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Education and Training in Anaesthesia — A Plea for One Standard in Europe

  • J. Rupreht
Conference paper

Abstract

Education and training in anaesthesia reflect very well different levels of social and civilization development in individual countries of the contemporary world. Concerning the educational aspect when training an anaesthesiologist in various countries, it is quite an achievement that the differences in performance of these medical specialists are not very remarkable. Gone are the days when early pioneers of professional anaesthesia hoped for one level of training worldwide. One great community of anaesthesiologists has been achieved but not one standard.

Keywords

Emergency Medical Service European Academy Anaesthetist Nurse Early Pioneer Educational Aspect 
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© Springer-Verlag Italia 1997

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