GZA Ziekenhuizen, Antwerp, Belgium
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How to Improve access to RA for all?
This lecture will guide you through the barriers of practical implementation of regional anesthesia in your hospital. To build a regional program you need ‘4T‘s’: Teaching, Time, Trust and Team. Regional anesthesia is a subspecialty which requires a thorough theoretical knowledge of anatomy, pharmacology, surgical techniques and evidence on outcome benefits to support your efforts. Training programs need to provide sufficient opportunity to acquire practical skills in basic blocks. Implementing a program requires time and patience to instruct your co-workers and to find the best pathway in your center. Hospital logistics need to support supply of qualitative equipment. It is a team effort to optimize patient care.
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