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Anaesthesia essentials: Other resources

This page contains general resources related to the topic of anaesthesia.

Retirement

This short video was created for the ANZCA ASM 2022 and shows interviews of retired anaesthetists, a pain physician and a psychiatrist sharing their personal stories and pearls of wisdom about transitioning to retirement.

With special thanks to Dr Richard Riley.

Duration: 15 mins approx.

Anesthesia toolbox

The Anesthesia Education Toolbox provides an online peer reviewed set of educational resources collaboratively developed and shared by anesthesia residency programs across the US and abroad. Comprised of a competency-based curriculum with milestone assessments for residents, fellows and post-residency graduates, the toolbox provides a mechanism for faculty to submit, peer-review, and share educational materials including e-learning modules, lectures materials, problem-based learning exercises, simulation scripts, video/image libraries, hands-on skills training, and competency assessment tools. 

For more information visit: https://sites.google.com/site/anesthesiatoolbox/overview

The Complexities of Emergency Laparotomy

A discussion between Prof Andrew Hill (Colorectal Surgeon) and Dr Nick Lightfoot (Anaesthestist) at Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand

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Artificial intelligence and the care of patients webinar (14 August 2020)

The ANZCA New Zealand National Committee recently hosted a webinar on Artificial Intelligence and the care of patients.

The webinar was hosted by the NZNC and featured Dr Vincent McCauley of Telstra Health, Dr Maui Hudson University of Waikato and Dr Lara Hopley Waitemata DHB.

A recording of the webinar held on the Tuesday 11 August 2020, is now available via Networks. The recording runs for 60 minutes.


PowerPoint presentations and a recommended reading list can be found below:

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