The Society has an active role in the delivery of education and training in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) in Scotland. This is led by the SICS Education and Training Group and includes an annual SICS Education Meeting, the SICS learning modules, ICM advanced trainee teaching sessions and simulation courses. Further information on the group’s activities can be found on the Education Group page.
The Society also has a number of other groups providing education and support across a range of ICM domains. The SICS Trainees Group represents trainees in ICM in Scotland within the Society and promotes training and collaboration amongst Scotland’s ICM trainees. The Trainee Group page provides more information on their activities and how to get involved. The Nutrition Group provides the expertise and support to the Society in the challenging area of critical care nutrition. Click here to visit their pages in the quality improvement section.
Training in Intensive Care Medicine (ICM) in the United Kingdom has undergone significant change recently mandated by the GMC. The application process to join an ICM training programme in Scotland is now fully integrated in to the UK national recruitment system. Further information regarding training in ICM in Scotland is provided on the ICM training page.