Anaesthetists are generally understood as the doctors who “put you to sleep for surgery”. Certainly this is an important part of their work, but anaesthetists, as highly trained specialists, have a scope of practice which extends beyond anaesthesia for surgery to include pain management and intensive care. Anaesthetists have a medical background to deal with many emergency situations. In these situations they provide vital care of breathing, resuscitation of the heart and lungs and advanced life support.
Anaesthetics Trainee Updates and Notices
Training Programme Details
Intensive Care Medicine Courses
Please note all seminars are booked through Intrepid Course Manager.
|Name and Position||Contact Information|
|Anaesthetics General enquires||Email: Anaesthetics.firstname.lastname@example.org Tel No: 028 90400030|
|Dr Darrell Lowry Head of School of Anaesthetics||Email: Darrell.Lowry@southerntrust.hscni.net Tel No: 028 90400030|
|Dr Mary Molloy Deputy Head of School of Anaesthetics / Regional Advisor (RCoA)||Email: email@example.com Tel No: 028 90400030|
|Dr Raymond McKee Regional Advisor for Intensive Care Medicine||Email: Raymond.firstname.lastname@example.org Tel No: 028 90400030|