We are proud to announce eSICS ASM 2022. This will be on 5th May 2022. Link to save the date poster
The programme is heading towards completion and I think you will agree it is looking very good. Topics/speakers include:
- Professor Jason Leitch on Navigating Scotland through the pandemic
- Global Healthcare and intensive care – Dr Eamon Raith and Dr Reema Patel
- Critical care from the cradle to the grave with Dr Arlene Wise, Dr Lindsay Ford, Prof Natalie Pattison
- Organ donation update – Dr Iain Macleod
- Science and research session with Dr Kathryn Puxty and others
- A changing medicolegal landscape with Ms Helen Watts (advocate)
- SICS trainee audit presentation
- Poster presentations
- Dr Jim Down – anaesthetic and ICU Consultant, UCLH and author of ‘Life Support, diary of an ICU doctor at the frontline of the covid crisis’
Registration is now open on Eventbrite and the meeting cost is £25 – a bargain for 6 CPD points (approval pending).
You can book your ticket here.
There is also a poster competition. Entries close at 5pm on 22nd April 2022. Details can be found here
The 29th SICS Annual Scientific Meeting, January 2020
The 29th Scottish Intensive Care Society ASM took place on the 23rd and 24th of January at the Fairmont Hotel in St Andrews. It was a fantastic few days with great talks from our international faculty (including Kathryn Maitland, Niall Fergusson, Kevin Fong, Chris Turner, Alison Jones, Matthieu Komorowski, Paul Frost and many more) covering a broad range of critical care topics. The programme below has more info. The meet the professor sessions and parallel streams were very popular and the evening Burns dinner and Ceilidh kept everyone chatting and partying in to the late hours. Much fun was had!
Please click on the image below to see some of the highlights of the fantastic 29th ASM.
SICS ASM 2020 Abstract Booklet
SICS ASM 2020 Music quiz answers
Feedback for the meeting and certificate of attendance
For all those who attended the ASM please complete your feedback through the link below:
Once you have completed the feedback form you will be able to print your certificate. The link has been re-opened and will available until the end of March.