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The Bachelor of Science (BSc) programme in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

 

Since 2013 the College of Medicine offers a BSc programme in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care (BAI). The aim is to train specialized clinical officers (BSc) in anaesthesia and intensive care to such a level that they can provide high quality anaesthetic and intensive care services with a scientific background. In view of the country’s substantial lack of physician anaesthesiologists and its great dependency on provision of anaesthetic services by Anaesthetic Clinical Officers (ACOs), such services should ideally be available in all district, rural and mission hospitals throughout the country.

 

The programme has a duration of three years for clinical officers (two years for ACOs) and is tailored specifically for clinical officers and ACOs who would like to improve their knowledge and their skills as clinicians in anaesthesia and intensive care. Experience shows that specifically paediatric anaesthesia and intensive care are of special interest to BSc students. But also significant time spent in abdominal surgery, burns, eyes, ENT, trauma and obstetrics During their training the students will have practical exposure, (80%) to work in anaesthesia and intensive care at a central hospital level with many opportunities to practice new skills with availability of support by the Consultant Specialists and Lecturers of the Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care of the College of Medicine (Head of Department: Dr. Felix Namboya). Close cooperation with the clinical Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (Head of Department: Dr. Samson Mndolo), where clinical training takes place, also greatly benefits the students. 20% of the training comprises theoretical and skills training such as lectures, group and reading assignments, skills lab training, equipment exposure and a dissertation project in the shape of an audit or small scientific project. Projects are aimed at practically highly relevant quality improvement and have included topics like infection prevention and pilot studies on the implementation of surgical safety checklists.

 

The first group of six BSc in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care students have graduated in July 2015, another group of eleven students will finish in 2016, with the majority of them supported by tuition scholarships from GIZ.

BSc in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care YEAR 2015

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Left to Right: Louis Mwanza, Charles Unyolo, Bettie Salamu, Joseph Mphasa, Ralph Mphula, Polina Maganga

 

 


 

 

BSc in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care YEAR 2016

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Left to Right: Dziko Katunga, James Mwalilino, Rachel Mbweza, Bridget Malenga, Elizabeth Napolo, Chimwemwe Nsini, Elizabeth Mbeta, Flora Sabola, Gloria Mpachika, Elson Kumbwemba, Theodore Makosana

 

The Bachelor of Medicine/ Bachelor of Surgery programme (MBBS)

The Master of Medicine (MMed) programme in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care

Continuous Medical Education

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION-BIOETHICS (Project CHEER)

Background The College of Medicine (CoM) has received grant funding from the United States Government through its National Institutes of Health (NIH); Grant Ref: 1 R25 TW 011455 - 01 to support ca

POST-DOCTORAL POSITION-BIOETHICS (Project CHEER)

Background The College of Medicine (CoM) has received grant funding from the United States Government through its National Institutes of Health (NIH); Grant Ref: 1 R25 TW 011455 - 01 to support ca

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