e-ICM is a joint venture between e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH)The Department of Health (DH), and The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM).  The programme was launched in August 2016 and provides 10 modules of resources covering the FICM syllabus including e-learning sessions, links to open access review articles and guidelines.  Whilst the resources will be particularly useful for trainees undertaking Stage 1, they will also be of interest and use to anyone caring for the critically ill or preparing for the FFICM examination.

Please click here for a sample session on Gram-negative Bacilli.

Please click here for a sample session on Postoperative care on the Cardiac ICU.

Some of the resources have been produced for e-ICM but we have also made use of the most relevant and best content from other programmes within e-LfH. 

If you are not in the NHS, but would like access to this educational resource, please visit this eIntegrity link


The structure of each e-ICM module can be viewed by clicking here.    

To access e-ICM you must first register with e-LfH; to do so please click here 

If you have already registered with e-LfH then please click here to be directed to the e-ICM programme

If you have already registered with e-LfH, simply add e-ICM to your programmes. This can be done by ticking e-ICM in the 'My Programmes' section (please note, it can take upto 24 hours for the programme to become available to you).


The Team

  • Clinical Lead - Sonya Stone
  • Deputy Clinical Lead - TBC
  • e-LfH Project Lead -Robin Pollard
  • Faculty Secretariat Leads - James Goodwin & Lucy Rowan

You can contact the team by clicking here

Further resources