Podcasts from the Royal College of Anaesthetists. The Royal College of Anaesthetists is the professional body responsible for the specialty throughout the UK We are the third largest Medical Royal College in the UK by membership. With a combined membership of 23,000 fellows and members, we ensure the quality of patient care by safeguarding standards in the three specialties of anaesthesia, intensive care and pain medicine.
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.
40: RCoA Curriculum podcast: The assessments - episode 3 (part 1)
21:20In this podcast Dr Oli Pratt chats with Dr Jo Budd and Dr Gethin Pugh about the changes to assessments in the new curriculum and the developments made to help support training progression. This is episode 3 in a series of 3 podcasts on the 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum and has been split into 2 parts.
39: Data science and artificial intelligence for better healthcare
18:02Dr Jamie Strachan, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at Milton Keynes University Hospital and RCoA Council rep for Anaesthetists in Training discusses how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be used and will change clinical practice in the years to come with Professor Niels Peek, Professor of Health Informatics, University of Manchester. Jamie and Niels lift the lid on how datasets will be gathered and how AI will interact with the data and the governance that will keep patients and clinicians safe.
38: Trainees with an interest in Perioperative Medicine (TRIPOM)
12:29This podcast episode is an interview with Dr Samantha Moore about TRIPOM including further information about what they do and how to get involved.
37: RCoA Curriculum podcast: The philosophy.
37:46In this podcast Dr Oli Pratt discusses the philosophy that underpins the new curriculum, how this is reflected in the curriculum, and what the benefits of this shift in thinking are. This is episode 2 in a series of 3 podcasts on the 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum
36: What can we learn from COVID-19
40:35This podcast is about lessons learnt during Covid-19. The RCoA has launched a report that identifies 10 lessons that the UK healthcare system can learn from the pandemic which will be discussed in the podcast.
35: RCoA 2021 Curriculum podcast - episode 1
33:38In this podcast Dr Oli Pratt puts the difficult questions about the curriculum to Dr Chris Carey and Dr Andy Whallett. Why do we have to have a new curriculum? Why did we change the structure of the training programme? Will there be enough CT3 posts? How is transition to be managed for LTFT anaesthetists in training? This is episode 1 in a series of 3 podcasts on the 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum
34: Procedure induced anxiety in children
28:27Dr Claire Shannon, RCoA Council Member speaks with Dr Richard Martin, Paediatric Anaesthetist from Great Ormond Street Hospital, about the management of procedure induced anxiety in Children.