The Central London School is one of the largest training schemes for anaesthetists in the UK.


The School consists of two Teaching hospitals in North-West London and a number of specialist and general hospitals in and around the Greater London area. Together we provide training for over 250 anaesthetists.

 

Whats new on the School Website

NEW New - London FFICM Course for the OSCE/Viva, Sunday 2nd October, Chelsea and Westminster HospitalMeetings
PLAN summer newsletterMeetings
ALPINE (Adoption of Lung Protective ventilation IN Emergency laparotomy)Meetings
Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital One Lung Simulation CourseThe Coffee Room
ATTENTION!!!! - Core Level Training Certificate News
Warm Welcome to all our CT Trainees News
REMINDER - The Novice Course in Anaesthesia 2016 News
New LTFT repsThe Coffee Room
Pain Management Meetings 2016/2017Meetings
EAST Airway Skills CourseMeetings
The Novice Course in Anaesthesia 2016 News
ARCP Consultant Survey News
FFICM OSCE/SOE course Sunday 2nd OctoberThe Coffee Room
NC School LTFT Trainee representative - position openThe Coffee Room
BMJ Careers Fair - volunteers needed to host anaesthetics standThe Coffee Room
Perioperative Medicine implementation - Anaesthetics 2010 Curriculum News
New School Administrator News
Congratulations to David Hall for winning the North Thames Perioperative Quality Improvemnt PrizeMeetings
website designer requiredThe Coffee Room
EBPOM trainee session - Thursday 7th julyMeetings
Training in and familiarity with paediatric TIVAThe Coffee Room
The RNTNE Front of Neck Access course 9th December 2016The Coffee Room
UCL MSc in Perioperative MedicineThe Coffee Room
East of England RepatriationThe Coffee Room
Call for articles!The Coffee Room
CEACCP collections News
Rotation placement emails to trainees for August 2016 News
Royal Society of Medicine Darzi FellowFellowships and Locums
Post FRCA training Day - Friday 24th June - High Risk Patients and AnaesthetistsMeetings
Professional Behaviour News
Pre-hospital Trauma - Free conferenceMeetings
Thinking about or already working LTFT?The Coffee Room
RCoA Opportunity Trainee Liaison for the Final FRCA Course News
Post FRCA Study Day - 22nd AprilMeetings
Summer ARCP News
The GAS Issue 13 News
Darzi Leadership Posts The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust x 2 Sept/October 2016The Coffee Room
Royal Free Trainees: Open Meeting with management Re Contract imposition Thursday April 14th at 1pmThe Coffee Room
Post FRCA Study Day 20th May 2016 - PainMeetings
Secondments News
 
 

Teaching sessions within the School

Whittington Education Cen Tue August 30 2016 9.00am Core Teaching Physics Dr Megan Smith (Royal Free) 9:00 – 12:00
null Fri September 23 2016 8.45am Post FRCA - TBC
University College London Tue September 27 2016 9.00am Pharmacokinetics Dr Lesley Bromley (UCL)
null Fri October 21 2016 8.45am Post FRCA - TBC
null Fri November 25 2016 8.45am Post FRCA - TBC
 
 
Our subspecialty training includes ITU, Obstetrics, Cardiothoracic, Plastics, Paediatrics, Neuroanaesthesia, Liver and Transplant Surgery.
 
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