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Statement paper on diversity for the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM).

In Intensive Care Medicine.
By: Weiss B [Corresponding Author].
Contributor(s): Prisco L | Boulanger C | Einav S | Gruber P | Laake JH | Mehta S | Ostermann M | Antonelli M | Ben Nun M | Bollen Pinto B | Borkowska M | Borthwick M | Cecconi M | Costa-Pinto R | Derde LPG | Forni LG | Galazzi A | Girbes A | Herridge M | Hofsø K | Juffermans NP | Kesecioglu J | Lobo-Valbuena B | Machado FR | Mekontso Dessap A | Metaxa V | Myatra SN | Olusanya O | Rosenthal M | Rygård SL | Schaller SJ | Underman K | Wade DM.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 2019Description: .Subject(s): Critical care | Culture | Diversity | Female | Intensive care medicine | Male | Society In: Intensive Care MedicineSummary: INTRODUCTION: Diversity has become a key-strategic element of success in various political and economic fields. The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) decided to make diversity a key strategic priority for the future and appointed a Task-Force on this topic. METHODS: In a consensus process, three Working-Groups, nominated by Task-Force members, developed statements on strategic future topics. In addition, diversity-related data available from the membership database have been analyzed and reported in aggregated form. RESULTS: The Task-Force decided to nominate working groups on (1) "sex, gender identity and sexual orientation", (2) "ethnicity, culture and socio-economic status", and (3) "multiprofessionalism". These are the first prioritized topics for the near future. The first diversity-report shows targetable items in all three domains. CONCLUSION: The diversity Task-Force defined actionable items for a one- and three-year plan that are especially aiming at the identification of potential gaps and an implementation of concrete projects for members of the ESICM.
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Address for Corresponding Author: bjoern.weiss@charite.de

INTRODUCTION:
Diversity has become a key-strategic element of success in various political and economic fields. The European Society of Intensive Care Medicine (ESICM) decided to make diversity a key strategic priority for the future and appointed a Task-Force on this topic.

METHODS:
In a consensus process, three Working-Groups, nominated by Task-Force members, developed statements on strategic future topics. In addition, diversity-related data available from the membership database have been analyzed and reported in aggregated form.

RESULTS:
The Task-Force decided to nominate working groups on (1) "sex, gender identity and sexual orientation", (2) "ethnicity, culture and socio-economic status", and (3) "multiprofessionalism". These are the first prioritized topics for the near future. The first diversity-report shows targetable items in all three domains.

CONCLUSION:
The diversity Task-Force defined actionable items for a one- and three-year plan that are especially aiming at the identification of potential gaps and an implementation of concrete projects for members of the ESICM.

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