Oxford Textbook Of Geriatric Medicine by J. Grimley Evans and T. Franklin Williams (Editors)

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Trainees could enter the training following completion of an ACGME-accredited pediatric anesthesia fellowship of 12 months’ duration after anesthesia residency. • Subspecialty training in congenital cardiac anesthesiology could be part of an 18-month continuum in conjunction with an ACGME-accredited pediatric anesthesia fellowship or adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology fellowship after successful completion of an anesthesia residency. • Recent recommendations as part of the Second Year Advanced Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellowship Network specify a minimum of 12 months of congenital cardiac anesthesiology fellowship training following the 12-month ACGME first-year pediatric anesthesiology fellowship.

Focused group discussions at the annual meeting of the Society for Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists or Society for Pediatric Anesthesia will help deepen information obtained. However a skilled facilitator and note taker are essential so everyone is allowed to voice their opinion and accurate information is recorded. Consideration should be given to the use of the Curriculum Management and Information Tool that is made available by the American Association of Medical Colleges to all medical school faculty.

The division of responsibilities between trainees in the core anesthesiology program and an associated fellowship program(s) in adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology and/or pediatric anesthesiology must be clearly delineated. The presence of congenital cardiac anesthesiology fellows must not compromise the clinical experience and number of cases available to pediatric anesthesiology fellows and/or core anesthesiology residents. There must be close cooperation between the core anesthesiology program, the adult cardiothoracic anesthesiology program and/or the pediatric anesthesiology program, and the congenital cardiac anesthesiology program.

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