As an anaesthesiologist you’re responsible for supervising and coordinating the anaesthesia activities in emergency room, dressing room, operating theatre, in-patient department, intensive care unit, maternity, and out-patient clinic.
You also provide the best pre-, per (intra) and post-operative anaesthetic care that allows patients to receive prime support in their surgical treatment. You also can be responsible of reanimation in other hospital services: emergency department, in-patient department including maternity, intensive care unit. In some contexts you might be responsible of Emergency Medicine and/or Intensive Care.
You supervise and coordinate anaesthetic activity in its entirety and provide training to national staff in all aspects relating to anaesthesia. You also recruit and evaluate national staff if necessary.
You implement and maintain quality tools in anaesthesia care: use of standard MSF guidelines and protocols, use of standards files and registers, and use of MSF data collection system.
You are responsible of reporting: collection and analysis of medical data, monthly reports to the project’s medical responsible, and finally to submit an End of Mission Report.
Read "Changing things is also a profession" for surgical teams.
- Completed residency in anaesthesia with valid degree and current licence
- Experience in paediatric, obstetric and trauma anaesthesia
- Extensive experience in dissociation and spinal anaesthesia
- Experience in regional blocks is welcome
- In a case to case basis, and relating to operational needs, medical doctors in anaesthesia training with completed three years of residence program.
- 6 weeks - 6 months
- Shorter missions (4 weeks) are possible in a case to case basis depending on operational needs