Membership of WICS is open to Healthcare professionals and trainees affiliated to the Welsh NHS. To be a full member of WICS you must have up to date information registered with this website and you must have arrangements in place to pay your annual membership fees (see below for rates – collected annually in October or on the anniversary of your joining).

WICS has recently changed the annual subscription of new members from standing order to direct debit.

Current membership rates for WICS membership:

Student £10
Nurse £10
AHP £10
Trainee £10
Staff Grade £30
SAS Doctor £30
Consultant £50
Retired Member £10

Follow the steps below to join WICS:

1)  Click the Forum link above and Register as a Forum member. You should receive a confirmation email within 1 hour. (If not please check your junk folder and if still no email please email for further assistance).

2) Within a few days you should get a further email confirming that the Secretary has reviewed your application and provisionally approved your membership. This should allow access to the website and forums. (Note – If you do not receive an email from the secretary within 2 weeks please email for further assistance). You will also receive an email from the Treasurer which will include a link (supplied by Go Cardless) to set up a direct debit.

3) Full membership will be approved by the Treasurer upon completion of this direct debit.

Your annual subscription will be automatically debited each October. However, you will be notified before the Welsh Intensive Care Society collects any future payments from you.

If you have any questions related to payment of the membership fee please email the treasurer at

Please note that members who do not pay their annual membership fees will have their website access and membership suspended pending receipt of such fees.

Members who do not keep their contact details up to date on the website may not receive all the Society’s communications, but may still have annual fees debited from their account. 


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