Developing World Anaesthesia

Date: 
Mon, 02/10/2017
Fee: 
£200
CPD Credits Approved: 
5
Availability: 
Fully booked
Event organiser(s): 
Dr Rachel Freedman

Overview

The course will provide a practical introduction to the practice of anaesthesia in the developing world and austere environments. The Developing World Anaesthesia event is suitable for anyone planning, or even just thinking about going to work in the developing world, from junior trainees through to senior consultants.

The course will be made up of a mixture of lectures, small group sessions and hands on practical workshops including:

  • Ketamine: practical use in the field
  • Anaesthesia without compressed gas and new agents
  • Organising your time away and making it count
  • Equipment and Drawover
  • Paediatrics
  • Problem solving and decision making in the field
  • Obstetrics
  • Trauma care in developing countries
  • Anaesthesia in the global context
  • Experience from the field

The course is taught by an experienced faculty of consultants, with some senior trainees, who between them have extensive experience of working in the developing world. Specialised equipment is provided by Diamedica UK.


Delegate feedback from previous event

  • "Excellent programme. Good variation of practical sessions, lectures and group sessions."
  • "Relevant and useful - applicable to a wide range of people and situations. Very approachable faculty."
  • "Thorough and catered to the whole audience."

Booking Information

This event is now fully booked. Please see our Global Anaesthesia calendar to see similar upcoming events. 


EVTPatientSafety, EVTGlobalAnaesthesia, DWA

 

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