At the Intensive Care Foundation we are dedicated to improving the care of critically ill patients, through funding vital research. Our overall aim is to improve the number of lives saved and the quality of those lives, for those who find themselves in intensive care.
Stage 1 of the 2017 Foundation Grant process, Expressions of Interest, has concluded with the deadline for submissions now passed. We are delighted at the range and number of EOIs received again this year and thank all applicants for their efforts. Stage 2 will begin week commencing Monday, 8 May when successful and unsuccessful EOI Applicants...
We congratulate Professor Jamie Cooper who was awarded an AO in the Australia Day Honours “for distinguished service to intensive care medicine in the field of traumatic brain injury as a clinician, and to medical education as an academic, researcher and author.” Professor Cooper is Director of the ANZIC Research Centre, Monash University. Earlier in his...
In 2013 A/Professor Glenn Eastwood from Austin Health was awarded a Foundation Research Grant for just $13,320 to carry out a pilot feasibility and safety randomised controlled trial into therapeutic hypercapnia (higher then normal levels of carbon dioxide in the blood) after cardiac arrest. We were therefore delighted to learn just before Christmas that Glenn’s...
Did you know?
165,000 people, including 10,000 babies and children, are admitted to Intensive Care Units every year.
Over 90% survive life threatening accidents or illnesses with the help of intensive care.
Since 2000 the ICF has supported more than 100 ANZ research projects, providing more than $3m in funding.
There are more than 10,790 nurses and more than 1,000 doctors working in ICUs in Australia and New Zealand.