Training Posts for the National Training Programme in Intensive Care Medicine: Applications Extended until Fri September 15th.
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
Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT-2), an Integrated Pathway for Clinical Academic Training in Human Medicine, Veterinary Medicine and Dentistry The Irish Clinical Academic Training (ICAT) Programme is seeking to appoint a 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 all disciplines of human medicine, veterinary medicine and dentistry. Applications open on 28th July 2022; the deadline for receipt of
The College is pleased to advise of the opening for the call for applications for Aspire Post CSCST Fellowship posts starting in July 2023. 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 two Aspire Fellowship posts which are open to applicants who will
A pre-application call for ICAT fellowships is now open! Trainees in anaesthesiology are invited to apply. Deadline for applications - 20th April. https://icatprogramme.org/fellowship-calls/ 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.
The college are delighted to announce the CAT Careers Evening Webinar that takes place on the 12th April at 18:30 - 20:00 The event will include speakers Dr Fidelma Kirby, Consultant in Anaesthesiology (Temple Street University Hospital), Dr Áine O’Gara (Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesiology St.James’s Hospital) & Professor Ger Curley (Professor of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care, Beaumont Hospital and RCSI) You can view the programme here CAT Careers Evening Poster V2 Click to see link to register and access webinar here
The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland and St James’s Hospital announce a Clinical Education Fellowship in Intensive Care and Anaesthesiology
An exciting new 1 year clinical and medical education Fellowship opportunity commencing July 2021 The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland and St James’s Hospital are delighted to offer one Trainee the opportunity to work full-time in this one-year post which offers a unique combination of educational scholarship centred around the anaesthesiology/intensive care department within the largest hospital in the state. This Fellowship provides the opportunity to work in a clinical department with excellent educational credentials, and to gain skills in the theory, design, delivery and assessment of undergraduate/ postgraduate teaching, as well as
The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland welcomes the recent changes in the criteria for Trainee Specialist Registration eligibility with the Irish Medical Council (IMC) & the HSE English language competency requirements. On 6 November 2020, Minister for Health, Stephen Donnelly, enacted legislative changes that will help non-EEA doctors to access postgraduate specialist training in Ireland. The signing of commencement order for sections of the Regulated Professions (Health and Social Care) (Amendment) Act 2020 allows any doctor eligible for registration on the Council’s general division to apply for specialist training. For the purpose of demonstrating eligibility for the application
With the kind support of CAI and our consultant colleagues we have a planned a CAT Career Progression Evening virtual session for Monday June 22nd at 18.30. We look forward to an evening of fantastic talks from an array of Anaesthesiologists. If you are interested in virtually attending this event please see the programme schedule here at CAT Virtual Career Progression Evening