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Anaesthesia is the official journal of the Association of Anaesthetists and is international in scope and comprehensive in coverage. It publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of general and regional anaesthesia, intensive care and pain therapy, including research on equipment. Here you can find all our podcasts which go deeper into the issues raised by important papers on topics of relevance to all clinically practicing professionals.
 
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Royal College of Anaesthetists

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Anaesthesia on Air is the Podcast from the Royal College of Anaesthetists. The Royal College of Anaesthetists is the professional body responsible for the speciality 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 specialities of anaesthesia, intensive care and pain medicine. We are always looking for new content, so ...
 
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The Australian Society of Anaeshetists (ASA) was formed in 1934 as a not-for-profit member organisation dedicated to supporting and connecting anaesthetists in Australia. We talk all things relevant to anaesthesia in Australia and are here to support, represent and educate. When you feel supported, that your voice is heard and you’re up to date with the latest information you perform at your best. Join us in conversations that serve to inform, challenge and inspire you to be the best and saf ...
 
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A huge thank you to Dr Casey Parker for his insights and life experience working as a GP Anaesthetist, emergency doctor and GP in all parts of Western Australia. In this episode we delve into obstetric anaesthesia and the referral process to tertiary hospitals. For those training anaesthetists, I find the framework of considering the Patient, Patho…
 
Thank you so much to Dr Sarah for sharing her story, her passion and her advice about being a mother and getting through this exam! Please reach out to us if you need support or advice and we will do whatever we can to help Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaes…
 
There is very limited evidence about the relative effectiveness of emergency surgery vs. non-emergency surgery strategies for patients with common acute conditions. This lack of evidence means that there is likely to be considerable practice variation in the NHS in England. The ESORT study, which was published last night, aimed to compare the effec…
 
Great work Stan and all our live viewers! These MCQs were from the BMJ https://www.onexamination.com/products/frca-primary Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educati…
 
As you go through your career it is likely you will come across more and more contracts, whether they be for a public hospital appointment, a public in private arrangement or a private health insurance scheme. In this episode I discuss a general approach for considering contracts. Remember, I'm an anaesthetist and this is not legal advice. The full…
 
In this episode I chat with Dr Annette Webb a paediatric gastroenterologist and President of the Australian Society of Hypnosis (ASH) and Dr James Auld, a retired dentist who is an Executive member of ASH. We talk about how we can improve the pre-anaesthetic experience for paediatric patients. Is this only applicable to children? Of course not. The…
 
The Australian Society of Anaesthetists has been proudly supporting webAIRs since its inception. webAIRs is a web-based anaesthetic incident reporting system. Hopefully you manage to avoid incidents during your career but if you do have one, reporting them via webAIRS contributes to improving the safety of anaesthesia in Australia and New Zealand.…
 
Thanks Nick for taking your time to come on our podcast and youtube channel. Great questions as an interviewer and hope my ramblings were useful! Check out all of our online courses and zoom teaching sessions here! https://anaesthesia.thinkific.com/collections https://www.anaesthesiacollective.com/courses/ Please support me at my patreon https://ww…
 
A pleasure to have you on our podcast Frank! Please check out his resources at https://www.mak95.com/ The video of this interview is available on the ABCs of Anaesthesia youtube channel here: https://youtu.be/-XRAzaIUe9U He has truly changed the way we approach this exam when we are faced with such a mountain of work, limited time and all the chall…
 
Thanks Stuart for your fantastic analysis of blood pressure. Check out the youtube video for the whole discussion with slide presentation: https://youtu.be/-XRAzaIUe9U Check his resources at https://ketaminenightmares.com/ Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaest…
 
Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion I talk about some of the recent initiatives the Australian Society of Anaesthetists is undertaking to support diversity and inclusion. This is based on a talk I recently gave. Workplace Gender Equality Agency: https://www.wgea.gov.au/ To learn more about the involvement of women in the ASA, feel free to watch my …
 
This new guideline provides an update to the previously published consensus statement on SARS-CoV-2 infection, COVID-19 and timing of elective surgery to assist policymakers, administrative staff, clinicians and patients. It focuses on the omicron variant, which is now strongly dominant in many countries. However, the principles may also be of rele…
 
Thank you for joining us for our chat with Dr Mandy, all round great educator, humanitarian and anaesthetist in Melbourne and one of my role models. She talks about the impact of alternative meds on anaesthesia and perioperative care including: Ginseng, Ginko Ginger Guarana Echinacea Vallerian Kava St John's Wort Please support us on our Patreon ht…
 
Joining us today we have the authors of a new paper reporting the effect of a text message intervention on burnout in trainee anaesthetists. First we have Emily Larson who is a Senior Advisor at The Behavioural Insights Team. Emily has worked on reducing burnout and increasing wellbeing with physicians, educators and children. We also have Dr Alix …
 
There were more applications for higher specialty training posts in anaesthesia in the UK starting in August 2021 than in previous years, with approximately two-thirds being unsuccessful. This new national survey is all about recruitment to higher specialty training in anaesthesia in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic. Joining Dr C Hughes was Dr C…
 
Welcome to part 2 of our interview with Dr Emma Giles!. Thanks for generously giving up your time to share amazing advice for this exam. AND from an insider of our exam system! Dr Emma is a consultant anaesthetist heavily with a passion for education and has devoted over a decade to being a primary examiner for ANZCA. She contributes to a website P…
 
Thank you Dr Emma Giles for generously giving up your time to share amazing advice for this exam. AND from an insider of our exam system! Dr Emma is a consultant anaesthetist heavily with a passion for education and has devoted over a decade to being a primary examiner for ANZCA. She contributes to a website Primary LO of the day https://primarydai…
 
In this episode, we are talking about vasopressors and inotropes in Anaesthesia. The information and detail provided here are for residents and junior registrars starting in their first few months of Anaesthesia. There is a lot more detail to know for the Primary Exam, but this will give you a good starting point to perform at your best when starti…
 
The College is sharing a special podcast interview with Dr Fiona Donald, the new President of the RCoA, Dr Fiona Donald: The RCoA Presidency & Me, gives us an insight into what drives her, her ambitions for the College, what its new strategy will mean for us all. Fiona also shares advice she'd give her younger self as a way of encouraging those ent…
 
What better way to see in any new year than with a brand-new Anaesthesia Special Supplement! This year, it is all about the peri-operative and critical care management of the brain, which has been guest edited by Dr Jugdeep Dhesi and Professor Alana Flexman. Joining us also were journal Editors Professor Iain Moppett and Dr Matt Wiles. Topics inclu…
 
Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educational resource. The 6 functions are 1) Blood reservoir 2) Filtration 3) Heat regulation 4) Metabolic function and synthesis …
 
I chat with Dr Mandy Baric about her pivotal work in Mongolia and being Australia's only recipient of the Order of the Polar Star from Mongolia. The ASA supports a number of global health projects through our Overseas Development and Education Committee (ODEC). For more information: https://asa.org.au/overseas-development-and-education-committee-od…
 
Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educational resource. Drug Choice ⁃Describe toxicities that are specific to: ⁃1) Drug Class ⁃2) Individual Drug Drug Exposure Acro…
 
Please support us on our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/anaesthesia All proceeds will go to Fund a Fellow to help train anaesthetists in developing countries whilst acknowledging the work it takes to keep creating this educational resource. This podcast is all about NORMAL VALUES: PvCO2 45mmHg CO2 content 52ml CO2/100ml blood MEASUREMENT: sampled …
 
A recent coroner’s report in the UK concluded that a healthy patient died as a result of unrecognised oesophageal intubation. This did not seem to be the result of misinterpretation of a flat end-tidal carbon dioxide trace, but an apparent omission to check the capnograph after intubation and to perform clinical checks of tracheal tube position. Th…
 
Recorded 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 airlin…
 
Come and have a sneak peak with Dr Michael Cooper into the workings of AIC, the scientific journal produced by the Australian Society of Anaesthetists. ASA member access to the journal: https://asa.org.au/anaesthesia-and-intensive-care/ https://journals.sagepub.com/home/aic Congratulations to the Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 2020 prize winners: K…
 
Recorded 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.…
 
I speak to George Yi, a first year anaesthesia registrar who learnt the hard way how to get onto the anaesthesia training program. A recording of the ASA webinar with interview expert Lynn Hemmings on how to "ACE the Interview" can be found here: https://asa.org.au/pmetresources/ You do need to be an ASA member to access the video. Membership is fr…
 
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