The Fellowship of the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine (FFICM) Final exam is an integral part of the assessment system of the CCT in Intensive Care Medicine.
Trainees undertake the Primary exam which accompanies their route of entry to ICM training.
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A pass in the Primary examination of one of the other relevant Colleges is accepted as an entry requirement for training in ICM
The FFICM Final examination can be taken at any point during Stage 2 of the training programme
The MCQ section of the examination tests breadth of factual knowledge in the areas of science applied to clinical practice
The OSCE section of the examination tests knowledge and skills essential to the safe practice of Intensive Care Medicine
The SOE section of the examination tests knowledge in clinical science as applied to the practice of Intensive Care Medicine
To sit the FFICM Exam you must be successfully registered with the Faculty
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