The purpose of the Intensive Care Foundation is to improve the care, treatment, and quality of life of critically ill people in Australia and New Zealand through:

providing research grants for projects in areas of intensive care and critical illness or issues related to those subjects, and

promoting awareness and education in the general community about intensive care and critical illness or issues related to those subjects.

delivering high quality professional training and education to intensive care staff.

Our Strategic Priorities

– Improving survival rates of intensive care patients

– Improving the ongoing quality of life for ICU survivors

– Increasing the success rate of ICF-funded pilot studies translating into major, government-funded research projects

– Growing corporate sponsorship and developing new collaborative partnerships