The Northern School Of Anaesthesia & Intensive Care Medicine

The NSAICM trains for excellence in Anaesthesia, Intensive Care Medicine & Pain Management. Our Trainees are supported throughout their training across the region by an enthusiastic team including the School Executive Committee, College Tutors, Educational and Clinical Supervisors, as well as dedicated administrative staff. Trainees achieve not only their CCT, but also a mature and experienced approach to their careers and enjoy the diverse beauty of our region in the process

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    2017-03-01
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    Date: 1 March 2017

    Venue: Simulation Centre, Freeman Hospital

    Course Director: Dr Jeremy Hyams, Consultant Anaesthetist

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    The first Newcastle Intensive Care Ultrasound (NICUS) course will be held on 6th-7th March 2017, in the New Education Centre at the RVI, Newcastle upon Tyne (See attached Flyer)

    This course aims to develop diagnostic and emergency ultrasound skills to assist in management of the critically ill patient.

    Delegates can expect to learn the focused intensive care echo (FICE) curriculum as approved by the BSE & ICS on Day 1, and Core Ultrasound Intensive Care (CUSIC) skills as approved by the ICS and RCR (abdominal, vascular, lung and DVT scanning) on Day 2.

    These aspects will soon become mandatory curricula for intensive care trainees / physicians, but this course is not only for intensivists; It is relevant to the practice of emergency physicians, acute medics, anaesthetists and allied professionals (Critical care practitioners, Outreach nurses, Physios etc).

    Point of care ultrasound by non-cardiology, non-radiology clinicians is increasing nationally and worldwide at an extreme rate. If you look after sick patients on a regular basis, you may well benefit from learning echo & ultrasound techniques to assist with diagnostics or therapeutic interventions.

    For more details & to apply for a place on the course please see the website: www.nicus.org

    CPD points have been applied for.

    Get in touch if any queries: email info@nicus.org

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    2017-03-06
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    MEPA is a national course for Specialty Trainees in Anaesthesia, teaching management strategies for paediatric anaesthetic emergencies. MEPA is recognised by the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Association of Paediatric Anaesthetists.

    A one-day, small group simulation course, offering both practical and theoretical training using simulation. Provision is made for detailed scenario feedback and discussion in a supportive and constructive manner.

    This regional course is held throughout the year, at the Newcastle Hospitals Trust Simulation Centre based at the Freeman Hospital.

    Course dates – Monday 06 March 2017

    Course Directors:
    Dr C Campbell, Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist, Royal Victoria Infirmary

    Dr L Daniels, Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist, Royal Victoria Infirmary

    Dr N Ireland, Consultant Paediatric Anaesthetist, Royal Victoria Infirmary

    For further information please email: Barbara.Sladdin@nuth.nhs.uk

    MEPA Mission Statement
    MEPA aims to give all anaesthetic trainees in the UK the opportunity to develop management strategies for emergencies in paediatric anaesthesia using high fidelity simulation.

    Website: http://mepa.org.uk/MEPA/Home.html

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    2017-03-06-2017-03-07
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    The first Newcastle Intensive Care Ultrasound (NICUS) course will be held on 6th-7th March 2017, in the New Education Centre at the RVI, Newcastle upon Tyne (See attached Flyer)

    This course aims to develop diagnostic and emergency ultrasound skills to assist in management of the critically ill patient.

    Delegates can expect to learn the focused intensive care echo (FICE) curriculum as approved by the BSE & ICS on Day 1, and Core Ultrasound Intensive Care (CUSIC) skills as approved by the ICS and RCR (abdominal, vascular, lung and DVT scanning) on Day 2.

    These aspects will soon become mandatory curricula for intensive care trainees / physicians, but this course is not only for intensivists; It is relevant to the practice of emergency physicians, acute medics, anaesthetists and allied professionals (Critical care practitioners, Outreach nurses, Physios etc).

    Point of care ultrasound by non-cardiology, non-radiology clinicians is increasing nationally and worldwide at an extreme rate. If you look after sick patients on a regular basis, you may well benefit from learning echo & ultrasound techniques to assist with diagnostics or therapeutic interventions.

    For more details & to apply for a place on the course please see the website: www.nicus.org

    CPD points have been applied for.

    Get in touch if any queries: email info@nicus.org

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    2017-03-07
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    Date: 7 March 2017

    Venue: James Cook University Hospital

    Course Director: Dr Ian Hunter, Consultant in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care, JCUH.

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    2017-03-09
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    Introduction to Intermediate Training – Cardio

    Thursday 9 March 2017 – 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

    Venue:   James Cook University Hospital

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    Sunderland Royal Hospital, Kayll Road, Sunderland, United Kingdom

    Sunderland Royal Hospital, Kayll Road, Sunderland, United Kingdom

    Introduction to Intermediate Training – Pain

    Monday Tuesday 14 March 2017 – 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

    Venue:  Anaesthetic Department, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle upon Tyne

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    2017-03-14

    Annual Review Competence Progression

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    2017-03-15
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    Date: 15 March 2017

    Venue: Newcastle Civic Centre

    Further information to follow.

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    2017-03-20
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    Introduction to Intermediate Training – Paediatrics

    Date:  Monday 20 March 2017

    Time: 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

    Venue:  New Education Centre, Royal Victoria Infirmary.

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    2017-03-23
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    Date: 23 March 2017

    Venue: Simulation Centre, Freeman Hospital

    Course Director: Dr Jeremy Hyams, Consultant Anaesthetist

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    24 March 2016

    Anaesthetic Department, Royal Victoria Infirmary.

    You will have been notified if you are due your appraisal.

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    2017-03-27-2017-03-28
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    The next James Cook Regional Anaesthesia Course will be running on:

    Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th March 2017

    We are the biggest ultrasound course who delivers its ultrasound courses in the UK and overseas. We are recognised by The Royal College of Anaesthetists and by ESRA.

    Our mission is simple; to make you confident to perform safe ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia or use of ultrasound in various aspects of anaesthesia and A&E. We achieve this by providing a course that is mainly a “hand-on” course where each delegate performs enough scanning on each station infront of an experienced instructor and a website that contains our own tutorial videos and the best available on the web. Academic lecture are concise and to the point as our vision is that the knowledge can be gathered from the literature and the aim of the course is for candidates to actually scan. We acknowledge it is a long 2-day course for the JCRAC or one day for the JCUC but we aim to combine knowledge with fun and enjoyment. We have a big faculty base from around the world, are recognised by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, recognised for ESRA Diploma and are proud to be the only UK course that is repeatedly invited to deliver the course abroad. Our course in the UK is annually while we run the course abroad every other year. Information of upcoming courses and events will be announced on the website. You will also find plenty of educational videos and information of anatomy, various blocks and relevant information to regional anaesthesia as the M.Sc. in regional anaesthesia.

    http://www.jcrac.co.uk/

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    2017-03-27
    Freeman Hospital, Freeman Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

    Freeman Hospital, Freeman Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

    Monday 27th March 2017

    Institute of Transplant, Level 4

    Freeman Royal Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne

    Course aims:

    To allow delegates to learn, refresh or update skills in managing the difficult airway To provide practical hands-on experience in common difficult airway techniques

    To discuss real-life difficult cases and role of human factors in managing the difficult airway

    Content

    The programme will include lectures and a series of workshops covering:

    Oral and nasal fibreoptic intubation
    Paediatric airway
    Airway exchange catheters
    Simulated scenario
    Cricothyroidotomy
    Case based discussion
    Videoscopes
    Human factors
    Jet ventilation
    Human factors
    Fibreoptic scope trainer

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    The next James Cook Regional Anaesthesia Course will be running on:

    Monday 27th & Tuesday 28th March 2017

    We are the biggest ultrasound course who delivers its ultrasound courses in the UK and overseas. We are recognised by The Royal College of Anaesthetists and by ESRA.

    Our mission is simple; to make you confident to perform safe ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia or use of ultrasound in various aspects of anaesthesia and A&E. We achieve this by providing a course that is mainly a “hand-on” course where each delegate performs enough scanning on each station infront of an experienced instructor and a website that contains our own tutorial videos and the best available on the web. Academic lecture are concise and to the point as our vision is that the knowledge can be gathered from the literature and the aim of the course is for candidates to actually scan. We acknowledge it is a long 2-day course for the JCRAC or one day for the JCUC but we aim to combine knowledge with fun and enjoyment. We have a big faculty base from around the world, are recognised by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, recognised for ESRA Diploma and are proud to be the only UK course that is repeatedly invited to deliver the course abroad. Our course in the UK is annually while we run the course abroad every other year. Information of upcoming courses and events will be announced on the website. You will also find plenty of educational videos and information of anatomy, various blocks and relevant information to regional anaesthesia as the M.Sc. in regional anaesthesia.

    http://www.jcrac.co.uk/

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    2017-03-28
    Wynyard Hall, Wynyard, Billingham, United Kingdom

    Wynyard Hall, Wynyard, Billingham, United Kingdom

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    Date: 30 March 2017

    Venue: Simulation Centre, Freeman Hospital

    Course Director: Dr Jeremy Hyams, Consultant Anaesthetist

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    2017-03-31
    Royal Victoria Infirmary, Queen Victoria Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

    Royal Victoria Infirmary, Queen Victoria Road, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

    Introduction to Intermediate Training – Obstetric Anaesthesia

    Friday 31 March 2017 – 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

    Venue:  James Cook University Hospital

 

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Celebrating over 20 Years of Success

The Northern School Of Anaesthesia & Intensive Care Medicine is celebrating 20 years since its formation.  The School represented the first of its kind in the country and is looking forward to many more happy years!

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