- South East Dublin Department of Anaesthesia

News Archive 2011

Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine of Ireland

National Standards for Adult Critical Care Services Report 2011



Israeli Medical Association

Irish Anaesthetist Dr. Healy shows support to Dr. Leonid Eidelman, Consultant Anaesthetist & President of the Israeli Medical Association - Tel Aviv September 2011 in their negotiations over contract issues.

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Visionaries and Dreamers
- The story of the founding fathers of Anesthesiology in Israel

Irish man Professor Yosef Terry Davidson (1928-1988) Hadassah Medical Centre, Jerusalem, honoured in memorial lecture by Israeli Society of Anesthesiologists delivered by Dr. Stephen Shafer, Columbia University, Medical Centre, New York - Tel Aviv September 15th 2011



Simulation Instructors Course, College of Anaesthetists, 2011

Consultant Anaesthetists from SVUH participated in the Train the Trainer Simulation Instructors Course in the College of Anaesthetists.



Major expansion of UCD and RCSI medical education programmes in Malaysia



Obama :  Is Feidir Linn - Yes, We Can.

President Barack Obama President Barack Obama addresses the crowd of 40,000 in College Green Dublin and Toasts his Irish ancestry with a pint in Moneygall, Co. Offaly.

23rd May 2011








Queen Elizabeth Honours those who died in the fight for Irish Freedom

"A Uachtaráin agus a Chairde..."
Queen Elizabeth and President Mary McAleese laying wreaths at the Garden of Rememberance in Dublin, May 17th 2011








Dr. Tom OwensNew Anaesthesia eLearning Facility opens at SVUH - March 2011

The training facilities for anaesthetists at St Vincent's University Hospital (SVUH) have been upgraded with the provision of a dedicated state-of-the-art equipped room for elearning and research activities in the Dept. of Anaesthesia. The project is co-funded by the St. Vincent's Anesthesia Foundation and St. Vincent's University Hospital.


Dr. Brendan O'Hare

Vietnam Surgical Team -
Prof. Martin Corbally & Dr. Brendan O'Hare February 2011

Members of the Vietnam team led by Prof. Martin Corbally and Dr. Brendan O'Hare are planning to visit Mongolia in 2011 to evaluate the possibility of setting up a medical programme similar to that in Vietnam. Professor Martin Corbally is planning to establish a new charity organisation in conjunction with the RCSI.