Each year the ICSI holds two major scientific meetings – the Annual Scientific Meeting (usually early June), and the Autumn Meeting (usually early November and usually outside of Dublin). Both of these meetings have case presentations including the ICSI Kate Flynn Prize. A Spring Refresher course is held once a year which focuses on core clinical practice. The ICSI also hold two Basic Assessment and Support in Intensive Care (BASIC) courses and runs the Beyond BASIC Mechnical Ventilation Course once a year.
Our next meeting is a joint meeting with the ESICM Regional Conference on 1th – 13th June 2015 in Dublin Castle. Please find attached a link to the programme and registration.
The Intensive Care Society of Ireland is committed to the development and maintenance of standards and practice in the specialty of Intensive Care Medicine. It was founded in 1986 and currently has over 200 members. The membership is broad-based comprising Doctors involved in intensive care practice including anaesthetists, physicians, surgeons and microbiologists. The Society is governed by Council. It is a constituent member of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine of Ireland (JFICMI)..