ISOA Academic meeting November 24th 2023 65/66 Mount Street National Maternity Hospital, Dublin   Call for abstracts  The annual scientific meeting for the Irish Society of Obstetric Anaesthesia will take place at 65/66 Mount Street in the National Maternity Hospital Dublin on November 24th 2023. Finalised programme and registration form to follow. The organising committee would like to invite submission of abstracts of original research, audits, case reports or quality improvement projects for either oral or poster presentation. Prizes will be award to best oral, and poster presentations. Please submit all abstracts to by Friday

  The College is pleased to advise the opening for the call for applications for the Aspire Post CSCST Fellowship programme starting in July 2024.   The HSE NDTP Aspire (Post CSCST) Fellowship awards have resulted from the collaborative efforts of HSE’s Acute Hospitals’ Division, Mental Health Division, National Doctors Training and Planning (NDTP) and the Forum of Postgraduate Medical Training Bodies in Ireland. The Fellowships are funded by HSE NDTP and they are recognised and managed through the CAI. The CAI have approved one Aspire Fellowship post which is open to applicants who will

The annual Faculty of Pain Medicine Cadaver Course returns on Monday 13th November at the Mater Hospital. The course is suitable for beginners and advanced practitioners in the fields of Pain Medicine and Anaesthesiology with targeted sessions depending on your level of experience. There will be small group tutorials with progression into Cadaver stations.   Places on the course are limited. Please email  to express your interest. Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis. Once you have registered your interest, you will receive a secure link via email next

Clinical Fellowship (Year One) in Intensive Care Medicine & Advanced Clinical Fellow (Year Two) Post CSCST posts in Intensive Care Medicine Posts commencing July 2024: Clinical Fellowship (Year One) in Intensive Care Medicine applicants must: Have completed CSCST in base special Or Be eligible for a recognised year out of programme from base specialty (RCPI/RCSI/EM). 2. Advanced Clinical Fellowship (Year 2 ICM Training) applicants must: Have achieved CSCST or entry onto the Medical Council Specialist Register in base specialty by commencement of pos Have completed one year of JFICMI accredited intensive care medicine training and

The Operation Childlife Travel Fellowships support surgical trainees or medical professionals to gain additional expertise by participating in paediatric healthcare missions, led by Irish hospital consultants, doctors and nurses, who plan and deliver two-week programmes of care, with Operation Childlife in Vietnam, Tanzania, Mongolia and Jordan. The applications for the 2024 fellowships have just opened, see info at the following link: