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  This course focuses on rare, but clinically significant anaesthesiology-related emergencies.  It offers opportunity for anaesthesiologists registered for PCS with CAI to practice managing potentially life-threatening scenarios in a safe setting.  It allows delegates to refresh their knowledge on the clinical guidelines for anaesthesiology emergencies, and to explore the importance of non-technical skills in emergency situations. Download application form HERE and return to simulation@coa.ie

  This course focuses on rare, but clinically significant anaesthesiology-related emergencies.  It offers opportunity for anaesthesiologists registered for PCS with CAI to practice managing potentially life-threatening scenarios in a safe setting.  It allows delegates to refresh their knowledge on the clinical guidelines for anaesthesiology emergencies, and to explore the importance of non-technical skills in emergency situations. Due to the COVID-19 this course has been posponed until further notice.

The CAT Consultant Interview Workshop takes place on the 20th April 2020. The course is aimed at helping SAT 6 trainees prepare their CV and Interview skills after their duration on the training programme is completed. If you have any queries regarding this workshop please email training@coa.ie

A-CRISIS represents, as the title suggests, an opportunity for anaesthesiologists registered for PCS with CAI to refresh their knowledge as well as practice their technical and non-technical skills in a safe simulated clinical environment.  The letter A in the title stands for Anaesthesiology, Assessment and Airway management but also for well-described principles of crisis management such as Attention, Awareness and Anticipation.  Delegates will have the opportunity to share expertise as well as reflect on their own practice during post-simulation peer-facilitated debrief. Download application form HERE and return to simulation@coa.ie  

A-CRISIS represents, as the title suggests, an opportunity for anaesthesiologists registered for PCS with CAI to refresh their knowledge as well as practice their technical and non-technical skills in a safe simulated clinical environment.  The letter A in the title stands for Anaesthesiology, Assessment and Airway management but also for well-described principles of crisis management such as Attention, Awareness and Anticipation.  Delegates will have the opportunity to share expertise as well as reflect on their own practice during post-simulation peer-facilitated debrief. Download application form HERE and return to simulation@coa.ie  

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland (CAI) is delighted to introduce The Management of Emergencies in Paediatric Anaesthesiology (MEPA) simulation course for experienced practitioners. The highly regarded MEPA course uses an internationally validated curriculum and has already been rolled out in 60 centres across Australia, Canada, UK, Continental Europe and Asia.  Using evidence-based and peer-reviewed scenarios within high-fidelity simulation, the course provides a platform to hone clinicians’ skills according to current best practice in paediatric anaesthesiology emergencies. The MEPA course is suitable for anaesthesiologists registered for PCS with CAI who

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland (CAI) is delighted to introduce The Management of Emergencies in Paediatric Anaesthesiology (MEPA) simulation course for experienced practitioners. The highly regarded MEPA course uses an internationally validated curriculum and has already been rolled out in 60 centres across Australia, Canada, UK, Continental Europe and Asia.  Using evidence-based and peer-reviewed scenarios within high-fidelity simulation, the course provides a platform to hone clinicians’ skills according to current best practice in paediatric anaesthesiology emergencies. The MEPA course is suitable for anaesthesiologists registered for PCS with CAI who

A two day conference on chronic pain for all Medical Specialities, including Specially devised symposia for GP’s. Pain Nurse Specialists and Researchers taking place on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th February 2020.  The ASM will take place at the College of Anaesthesiologists, 22 Merrion Square North, Dublin 2.   A trainee refresher symposium will take place on Friday afternoon from 16:00. Sessions will cover Radiology and Epidemiology amongst others.   Prof Henrik Kehlet, Professor of perioperative therapy and Head of Section of Surgical Pathophysiology, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University will be awarded with the Rynd Medal