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Membership CAI OSCE/SOE Examination - 23rd and 24th October The following candidates have been successful: 76004 76015 76029 76044 76063 76005 76017 76030 76045 76064 76006 76018 76033 76046 76065 76007 76019 76034 76049 76067 76008 76020 76037 76050 76068 76009 76023 76038 76053 76070 76011 76024 76040 76055 76012 76025 76041 76057 76013 76026 76042 76060 76014 76028 76043 76061  

The Council of the College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland formally approved a change to the FCAI examination at their recent meeting on 19th October 2018. The regulation change comes into effect immediately and only impacts examination candidates that are registered on our National Specialist Anaesthesiologist Training Programme. The updated regulation now reads: “An individual is eligible to enter for the Final Examination leading to the award of Fellowship of the College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland who: Has passed within 10 years preceding the current examination date, or is exempt from, the Membership CAI

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland are delighted that Professor George Shorten has been awarded a Lifetime Excellence award in Teaching from University College Cork. October 4th 2018 occupies an important night in the University College Cork calendar. It’'s the night when the University Staff Awards Ceremony takes place. The night celebrates the contributions and achievements of the staff of University College Cork within three categories: The Staff Recognition Awards Scheme, Teaching Excellence Awards and Research Awards. Photo shows UCC President, Professor Patrick O Shea with with Professor George Shorten, School of Medicine

Final Fellowship Written Examination - 26th September 2018 The following candidates have been successful: 59002 59024 59044 59064 59081 59003 59025 59047 59067 65002 59009 59026 59048 59069 65003 59010 59027 59052 59071 65004 59012 59032 59053 59073 65007 59014 59034 59058 59075 73001 59015 59037 59060 59078 73005 59016 59039 59062 59079 73007 59020 59041 59063 59080 73015

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland are pleased to announce that their CEO, Mr Martin McCormack has been appointed as a Leadership Fellow by St. George's House at Windsor Castle. St George's House is an organisation committed to effecting change for the better by nurturing wisdom through dialogue. Founded in 1966 by H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh and the then Dean of Windsor, Robin Woods, St George's House is "a place where people of influence and responsibility in every area of society can come together to explore and communicate their views and analysis of

On #WorldAnaesthesiaDay we invite you to join us as Dr Hester O’Connor, Principal Clinical Psychologist in the Health Service Executive delivers a lecture on the topic of wellbeing, specifically focusing on some pertinent issues facing Anaesthesiologists, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Medicine specialists. The Physician Wellbeing in Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine event takes place at 6.30pm in the College. If you Missed Event Watch Live Feed from Event at: https://dv4.mediasite.com/mediasite/Play/e4a4d22e59e54aabb66227dd42de41691d Event Title: Physician Wellbeing in Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine. Date and Venue:  16th of October at 6.30pm in the College of Anaesthesiologists of