This event will give delegates a fascinating insight into the physiology of diving, and how humans adapt to this harsh and extreme environment.
About this section
The Critical Care Medicine Section’s purpose is to provide a forum for the discussion of critical care and related subjects, to enhance the relationships between critical care and other specialties and to provide a means by which members of the Section receive continuing medical education whilst trainees benefit from courses specifically designed to assist their needs.
- The top three entrants will receive an annual subscription to CRIT-IQ (an excellent resource for the FFICM)
Monday 1 July 2019
All UK and Ireland trainees in intensive care medicine but would be most suited to those sitting the primary or final FFICM.
Submit a 300-word abstract that is a summary of a completed audit or quality improvement project which has contributed to the practice of intensive care medicine.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to present a poster at a Critical Care Medicine meeting.
- Up to £1,000 and a year’s free RSM membership
To be announced
UK medical students undertaking an elective or overseas observership as a recognised course component of their final year MBBS/MBPhD studies during the 2018-2019 academic year.
Submit a 500-word statement outlining the purpose of the elective or observership and its relevance to critical care medicine. In addition, please provide:
- A letter of support from your current institution or a local placement
- A summary of where and when the placement will be taken
- Full details of any other scholarship awards, bursaries and financial support procured for the purpose of the placement
The winner will be required to give a 15-minute presentation at a Critical Care Medicine meeting.
Dr Peter Shirley