College of Intensive Care Medicine
of Australia and New Zealand
What is an Intensive Care Specialist?
Regulations & Constitution
State & National Committees
State and National Elections
Honours & Awards
For Patients & Families
Continuing Professional Development
Overview and requirements
How to join
CPD Activity Framework
Professional Development Plan
PDP Plan guidance
Types of activities
Annual Conversation-NZ participants
Special Interest Groups
SIG Terms of reference
Critical Care Ultrasonography
Extracorporeal Life Support
Supervisors of Training
Observerships and Placements
How Your Fees Are Spent
Trainees and IMGs
Becoming a Trainee
Pre 2014 Program
Approval of Vocational Training
Assessments and Examinations
In-Training Evaluation Report
First Part Examination
Second Part Examination
Second Part Paediatric Examination
Workplace Competency Assessment
Observed Clinical Encounter
International Medical Graduates
Specialist International Medical Graduate
Area of Need
Short Term Training
2023 Annual Fee - Trainee and SIMG
Face to Face Courses
Online Education Program (optional)
Focused Cardiac Ultrasound
ANZCA & CICM Dual Training Pathway
Transition Year Training
Admission to Fellowship
Specialist Training Program (STP)
Intensive Care Units
Units Seeking Accreditation
General Accredited Units
Paediatric Accredited Units
Rural Accredited Units
Anaesthetic Training Sites
Research studies and grants
Training Resources Documents
Trainee Education Resources
online education program
Critical Care and Resuscitation Journal
AMC Accreditation Reports
Courses and Events
Positions Vacant - Fellowship Roles
Member Health & Well-being
Special Interest Groups (SIG) of the College may be formed when the Board deem them necessary and viable. All Special Interest Groups sit under the Fellowship Affairs Department.
Membership is open to any Fellow of the College.
A Chair and steering Committee of the group will be appointed by members at a meeting and then endorsed by the Board.
Sub-groups may be formed if required.
Special Interest Groups have been formed to;
Provide advice to the Board on relevant matters.
Develop educational material and CPD opportunities for Fellows and trainees.
Review and create documents at the request of the Board.
Special Interest Groups do not have delegated authority from the Board.
Individual group members are responsible for reporting back to the chair and steering committee on activities related to the group.
The Chair must report back to the Board on a regular basis via minutes and reports.
All documents created by the SIG must be approved by Board before published.
The College will provide administrative support for teleconferences as required and two annual face to face meetings.
Budgets Meetings will be chaired by the elected Chairperson
Administrative support will be provided by a staff member at the College and this will include but not limited to; writing agendas in conjunction with the Chair, distributing papers, organising meetings, writing minutes of the meetings and any follow up actions.
Any meetings to be held at the ASM must have ASM Convenor/Committee approval at least 8 months before the ASM.
The College will cover the costs of venue hire and catering for two face to face meetings annually
Travel and accommodation for face to face meetings will be self-funded by the participants.
Any other costs must have prior approval from the College CEO
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