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Introducing Anaesthesia is a must-have guide for new trainees beginning their specialty training in anaesthesia. It clearly explains the basics of anaesthetics including scientific principles, pharmacology and clinical practice as well as how to deal with common emergencies. The content addresses what a trainee needs to learn in the first three to six months of specialty training and maps to the Royal College of Anaesthetists' Initial Assessment of Competency. Designed to provide structured support and learning, Introducing Anaesthesia builds confidence via the inclusion of diagrams and videos which demonstrate techniques and competencies. Clearly written and focused on the initial hurdles which all newcomers to anaesthesia need to overcome, this is an indispensible guide to the the principles and techniques required for trainees to anaesthetize patients on their own and to pass workbased assessments. This book is ideal for new anaesthetic trainees and for those responsible for their training, mentoring and
Oxford University Press
October 30, 2014
About the author
Dr. Nick Crabtree Consultant Anaesthetist, honorary senior clinical lecturer, Lead for the Simulation Research Programme, Oxford, MBChB FRCA PGCertMedEd Nick was appointed a consultant in anaesthesia in 2009 and enjoys the clinical challenges of colorectal, emergency and trauma anaesthesia. He completed a fellowship in simulation and medical education at St. Michaels' Hospital, University of Toronto, Canada. Nick set up and runs an advanced training module in simulation and medical education for senior anaesthetic trainees wishing to develop an interest in this area. He is course director for Anaesthetic Crisis Resource Management, Train the Trainer and Anaesthetic Assistants.