The Faculty welcomes the release of report the Future of Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons. The report was launched on 07 December 2018. The interactive dashboard for the report can be found here and the full report is available here. The Future of Surgery focuses on new technologies and their...
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The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine is deeply disappointed by the recommendations in the consultation document released today on the Regulation of Medical Associate Professions in the UK which conclude that Advanced Critical Care Practitioners (ACCPs), Physician Assistants (Anaesthesia) and Surgical Care Practitioners do not need formal regulation.
There are nine nominees for the FICM Trainee Representative election 2017:
- WILLIAMS, Nia
- MOOR, Dominic
- RATCLIFFE, Andrew
- CRONSHAW, Helen
- CAMPBELL, Zoe
- HENDERSON, Mark
- CHAPMAN, Susan
- PERRY, Jonathan
- BAMFORD, Pete
(candidates listed by date nomination received)
To see full election statements please click here.
All those eligible to vote have been sent an
The Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine welcomes the Future of Health research report produced through the Department of Health (and analysed independently by RAND Europe).
Many of the themes raised throughout will come as no surprise to critical care staff, who experience these growing issues in the present. The report...
The Faculty welcomes the Department of Health’s announcement regarding measures to improve sepsis, identification, tracking and prevention
Any measures which aim to help patients and healthcare professionals tackle sepsis should be applauded.
The new measures include:
- a clear definition of adult sepsis for clinicians, so sepsis is identified and recorded more quickly
- educational ...
2017 Curriculum updates
The following changes have been approved by the GMC:
The requirement to undertake Audits have been replaced by participation in a Quality Improvement project, this is to reflect a general shift in undertaking QI projects rather than audits across specialties.
Removal of expanded case summaries:
Expanded case summaries have...
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...
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.
Please be advised that the Adult Critical Care Influenza Guidance has now been published and is available here:
The guidance provides advice and recommendations for healthcare professionals on managing seasonal influenza cases in adult critical care units. ...
The FICM/FPM/RCoA Transparency Data: The Cost of Training report is now available for review
The Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA), Faculty of Pain Medicine (FPM) and Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FICM) ensure that trainees, members and fellows are provided with an appropriate breakdown of costs of supporting trainees and...