The following hospitals are recognised for training in intensive care medicine:
- AMNCH Tallaght Hospital, Dublin
- Belfast City Hospital, Northern Ireland
- Beaumont Hospital, Dublin
- Cork University Hospital
- Mater Misericordiae Hospital, Dublin
- Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, Dublin
- Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, NI
- St James’s Hospital, Dublin
- St Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin
- University College Hospital, Galway
The structure of training is more clearly spelt out now with reference to the variation in the training ‘pathway’ depending on the base specialty background of the trainee. The Faculty’s competency assessment document, sign-off documents and online training logbook are available in the logged-in section of this website.
Applying for training post
How do I apply for training posts in Intensive Care Medicine?
Eligible applicants who have satisfied training criteria in their base specialty may apply to the JFICMI for interview to enter postgraduate training in Intensive Care Medicine. Trainees who have modules in Intensive Care Medicine during their base specialty training need to register with the JFICMI to ensure that a JFICMI supervisor of Training prospectively reviews the module and oversees its conduct and monitoring – see competencies and logbook sections. In this circumstance, these modules will be signed off towards achieving eligibility to sit the Fellowship examination. These modules should be no less than 2 months in duration and are applicable to trainees in all base specialties.
For a full overview of application processes for training in Intensive Care Medicine, see ‘Applying for a Training position’ under Training.