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1. This is a five-year postgraduate structured training program in Anesthesiology thatconsists of two parts: the junior residency (the first three years of the program) and the senior residency (the last two years of the program).
2. The junior years are designed to provide training in Core Anesthesia practice together with rotations in selected specialized fields.
3. The senior residency years (R4 and R5), undertaken after passing the Part 1 exam, provide training in various sub-specialties in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care. This is arranged in collaboration with the regional training committee.
4. The resident is required to satisfactorily complete the allocated rotations for a given year and to pass the end-of-year evaluation exam beforeenrolling the following year.
5. The sequence of the rotations will be determined by the regional training committee.
6. After the successful completion of the five-year training program and after obtaining the Final Training Evaluation Report and passing the end-of-year promotion exam with the required passing mark, candidates will receive a Training Completion Certificate issued by the regional training committee. The candidates will then be eligible for the Final Certification Examination of Anesthesiology.
7. Candidates who successfully pass the Final Certification Examination will receive the Specialty Certification in Anesthesiology.
– Each rotation lasts 1–3 months.
– The exact duration and sequence of rotations shall be determined by the regional training committee.
– Every new resident (R1) must start by undertaking at least 6 months of training in General Core Anesthesia.
– The resident is required to undertake on-call duties every rotation including off service rotations.
– The resident is expected to perform (6-8) on-call duties per month.
– The annual leave follows the committee rules and regulations (30 days + 4 days holiday + one week as academic leave with approval of program coordinator) each year.
.rotation after any days leave 3 –
▪ General Core Anesthesia (18 months) Exposure to a sufficient number of cases in all of the following fields:
– Pre-Anesthesia Clinic/Acute Pain Service
– General Surgery
– Ear, Nose, Throat (ENT)
– Plastic Surgery
– Remote Anesthesia, monitored anesthesia care and office based anesthesia
▪ Trauma Anesthesia (3 months)
Allocation to hospitals with a high rate of trauma cases
▪ Obstetrics Anesthesia (6 months)Three months at junior level (R1–R3) and 3 months
at senior level (R4–R5).
▪ Intensive Care (6 months) as AICU, NICU AND PICU.
▪ Internal Medicine and Cardiology (3 months).
▪ Cardiac and thoracic anesthesia (6 months).
▪ Vascular anesthesia (3 months).
▪ Pediatric anesthesia (3 months).
▪ Neonatal anesthesia (3 months).
▪ Neuroanesthesia (3 months).
▪ Plastic and burns anesthesia (3 months).
▪ Regional anesthesia and pain medicine (3 months).