Grants and Awards

We're proud to be able to award a number of grants to support research in intensive care. With four award categories available in 2023 there's plenty of opportunity to apply for one of our pump-priming grants.

The Intensive Care Society New Investigator Awards 2023

We’re pleased to announce that the ICS New Investigator Award (NIA) will return in 2023.

This award aims to encourage new research workers from medically qualified and non-medically qualified professional backgrounds.

How to Apply

Full details of this award and the application process will be released in 2023.
 

The Intensive Care Society & NIHR Clinical Research Awards

In 2022 the Society partnered with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) to launch the new ICS and NIHR Clinical Research Awards 2022. 

How to Apply

We’re working on hosting this award again in 2023 and application dates will be released when available.
 

State of the Art Congress: Abstracts and ePosters

Each year the Society offers investigators and clinicians the opportunity to present their work in either a poster or oral format at our State of the Art Congress. Successful work in all categories will be published as a Journal of the Intensive Care Society (JICS) abstract (PubMed-listed) and reviewed by the Editorial Board. There is a significant conversion rate to full article publication in JICS.

How to Apply

Applications for 2023 will open ahead of our State of the Art 2023 Congress and more details will follow when available.
 

National Clinical Impact Award (formerly ACCEA)

Each year the Intensive Care Society is invited as a nominating organisation to support our consultant members with their national clinical impact award (formerly ACCEA). These impact awards recognise the incredible work intensive care and wider healthcare professions do to care for the nation and we are delighted to help support them through this process. 

How to apply

The next round of NCIA applications will open in line with the national governing body. Please keep an eye on the NCIA website for more information.