Course Details (London)
Monday 24th September 2018
To be held at the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London.
Book online via the RCoA events pages: https://www.rcoa.ac.uk/education-and-events/events
Once fully booked, you will be placed on the waiting list in case of any cancellations, or given priority booking for future courses.
|Location:||Royal College of Anaesthetists, Churchill House, 35 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4SG|
|Cost:||£200, including refreshments and lunch.|
|Places:||There are 30 places on the course. Unsuccessful applicants will be placed on the waiting list in case of any cancellations, or given priority booking for future courses. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.|
To be held at the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London. Monday 29th April 2019. Bookings will be via RCoA website, not yet open.
Aims and Format of the course:
The overall aim of the course is to provide a practical introduction to the practice of anaesthesia in the developing world. The course is suitable for anyone planning, or even just thinking about going to work in the developing world, from junior trainees through to senior consultants. The course will be made up of a mixture of lectures, small group sessions and hands on experience and will cover the following areas:
- Introduction to draw over anaesthesia
- Practical use of Ketamine in the field
- Hands-on equipment sessions (draw over circuits, oxygen concentrators etc.)
- Obstetric anaesthesia
- Paediatric anaesthesia
- How to organise your time away and get it recognised
- Problem solving in the field
- Recent experience from the field
The course is taught by an experienced faculty of consultants, with some senior trainees, who between them have extensive experience of working in the developing world. Specialised equipment is provided by Diamedica UK.
A sample programme from previous courses can be found in the downloads section.