Dear Colleagues, It is with great sadness that we announce that Brian Kavanagh passed away on Saturday, June 15th, 2019. Brian Kavanagh graduated from University College Dublin in Ireland in 1985. He undertook basic specialist training in Internal Medicine in Dublin then went to the University of Toronto to complete anaesthesia residency and fellowship [...]
Basic Course registration will open on the 1st of July, at 9 am. Due to the popularity of the course places are offered on the first come first serve basis, priority is given to Anaesthesia trainees. There are only 6 places allocated to Interns and 6 to Nurses. With the high volume of applications, [...]
This year’s Intensive Care Society of Ireland Autumn Meeting will take place on the 23rd of November in Waterford Castle. Please save the date in your diary. Registration will open in July on our website. Autumn Meeting Flyer
The Training Lead Office in ULHG In partnership with Dr Cian McDermott, organized the first Irish Focused Intensive Care Echo Course (FICE) last October as part of the IAEM Annual Scientific Meeting. Dr Catherine Nix, ULHG Training Lead & Consultant Anaesthetist Intensivist has been working with local & national colleagues to teach Point of Care [...]
We are pleased to announce the opening of applications for the 2018/19 ICSI research award. The Intensive Care Society of Ireland invites members submissions for research award(s) in Intensive Care. Closing Date: 5PM, Friday 8th February 2019. Please forward to: Rebeca Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org A ten minute oral presentation to the adjudicators panel will [...]
Dr Catherine Motherway, President of the Intensive Care Society of Ireland and ICSI council members would like to congratulate the winners of the Kate Flynn Prize Presentation and Poster Presentation that took place at the Intensive Care Society of Ireland and South of Ireland Association of Anaesthetists joint meeting on Friday 12th October 2018. [...]
Congratulations to Kai Fung Kevin Suen who has been awarded The Intensive Care Society of Ireland & Northern Ireland Intensive Care Society Undergraduate essay prize. We wish Dr Suen every success in his career going forward.
The MICAS service provides the Retrieval / Transfer of critically ill patients by an appropriately trained and skilled team of critical care staff. ORGANISING A MICAS TRANSFER/RETRIEVAL Arrange an ICU bed for your patient Once the bed is secured, Call the MICAS Intensive care (see below), ask for Intensivist/ ICU consultant This consultant will [...]