The Intensive Care Society of Ireland is a voluntary society made up of clinicians and allied health professionals who work in Intensive Care Medicine.

About The Society

The ICSI 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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Become a Member

Membership is open to doctors, nurses and health professionals working in intensive care medicine. Dual membership is also available with the ESICM which includes a number of key benefits.

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Our History

Founded in 1986 and currently with 250 members, the society is broad-based, comprising doctors involved in intensive care practice including anaesthetists, physicians, surgeons and microbiologists.

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ICSI Events

BASIC Course

21st and 22nd November, 2024 The BASIC course is a short course, held over 2 days, which covers essential and fundamental aspects of Intensive Care and is held twice a year. The course…


ICSI and ICCTG Autumn Meeting

16th November The ICSI Annual Autumn Meeting will be taking place at the Lyrath Hotel in Kilkenny on the 16th November 2024. The event will feature guest speakers as well as the Kate…


Beyond BASIC Nephrology Course

Date:             5th & 6th September 2024 Venue:           College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland                         22 Merrion Square North, Dublin 2. Applications will open on 14th June 2024. The Beyond BASIC Nephrology course is…


College News

Kate Flynn Prize 21 October 2022

The Kate Flynn Medal 2022 will take place on Friday, 21 October 2022.   As per usual Kate Flynn criteria, applications are invited for submission of any presentations of interesting cases or case series related to Intensive Care Medicine….


NOCA Report on ICU Activity during Covid-19

To view the recently published NOCA report into ICU activity thus far during Covid- 19 please click here.