Division of Professional Development
The Division of Professional Development (DPD) via the Education & Training Committee is in charge of developing and promoting the educational and training programme of ESICM.
This entails coordinating the efficient and effective work of CoBaTrICE, e-Learning Committee, the Master Classes driven by the Clinical Training Committee, as well as the European Diploma in advanced intensive care EchoCardiography (EDEC) and the European Diploma in Intensive Care (EDIC).
The Committee also has an advisory role within the Society, which includes advice to the Congress Committee on the educational and competency tracks of the Annual Congress.
European Diploma in Intensive Care Medicine
EDIC is offered to candidates who have successfully completed two standardised exit exams (MCQs and OSCE). These exams are continuously updated to reflect current skills, attitude, competencies and knowledge necessitated for intensive care practice.
ESICM Master Classes in Intensive Care
In addition to the Master Classes included in the educational programme at the LIVES annual congress, ESICM offers one and two day Master Classes linked to competencies defined in CoBaTrICE. Designed for doctors training in intensive care and as a refresher for the intensive care specialists, these courses are interactive and include a combination of short lectures, small group tutorials, and practical workshops.
These Classes are available as an educational resource for ESICM members and can be organised in collaboration with National Societies.
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The first personalised educational pathway we offer is focused on a key area of intensive care, Infection (INF). This Continuous Professional Development programme connects all the elements of learning and training offered by ESICM and participants can benefit additionally from personal tutoring and certification by ESICM…
- To assure a high quality level education in intensive care medicine (ICM)
- To harmonise training in ICM without interfering with national specific regulations
- To allow for free movement of ICM professionals across Europe
CoBaTrICE is in a state of continuous evolution and we welcome your suggestion and comments about this programme.
This project has been funded by the European Commission Leonardo da Vinci programme (2003-2010).