b'4) Understand how their daily practice influences society7. Professionalismin generalMinimise the environmental impact of anaesthesiaMedical Council 8 Domains7. Professionalism and incorporate sustainability into their daily practice; Medical practitioners must show a commitment to Understand the contribution of the practice ofupholding the standards outlined in the Medical anaesthesia to the carbon footprint of healthcareCouncils Guide to Professional Conduct and Ethics practices; for Registered Medical Practitioners. Support education, research and continuous improvement in sustainability. The Anaesthesiology trainee will be expected to exhibit The College is committed to supporting traineesappropriate professional behaviour in practice, including, wellbeing throughout their working life. The Collegebut not limited to: advises trainees to monitor their physical and emotionalShowing respect for confidentiality and privacy of wellbeing and to seek assistance early if they have anypatients and colleagues;concerns or feel they are experiencing significant stress.Punctuality;Further information for resources for personal wellbeingWorking in a calm and considered manner, even in are available in Appendix 1: Safety and Quality of Care forstressful situations;Patient and Trainee. Contributing to culture of quality improvement;Ensuring adequate and legible record keeping.6. Scholarship 8. Clinical SkillMedical Council 8 Domains6. ScholarshipMedical Council 8 Domains8. Clinical Skills Medical practitioners must acquire, understand andThe development and maintenance of professional demonstrate the large body of knowledge at thecapability in the domain of clinical skills in forefront of learning within their speciality, as partAnaesthesiology is required. of the continuum of lifelong learning. They must also demonstrate the capacity to source the bestCompetence should be demonstrated through the information and evidence to guide their practice asachievement of minimum volume of practice, and workplace part of a commitment to scholarly activity.based assessments, as outlined in Appendix 2: Summary The Anaesthesiology trainee will be expected to engageof Minimum Criteria for Competence and Appendix 3: in continuous enhancement of professional activitiesWorkplace Based Assessments. This fulfils the requirement through ongoing learning:to demonstrate and provide evidence of best practice for Critically evaluate information, its sources, and integratepatient care, which lie at the forefront of the discipline.best available evidence into practice; The Anaesthesiology trainee will be expected to: Contribute to the creation and dissemination ofPractice medicine within their defined scope of practice knowledge and practice applicable to anaesthesia andand expertise;healthcare; Perform a complete patient centred clinical assessment Teach others. and establish a management plan; Demonstrate proficient and appropriate technical and Ongoing Professional Competence and demonstration ofprocedural skills;scholarship should be documented in the training diary,Demonstrate safe, effective and efficient patientsee Appendix 1: Safety and Quality of Care for Patient andcentred care.Trainee. The training diary is a preparatory reflection forThese eight domains of good professional practice are the trainee of the requirements of the CAI Professionalnot unique to specialist training and professional practice Competence Scheme (PCS). All doctors registered andin Anaesthesiology, and are applicable in all contexts of working in Ireland have a legal duty to maintain a recordmedical practice for all doctors practicing in Ireland. of their professional competence. Accreditation for specific competencies is determined by the CAI Hospital Accreditation Process. A table outlining current accreditation for each training hospital is outlined in Appendix 4: Hospital Accreditation.The trainee is expected to build their portfolio of professionalism throughout their training programme. This assessment of Professionalism will form a component of the criteria to be awarded a CSCST. Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme 13'