The Society of Intensive Care Medicine, Singapore (SICM) is the representative body for intensive care medicine professionals in Singapore. Its objectives are to advance the knowledge and practice of intensive care medicine in Singapore by improving and providing education in intensive care medicine.

The Society played a key role in the development of the next generation of intensivists via the setting up of a national multidisciplinary intensive care medicine training programme, in conjunction with the Ministry of Health. The Society is also active in organising courses related to intensive care, such as the SICM SymPosium (SISPO), the Fundamental Critical Care Support Course (FCCS), and other continuing medical education (CME) meetings, culminating in the annual largest intensive care medicine conference in the region – APICS, or previouslhy known as “SG-ANZICS”.

To support research, the Society’s research arm, the National Investigators for Clinical Epidemiology and Research (SICM-NICER), facilitates and supports multi-centre studies within Singapore and beyond.