From RCoA & RCEM
A two day simulator-based course designed to teach the foundations of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to safely manage the airway in an emergency situation outside the operating theatre.
Who can attend
Aimed at doctors at least 3-4 years after qualification, up to those with significance experience looking to consolidate practice. Particular relevance for doctors with careers in anaesthesia, critical care, emergency medicine or acute medicine.
At least six months experience in anaesthesia and three months experience in intensive care.
– Difficult and Failed
– Paediatric workshops
– Post intubation
– Small group work and case scenarios using high fidelity patient simulators
Upcoming dates of courses
Wrexham | 23-24 April 2020
Bath | 4-5 June 2020
Solihull | 2020 TBC
London | 21-22 September 2020
Salford | 15-16 October 2020
Edinburgh | 5-6 November 2020
Meet the Team
The experts who will be teaching you
Take a look at the faculty with an extensive and broad range of experience that will be teaching you on the TEAM course
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