An Introduction to Anaesthesia
A one day introductory course in the basics of anaesthesia aimed at those
- who are about to start a post in anaesthesia
- who are considering a career in anaesthesia
- who need to have a basic understanding of anesthesia eg Surgical / ER trainees
- who have had no anaesthesia experience
Previous comments about the course:
"....very enthusiastic and motivating, good content and engaging presentations!"
"very comprehensive and helpful for anybody who wants to start anaesthetics..'
'very good course, physiology teaching was highly relevant..'
read the BMJ review of the ICU course.....
Sunday 26th July
The UCLH Education Centre
Please pay on line
and please fill in this form and email it to cfacourses[at]gmail.com
The talks are now available to download for 4 weeks after the course.
0900 Welcome and Introduction
0915 Airway: Dr Mark Lambert
0945 Breathing: Dr Abigail Whiteman
further reading: Respiratory physiology
Extra reading: Using inotropes and Vasopressors
Extra reading: Arterial lines
1115 Drugs: Dr Caroline Moss,
1145 Preoperative Assessment, management and resuscitation: Dr Dave Cain
1215 Emergencies: an introduction to crisis management: Dr Demot McGuckin with thanks to Dr Jane Lowery
Extra: Preoperative Assessment Podcast by Mark Lambert
1300 Lunch - careers in Anaesthesia
1330 'hands on' experience in groups with top issues in anaesthesia, airways, intubation essentials, blocks and the anaesthetic machine
1545 Regional Anaesthesia + Pain: Dr Martin Rooms
Extra reading: Postoperative Pain
Extra reading: Pain in children
Extra reading: Epidurals on the ward
1615 Fluids + Transfusion: Dr Zareena Khan-Orakzai
Extra reading: Transfusion
1645 'Everest and Anaesthesia': Dr Ned Gilbert
1715 Feedback and Summary, Invitation to drinks
Great teaching presentation on the Anaesthesia Machine
26th July 2015: £110, but think about coming to this course and the Practical Introduction to ICU the day before!
Sorry but no refunds will be possible within 2 weeks of the course.
Please contact 0203 447 3343 or email robcmstephens[at]gmail.com if you have any problems
Venue: The UCLH Education Centre
Alison Lambert, UCL Centre for Anaesthesia:
Dr Robert Stephens
Dr Martin Rooms
Dr John Whittle
Dr Jane Lowery
Dr Kirsty McPherson
Dr Claire Frith