Undergraduate Education

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine have much to offer and can play a unique and valuable role in medial student education. 

This important framework, started initially by the Royal College of Anaesthetists, developed into a wider project benefiting from the inclusion of intensive care and pain medicine, the framework also shows how an education in these areas fulfils many of the requirements of the GMC publication, Outcomes for Graduates.

Please see below for Dr Taylor-Jones' inspiring talk at the Faculty's Training Leadership Annual Meeting 2022, where she discusses the importance of inspiring medical students in anaesthesia and intensive care medicine and how the same skills can be used to motivate our specialty trainees. They all respond to role modelling, story telling and a positive growth mindset ... 'be more Klopp!' It's well worth a listen. 

​​​​​​​“Undergraduate education acts as the foundation stone for doctors in the NHS. The vast array of learning and exposure that Medical Schools afford, sets healthcare professionals on a journey of education that never truly ends. We all stand to benefit from the delivery of high quality undergraduate education.”

Dr Carl Waldmann
Former Dean, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine