Stage 1 Regional Anaesthesia Training Days
The UGRA (Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia) course aims to help trainees achieve the Regional Anaesthesia curriculum requirements for Stage 1.
What to expect:
• Pre-course learning resources and quiz
• Focus on establishing skills for UGRA- getting the right picture, seeing your needle
• Lots of hands-on practice with scanning and needling
• Experience using augmented reality and Artificial Intelligence (AI) assistance (NeedleTrainer, and ScanNav Anatomy Peripheral Nerve Block; Intelligent Ultrasound)
• Personalised feedback from facilitators throughout
• DOPS for Fascia Iliaca block
The course is free for CT1s (Anaesthetics) who have completed their IAC and who have done 6 months of anaesthetics. The course will be held in the following locations and dates and you can sign up via the associated eventbrite links.
The Grange University Hospital (lead Dr James Lloyd - James.Lloyd3@wales.nhs.uk)
University Hospital of Wales (lead Dr Paul Carter - Paul.Carter3@wales.nhs.uk)
Morriston Hopsital (lead Dr Simon Ford - Simon.Ford@wales.nhs.uk)
Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor (lead Dr Stephan Clements - Stephan.Clements@wales.nhs.uk)
- Next date 19th Jan - please email Dr Clements for details.
The number of attendees for each day limited in order to maximise hands-on practice. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis (but there will be a reserve list). If you have registered and then can no longer attend, please email the course organiser as soon as possible so that your place can be offered to someone on the reserve list.