Standards & Documents

On this page, you will find numerous documents relating to ICM in Ireland. The documents are stored in chronological order and can be searched using searchwords and/or date of publication. For documents relating to paediatric intensive care, including Standards for ICM in Ireland, please visit the relevant paediatric section of this website.

The Faculty and the ICSI have maintained an ongoing commitment to developing ICUs and ICM in Ireland and it proposed and strongly supported the commissioning of the ‘Prospectus study’ by  the HSE. This report Towards Excellence in Critical Care – Reveiw of Adult Critical Care Services in the Republic of Ireland (2009) and its outline of the national priorities for ICM is strongly endorsed by the JFICMI and it also endorses the role to the HSE’s National Critical Care Programme (NCCP) in its endeavours to implement its recommendations.


Minimum Standards for Adult Critical Care Services

Tuesday, 2 June, 2015

Minimum Standards for Adult Critical Care Services  

    CCP Model of Care for Adult Critical Care

    Wednesday, 10 June, 2015

    The Joint Faculty strongly supports the Model of Care from the HSE Critical Care Program. CCP Model of Care for Adult Critical Care  

      Donation after Circulatory Death Guidelines

      Monday, 31 July, 2017

      Recently approved ICSI guidelines governing the process of DCD DCD ICSI Guideline

        Education, Training and Curriculum

        Monday, 11 December, 2017

        HST in Intensive Care Medicine Curriculum and Minimum Requirements

          Certification and Accreditation

          Monday, 11 December, 2017

          These resources are currently being updated to 2019 versions.    

            National Audit Report Published

            Monday, 25 February, 2019

            The Irish National ICU Audit was established by NOCA in 2013 and focuses on the care of patients in adult Intensive Care Units (ICUs) and Paediatric Intensive Care Units (PICUs). This audit was led by