ASPIRE Fellowship: Clinical Leadership and Medical Education   There is a new opportunity for doctors to undertake an ASPIRE Fellowship from 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, managed, and awarded through the CAI. The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland seeks to appoint an Aspire Fellow in Clinical Leadership & Medical

The College offers our sincere condolences on the death of our colleague, Dr Greg Di Mascio to his family. Dr. Di Mascio is remembered with great affection and respect by his many friends and colleagues in Ireland. May he rest in peace.

Applications are invited to the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School/CAI Advanced Clinical Fellowship Programme in Anaesthesiology. The CAI, in cooperation with the Department of Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Medicine at MGH invite applications for the Fellowship by submitting to : 1. Curriculum Vitae 2. A personal statement (less than 1500 words) including an account of the motivation for applying. Appointments are made on a rolling basis to a maximum of two successful applicants per annum. Further details of the programme are below, and queries may be directed to Dr Hovig Chitilian ( or Dr Patrick

CAI Medical Careers Evening: An Introduction to Anaesthesiology The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland wishes to thank all of those who attended the CAI Medical Careers Evening Webinar on the 24th October 2023. Please see below link for a recording of the session in case you were unable to attend:  

Our College community is deeply disturbed by the tragic events that continue to occur in Israel and Gaza. On behalf of our Fellows, Members, trainees and staff, I express our personally felt compassion and sympathy for all those affected. Our thoughts are with our health professional colleagues who work to care for those who have been harmed by violence, as well as by the wider humanitarian crisis. We recognise that a sustained effort will be required from the healthcare community to support and care for all those people and families who are

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