b'Trauma ManagementTR_C_3 SALUS 1 K Outlines infection control techniques in the trauma environment CBDTR_C_16Describes rationale and methods for immobilisation ofSALUS 1 K Pelvic fractures FCAILong bone fracturesTR_C_17 SALUS 1 K,S Discusses the effects of hypothermia and methods to prevent hypothermia MCAITR_C_29Discusses indications and contra-indications for regional and peripheral SALUS 1 K nerve blocks in the patient with multiple injuries FCAITR_C_31Discusses principles of clinical management for the stabilisation andSALUS 1,4 K transfer of the patients with multiple injuriesFCAITR_C_36Outlines the patients right to privacy, dignity and right to self- SALUS 1,2 A determination, including the rights to refuse treatment CBDTransfer of the Critically Unwell PatientTF_C_1Discusses hospital protocols governing transfers between departmentsSALUS 1,5 K Outlines regional protocols for organising transfer between departments CBDTF_C_5 SALUS 1,6 A Outlines the ethical issues related to patient transfer FCAITF_C_7 SALUS 1,6 K Describes minimum monitoring required for safe transfer MCAITF_C_8Describes basic equipment, including back-up equipment required for SALUS 1,6 K transfer MCAITF_C_10 SALUS 1,2,3 A Discusses the need for transfer with the patient and their family CBDTF_C_27 SALUS 1 A Describes the importance of record keeping during transfer MCAITF_C_28Outlines the importance of maintaining communication, when appropriate, SALUS 1,4,5 A with the patient and members of the transfer team MCAITF_C_36Demonstrates the ability to maintain monitoring of the patient during SALUS 1,8 S transfer Mini-CEXCurriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme 111'