A pre-application call for ICAT fellowships is now open! Trainees in anaesthesiology are invited to apply.  Deadline for applications - 20th April. The ICAT-2 Programme is an all-Ireland partnership comprising six universities (NUIG, QUB, TCD, UCD, UCC, RCSI), the clinical training authorities North and South, including the College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland. ICAT is founded on the principles of providing integrated, fellow-centric clinical academic training to excellent postgraduate clinical trainees through a programme which integrates PhD research training of the highest quality with higher specialist training.

EVENT 1 EVENT 2   RCOA CPD Meeting   VIRTUAL MEETING   5 CPD CREDITS   Wednesday 20th April 2022 09.00 - 15.25 (BST, United Kingdom)   This event is aimed at the practicing anaesthetist, trainees and consultants. It has an eclectic mix of topics that might otherwise only be found in specialist meetings. Topics include medical of patients presenting with medical problems; management of patients presenting with issues associated with chronic pain; management of patients at the extremes of age; developing and supporting colleagues; and basic aspects of anaesthesia. (5 CPD points allocated to this meeting.)   Programme Key learning objectives include: Identifying and managing children and adults with cardiac disease. Managing patients presenting with diabetes, pheochromocytoma and

The Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland in association with the Irish Journal of Medical Science invites you to submit your published papers to the RAMI Research Awards 2021.  The awards ceremony will be held on Tuesday June 7th, 2022 in the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland. Attendance is by invitation only for the authors of the 3 shortlisted papers in each category. The awards are open to all those involved in Irish medical research who have had an original research paper published in an indexed journal between January 1st 2020 to December 31st 2021. We are happy to announce

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland condemns the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation and stands in solidarity with the Ukrainian people at this most difficult time. We are deeply worried about the consequences of the war for Ukrainian people and the doctors, health and social care professionals providing care to them. Many of us are considering how best we can offer support. We suggest that it is important that we are follow the advice of the experts to ensure that our efforts are genuinely useful. The Irish Emergency Alliance

Today March 8th  is International Women’s Day. Our College is proud to mark it by publishing messages from some remarkable women who are leaders in our community. Although we, as a College, claim trust and partnership as core values, we do not live in a gender equal world. In medicine, gender inequity takes many forms; but perhaps implicit gender bias is the most pervasive and influential. Although it operates in an invisible sphere, it produces remarkable discriminatory effects. A classic Swedish study demonstrated that women needed 2.5 times as many impactful

On Tuesday 15th March, RCSI is hosting an "In Conversation with" Dr Mpoki Ulisubisya, President of CANECSA (College of Anaesthesiologists of East, Central and Southern Africa). This is the opening event of the Dublin Meeting in Patient-Centred Global Surgery.  The opening event is free to attend and open to all.  It will be an in-person from 6:30 - 7:30pm in the Desmond Auditorium, RCSI, 26 York Street, Dublin 2.