Life after ICU

Life after ICU

During a stay in ICU, patients and their loved ones are given ‘intensive’ support and guidance. As a patient progresses to the ward and eventually to rehabilitation or home, questions and issues may arise. Critical illness is a stressful and foreign time for the body and mind. Despite resolution of the initial condition, new issues may develop that were not expected such as brain fog, insomnia or physical impairments. 

We are proud to have collaborated with other clinical staff and consumer experts around Australia and New Zealand to assist in the development of mylifeaftericu


“Information and resources for patients, families and caregivers who have experienced an ICU journey.”

This website has come about through a very generous donation from the Collins family in memory of Kirsten Anne Collins.

Please note that governance and ongoing development of mylifeaftericu is managed by Australia and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS).