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A one day echocardiography course designed for trainees and consultants in critical care, emergency medicine and anaesthesia. A combination of interactive tutorials on basic scanning principles and scanning practice in small groups with experienced faculty, including FICE committee members.

When: May 23, 2017
Where: London
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A day of debate around contentious ethical aspects of ICM practice.

When: May 24, 2017
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Preparing to be a consultant intensivist in the modern NHS

When: June 2, 2017
Where: London
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The UK Critical Care Research Forum (UKCCRF) was established in 2008 and is open to all who are interested in undertaking research in critical and emergency care in the UK. The main objective of the UKCCRF is to advance the field of critical care research and enhance patient outcome and care, translating knowledge into practice.

When: June 8–9, 2017
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This seminar is aimed at those who already have point of care ultrasound experience and are interested in becoming CUSIC trainers. It is ideal for those who are focussed echocardiography mentors (e.g. FICE) but have no formal training in lung or abdominal ultrasound. The day will cover the CUSIC lung and abdominal ultrasound syllabus and accreditation process. There will also be practical stations to provide hands on experience of the CUSIC competencies. The seminar will also... Details
When: June 12, 2017
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Dealing with critically ill patients poses ethical questions such as: who should be admitted, how long treatment should be continued and how decisions on futility are made. There are also practical issues such as ensuring comfort and dignity in the transition from an intensive, to a palliative phase in treatment. This seminar, comprising of lectures from recognised experts, local expertise and group discussion, aims to explore some of these issues with delegates drawn from the... Details
When: June 12, 2017
Where: Chesterfield
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With liver disease and its complications projected to rise, clinicians from The King's Liver Unit will provide a comprehensive review of issues impacting on critical care. Topics will include management of acute liver failure; alcoholic hepatitis and the patient with cirrhosis; acute pancreatitis, and the post-hepatectomy patient. The obstetric session will cover maternal critical care including the causes of maternal mortality and morbidity, acute liver disease in pregnancy,... Details
When: June 16, 2017
Where: London
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This course is organised and run by Performing Medicine and is co-badged by FICM and ICS

When: July 14, 2017
Where: London
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When: September 4, 2017
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This is a one day course which comprises a mixture of short lectures and substantial small group hands-on training. The course is predominantly practical with models and cadaveric specimens used to facilitate learning.

When: September 11, 2017
Where: London
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One day course covering all you need to know about tracheostomies. Mixture of lectures given by expert faculty of ICU and ENT clinicians and practical sessions ensuring you are comfortable using all standard and emergency tracheostomies.

When: September 14, 2017
Where: London
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When: September 28, 2017
Where: London
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When: October 5, 2017
Where: London
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Meet your colleagues at the ICM Career Day.

When: October 12, 2017
Where: London
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A one day echocardiography course designed for trainees and consultants in critical care, emergency medicine and anaesthesia. A combination of interactive tutorials on basic scanning principles and scanning practice in small groups with experienced faculty, including FICE committee members.

When: October 18, 2017
Where: London
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When: November 1, 2017
Where: London
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the programme is structured around examining evidence-based bedside management of patients with AKI and effective use of RRT. Themes will also include; appropriate use of diuretics, choice of anticoagulation including role of citrate, renal protection and evaluation of CKD. Workshop: Delegates will have the opportunity for hands-on experience on “running” RRT machines during small group workshops. These interactive sessions will explore tips to reduce risk of filter clotting and... Details
When: November 20, 2017
Where: London, WC1R 4SG
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The quality of care given to a patient after initial resuscitation from cardiac arrest impacts significantly on their final outcome. This seminar will cover several aspects of post cardiac arrest management including: the epidemiology and outcome, oxygenation and ventilation target, extracorporeal CPR, urgent angiography, targeted temperature management, and prognostication.

When: November 24, 2017