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Intensive Care has changed. Now more than ever, it is about the diagnosis and management of complex medical conditions rather than just organ support. This conference tells you the latest about the conditions which might put a patient ON intensive care, or which might afflict them whilst there. It is NOT intensive care management per se. The aim is for clinicians of all grades to understand the diseases they see on ICU: how they present, how to diagnose them, how they are... Details
When: September 23, 2019
Where: London
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The Society is excited to offer its first ever Critical Care Professional Development day on 2 October 2019. Following the publication of the AHP Critical Care Professional Development Framework, we are bringing the four pillars in which it is based, to life, with talks from representatives from each of the disciplines on how to advance your professional career in critical care. We are also delighted that Chief AHP Officer, Suzanne Rastrick will be joining... Details
When: October 2, 2019
Where: Bolton
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This year's microbiology seminar is going to return to the root of Intensive Care Medicine and concentrate on sepsis. The subjects to be presented and discussed include the diagnosis of sepsis, current status of novel therapies, the effective and safe prescribing of antibiotics and cases of sepsis which require special attention (e.g. sepsis in children, obstetric sepsis). Speakers include Professor Paul Dark, Dr Nuala Lacas, Dr Tony Whitehouse with more to be... Details
When: November 13, 2019
Where: London
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Corresponding with the launch of FUSIC (Focused Ultrasound for Intensive Care) - the merger of FICE and CUSIC programmes - the ICS are proud to offer this exciting advanced ultrasound course for Intensive Care Medicine, designed to take your ultrasound skills to the next level. It will introduce how to assess haemodynamics (circulatory pressures, flow and resistance), abdominal organs (kidneys, liver, gallbladder and bowel), advanced lung, the airway and an introduction to the brain... Details
When: December 8, 2019
Where: Birmingham