Anaesthesia 2018 podcast | How should we teach perioperative medicine?
How do we develop an agreed curriculum that speaks to what perioperative medicine should be? Once that’s in place, how should it be overseen? What sort of official endorsements would it need?
Running in parallel to this are the MOOCs – Massive Online Open Courses – that are being developed.
Developing a broad knowledge of the process is distinct from being a perioperative specialist, how do we develop that even further – without developing a schism? These complicated topics are discussed alongside more detail regarding the future of teaching this speciality.
Presented by Monty Mythen and Mike Grocott with their guests; Joel Symmons, Staff Consultant Anaesthetist in the Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at the Alfred Hospital, Perioperative Medicine Short Course Convenor, and a Senior Lecturer in Anaesthesia at Monash University, and Paul Myles, Head of Alfred Health’s and Monash University’s Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine.
Recorded by TopMed Talks
Professor Monty Mythen is the Smiths Medical Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care at University College London and Adjunct Professor, Department of Anaesthesiology, Duke University, US. Monty is also the founding Director of Evidence-Based Perioperative Medicine International.
Professor Mike Grocott is the Professor of Anaesthesia and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Southampton and a consultant in critical care medicine at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust. He is an elected council member of the RCoA, chair of the Education Training and Examination Board and is currently leading the development of a national Centre for Perioperative Care. Mike is an NIHR senior investigator and NIHR clinical research network national specialty group lead for anaesthesia, perioperative medicine and pain. He chairs the board of the National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia (2018-2021) and was previously founding director of the NIAA Health Services Research Centre (2011–2016) and chair of the National Emergency Laparotomy Audit (2012–2017).
Paul Myles is Professor and Director of the Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, and at Monash University, Australia. He is an Australian National Health and Medical Research Council Practitioner Fellow, an Editor of BJA, and Editorial Consultant to The Lancet. Paul has been awarded more than 25 NHMRC grants, totalling more than $30 million. The main focus of his research has been on patient quality of recovery and large multicentre trials in anaesthesia.