b'Domain KSA Expected Standards AssessmentDEFINITIVE MANAGEMENT CONTINUEDTR_C_29Discusses indications and contra-indications for regional and peripheral SALUS 1 K nerve blocks in the patient with multiple injuries FCAITR_C_30 1 K Identifies contraindications to e.g. urinary catheterisation and nasogastricMCAItube insertionTR_C_31Discusses principles of clinical management for the stabilisation andSALUS 1,4 K transfer of the patients with multiple injuriesFCAIDiscusses special problems related to patients requiring emergencysurgery and how they should be managed, includingManaging patients anxiety and fearRecognising the patient may have severe pain which should be treatedTR_C_32 2,3 K,S,A Understands that severe-co-existing disease may be inadequately treated CBDUnderstands the pathophysiological changes and organ dysfunction associated with acute illnessRecognises the hypovolaemic patient and understands the importance of pre-operative resuscitation including fluid and electrolyte correctionDescribes specific ethical issues associated with managing the patientTR_C_33 2,3 A with multiple injuries, including issues relating to brainstem death andFCAIorgan donationCOMMUNICATION SKILLS AND TEAM WORKINGTR_C_34 2,3 A Communicates well with the patient and/or family providing clear andMini-CEXappropriate explanations of anaesthetic concerns and plansDemonstrates the ability to work well in a health care teamTR_C_35 4,5 A Values the experience of others DOPSSeeks advice and refers when appropriateTR_C_36Outlines the patients right to privacy, dignity and right to self- SALUS 1,2 A determination, including the rights to refuse treatment CBDMinimum criteria for assessing completion of unit: Volume of PracticeTrauma team member 15Workplace Based AssessmentsRequired Workplace based assessment 2CBD:6Available WBAs DOPS:2Mini-CEX: 1CoursesSimulation Anaesthesiology Emergencies; ARREST; PAE; Mascot 1/2; A-Crisis58 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'