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Returning to Work in Anaesthesia

Returning to Work in Anaesthesia
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Emma Plunkett, Emily Johnson, Anna Pierson, Carolyn Evans, Kathryn Bell, Nancy Redfern, Stephen Phillips, Fran Haigh, Jill Horn, Nick Cowley, Kerry Cullis, Anna Dennis, Hoze Ebrahim, Ruth Francis, Maria Garside, Sarah Gibb, Surrah Leifer, Randeep Mullhi, James Nickells, Anna Nutbeam, Jane Pilsbury, Louise Savic, Charlotte Small, Alifia Tameem, Caroline Thomas, Benjamin Walton, Katy Miller, Anna Costello, Laura Tulloch, Laura Fulton
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  • Date Published: January 2017
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107514690

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  • With the increasing frequency of breaks from practice, the importance of proper preparation and guidance for doctors returning to work has recently been recognised by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges and the Royal College of Anaesthetists. This is the first dedicated resource to support anaesthetists returning to work after a significant break of any kind, and is designed to complement the growing range of regional and national return to work courses by gathering relevant information and advice into one easily accessible reference source. Divided into three parts, specific to different stages in the return to work process, this book offers information and advice about the practicalities of returning to work, 120 different clinical scenarios to refresh the reader's knowledge, and a collection of useful guidelines and checklists for the first days and weeks back, forming a vital practical resource for anaesthetists in this situation and those supporting them.

    • This is the first reference source to gather all relevant and useful information for returning to anaesthesia after a break into one single, easily accessible format, making it useful for doctors at any point in the process
    • The book is divided into three distinct parts, each with a specific purpose, making it simple and convenient for readers to find the information they need quickly
    • The knowledge refreshing section includes 120 different clinical scenarios, covering common dilemmas and serious emergencies in a variety of question styles to engage readers and allow them to assess their own knowledge and progress
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    • Date Published: January 2017
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107514690
    • length: 361 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 156 x 17 mm
    • weight: 0.61kg
    • contains: 68 b/w illus. 60 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Emma Plunkett, Emily Johnson and Anna Pierson
    Part I. The Practicalities of Returning to Work:
    1. A break from practice: the current state of play Carolyn Evans
    2. Return to work guidance Emma Plunkett
    3. Returning to work experiences Emily Johnson
    4. Preparing to return to work: RTW programmes Anna Pierson
    Good medical practice and revalidation Emma Plunkett
    Statutory and mandatory training Emma Plunkett
    Returning from sick leave Emma Plunkett
    Keeping in touch (KIT) days Emma Plunkett
    Changing to less than full time (LTFT) working Anna Pierson
    Continuing professional development Anna Pierson
    5. Improving your return to work: should I find a mentor? Kathryn Bell and Nancy Redfern
    Using technology to your advantage Stephen Phillips and Fran Haigh
    Communication and team working Emily Johnson
    Limitations and sources of help Emma Plunkett
    Avoiding adverse outcomes and what to do if one occurs Emily Johnson
    Fatigue and burnout Emma Plunkett
    6. Supporting a colleague's return to work: supporting a trainee: working with educational supervisors and college tutors Jill Horn
    Supporting a consultant's return to work Emma Plunkett
    Part II. Refreshing Your Knowledge Nick Cowley, Kerry Cullis, Anna Dennis, Hoze Ebrahim, Ruth Francis, Maria Garside, Sarah Gibb, Emily Johnson, Surrah Leifer, Randeep Mullhi, James Nickells, Anna Nutbeam, Anna Pierson, Jane Pilsbury, Emma Plunkett, Louise Savic, Charlotte Small, Alifia Tameem, Caroline Thomas and Benjamin Walton:
    7. Scientific principles
    8. Emergency management and resuscitation
    9. Airway management
    10. General principles
    11. Obstetrics
    12. Intensive care medicine
    13. Paediatrics
    14. Pain medicine
    15. Regional anaesthesia
    16. Neuroanaesthesia
    17. General, urological and gynaecological surgery
    18. Day surgery
    19. Trauma and orthopaedics
    20. Subspecialty anaesthesia
    21. Patient safety
    22. Ethical and legal issues
    Part III. Guidelines, Updates and Checklists:
    23. Pre-operative assessment and anaesthetic planning Katy Miller, Anna Costello and Emma Plunkett
    24. Consent and documentation Anna Costello
    25. AAGBI guidelines Maria Garside
    26. WHO Surgical Safety Checklist Emma Plunkett
    27. Drug doses Anna Pierson and Emma Plunkett
    28. Paediatric physiology and equipment Emma Plunkett
    29. Practical procedures Laura Tulloch, Laura Fulton and Emily Johnson
    30. Resuscitation algorithms Emily Johnson and Anna Pierson
    31. Intensive care guidelines Laura Tulloch and Emily Johnson
    32. Analgesic ladders Alifia Tameem
    33. Difficult Airway Society (DAS) guidelines Emily Johnson and Emma Plunkett
    34. National Audit Project (NAP) Summaries Fran Haigh and Anna Pierson
    35. National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Guidance Laura Fulton.

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    Emma Plunkett, West Midlands Deanery, Birmingham
    Emma Plunkett is a Specialist Registrar at the Birmingham School of Anaesthesia.

    Emily Johnson, West Midlands Deanery, Birmingham
    Emily Johnson is a Consultant Anaesthetist at Worcester Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.

    Anna Pierson, Birmingham School of Anaesthesia
    Anna Pierson is a Specialty Registrar at the Birmingham School of Anaesthesia.

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    Emma Plunkett, Emily Johnson, Anna Pierson, Carolyn Evans, Kathryn Bell, Nancy Redfern, Stephen Phillips, Fran Haigh, Jill Horn, Nick Cowley, Kerry Cullis, Anna Dennis, Hoze Ebrahim, Ruth Francis, Maria Garside, Sarah Gibb, Surrah Leifer, Randeep Mullhi, James Nickells, Anna Nutbeam, Jane Pilsbury, Louise Savic, Charlotte Small, Alifia Tameem, Caroline Thomas, Benjamin Walton, Katy Miller, Anna Costello, Laura Tulloch, Laura Fulton

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