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Posted: 21 April 2021
ICUsteps Rehab Is Critical campaign

ICUsteps launches the #RehabIsCritical Campaign to demand improved services for intensive care patients after leaving hospital.

On Wednesday 21st April 2021, on National ICU Rehabilitation Day, ICUsteps will launch a community rehabilitation campaign #RehabIsCritical to demand improved care for intensive care patients when they leave hospital.

Many intensive care patients do not...

Posted: 9 April 2020
Radios for Intensive Care

The Faculty has been approached by People Powered, a charitable group hoping to support frontline NHS staff during the outbreak.

They have trialled a system in London of lending (for up to 3 months) walkie-talkies to critical care units to aid communication (i.e. around PPE and isolation rooms)....

Posted: 31 March 2020
ACCP Sub-Committee Statement Regarding ACCPs on Medical Rotas

It is the expectation that trained ACCPs working on medical rotas in critical care continue to do so to support the entire workforce during the pandemic. In these challenging times there will inevitably be blurring of tasks and activities to ensure safe care is delivered. ACCPs are well placed to be...

Posted: 30 March 2020
Keep Strong Keep Safe Twitter Banner

The Faculty are really pleased to see such a positive reaction to our new Twitter banner. If you would like to use it the banner too and keep the message going on your own Twitter account, the image is available for download here. Right click and save as...

Posted: 20 March 2020
COVID-19 Contingency Workforce Planning – Trainee ACCPs

COVID-19 Contingency Workforce Planning – Trainee ACCPs

With escalating pressures within the critical care workforce, the FICM ACCP Sub-Committee has issued the following guidance on utilising trainee ACCPs.

Trainee ACCPs should not be considered to work in the role if:
•They are in the first 6 months of training.
•They have...

Posted: 13 March 2020
Update on FICM activities in light of COVID-19

Update on FICM activities in light of COVID-19

Firstly, and most importantly, thank you for all you are already doing and will continue to look after our patients during the growing outbreak. The website launched this afternoon,, contains ongoing information and support related to the clinical and managerial aspects...