The main objective of the programme is to train residents to become specialists in anaesthesiology, critical care, and pain medicine. Therefore, at the end of the four-year training programme, the M.Med. graduate will be able to:
Demonstrate specialized knowledge, skills, competencies and appropriate professional qualities that are essential in modern anesthesia practice, including perioperative care and subspecialties in intensive care and pain medicine.
Participate in consultation and referral services with respect to patient care, education and legal opinions.
Demonstrate the ability to apply principles and techniques of counseling of patients, health professionals and members of the community with respect to patient care.
Demonstrate ability in policy development, analysis and management functions in providing services in anaesthesiology, critical care, and pain medicine.
Demonstrate competency in training and teaching of health care providers in health facilities and in the community.
Acquire essential knowledge and ability to undertake research in the field of anaesthesiology and other related disciplines for development of knowledge and improvement of patient care.
Demonstrate the ability to develop and maintain scholarly and professional attributes through continuing education and life long professional development.