Prof Dan Benhamou

FELLOWSHIP IN OBSTETRIC ANAESTHESIA


Hospital: Bicetre
Road:
78 Rue du General Leclerc
City: Le Kremlin-Bicetre
Country: France
Postcode: 94275

Supervisor: Prof Dan Benhamou
Telephone: 33-1-45-21-34-47
Fax: 33-1-45-21-28-75
Email: dan.benhamou@bct.aphp.fr

Enquiries: Prof Dan Benhamou
Telephone: contact as above

Duration: by arrangement

Grade: Fellowship


General:

This post is intended for anaesthetists with an interest in obstetric anaesthesia, with or without previous experience in clinical research. All necessary training will be given in post. The post provides an opportunity to learn all the stages of the research process, through to presentation and publication.

Clinical:

Average clinical workload is equivalent to four theatre sessions weekly, and four-five nights on call per month.

Hospital:

Bicetre Hopsital is a 900 bed university teaching -hospital with most surgical activities, including orthopaedic, general, urologic, ENT, ophthalmologic, neurosurgical, paediatric and gynaecological surgery units. The Department of Anaesthesia also runs the Surgical ICU. The Maternity Unit has opened in May 2009 and 2000 deliveries are planned to occur for the first year but will then increase to 3500 deliveries each year. There is a good working relationship with obstetric staff. The scientific level of obstetricians and paediatricians is high. Obstetric anaesthesia is highly developed in this hospital where numerous high risk patients deliver. Clinical research in obstetric anaesthesia is well recognized. The Department of Anaesthesia as a whole is highly recognized. Apart from obstetric anaesthesia, several staff anaesthesiologists have academic activity in various domains (i.e. trauma patients, regional anaesthesia and ultrasound, pharmacology and pharmacokinetics, acute and chronic pain, cerebral function). A Research Lab is also available and led by the Department of Anaesthesia.

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