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  The Faculty of Pain Medicine Clinical Research Medal competition will take place at the 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting on the 28th February 2020, at the college of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland. Submission Eligibility Criteria First author may be a medical student or medical postgraduate from any specialty Project Supervisor must be a Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine, CAI in good standing A copy of the Hospital Ethical Approval must accompany the submission The research project must be clinically focused First author cannot hold a substantive Consultant appointment or have been

Dr Caoimhe Duffy and Dr Zeenat Nawoor-Quinn, SVUH & CAI immediate past simulation fellows, and A/Prof. Crina Burlacu, SVUH consultant anaesthesiologist and CAI Director of Simulation, are delighted to announce the publication of their paper with the title ‘Rapid Sequence Induction’ - An Anaesthesiology Bootcamp in the December online issue of the Irish Journal of Medical Science https://doi.org/10.1007/s11845-019-02146-w The paper describes the development and launching in 2018 of an anaesthesiology bootcamp for beginners in anaesthesia in St. Vincent’s University Hospital Dublin. As a result of overwhelmingly positive feedback from the first

Examiner Training Day Friday 31st January 2020 Venue: CAI, 22 Merrion Square North, Dublin 2 Registration is free, accommodation and travel expenses will be covered by the College. Examiners must attend this mandatory workshop every three years. All new examiners must attend the Training Day in January 2020. Download programme HERE To reserve your place email Orla at examiner@coa.ie