Intensive Care Society

Intensive Care Society

At a glance

Causes

  • Education
  • Emergency Services / Armed Forces
  • Health and well being / research and care

Other details

Geographical remit: 
National - Britain

Objectives

The Intensive Care Foundation is a UK registered national charity that exists to save lives by funding research into new treatments for all critically ill patients. Through medical research, The Intensive Care Foundation intends to significantly reduce the number of preventable deaths and to enable people to enjoy a higher quality of life after treatment on Intensive Care Units (ICUs). 

Activities

In 2003 The Intensive Care Society formed The Intensive Care Foundation with the specific aim to facilitate and support the highest quality collaborative intensive care research in the UK. The Intensive Care Foundation is an integral part of the Society. Although it is answerable to and partly funded by ICS Council, it has its own Board responsible for raising funds, facilitating, and coordinating UK research.

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