Military Anaesthesia in contingencies: what skill sets are required and how will we prepare our trainees?

Abstract

The Defence Medical Services are now in an established period of contingency operations. In 2008, the Royal College of Anaesthetists approved a Military Anaesthesia Higher Training Module which could be easily achieved by deploying to the field hospital in Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, for two months under the supervision of a consultant anaesthetist. This… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/jramc-2016-000722

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@article{Mercer2017MilitaryAI, title={Military Anaesthesia in contingencies: what skill sets are required and how will we prepare our trainees?}, author={Simon J Mercer and Carole L. Jones and Jeff Round and D. Parkhouse}, journal={Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps}, year={2017}, volume={163 4}, pages={226-232} }