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The East of England School of Anaesthesia encompasses a wide geographical area. Training in anaesthesia takes place in 4 teaching centres, 2 cardiothoracic sites, and 12 district general hospitals across the region.

Each of these hospitals have an RCoA College Tutor and dedicated anaesthetic Educational Supervisors.

Click here to find out about anaesthetics training in each of these hospitals.

 

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Training in anaesthesia is now governed by the 2021 Curriculum for a CCT in Anaesthetics. Click here for general information about this curriculum.

Between August 2021 and the end of July 2023 the RCoA requires all Anaesthetists in training to transition to the 2021 curriculum if their CCT date is after 31st January 2024.

Click here for information about transitioning to the 2021 Curriculum in the East of England School of Anaesthesia.

 

Updated information about ACCS Anaesthesia and Stage 1 Anaesthesia training:

 

Click here for information about ACCS Anaesthesia in the East of England.

Click here for information about Stage 1 Anaesthesia training in the East of England.

Click here for the Stage 1 training handbook.

Click here for details of regional teaching in the East of England.

 

Updated information about Stage 2 and Stage 3 Anaesthesia training in the East of England:

Click here for information about Stage 2 and Stage 3 Anaesthesia training in the East of England.

Click here for details of regional teaching in the East of England.

 

If you have a specific question relating to training in the East of England, please contact the Training Programme Directors.

 

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