Critical Aims

As part of FICM10, the Faculty will be releasing a series of 10 collaborative position statements between the FICM and some of its partners.  

 

First Critical Aim  - February 2020: Accessible, high quality education for the critical care community
We are pleased to release our first ‘Critical Aim: Accessible, high quality education for the critical care community’, which was led by Education Sub-Committee Chair Pete Hersey and co-produced with our partners at Health Education England and e-LfH.

 

Second Critical Aim - March 2020: Conflict resolution
We are pleased to release our second 'Critical Aims: Conflict resolution', which was written by Mr Andrew Hannam, Enable Law Mediation in the Court of Protection, Core Steering Committee Chair and Dr Chris Danbury Chair, FICM Legal and Ethical Policy Unit

 

Third Critical Aim - Enhanced Care: Bridging the gap between the ward and critical care to ensure patients receive the right treatment, in the right place, at the right time and by the right people
Following on the release of Enhanced Care: Guidance On Service Development In The Hospital Setting, we are pleased to release the third Critical Aim: Enhanced Care  in collaboration with the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the UK.