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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: 16 August 2017
Shape of Training report

The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine welcomes the report from the Shape of Training Steering Group.  The key principles of broad based and responsive training are central to the Faculty’s view of how ICM training should be designed.  Although the report was crafted prior to our meeting with the Shape...

Posted: 9 August 2017
Expert Case Record Reviewers needed for High-intensity Specialist Led Acute Care (HiSLAC) project

Expert Case Record Reviewers needed for High-intensity Specialist Led Acute Care (HiSLAC) project

Please see below for details;

Funded by the NIHR-HS&DR Programme

We are offering consultants and senior registrars in adult acute medical specialities the
opportunity to participate in the HiSLAC project as expert case record reviewers.

HiSLAC is...

Posted: 28 July 2017
Competency Sign-off Guidance

The Faculty have been made aware via trainees, tutors and regional advisors alike that there is variation around the UK as to how ICM training competencies are achieved, and importantly how they are ‘signed off’.

The Faculty has created this guidance document to try to bring in some standardisation as...

Posted: 13 July 2017
FICM Comments on the NCEPOD Acute Non-Invasive Ventilation: Inspiring Change report

FICM welcome the release of the NCEPOD report on Acute Non-Invasive Ventilation and Dr John Butler, FICM representative, has prepared the following summary of the report. 

Inspiring Change: A review of the quality of care provided to patients receiving acute non-invasive ventilation.

NCEPOD Report 2017

The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine welcomes this report...

Posted: 23 June 2017
ACCP Survey

In June 2017 The ACCP Sub-Committee was approached by Ms Jennifer Wilson (Trainee ACCP) with a request to assist in the distribution of a new survey of ACCPs looking into job satisfaction and levels of burnout amongst Advanced Critical Care Practicioners.

Ms Wilson will be coordinating the survey results and presenting the findings.