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Fellowship of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine of Ireland (F.J.F.I.C.M.I)

 

 

Applications open on the 8th January 2018 for the written exam.

Written  exam - Thursday 12th April 2018

Clinical/SOE exam - Friday 11th May  2018

Preparatory Course - 7th, 8th & 9th March  2018

 

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Overview

The fellowship examination of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care medicine of Ireland composes two parts: a written examination and an oral/clinical examination, both of which cover the theory and practical aspects of modern intensive care medicine. The examination is based on the syllabus as set out in the competencies, teaching opportunities and training assessments in intensive care medicine. In order to be invited to the clinical examination, the candidate must pass the written examination. To view the examination format, please follow the link below to Format of the JFICMI Fellowship Exam.

 

Eligibility and Application

To be eligible to sit the exam, the trainee must

1. Have completed the appropriate amount of training dependent on their base speciality area. Relevant information about training requirements located here.

2. Be registered as a trainee with the JFICMI

3. Have submitted an appropriate application to the JFICMI (See links to exam regulations and application form below. Trainees can apply to sit the examination online by following link to Examinations/Register Now)

4. Have paid the appropriate fee

Examination Details

The JFICMI has an agreement with the Examinations office of the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland to conduct the exam on its behalf. This is done under the overall direction of the Faculty’s Examinations and Training Committee and its current chairman, Dr Andrew Westbrook. The examiners are drawn from the training ICUs in Ireland and there is usually an Extern examiner. All are regulated by the stipulations relating to examiners in the link below, Organisation of JFICMI Examination.

Dates

1. The exam is held once a year

2. Next written exam date: Thursday 12th April 2018 

3. Next clinical exam date: Friday 11th May 2018

Fee

1. The examination fee is €500.00 for each component

2. If the candidate withdraws from the examination, a cancellation fee will apply.

Previous exam short answer questions (SAQs)

A list of previous exam questions can be found below.

Fellowship Conferring 

To be conferred with Fellowship of the JFICMI, the candidate must have passed the examination and completed at least one year of recognised, supra-specialty, competency-based training in intensive care medicine. The successful candidate will be conferred with fellowship by the Dean of the Faculty at an open ceremony.

Information for Examiners

To apply to be an examiner, please follow link below to Organisation of JFICMI Fellowship examination. In compliance with Examiner regulations, it will be necessary for new examiners to be assessed as a ‘shadow’ examiner in the first instance. Attendance at an examiners’ course is also recommended.

 

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