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Cambridge Critical Care Education Group

This blog has been developed by the staff of all three intensive care units in Cambridge: Cardiothoracic Critical Care at Royal Papworth Hospital and the John V Farman Intensive Care and Neurosciences and Trauma Critical Care Units at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. We are continuously developing this blog to support teaching and recruitment, but please also contact us about employment opportunities – we can usually design specific rotations to suit interests and experience.

Lately, we have developed the Cambridge Clinical Medicine Programme which has been designed to enhance the clinical and non clinical skills of experienced clinicians and broaden their understanding of healthcare education, research, leadership, and leadership. This programme includes the PGCert in Clinical Research, Education, and Leadership which we offer in conjunction with either rotational or single unit fellow posts in any of the intensive care units in Cambridge.

Our Critical Care Units

There are three adult critical care units in Cambridge, NCCU and JVF are at Addenbrooke’s Hospital while our Cardiothoracic ICU is at Royal Papworth Hospitals. Both hospitals will be shortly co-localised on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.

Education, Research, Courses

We have vibrant education and research clusters across critical care in Cambridge. Our educational activity includes local teaching and journal clubs on each of the three units plus annual Cambridge Critical Care Group Study Days three times per year which are free to all trainees in the East of England.

We have a worldwide reputation for our research which is conducted into traumatic brain injury, lung inflammation, machine learning and health informatics, coagulopathy of trauma, amongst a wide range of other fields.

Recent Education Blog Posts

CCCEG Neurosciences and Trauma Study Day – Dec 2017

The CCCEG Neurosciences and Trauma Study Day will be held this year on 1st December 2017 at the Cancer Research UK Lecture Theatre on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.

International guest speaker Dr Peter Brindley.

Programme available here.

Contact us for further information.

CCCEG Study Day

Hepatology and ICM Study in Cambridge
Tuesday 12th of December 2017

Seminars centered around care of the transplanted patient, managing acute liver failure, and predicting outcome in liver disease on the ICU.

East of England trainees free |£40 from elsewhere| £80 consultants

Email, or use contact form, to book your place.

RCoA CPD points applied for.

Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura

By Dr Rob Hackett

TTP consists of the pentad of: