A welcome from the Dean
“Welcome to the Faculty. If you are on this page, I hope you are considering coming to join the largest intensive care statutory organisation in the UK. By joining, you are contributing to the promotion of training and education, improved standards of care, and better outcomes for our patients and their families. If would be great if the future of critical care could benefit from your experience and passion.”
Alison Pittard, Dean
How your membership counts
The Faculty would not be able to undertake its work without the support of its membership. By joining, you allow us to take forward a significant number of work streams for the future good of our services. Read our 10 strategic aims for more on what the Faculty is able to do with your ongoing support. You can also read our newsletter, Critical Eye, and annual work summary, Critical Works for more information.
In order to improve our services, we try to keep as much of what we do as free and open access, from education to standards.
How you can get involved
Our ‘Getting involved’ webpage includes information on the major committee positions and Faculty roles that members can apply to. Our members-only monthly e-newsletter, Dean’s Digest, gives up to date critical care news and details on ongoing consultations, surveys and opportunities to get involved.
How can I join?
Please see below for all of our routes of membership. There is some necessary complexity to our routes of membership due to our role as an organisation governed under a royal charter. Each section below, gives a brief description of the route with more detail available if you click each respective link. Any questions can be sent to our main inbox, email@example.com.
The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine has a number of entry routes for Fellowship and Membership. Please click the links below for individual membership categories.
Please note that important changes have been announced to the membership routes of Fellowship by Assessment and Associate Fellowship. Please read more here.
- Medical practitioners holding a substantive or honorary NHS or Defence Medical Services consultant post in the United Kingdom with a sessional or other contracted clinical commitment to Intensive Care Medicine which does not meet the level of daytime clinical commitment requirement for either Fellowship by Assessment or Associate Fellowship.
- Registered ICM Affiliate Trainees who have achieved the stipulated level of commensurate training in ICM.
Please refer to the Faculty's Regulations for further clarification on eligibility requirements.
Please Note: Applicants for Fellowship or Membership of the Faculty will be informed of the outcome of their application and, if successful, receive their certificate in due course. However, there can be a backlog of applications to process and each certificate must be signed by the Dean, Vice-Dean, and Chief Executive before it is posted out. If you have yet to be informed of the outcome of your application, or have received a confirmation letter but not your certificate, please bear with us, it is being processed and you will be notified as soon as possible. The Faculty apologises for any inconvenience this may cause.