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

  • Renal Replacement Therapies  (RRT) are now readily available in the majority of UK critical care units, however there remains no clear no consensus on exactly how RRT can be best used in the critically ill. We suspect there may be a wide variation in UK practise and are interested to find out how RRT are used day to day by intensive care teams.

  • Survey on the use of video laryngoscopes around the country.  We are aiming to understand how widely they are used and in particular the financial and training implications of use.  Following their inclusion in the latest DAS guidelines, we are interested to see what impact this may have in clinical use.
    The survey can be accessed from the following link:


  • HEE - Sepsis Recognition and Management