The following candidates have been successful in the Membership MCAI MCQ Examination Results-14 June 2023:   106029 107976 108127 108582 108922 108939 106984 107989 108132 108589 108925 108940 107098 108052 108134 108595 108926 108942 107357 108057 108139 108661 108927 108944 107404 108072 108145 108777 108928 108947 107545 108086 108305 108845 108930 108948 107750 108120 108524 108918 108936 108807 107966 108123 108572 108921 108938

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland is delighted to have come to an agreement with the Health Research Board to support doctors from our training programme secure Fellowships in the Irish Clinical and Academic Training Programme (ICAT). The Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) Programme is seeking to appoint its next cohort of individuals who aspire to become the next generation of clinical academic leaders. ICAT would like to invite applications from trainees who have a passion for research and who are entering, or in the early stages of higher specialist training across

We are pleased to announce that this year’s winner of the CAI Medical Essay Competition is Benjamin Wong (Royal College of Surgeons, Year 2). The runners-up are Andrew Boland (UCD, Resident) and James Volz (Cork University, GEM 3). To access and read the winning essays on the topic of ‘Primum non nocere, An impossible task in medicine?’ please click below: Benjamin Wong - Essay [pdf] Andrew Boland - Essay [pdf] James Volz - Essay [pdf] The standard of submissions this year was extremely high and incredibly there were over 36 excellent essay submissions. We thank all candidates

  On May 2-4, the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists held its Emerging Leaders Conference in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia. The purpose of the Conference is to support future leaders in our disciplines to learn and share ideas on what contributions they might make and leadership in general. The programme was intended to challenge those in attendance and the discussions were open, wide ranging and sometimes inspiring. The CAI delegates (selected through a competitive process) were Dr Noelle Healy and Cillian Suiter, with National Lead Tutor

Operation Childlife is an Irish registered charity whose mission is to provide optimal surgical, anaesthetic, medical and nursing care to infants and children of low and middle-income countries when invited to do so. Our vision is to deliver this healthcare in the child’s own environment in a respectful and collaborative manner.   Operation Childlife ( in association with the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland) offers potential travel Fellowship opportunities for trainees in anaesthesia, surgery, paediatrics and nursing to gain additional expertise by participating in international paediatric healthcare missions, while also conducting

Please find below the latest anaesthesia courses and events newsletter.   Weds 14 & Thurs 15 June (Virtual) Royal College of Anaesthetists – Anaesthetic Updates Tues 20 June (virtual) European Society of Anaesthesiology & Intensive Care Regional Anaesthesia & Cancer Recurrence Tues 20 & Weds 21 June (F2F, Manchester) ARS/BJA Spring Scientific Meeting 65th Anniversary meeting in Manchester. Weds 6 – Sat 9 Sep (In Person, Paris) 6th World Congress on Regional Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine Fri, 13 Oct (Hybrid & Manchester) PeriopMan 2023 Keynote Speakers, Abstracts & Workshops   Full details of