The Kate Flynn Medal 2020 will take place as part of the National Intensive Care COVID Research & Scientific Conference on 5th September 2020. This meeting takes place the day after the 2-day charity cycle ICU 4 U and is designed to focus on local expertise and knowledge gained over the COVID pandemic era [...]
Co-Hosted by the Intensive Care Society of Ireland, the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine and the College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland Saturday Morning September 5th 2020 This meeting takes place in conjunction with the ICU4U charity cycle and will comprise of 3 sessions The Kate Flynn Medal competition A scientific [...]
ICU Doctors, nurses and staff are very appreciative of the enormous generosity of the Irish public to us. We are planning a Charity cycle to give back to the patients and families of patients, relatives and others affected by the Covid-19 crisis and turn the focus on them rather than us. Particularly to the [...]
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. [...]