It is suggested that there should be available post-graduate training schemes for members of the profession who ultimately wish to work on an Intensive Therapy Unit at Consultant level. The duties of the Medical Unit administrator are described and schemes are suggested for further training of an anaesthetist or physician particularly interested in critical patient care.
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The Editorial article in the last issue was based on the Paper by Drs. Chew and Hanson and the publishers apologise for its omission in that number.
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Chew, H.E.R., Hanson, G.C. A case for the medical administrator of an intensive therapy unit to be trained in intensive therapy. Europ. J. Intensive Care Med 2, 107–110 (1976). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00579690
- Medical administrator
- Intensive therapy unit
- Training schemes
- Critical care