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Four key concepts regarding training in Anaesthesia | Dingle 2022

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Release Date: 12/19/2022

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This is part three of a three part piece. Although it works as a stand alone podcast we suggest you find time to loop back on episodes one ( here: ) and two ( here:  ) if you've not yet had time. The topic up for discussion is; “Does increased volume improve cancer outcomes?”. On the panel: Shaman Jhanj, Head of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Research at the Royal Marsden Hospital, Blanche Symons, patient representative, an ex patient of University Collage London Hospital, Daniel Martin, Consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, working on the intensive care unit at...

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This is part two of a three part piece. Part one ( here:  ) presents a short introduction to the subject of “volume and cancer outcomes”. It's presented by Shaman Jhanj, Head of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Research at the Royal Marsden Hospital. In this part we are joined by the rest of the panel; Blanche Symons, patient representative, ex patient of University Collage London Hospital, Daniel Martin, Consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine, Derriford Hospital. The discussion, which includes audience questions, is co-chaired by Denny Levett, Professor in Perioperative...

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This piece is a short introduction to the subject of “volume and cancer outcomes” which is presented by Shaman Jhanj, Head of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Research at the Royal Marsden Hospital. The fascinating debate and panel discussion which followed will be released soon here on TopMedTalk but supporters of Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) may recognise this piece as one of the big moments of the world congress. As mentioned in the piece, it was jointly chaired with The Onco Anesthesia Collaboration. If you’d like more information about EBPOM or to attend one of our...

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Part three continues our investigation into perioperative anemia, following on from our exclusive reaction and analysis to the Centre For Perioperative Care (CPOC) publication “Guideline for the Management of Anaemia in the Perioperative Pathway” from Scarlett McNally, Deputy Director for CPOC and honoree, Clinical Professor at Brighton and Sussex medical school and consultant orthopedic surgeon in East Sussex this piece covers the first part of the panel discussion which followed. PART 1  PART 2   Taken from the EBPOM London session on the subject of perioperative anemia,...

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The Center for Perioperative Care (CPOC) is ‘a cross-specialty collaboration dedicated to the promotion, advancement and development of perioperative care for the benefit of patients at all stages of their surgical journey’. Following on from our exclusive reaction and analysis to the CPOC publication “Guideline for the Management of Anaemia in the Perioperative Pathway” from Scarlett McNally, Deputy Director for CPOC and honoree, Clinical Professor at Brighton and Sussex medical school and consultant orthopedic surgeon in East Sussex ( ) this piece covers the first part of the panel...

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The Center for Perioperative Care (CPOC) is ‘a cross-specialty collaboration dedicated to the promotion, advancement and development of perioperative care for the benefit of patients at all stages of their surgical journey’. Here we have exclusive reaction and analysis to their publication “Guideline for the Management of Anaemia in the Perioperative Pathway” from Scarlett McNally, Deputy Director for CPOC and honoree, Clinical Professor at Brighton and Sussex medical school and consultant orthopedic surgeon in East Sussex. This is the first piece of an EBPOM London session on the...

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A stand out moment from Dingle’s Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) conference; the inaugural Tom Crean Plenary Lecture, presented by Mike Grocott, Professor of Anaesthesia and critical care at the University of Southampton. To find out more about EBPOM’s fantastic line up of future events go now to Mike Grocott is a popular contributor to TopMedTalk, if you enjoyed this why not check out some of his previous appearances: Prehabilitation with Mike Grocott - Efficient Trial Design; ‘evidence’ in the era of ‘Big Data’ - Prehabilitation, the word of the year -

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The Royal Collage of Anesthetists (RCoA) are re-evaluating in the face of a global crisis; where do you stand in the forthcoming debate? This piece, chaired by Monty Mythen and Mike Grocott, originally closed EBPOM Dingle. It’s a much needed full and frank discussion regarding the realities of non-physician anaesthesia providers; could they be a realistic solution to the global staffing crisis we have heard about in recent years? It’s a perfect storm which combines ‘mass retirement’, COVID-19 measures and the related delay in elective surgery. When the RCoA grapple publicly with a...

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“I personally think this is a worse pandemic than the one we’ve just had and it’s impact - if we don’t do something about it - is going to be even more far reaching than COVID has been; this is about the global inactivity pandemic” This talk is a timely reminder of the importance of the value of exercise. It is presented by Denny Levett, Professor in Perioperative Medicine and Critical Care at the University of Southampton and a Consultant in Perioperative Medicine at Southampton University Hospital NHS Foundation trust (UHS). The Morpheus Plenary Lecture was originally part of...

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Celebrating 5 years of TopMedTalk at 'Anesthesiology'; the Annual General Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA). Please share this interview to you social media channels to help us reach a wider audience. TopMedTalk is presented by Desiree Chappell, Monty Mythen and Sol Aronson with their guest; Michael Champeau, President-Elect of The American Society of Anesthesiologists. It covers ‘the vision for the year ahead’ as the ASA's incoming president explains how the organisation intends to deal with the implementation of the ‘No Surprises Act’. We took a look into our...

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Originally entitled “The Future of Training” this talk evaluates four key concepts in anaesthesia training. It was originally presented as part of the hugely successful Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine (EBPOM) Dingle conference. If you would like to know more about when and where their next conference is please go now to the EBPOM website: www.ebpom.org

Presented by George Shorten, Professor of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine and Foundation Director of the ASSERT Centre at University College Cork, Ireland