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Anaesthetic training in accident and emergency
  1. John J O'Donnell
  1. Specialist Registrar in A&E Medicine, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Lauriston Place, Edinburgh EH3 9YW (

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    Editor,—I read with interest the comments of Boyle et al1 regarding anaesthetic training for accident and emergency (A&E) specialist registrars. They suggest that there is a definite advantage of spending six months as a “true” anaesthetic SHO as part of the A&E specialist registrar scheme, rather than as a supernumerary extra in theatre. As someone who initially undertook …

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