The HSE has recently published a fourth edition of its “ living guideline” for Pharmacological Management of Patients with COVID-19. Please click here to access it.
Fellowship of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine of Ireland Clinical Examination 26th May 2022
The following candidates have been successful in the FJFICMI Clinical examination on the 26th May 2022:
Registration is Open A new day arises! After 2.5 years of virtual interaction, we are looking forward to welcoming you to the 2022 CAS Annual Meeting in beautiful Halifax, NS. The meeting will be held at the sun-filled Halifax Convention Centre and the host hotels are all within walking distance. The President’s Party is at the venerable Waterfront Warehouse where you can breathe in the salt air and enjoy the downhome hospitality. CAS would highly value your presence at the President's Party! The scientific program has been carefully curated to provide the
The International Academy of Colleges of Anaesthesiologists (IACA) hosted another IACA webinar on Wednesday, 8 June at 10am Irish time, focusing on the future of environmental sustainability in anaesthesia and pain medicine. The webinar featured guest speakers and panel members from around the globe, including local representatives from the CAI Sustainability Committee. We heard from new fellows and trainees working hard to create lasting changes within their workplaces and communities. The webinar featured a panel discussion and live Q&A. Faculty: Dr Dónall Ó’Cróinín (Webinar chair, Ireland) Dr Jess Davies (Guest speaker, Australia) Dr Noni
Countdown to Congress in Belfast Preparations are underway for the Association of Anaesthetists’ first fully in-person conference in over two years. Annual Congress 2022 will take place on 14-16 September at the ICC in Belfast, Northern Ireland's vibrant capital and birthplace of RMS Titanic. Celebrating 90 years of the Association Annual Congress 2022 will deliver three packed days of world-class anaesthesia education and more CPD than ever before (up to 15 hours available). To mark our 90th anniversary, we've lined up an exciting and diverse programme that reflects all aspects of the Association’s
We are pleased to announce that this year’s winner of the CAI Medical Essay Competition is Aoife Leonard (UCC School of Medicine, Year 2). The runners up are Rachel Coomey (TCD, Year 4) and Sharon Omiwole (UCD, Year 5). To access and read the winning essays on the topic of ‘Patient Safety in Anaesthesia - Have We Made Progress?’ please click below: Aoife Leonard - Essay [pdf] Rachel Coomey - Essay [pdf] The standard of submissions this year was extremely high and incredibly there were over 32 excellent essay submissions. We thank all candidates for
The Forum of Irish Postgraduate Medical Training bodies is hosting a Finance webinar on Tuesday the 14th of June at 7.00 pm. Please click here for the programme. To register please click on the link below. https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KIo231GcRhiIV0XXZFQKrw