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Multimedia resources: Lectures

This guide highlights videos, lectures and images related to anaesthesia and pain medicine.

This guide contains useful multimedia resources for anaesthesia and pain medicine specialists.

WFSA anaesthesia tutorial of the week (ATOTW)

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WFSA produces text-based weekly tutorials with optional quizzes on specialties such as:

  • Intensive care medicine
  • Obstetric, paediatric, cardiothoracic and regional anaesthesia
  • Pain
  • Cerebral challenge
  • Professional wellbeing
  • Patient safety

Pharmacology lectures

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AccessMedicine gives you instant access to lectures on pharmacology topics - for example:

  • Introduction to pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics
  • Routes of drug administration, absorbtion rate and first pass effect
  • Concentration vs. time graphs
  • Apparent volume of distribution
  • First order vs. zero order elimination
  • Dosage regimens

Anesthesia foundations

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AccessAnesthesiology Anesthesia Foundations covers important topics for the anaesthesia trainee.

The nine modules contain:

  • simulation videos
  • lectures on difficult topics for further learning
  • multiple-choice questions

Patient safety modules

 

Explore patient safety modules on:

  • communication in teams
  • system complexity
  • human factors
  • voice and power
  • effective communication strategies
  • epidemiology of error
  • handoffs
  • handwashing

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