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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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2709, 2019

ICSI Autumn Meeting 23rd November – Waterford Castle

September 27th, 2019|0 Comments

The Intensive Care Society of Ireland will host their Autumn conference on the 23rd of November at Waterford Castle Co. Waterford. There will be both national and international speakers including Dr Ignacio Martin Loeches, [...]

1209, 2019

September 13th -World Sepsis Day

September 12th, 2019|0 Comments

Sepsis is the Final Common Pathway to Death from most Infectious Diseases. Despite being a medical emergency and having direct ties to all other [...]

909, 2019

Irish Organ Donation Handbook App

September 9th, 2019|0 Comments

Organ donation for transplantation is a complex area often making it difficult for healthcare professionals to access time-critical information when it matters most. The Irish Organ Donation Handbook application is aimed at healthcare professionals [...]

2808, 2019

ICSI SIAA Dingle 2019 – Call for abstracts

August 28th, 2019|0 Comments

You are invited to submit abstracts for the South of Ireland Association of Anaesthetists Autumn Meeting (in association with the 21st Current Controversies in Anaesthesia & Perioperative Medicine meeting).  The meeting will be held [...]

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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