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WFSA PAEDIATRIC ANAESTHESIA FELLOWSHIP IN KENYA.
FOR: ANAESTHESIOLOGISTS
PARTNERING WITH:

•    Kenya Society of Anaesthesiologists
•    Gertrude’s Children Hospital
•    Kenyatta National Hospital
•    Kijabe Hospital
•    University of Nairobi
•    Aga Khan University Hospital

APPLICANTS TO REGISTER BY END OF NOVEMBER 2010 FOR THE 2011 PAEDIATRIC FELLOWSHIP.
INTERESTED PERSONS CAN CONTACT KSA or

Dr. Zipporah Gathuya: Email: wagathuya@hotmail.com

PAEDIATRIC ANAESTHESIA FELLOWSHIP TRAINING IN KENYA - 2011

Access to safe anaesthesia and pain relief following surgery could be considered a basic
human right in the 21st century. International standards for the safe practice of anaesthesia,
adopted by the World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists (WFSA) in 1992, are
seldom met in developing countries. It is not surprising that in these countries peri-operative
mortality and morbidity is high by developed world standards; but local expectations are
commensurate with the facilities and quality of the available care. (Read More on Paediatric Fellowship 2011).

TRAINEE REQUIREMENTS

1. MMed, or equivalent, from a known academic medical institution in Africa, initially from Kenya, Uganda, or Tanzania.
2. Minimum 2 years post graduation from MMed Program.
3. Specialists recognition as an Anaesthetists from national governing body such as the Medical and Dental Practitioners Board (MDPB) in Kenya or equivalent.
4. Letter of “Good Standing” from national medical board.
5. Complete Curriculum Vitae (CV) submitted with documents.
supporting the academics.
6. Biographical sketch.
7. Letter of application.
8. Letters of Reference (3).
9. Essay “Why I want to be a Paediatric Anaesthesiologist”, one complete
page.
10. Describe plans for the future after training in Paediatric.

Anaesthesiology and when you can start the program including any restrictions in training.

Read more: 2011 WFSA Paediatric Anaesthesia Fellowship Training, Kenya

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