Intensive Care Monitor Journal
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A bi-monthly current awareness journal
for the busy intensive care clinician

Keep up with current
evidence-based literature

Read specially written abstracts of major RCTs, meta-analyses and systematic reviews which impact on critical care. Around 80 papers a year over 6 issues.

Expert Comment

All abstracts carry an expert comment written by a leading international intensivist and summed up by a 'bottom line'.

Added 'Extras'

Editorials on current topics, all papers graded for evidence level, recommended review papers, multiple choice questions, an index produced each year, key icons to highlight papers of special interest.

Key icons we use to help inform our readers

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Testimonials / What Our Readers Say

  • "I have used Intensive Care Monitor throughout my training in intensive care medicine. However, it was in the preparation for the DICM exam that it truly proved itself to be an invaluable resource and I recently sat and passed the DICM. I have widely recommended Intensive Care Monitor to trainees and colleagues in N.Ireland, and will continue to do so."
    Dr Aoibhin Hutchinson, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • "I have subscribed continuously to Intensive Care Monitor since it was first published in March 1994. I have done so because it is very useful for me to access abstracts of papers impacting on the ICU which I have not read. The comments are particularly useful because they are both interesting and oriented to ICU practice."
    Hervé Zender, MD, Chief of the ICU, Hôpital Neuchâtelois
    – La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland
  • "I have recently been appointed as Director of the International Critical Care Fellowship program for Toronto General and Mount Sinai Hospitals, part of the University of Toronto. I have 10 clinical and research fellows and I have paid for a subscription for them for the Monitor. I have had a personal subscription for the last 5 years and as a consultant in Critical Care I find it very useful indeed. Because the Monitor contains expert international editorials, I think that it will be of great value for our fellows, especially when they return to their home country after they complete our program."
    Dr. Andrew Steel, Director of the International Critical Care Fellowship, University of Toronto, Canada

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