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Congratulations to the following trainees

Congratulations to the following trainees

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Dr Muriel Bellizzi for obtaining the European Diploma of Pain Medicine Dr Carl Tua and Dr Audrey Miceli Demajo for obtaining the European Diploma in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care examination (DESA) Dr Joseph Paul Vella and Dr Verena Kohl for obtaining the European Diploma in Intensive Care Medicine (EDIC) Dr Steve Bugeja and Dr Ben Thornton for obtaining the Part I of the European Diploma in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care examination

My Experience in Kent by Dr Christabel Mizzi

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I am one of the Higher Specialist Trainees in Anaesthesia and in 2019 I have decided to pursue a year of anaesthetic training at a District General Hospital in Ashford, Kent, United Kingdom. It has been a wonderful year during which I have gained not only valuable anaesthetic training in various subspecialties but also it has given me the chance to interact and work with professionals from different cultures. Living in what is known as the ‘Garden of England’ was also excellent in itself as I took this opportunity to visit some of the amazing jewels of England’s South Coast. I encourage trainees to embark on such work experience.
ESA TEP Experience

ESA TEP Experience

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ESA TEP Experience – Glenn Paul Abela – Malta Ospedale Policlinico San Martino – Genova, Italy As part of my training abroad I applied to participate in the ESA Trainee Exchange Programme, a programme which organizes attachments in European centres of excellence for a period of up to three months. Moreover, this is fully-funded by the European Society of Anaesthesiology, and I was sure not having to deal with the taxman in a new country would make the transition much easier. I was selected to attend at the Ospedale Policlinico San Martino in Genova, Italy, and my host was Professor Paolo Pelosi. I attended a familiarization visit before the stay itself. Prof. Pelosi welcomed me and showed me around both the university department and the intensive care unit and I was immediat...