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THE INTENSIVE CARE SOCIETY OF IRELAND.

is a voluntary society made up of clinicans and allied health professionals who work in Intensive Care Medicine

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2308, 2021

ICU4U2 Webinar

August 23rd, 2021|0 Comments

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland, Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine of Ireland and the Intensive Care Society of Ireland are pleased to announce that an ICU4U2 webinar will take place on Saturday [...]

507, 2021

ICU 4 U 2 Charity Cycle

July 5th, 2021|0 Comments

Frontline workers will remember lives lost to Covid-19 and aim to raise €150k for those impacted by the pandemic at ICU4U2 memorial event Frontline workers throughout the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland will [...]

507, 2021

Kate Flynn 4th September 2021

July 5th, 2021|0 Comments

The Kate Flynn Medal 2021 will take place as part of the National Intensive Care COVID Research & Scientific Conference on 4th September 2021.  This meeting takes place the day after the two-day ICU [...]

1304, 2020

Ethical Considerations Guidance by the Department of Health

April 13th, 2020|0 Comments

The document should be considered by clinical staff who will be involved in making decisions regarding the prioritisation of critical care resources in the context of COVID-19. To see the document issued by the [...]

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ABOUT THE ICSI

The Intensive Care Society of Ireland is committed to the development and maintenance of standards and practice…

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ROLES/AIMS

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HISTORY

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MEMBERSHIP IN THE ICSI

Membership is open to doctors, nurses and health professionals working in intensive care medicine.

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WHY BECOME A MEMBER

The Intensive Care Society of Ireland is committed to the development and maintenance of standards  and practice in the speciality of Intensive Care Medicine in Ireland. It was founded in 1986 and currently has over 259 members.

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Membership is open to doctors, nurses and health professionals working in intensive care medicine. Please note
there is a reduction in fees if you setup a direct debit:

CONSULTANT

110

Standing Order  100

NCHD

55

Standing Order  100

NURSE/AHP

55

Standing Order  100