Critical Care Medicine Section

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UPCOMING SECTION MEETING: 

KnO2wledge 10: Oxygen

Tuesday 23 May 2017

 

Critical Care Medicine Section – Audit & Quality Improvement Project Prize

Submission deadline: Monday 7 August 2017
Meeting date: Thursday 26 October 2017

Prize: The top 3 entrants will receive an annual subscription to CRIT-IQ (an excellent resource for the FFICM)

Open to: All UK & Eire trainees in Intensive Care Medicine, but would be most suited to those sitting the primary or final FFICM. Apply here. 

About this section

Purpose:

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.

Section members:

Doctors and nurses involved in this multidisciplinary expanding specialty.

Section council:

Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section council, led by the Section President.

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Critical Care Medicine trainees' series: What adult intensivists need to know about paediatric critical care
Critical Care Medicine trainees' series: What adult intensivists need to know about paediatric critical care

Wednesday 10 May 2017, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

The recognition and initial management of the critically-ill child often occurs in local hospitals whilst they await retrieval to the regional paediatric intensive care unit. Join us for this interactive, small group seminar in the Critical Care Medicine trainee series where we will discuss the principles of managing the child in extremis, and the common diseases that can cause this.

Evening | Registration: 18:00 | Organised by: Critical Care Medicine Section |
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Kno2wledge 10: Oxygen - extreme physiology and critical illness
Kno2wledge 10: Oxygen - extreme physiology and critical illness

Tuesday 23 May 2017, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

The RSM are working in collaboration with the Xtreme Everest Oxygen Research consortium to deliver the latest research, experiments and knowledge to improve outcomes for people who become critically ill. The continual commitment and extreme experiments carried out by this team will bring results, from the mountainside to the bedside, that will improve and save the lives of many.

 

2 day | Registration: | Organised by: Critical Care Medicine Section |
Region: London | Accreditation: 12 CPD points Find out more Arrow Links

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Visit RSM videos to view recently recorded lectures relevant to this Section

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Neuro-critical care

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Dr Andy Eynon discusses and evaluates the early management of brain and spinal injuries in intensive care units.

45 minutes | Organised by: Critical Care Medicine Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture arrow

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The hypoxic patient

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Anthony Bastin talks about respiratory disease in hospitalisation.

53 minutes | Organised by: Critical Care Medicine Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture arrow

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contact us

Critical Care Medicine Section
T: +44 (0)20 7290 3949

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Critical Care Medicine Student Elective Prize

 

Apply for the Critical Care Medicine Student Elective Prize for your chance to win £1000 to support your elective/overseas observership and a year's RSM membership.

 

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Access critical care specialty e-journals

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Access over 5,000 full-text e-journals as an RSM member, including:

  • Critical Care Clinics
  • Journal of Critical Care

 

Section Bibliography

For a list of what we have available via the library for this section, visit our bibliography page and then select the appropriate section link.