Educational resources

MJs post on our blog (“how to pass the FFICM“) is a good starting point for all things online.

The core topics series from the ICS are very good value (they are free but in London).

ICM monitor is a great summary of relevant ICM papers, a discount is available with ICS membership

Segun and James are Oxford trainees who podcast-ise the Journal of the ICS as well as interviewing some ICM giants.

The highly successsful Rich Stewart’s FFICM course runs in March

Justin Mandeville’s site (ICU worth knowing)

Wessex ICS have a recent article on how to get the most out of online critical care resources (including twitter) and this new resource which aims to review ICU literature.

FICM website

There is a comprehensive logbook for ICM doctors on the Sunderland ICU website – link to spreadsheet here

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