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 Department of Health please click HERE A further statement will be issued from JFICMI & ICSI in due course. [...]
The World Federation of Intensive and Critical Care has launched an free online education for healthcare professionals who could benefit from critical care training. Please visit sccm.org/covid19 to access the training.
To dowload the COVID-19 IC Guidelines please click HERE To download the PPE Guidance for HCW's in all clinical settings please click HERE COVID-19 Critical Care Presentation Online resource for non-intensive care clinicians - click Here
In light of global precautions for the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we believe we are taking prudent action by postponing the upcoming Basic Course until later in the year.
Dr Catherine Motherway, President of the Intensive Care Society of Ireland and ICSI council members would like to congratulate the winner of the Kate Flynn Medal that took place at the Intensive Care Society of Ireland meeting on Saturday 23rd November 2019. Dr Aoife Brennan won the ICSI Kate Flynn Medal with a case [...]
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, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care in St James’s Hospital. Dr Martina Healy, Consultant in Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin. [...]
Sepsis is the Final Common Pathway to Death from most Infectious Diseases. Despite being a medical emergency and having direct ties to all other World Health Days, Sepsis is still not getting the attention it deserves. AWARENESS SAVES LIVES Learn about Sepsis at www.world-sepsis-day.org. [...]
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 in Ireland involved in the process of organ donation. It contains all key information about the entire process in a [...]
Trainees working in all disciplines related to Intensive Care or care of patients post ICU are invited to submit abstracts for the Annual Kate Flynn prize as part of the ICSI Autumn meeting in Waterford Castle 23rd November 2019 Guidelines for abstract submission Abstracts to be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline for submission [...]