The Anaesthesia Department plays a crucial role in undergraduate medical education, providing students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become competent and safe physicians. The department’s primary objective is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of anaesthesia and pain management, along with the practical skills necessary for safe and effective patient care.
The first objective of the Anaesthesia Department is to provide students with a thorough understanding of the principles of anaesthesia.
The second objective of the department is to equip students with practical skills necessary for safe and effective anaesthetic administration.
The fourth objective of the department is to teach students about the importance of patient safety in anaesthesia. They also learn how to communicate effectively with patients, other healthcare professionals, and anaesthesia teams to ensure safe and effective patient care.
Finally, the Anaesthesia Department aims to develop students’ critical thinking skills and their ability to apply their knowledge and skills in various clinical situations. Students learn how to make informed decisions based on patient history and examination, as well as how to adapt to changing clinical situations during anaesthetic administration.