The School of Anaesthesia is responsible for the delivery of training in Anaesthesia in West, South, North/East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
Yorkshire and the Humber is a large region with a population of approximately 5 million and incorporates 21 major hospitals. There are three locality programmes within the School, based around the Tertiary Centres namely East (Hull), West (Leeds) and South (Sheffield). Each programme provides training in all areas of the curriculum, has well organised teaching and enviable exam pass rates.
Recruitment to Core Training (CT) and Specialist Training (ST) is a national process, information about which can be found on the Specialty Recruitment site. Timescales, vacancies, person specifications and 'how to apply' can all be found here. More information about recruitment arrangements can be found by contacting the Training Programme Directors from each region.
please click the link above for the ICM web pages
NEW Faculty Development Pages NOW COMPLETE
For Educational Supervisors there are a set of Faculty Pages with useful information and links created by Dr Caz Farrow in Bradford. Please click HERE to access them, or go to the drop down "Anaesthesia" arrow at the top.
Primary FRCA Prep Course for June sitting
to book please click the flyer below
to support the above prep course. If you can spare some time to help out please click the flyer below or scan the embedded QR code
An Introduction to Perioperative Medicine
14 May 2021
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new starter resources accessible HERE
Whilst the future effects of the recent Pandemic are still unknown, the School of Anaesthesia would like to say a big THANK YOU to all the trainees and trainers for their spectacular hard work so far, both clinically and in their dedication to their training and future careers. The busy summer ARCP season is over and the level of attainment and progression has been amazing by all trainees despite the changes to working conditions, working environment and the significant stresses of dealing with the outbreak. Thank you for being truly professional and it is an honour to work alongside you all.
If the current situation changes we are conscious of the potential for further “information overload” and for any posted information to become rapidly out of date again. Therefore, we will continue to provide some general advice for all, and links to National resources for more specific guidance, rather than duplicate information on this site.
HEE has provided a hub for information relating to impacts of COVID on training HERE, which includes links to GMC and Academy of Royal Colleges information also.
FICM/RCoA have also created a clinical resource hub HERE. Guidelines on intubation and ICU care currently published or in development.
Please ensure that you undergo fit testing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training at your local hospital. Most departments are providing simulation sessions for this vital preparation. Please contact your local department.
Trainees who are pregnant or who have any long term health issues that put them at additional risk are advised to discuss this with their Educational Supervisor and/or College Tutor so that appropriate action can be taken.
Please look after yourselves and each other. This is a situation that none of us has faced before and it will affect each of us differently. There will already be communication groups and information sharing going on in your department. The ICS has provided a wellbeing page with resources available HERE
If you have specific training concerns then please contact your College Tutor, TPD or your Heads of School through the contacts page on this website HERE.
If you are interested in working at the Harrogate Nightingale Hospital then please read the letter sent to the TPDs and College Tutors by the Heads of School HERE
Using this site
The main sub-sections of information are available through the five boxes above, or through the clickable Anaesthesia Menu at the top of the page.
The video below offers a brief guide to navigating the site.
The most commonly accessed content is in the Document Library and QUICKLINKS
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