ANAESTHESIOLOGY IN SCANDINAVIA
Working as an Anaesthesiologist in Sweden
Due to the lack of anaesthesiologists in Sweden, we are searching for European doctors to work in this field. In Sweden,
The speciality includes patient care in the pre-hospital, perioperative (pre-operative risk analysis and treatment planning), intraoperative, post-operative care, care of critically ill patients (intensive care medicine), pain management (acute and chronic pain patients) as well as transport and care of critically ill patients between hospitals. The subject of anaesthesia and intensive care medicine has contact with a broad range of patients and almost all clinical hospital speciality services in the modern hospital setting. Anaesthesia and intensive care medicine is a rapidly developing medical speciality and continuous professional development for personnel is necessary.
Working as an Anaesthesiologist in Norway
For many years, thousands of foreign doctors have been working in Norway. Though, due to a chronical shortage, the country has been eager to attract doctors from abroad to fill vacant positions in the constantly expanding healthcare industry.
In Norway, two occupational groups have the anaesthesia education – anaesthesiologists and nurse anaesthetists. The formal educations of the two groups differ, but they overlap and complement each other in everyday work.
Working as an Anaesthesiologist in Denmark
Anaesthesiology in Denmark is a medical speciality with four main features: Anaesthesia, intensive care, resuscitation and treatment of patients with acute illness within hospitalisation (præhospitalsbehandling), and pain management. There are about 1200 anaesthesiologists working in Denmark with a standard working week of 37 hours.
In Denmark, multidisciplinary intensive medicine has always been part of the