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Posted: 16 March 2018
Tackling the effects of fatigue on the NHS workforce

The Faculty is pleased to be part of the Fight Fatigue project developed by the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland and supported also by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.  As a fully 24/7 specialty, Intensive Care Medicine is a high-pressure working environment, with...

Posted: 8 March 2018
International Women’s Day 2018
It’s International Women’s day and to celebrate several of our Women in Intensive Care (WICM) members have taken the time to walk us through their routes into ICM training and a fulfilling career as an Intensivist. What can we learn from these detailed accounts…that no two...
Posted: 18 January 2018
QA Annual Report 2017

The FICM Training, Assessment and Quality Committee (FICMTAQ) publishes an annual report on quality data collected and reviewed during the previous training year, and we are pleased to advise the QA Annual report covering 2017 has just been launched.

Please click here to see the full report, and previous reports are also on...

Posted: 10 January 2018
Key FICM publications Jun-Dec 2017

Happy New Year from the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine. 

If 2017 was as busy a year for you as it was for the Faculty, you may have missed some of the publications we released over the last few months, which ranged from policy to undergraduate training to workforce and beyond. ...

Posted: 9 January 2018
New Fatigue Resources

Critical Care is an enormously rewarding speciality to work in. The work is constantly interesting and varied, such that it's possible to maintain a career long fascination with the speciality. There is emotional reward in the profound difference we can make, both individually and as a...