Pain Study Day
Pain Study Days are held on a regular basis to complement the RCoA training curriculum. The next course will be held on 1st March 2022 in University of Llandough Education Centre. It is open to all anaesthetic trainees (FP1 to ST7) and SAS doctors. To book a place or for further information please contact email@example.com.
Welsh Virtual Anaesthetic Journal Club
The virtual journal club is set up and run by trainees for trainees. It takes place via teams on the 1st Tuesday of every month between 12.30 and 13.30. The link is circulated to all trainees via HEIW prior to the session. Dr Sharmila Khot kindly acts as consultant facilitator for these sessions.
We welcome presenters of any grade and are happy to help you pick out a suitable paper in an area of interest - we have a list of suggestions from consultants in their areas of interest also.
You are welcome to present a literature review to journal club which is a higher ARCP requirement. You will of course be provided with formal feedback for the presentation. If you would like to present please contact either Anna Roberts or Marmar Htyn: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Journal club works best as an interactive session and so is not currently recorded. Papers which have been discussed before are detailed in the following link.
Other Courses & Events
Stage 1 Professional "Sim" Day 24th June 2022
Monday 28th March 2022
Stage 1 Professional "Sim" Day
A novel & interactive day; highlighting some of the clinical scenarios faced by anaesthetists in training and focussing on the RCoA 2021 Curriculum requirements for Domain 1 of the Generic Professional Capabilities (Professional Behaviours and Communication). This will enable all Stage 1 trainees to evidence this domain in their portfolios, and is designed for CT1, CT2, CT3s (& ST3s to evidence their Stage 1 Equivalence).
The January 2022 course was unfortunately cancelled due to COVID pandemic restrictions. The next course date Friday 24th June 2022 at Grange University Hospital Education Centre. It is free for Welsh School of Anaesthesia trainees. Click here to sign up via eventbrite.
Return to Clinical Anaesthesia
A one day course designed to provide workshops and simulation scenarios relevant to work in anaesthetics. Suitable for those who have taken time out of clinical work and are planning their return to practice. The next course includes:
- Workshops - paediatrics, airway and TIVA.
- Multiple simulation scenarios.
- Talk on LTFT matters.
For information on the next course date please contact Dr Gemma Phillips for further information.
Preparing for Consultant Selection.
A free course run by HEIW for final year trainees. The course is run several times a year.
All Wales Transfer Courses. For further details please contact Abigail.Taberner@wales.nhs.uk.
MEPA - Medical Emergencies in Paediatric Anaesthesia
This course is run every 3 months for trainees completing their higher/advanced paediatric anaesthesia module in Cardiff.
To book on the course contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The following programme of courses are available through the Cardiff Academic Department of Anaesthetics
- Introduction to Statistics
- Advanced Statistics
- Introduction to Research
- Clinical Innovation
For further details please contact email@example.com