Every member of the member of the multi-professional intensive care team is essential to the delivery of patient care, and each of them should have a voice in shaping the future of our specialty. So, we created our Professional Advisory Groups (PAGs).
Our PAGs help shape UK practice across all areas of intensive care and help us better understand the areas which need our support. They are the mechanism through which the views and expertise of each profession are represented at Council.
All our PAG members are members of the Society who have been elected by their peers, and they are responsible for:
- Providing advice and expertise in matters relating to their profession to our Council, through the Professional Affairs Division
- Promoting and supporting the work of the Society
- Electing their group’s chair and deputy chair to represent them on our Council
All eligible members are eligible to nominate for our PAGs, which also provide a clear pathway through to membership of our Council. If you’re not currently a member of the Society, but are interested in your PAG, you can find out more here.
Our Professional Advisory Groups are:
View a full list of our elected PAG members
- Advanced Practitioners in Critical Care
- Allied Health Professionals
- Specialty Doctors
*Our PAGs have been created based on the number of individuals in each category of our membership. Membership categories with lower representation, for example occupational therapists, have been grouped together under one PAG. This will be evaluated regularly, and is outlined in the Society’s Written Resolutions