either print the attached or email to the Faculty asking for printed leaflets.
International Women’s Day – 8 March 2016
For the 2016 International Women’s Day, a number of our Fellows and trainees kindly shared their stories with us. ICM is a specialty with a growing number of women. Read these journeys here to find out why.
Less than full-time training
Please click here to be taken to the LTFT webpage.