The fellowships below are not endorsed by NACCSGBI. We have included them as a service for members who might be looking for additional experience in the field of neuroanaesthesia and neuro critical care.
Cambridge University Health Partners, the Academic Health Sciences Centre, and The Institute for Continuing Education at the University of Cambridge are pleased to offer the University of Cambridge Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Medicine. This PGCert is designed to enhance the non clinical skills of healthcare professionals and broaden their understanding of healthcare education, research, and leadership.
Further details about this novel, exciting course can be found at: http://www.ice.cam.ac.uk/course/postgraduate-certificate-clinical-medicine
We are now pleased to offer fellowships in neurocritical care combined with the PGCert commencing August 2017 or August 2018 for a period of 1 year. The Neurosciences Critical Care Unit (NCCU) at Addenbrooke’s Hospital is a mixed level 2/3 critical care unit which currently comprises 23 beds and is dedicated to the management of patients with acute brain injury and major trauma. The NCCU has an international reputation for the development and translation of research into clinical practice and works with a wide variety of national and international collaborators, particularly in the area of traumatic brain injury and neuroimaging, and is co-located with the Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre.
NCCU serves three main clinical functions:
The unit is recognised by the Faculty of intensive Care Medicine (UK) for all levels of ICM training. Clinical Fellows work alongside speciality and academic trainees and come from a wide range of backgrounds, including anaesthesia, intensive care, neurosurgery, neurology, and emergency medicine. The posts provide outstanding experience and learning opportunities in specialist neurocritical care and trauma care, as well as a good grounding in the more generic aspects of critical care.
We are also delighted to receive applications for 6, 12, or 24 month fellowships in neurocritical care, independent of the PGCert, which can begin at a variety of points throughout the year.
We offer a comprehensive neurocritical care fellowship for a minimum of 3 months full time. This is aimed at any of the following:
The curriculum is mapped to match the syllabus for special skills training for the CCT in Intensive Care Medicine, with additional opportunities to gain experience in neuroanaesthesia available.
Plymouth is the major trauma center for the south west and also the south west neurosciences center. This affords the opportunity to gain experience in the whole care package for patients with traumatic brain injury, subarachnoid haemorrhage, complex spinal surgery and space occupying lesions.
There is opportunity to gain experience with prehospital care, neuroradiology, interventional radiology, neuropsychology, post hospital rehabilitation, awake craniectomy surgery and major skull base surgery.
Senior trainees/Fellows are encouraged to engage in managerial activities including multidisciplinary team morbidity and mortality review, quality improvement projects, audit, and education including simulation based training.
The neurocritical care unit has a high admission rate and a consistently excellent SMR in relation to other UK ICUs.
For further information please contact Dr Jessie Welbourne ([email protected])
We offer a fellowship programme including posts from six months to a year covering all aspects of Neuroanaesthesia and pre-operative assessment. At Queen Square we offer all specialities within neurosurgery including skull base, neuro oncology, epilepsy surgery, surgery for movement disorder surgery, complex spine and interventional radiology. There are also opportunities to undertake a three month block of dedicated neurocritical care and also to work in both the neuromedical critical care unit and the Neuromuscular Centre, dedicated to the management of neuromuscular disease. The training is tailored to the RCOA 2010 CCT Advanced Training in Neuroanaesthesia, as well as incorporating aspects of the SNACC fellowship guidelines. We also offer the opportunity to develop skills in peri-operative medicine and for those who are interested additional time may be spent with either the neurophysiology or neuroradiology teams. In addition to clinical attachments we are able to offer the opportunity to continue to develop skills and knowledge in medical education, quality improvement and management.
If you are interested in our fellowship programme, please contact Dr Sally Wilson via email [email protected] or telephone 020 348 4711
We offer dedicated Clinical Fellowship posts in Neurocritical Care. The Hospital has two Intensive Care Units and a High Dependency Unit providing one of the largest dedicated neurological critical care facilities in the UK. These posts involve the management of those intensive care patients with primary neurosurgical conditions, and are for 6 -12 months duration, depending on satisfactory progress and individual objectives. There will be opportunities for audit and clinical research, and for some time to be allocated to neuroanaesthesia as appropriate. These posts are recognised for training in the Intensive Care Medicine CCT program, and are suitable for trainees from a medical or anaesthetic background.
Due to a high level of interest in these posts we welcome expressions of interest throughout the year.
For further information please contact Dr Javid Khan via email [email protected] or telephone 020 3448 4711.
The UTSW Neuroanesthesia Fellowship is a 12-month program designed to train anesthesiologists in the subspecialty of neurosurgical anesthesiology. The curriculum includes training in operative neurosurgical anesthesiology, neurocritical care, intraoperative neuromonitoring, neurology/stroke medicine, vascular neurosonology, & neuroradiology. The goal of the fellowship is to create academically viable neuroanesthesiologists to care for a complex and growing population of neurosurgical patients.
A 24-month program combining Neuroanesthesiology & Neurocritical Care Training is available for those applicants interested in becoming Certified Neurointensivists through a UCNS-Accredited Neurocritical Care Program (http://www.utsouthwestern.edu/education/medical-school/departments/neurology/education-and-training/fellowship-programs/neurocritical-care.html).
For further information, please contact Dr. McDonagh UT Southwestern Medical Center Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management 5323 Harry Hines Blvd Dallas, TX 75390-9068 Phone: 214.648.7837 Fax: 214.648.7660
Fellowship Coordinator Email: [email protected]
We offer a twelve month Neuro Anaesthesia Fellowship at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham (QEHB). This post is in association with the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham, and Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
This is an excellent opportunity for post CCT/post FRCA trainees to attain advanced skills in neuro-anaesthesia at 3 different centres within the same city.
This fellowship offers a senior trainee unrivalled exposure to neuro anaesthesia, along the entire patient pathway from initial surgical decision making, and pre-operative assessment, to the conclusion of definitive care and neuro critical care. It would incorporate nine months of neuroanaesthesia and two months of neuro critical care, including neuromedical critical care. The training is structured according to the RCOA 2010 CCT Advanced Training in Neuroanaesthesia.
We have a daily-dedicated neurosurgical emergency theatre, 2 cranial theatres and 2 spinal theatres. We also have a dedicated interventional neuroradiology suite with daily sessions and a well established, consultant delivered neuroanaesthesia pre-op clinic. The critical care unit at QEHB is divided into neurosurgical, trauma and burn, medical and cardiac areas together forming the largest single unit in the country.
Please contact Dr Naginder Singh for further information: [email protected]