The FICM often receives requests to distribute Surveys to our Fellows and Members. The decision was taken to not forward on non-FICM surveys, so as not to overload our Fellows and Members with emails.

We are aware that these surveys can however be of interest so, without any endorsement from the FICM, this page will list surveys which the FICM has been asked to distribute, so you may complete them if you wish.

If you wish to add a survey to this page, please contact us at


Current Surveys​:


Resilience of Healthcare Workers during the Covid-19 pandemic

A group of international doctors and a psychologist are looking to investigate the Resilience of Healthcare Workers during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

In order to do this, they have put together a 7 minute survey which uses validated psychological scales to ascertain levels of this and related factors. 

They would greatly appreciate your assistance in the form of taking the survey. There is further information in the link itself.

To access the survey click here:

Please feel free to directly message or email ( if you have any questions.

Medical Academic Career Progression Survey

The BMA want to understand the changes necessary to increase diversity and improve career progression for all within medical research, education and clinical academia. They want to understand the issues which impact on the attractiveness of an academic career, including factors which might have deterred you from starting or continuing a career in the sector.

To assist them in doing this they have devised a short survey and they invite the views of current doctors and medical students.

Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injuries in Low-Middle Income Countries

With the recent publication of the "Management of Pediatric Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: 2019 Consensus and Guidelines-Based Algorithm for First and Second Tier Therapies", a group of paediatric intensivists with a global health interest plan to explore the current practice of TBI management in resource-limited settings and the ability to implement them. We were given your details as a possible contact who might work in this setting. 

They have produced a survey, link below, and would be very grateful if any healthcare professionals that manage or nurse children with severe traumatic brain injury in low-middle income countries could complete it. In addition, if you have contacts in other hospitals or countries, please be kind enough to forward on the link.

Delphi survey to support the development of a Core Indicator Set for reporting burn wound infections in research

The IConB (Infection Consensus Burns) study team invites you to complete a Delphi survey to support the development of a Core Indicator Set for reporting burn wound infections in research. The protocol for this study has been published in the BMJOpen

This survey has been developed by a multidisciplinary team from several burns centres in the UK, following a systematic review that has identified considerable heterogeneity in how burn wound infections are diagnosed and reported in trials of interventions for patients with burns.

They need your help to select the most important indicators to be reported in research, to support evidence synthesis and identify the most effective treatments for patients with burn injuries.

You are eligible to take part if you are a doctor, nurse or therapist working with patients with burns. This includes intensive care specialists, GPs and ED specialists in the UK. We also welcome input from Clinical Microbiologists working within burns teams.

The survey comprises 28 items and takes around 10 minutes to complete. Further information and the survey can be found here:

If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Anna Davies at the University of Bristol

Post resuscitation care management in UK ICUs

Post resuscitation care forms part of the chain in the management of cardiac arrest. The Resuscitation Council (UK) last published guidelines on post resuscitation care in 2015. Although these are very useful for managing patients in the post resuscitation phase.

This survey is investigating the extent to which ICUs nationwide are applying these guidelines during management of patients post-ROSC (return of spontaneous circulation).

Survey Link:

Management of pain in patients with rib fractures in critical care

The survey is asking for people's opinions and experience in the management of pain secondary to rib fractures in the critical care setting.

The project is being supported by the critical care department at UHB, Birmingham,

Survey Link: