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WOSSA

West of Scotland School of Anaesthesia


Subspecialties

Neuroanaesthesia

INS, RHSC

Neuroanaesthesia Training

Trainees in the West of Scotland programme rotate to the Institute of Neurological Sciences to complete a 2-month essential unit during their Intermediate-level and another 2-month essential unit during their Higher-level training.

Institute of Neurological Sciences

The Institute for Neurological Sciences in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus, is a stand-alone regional neurosciences tertiary referral centre for the West of Scotland.

The department of Neuroanaesthesia consists of 22 consultants and 1 specialty doctor. The department provides anaesthesia & critical care service for adult neurosurgery, neurology services, interventional neuroradiology, oral and maxillofacial surgery. The department also provides anaesthesia and critical care services to the adjoining Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries Unit for patients with complications of spinal illness & injury. The neuro critical care unit consists of 7 level three beds and 6 high dependency level beds.

Neuroanaesthesia Advanced Training

The West of Scotland Training Programme offers Advanced training in Neuroanaesthesia. The post will be based at the above department. The post is in-programme and the duration is 12 months. Selection to this post is competitive. Please contact Dr Nithin Roy for further information regarding this post.

Training supervisor
Dr Nithin Roy
Consultant Neuroanaesthetist
College Tutor
Department of Neuroanaesthesia
Institute of Neurological Sciences
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital
1345 Govan Road
Glasgow G51 4TF
Tel: 0141 201 1989 (via secretary)