In this podcast Dr Krish Ramachandran speaks with Dr Sarah Muldoon about the challenges in retention in anaesthesia.
Flere episoder fra "Royal College of Anaesthetists"
50: Experience of being on the MTI (Medical Training Initiative) programme
31:24In this podcast Dr Ashish Gulve and Dr Rana Hafiz-Ur-Rehman interview Dr Prakash Chaudhary about their experience of being on the MTI programme. Recorded 4 October 2021
49: My Life in Global Health
31:46Recorded 12th May 2021 In this podcast, Professor Ellen O' Sullivan interviews Professor Kathryn Maitland about her experiences working in global health.
47: Patient Safety in Perioperative Practice: Identifying and mitigating latent safety threats using in-situ simulation with human factors feedback delivered by pilots
31:38Recorded on 18 June 2021 In this podcast, Dr David Selwyn, CPOC Director, interviews Dr Megan Griffiths and Captain Alex Jolly about the winning presentation at the RCoA/CPOC Patient Safety in Perioperative Practice Event 2021 - identifying and mitigating latent safety threats using in-situ simulation with human factors feedback delivered by airline pilots.
46: Experiences of the ACSA anaesthetic department accreditation scheme
29:25Recorded on 4 Nov 2021. In this podcast, Dr Emma Hosking, Vice-Chair of the ACSA Committee talks to Dr Tony Shambrook- ACSA Lead at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor and Dr Euan McGregor- ACSA Lead at Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh about their department’s experience of pursuing accreditation through the ACSA Scheme.
45: Debate: this house believes doctors tackling COVID-19 be immune from negligence liability claims: (For) (Against)
28:42In this episode, following on from their topical debate at the Anaesthesia 2021 event in May 2021, Dr Claire Mallinson interviews Dr Michael Devlin and Dr Craig Purshouse (since the time of recording, Dr Purshouse is now a Senior Lecturer in Law at Liverpool University) about their views on doctors tackling COVID-19 being immune from negligence liability claims looking at arguments for and against. This conversation looks at both sides of the debate and from different perspectives, including the consideration of other factors. Recorded on the 20 May 2021.
44: How to sustain a career in anaesthesia?
25:53In this podcast Dr Krish Ramachandran speaks with Dr Sarah Muldoon about the challenges in retention in anaesthesia.
43: PTSD and wellbeing in the COVID era
48:08Dr Sue Walwyn interviews Professor Dame Clare Gerada and Professor Sir Simon Wessely about wellbeing and how we can support anaesthetists, particularly in light of the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic
42: Global perspectives: The COVID-19 response in Zambia
34:05In this podcast Professor Ellen O' Sullivan interviews Dr Sonia Akrimi, Dr Emma Coley, Dr Sompwe Mwansa - Chanda and Dr Arthur Polela to discuss the experiences of anaesthetists in Zambia in tackling the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and drawing on experiences in the UK as well.
41: RCoA Curriculum podcast: The assessments - episode 3 (part 2)
22:55This is part 2 of episode 3 of the curriculum podcast series.