We are pleased to see the release of COVID-19 pandemic personal protective equipment (PPE): Guidance for intensive care. A collaborative guidance document in association with The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, Intensive Care Society, Infection Prevention Society, British Association of Critical Care Nurses, Critical Care Networks-National Nurse Leads,...
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Royal College of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Conference 2016
20th – 22nd September 2016
Bournemouth International Centre
“Life beyond the BREACH: Delivering Quality and Consistency whilst Keeping your Cool”
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine is delighted to present our Annual Scientific Conference 2016. This must-see event for consultants...
The UK Sepsis Trust ‘Sepsis Unplugged’ Conference 2016
13th – 14th October 2016
Hilton Brighton Metropole
Hosted by The UK Sepsis Trust, this conference will bring together all healthcare professions and patient groups as equals and will ask the questions which will help shape better care for patients...
The only major addition is the inclusion of the Education Special Skills Year (SSY), there has also been some minor changes to the Academinc Research SSY module. Some of the general content has also been updated.
To see the...
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges Flexible Careers Group is canvasing views on the optimal career plan and working terms and conditions for colleagues in the later stages of their careers. With the planned increase in retirement age there are potentially many implications for those working in the NHS.
In response to today’s announcement by the BMA regarding the junior doctors’ contract, the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA), The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM) made the following joint statement.
“The Royal College of Anaesthetists, The...
As healthcare leaders we agree with the strong message Sir Bruce Keogh and others have sent in stressing how much we value all of our colleagues who have moved from other countries to work in the NHS.
Over the coming months, as the removal of European regulations impacting on