Op-ed: Now is the time to deliver concrete results and to embrace a European Health Union

Read the President’s editorial on Euractiv   Even before this public health emergency, ESICM has been advocating for the importance of improving the standards of care for patients by facilitating intensivists’ free movement across EU countries. The primary objective of this free movement is to explore paths for intensivists to freely operate within the EU, […]

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Diversity and Inclusivity: The Way to Multidisciplinary Intensive Care Medicine in Europe

Our commitment to the free movement of Intensivists   Intensive Care was born in the wake of a polio pandemic in 1954 in Copenhagen. Today, it is a multidisciplinary, rigorous, precise, teachable, and highly scientific medicine branch, central to crisis and disasters management. There are different pathways to becoming an intensivist in Europe. ESICM believes […]

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Consultation Paper: Intensive Care Medicine as recognised under Annex V

  Dear Members of the Intensive Care Community, Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are happy to share with you information on the progress ESICM is making in the work with the European Commission regarding the Framework for free movement of intensivists in Europe and the integration of Intensive Care Medicine in the Annex V of […]

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