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CJRM Fall 2001 v06n(4)

Fall 2001

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Editorials * Éditoriaux

Crisis in rural anesthesia
Robert F. Seal, MD

Crise de l'anesthésie en milieu rural
Robert F. Seal, MD


President's message: Between here and there
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD

Message du président:  Par monts et par vaux
Peter Hutten-Czapski, MD

Original articles * Articles originaux

Discussion paper on rural obstetrical analgesia and anesthesia
Margaret Tromp, MD; Stuart Iglesias, MD


A survey of recently trained general practitioner anesthetists in Ontario. Part I: Does residency training adequately prepare them for practice?
Rob Sansom, MD; George Doig, MD; Kelly Morris,  BSc

A survey of recently trained general practitioner anesthetists in Ontario. Part II: Does continuing medical education adequately meet their needs?
Rob Sansom, MD; George Doig, MD; Kelly Morris,  BSc

The practitioner * Le praticien

The occasional laryngeal mask airway
T.C. O'Neill, MB

Podium: Doctors Speak Out * La Parole aux médecins

A primer on rural medical politics. 2: Federal/provincial jurisdictions
Keith MacLellan, MD

Off call * Détente

Tales from Rural Practice * Les belles histoires de la pratique

A week in the life of a GP anesthetist
T.C. O'Neill, MB

Departments * Chroniques

Letters * Correspondance

Poor Man's Epidural
M.J. Douglas, MD; response: N. Leslie, MD

Colles' fractures
C.G. Moisey, MD; response: G. Brock, MD

Out Behind the Barn * Dans le feu de l'action

Anesthesia on the Web
Barrie McCombs, MD

Literature* Litterature scientifique

Rural anesthesia
Author Information
RuralMed: the SRPC listserv
Service (and advertising information)



Nov. 16–18, 2001
Kananaskis, Alberta

Invitational Conference 
Maintenance of Competence Program for GPAs in Rural Canada

Plan to attend! An Invitational Conference to Determine and Sustain a Maintenance of Competence Program for General Practitioner Anesthesiology in Rural Canada. Kananaskis, Alta., Nov. 16–18, 2001. Hosted by the departments of Family Medicine and Anesthesiology at the universities of Calgary and Alberta, the SRPC, the College of Family Physicians of Canada and the Canadian Anesthesiologists' Society. Working groups will consider 6 issues:

●    the essentials of a national curriculum;
●    programs for maintenance of competence;
●    accreditation and certification of programs, portability of privileges;
●    the potential for simulation technology in the CME of GP anesthetists;
●    Physician Resource Plan for GP anesthetists; and
●    infrastructure options to support GP anesthetists.






Cover: "Rooster on the Roof"
Marcio Melo, Quyon, Que.
Acrylic on masonite,
177 cm × 34 cm.
Visit Melo's Web site
© 2001 Marcia Melo



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