Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) National Recruitment 17-19 March 2020 POSTPONED
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic a decision has been made to cancel the ICM interviews being held between 17-19 March 2020, for admission to the Intensive Care Medicine Specialty Training Programme.
Please see HEE letter to applicants here.
National recruitment for ICM began in 2012 with the launch of the new single curriculum. Between 2012-2019 900+ doctors have joined the new curriculum, with the number growing year on year.
2020 Recruitment Timeline
|21 January 2020||Advertisement appears on NHS Jobs, BMJ and Oriel|
|10am 29 Jan 2020 – 10am 24 February 2020||Application window|
|20 Feb – 9 March 2020||Window for longlisting |
|From Monday 9 March 2020||Candidates invited to interview|
|17, 18 and 19 March 2020||Interview dates held at West Bromwich Albion Football Club|
|30 March 2020||First wave of offers|
|1 May 2020 1pm||Deadline for holding offers|
Discover ICM and Key updates
Discover ICM. This resource aims to give a quick and easy introduction to a career in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM), providing direct information and links to useful online resources.
Our Key updates are listed here
Eligibility, Person Specifications and Applications
National Recruitment for ICM will be for doctors starting in ST3 on the new curriculum. Health Education West Midlands (HEWM) run the ICM National Recruitment Office on behalf of the Faculty. Each year they develop a HEWM website
which contains all of the information you need on applying and submitting your application.
Core programme equivalence
ICM has no core programme and accepts applicants from the Acute Care Common Stream, Core Anaesthetics Training and Core Medicine Training. Guidance on getting equivalence for core programmes is available here.
For details on regional training and units please see our unit briefs
The Recruitment Team
Recruitment is the responsibility of the Careers, Recruitment & Workforce Committee (FICMCRW), which is chaired by Dr Daniele Bryden. The CRW features representation from the Lead Dean, The Royal College of Anaesthetists, The Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the Joint Royal College of Physicians Training Board. Dr Bryden leads on matters relating to recruitment (assessment, training and quality assurance). Daniel Waeland, Natalie Bell and Susan Hall lead on recruitment for the Faculty Secretariat.