WICM 2019 Meeting
Date: Wed, 06/02/2019
Location: Royal College of Anaesthetists, London
Fee: £195 (140 for Trainees)
CPD Credits Approved: 5
Availability: Places available. Bookings now open
Event Code: H98
Women in Intensive Care Medicine Subcommittee
Chair: Dr Rosie Baruah
Dept Chair: Dr Suzy O’Neill
A fantastic opportunity for ICM specialists to connect and attend informative and engaging lectures and workshops.
With sessions on 'Leading with authenticity', 'Dealing with failure', 'Being an effective ally' and more, the day will focus on providing practical skills and advice leading to better working habits, environment and community.
WICM is a subcommittee of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and are a group of intensive care doctors promoting intensive care medicine as a career choice irrespective of gender. Everyone is welcome at WICM 2019 meeting as we aim to promote ICM for all.
To book a place on this event click here. You will be taken to the event online booking system where you simply log in or register to complete the booking process.
Parent - Child Room
There will be a parent-child room available on the day. This is not a crèche and any attendee bringing a child to the meeting must remain with their child at all times. The parent-child room will be a lecture breakaway space for those unable to find childcare but who still wish to attend the meeting. We appreciate that small children may need time away from the lectures and workshops and the parent-child room is designed to allow for this without you missing any content. The interactive afternoon workshops will not be live-streamed but the parent-child room will remain available.
There is also a breastfeeding room available for attendees needing a quieter space.
WICM recognises that the nature of conferences must change to allow for the mobility of parents. It is our aim to provide fuller childcare facilities at future WICM events and we hope the success of this event will allow us to do so.
The parent-child room will have:
- Seating and a live stream of the lectures
- Toys for ages 2 and under (the toys will have been professionally sterilised beforehand)
- 3 small play mats and some soft furnishings
Attendees will be expected to bring; changing, food and medical supplies for their child as needed.
All attendees intending to use the parent-child room must contact Lucy Rowan email@example.com to confirm they wish to use the facilities.
If you have any queries, please don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to seeing you there.