Discover the vast array of biological and pharmaceutical information that is needed to keep patients safe and protected from trauma with this professional Anaesthetist Training course. Perhaps one of the most significant and lifesaving advancements in medical technique was the introduction of anaesthesia in clinical practice. This created a new level of pain management that had hitherto been non-existent, and it has since saved countless lives. If you are aspiring to work in medical or clinical surgeries and intend to work as an anaesthetist, then you can take a significant step towards that role with this comprehensive training in that area.
This Anaesthetist Training is perfect for those individuals who want to specialise in the area of pain management, gaining awareness of equipment use, and the concepts that make it such a crucial part of the healing and recuperation process. Over 14 information-packed modules, you will be shown how to measure pain levels, the uses of anaesthesia on selected parts of the body, the effects certain drugs have on mental and physical health, how to maintain the functions of organs, and much more. This is the complete learning package for anyone who is fascinated with this area of medicine and wants to take the first steps towards becoming a professional in this field. Alongside the presentation of the fundamental physiological and chemical aspects of anaesthesia, you will also be given guidance on what further training is needed and the career opportunities that exist in the UK and overseas.
Enrol in this course now and become a sought after medical specialist with a bright future and career ahead of you.
By completing the Anaesthetist Training course, you will gain valuable skills and knowledge regarding the application of anaesthesia and pain management techniques in a clinical environment. This will be highly beneficial for those who are seeking roles or positions in this area of the medical sector.
This course was created to provide a valuable introduction to methods of pain management and the application of anaesthesia in medical practice. As such, it offers an excellent starting point to start training as a professional anaesthetist and become aware of the available opportunities in this area. Full-time and part-time learners are equally supported, and it can take just 20 to 30 hours to gain accreditation, with study periods entirely customisable to your needs.
Assessments (either in the form of multiple-choice questions or assignment questions) relating to anaesthesia and pain management will be given to all students and must be completed to pass the course successfully.
|Module 01: An Introduction to Clinical Anaesthesia|
|An Introduction to Clinical Anaesthesia||00:25:00|
|Module 02: Pain Management|
|Module 03: Essential Equipment|
|Module 04: Regional Anaesthesia|
|Module 05: Consolidating Basic Clinical Practice|
|Consolidating Basic Clinical Practice||00:15:00|
|Module 06: Pharmacology for Anaesthesia|
|Pharmacology for Anaesthesia||00:50:00|
|Module 07: Neuroanaesthesia|
|Module 08: Cardiac Anaesthesia|
|Module 09: Thoracic Anaesthesia|
|Module 10: Obstetrics Anaesthesia|
|Module 11: Vascular Anaesthesia|
|Module 12: Ophthalmic Anaesthesia|
|Module 13: Paediatric and Geriatric Anaesthesia|
|Paediatric and Geriatric Anaesthesia||01:15:00|
|Module 14: Career of an Overseas Anaesthetist|
|Career of an Overseas Anaesthetist||00:10:00|
|Assignment – Anaesthetist Training||00:00:00|