The AMA Victoria EH Embley Memorial Medal in Anaesthesia is open to MD students at all levels and is awarded for the best case report in anaesthesia, perioperative or pain medicine.Applications open until October 6th
How well prepared are emergency clinicians to face ethical challenges in clinical practice?A survey to assess current knowledge and training needsEmergency clinicians are often faced with stressful situations where they are required to make critical decisions in resource-constrained and time-constrained settings. Many of these critical decisions relate to ethical or moral issues rather than strictly clinical concerns.
Researchers from the Centre for Integrated Critical Care are conducting Australia’s first national survey of medical professionals who treat venomous snake and spider bites
Survey of National Attitudes and Knowledge in Envenomation (SNAKE Study)We collected data from clinicians who had treated snake or spider bite in a clinical setting in the past three years.
The Centre for Integrated Critical Care together with three Melbourne groups from STEMM and HASS disciplines co-convened a half day symposium on interdisciplinary communication research and engagement for 21st century healthcare.
Congratulations to Professor George Braitberg, on being awarded the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine's Service Award, in recognition of his significant service to the College.
The ANZCA Melbourne Emerging Researcher Scholarship (AMERS) is designed to to support early-career researchers in Anaesthesia, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, enrolled in a Research Higher Degree at The University of Melbourne.
The British Government has accused Russia of stockpiling the Soviet-designed nerve agent Novichok to use in assassinations. Professor George Braitberg tells us how and why it’s so deadly.
The ANZCA Melbourne Emerging Anaesthesia Researcher Award has been established to foster multicentre research at University of Melbourne affiliated hospitals.
As recently as the 1980s there was limited training for Mongolian anaesthetists. Dr Amanda Baric and A/Professor David Pescod are driving a program to improve healthcare.
New research finds that seeing a physiotherapist before abdominal surgery can halve the rate of potentially deadly respiratory complications, with Ms Ianthe Boden and Professor Linda Denehy.
Anaesthesia has come a long way from its origins in dentistry in 1840s America, but just how it works remains a medical mystery. Professor David Story provides a brief history.