The Climate and Ecological Emergency is one of the greatest challenges of our time. It threatens all alive today. We all must do our part to significantly reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and halt loss of biodiversity.
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Improve your management and care of patients with liver failure with this long-running study day.
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We have teamed up with researchers to conduct a study funded by the Wellcome Trust to support intensive care staff who have experienced stressful or traumatic events from working in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our members can apply to access 1:1 psychological coaching, to assist with your personal and professional development.
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Calling all cyclists heading to SOA 2023 – get on your bike, start a peloton, and meet us in Birmingham!
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Intensive care is at a crossroads and is facing serious issues like staff shortages, capacity issues and a lack of rehabilitation services.
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Intensive care units (ICUs) are specialist hospital wards that provide treatment and monitoring for people who are very ill.
Become a member of the Society today to join the largest multi-professional intensive care network in the UK, access great member discounts on our events and accreditation pathways, and much, much more...
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We are the largest multi-professional intensive care membership organisation in the UK, and are dedicated to supporting our members of all professions in critical care.
Providing high quality, engaging, learning materials and webinars for our community is one of our top priorities
Here you'll find all guidance documents produced by the Society in recent years.
As the largest multi-professional intensive care membership organisation in the UK, one of our major priorities is supporting research which advances our specialty.
We care about your experience of your everyday working life in critical care.
Admission to intensive care is reserved for seriously ill patients who require invasive treatments to save their lives.
Your donation will help us provide support to intensive care professionals across the UK as they care for the sickest of patients in hospital.
Helping understand the challenges of leading in an ICU environment.
Helping you manage the stress of prepping for and sitting exams.