Presentation on theme: "The Anaesthesia Module Melvyn Jenkins-Welch CAVULHB ACCS Lead."— Presentation transcript:
The Anaesthesia Module Melvyn Jenkins-Welch CAVULHB ACCS Lead
Know who your Ed Sup is and what coffee they like. Contact them early and often. Be proactive to make meetings quick and painless. Common Competencies. Things not to forget
6/12 - The first 3/12 are not on call - ENJOY! Learning Objectives/Outcomes ACCS paperwork
Familiarise yourself with the department/system/logistics. Basic reading and fundamental knowledge. Start thinking about what you are doing. Month 1
Month 2 Decide on a schedule to achieve the 17 competencies that make up the IAC. Start working through them. Maximise you learning opportunities If in doubt, ask.
Month 3 Complete any outstanding WPBA for the IAC. Get the IAC signed Start on the on call rota!
Months 3-6 Enjoy the on-call - its hard work but fun! (honest). If ACCS Anaesthesia - keep working through the WPBA for the basic training certificate - remember e-learning.
Look to maximise exposure to different anaesthetic techniques which may help with other specialities - femoral nerve blocks, CVC insertion etc. AUDIT! Ensure all the paperwork is tied up well before the ARCP!