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Trainees have much to gain from working in the United States

BMJ 1996; 313 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.313.7055.496 (Published 24 August 1996) Cite this as: BMJ 1996;313:496
  1. Michael Parr, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care,
  2. David Gabbott, senior registrar in anaesthesia,
  3. Peter Baskett, consultant anaesthetist,
  4. John Criswell, consultant anaesthetist,
  5. Alasdair Dow, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care,
  6. Alexander Hunter, senior registrar in anaesthesia,
  7. Paul Martin, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care,
  8. Rona Patey, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care,
  9. Jerry Nolan, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care,
  10. Bryce Randalls, consultant in anaesthesia and intensive care,
  11. Fergus Millar, consultant in anaesthesia,
  12. Peter Donahue, senior registrar in anaesthesia,
  13. Frances Forrest, consultant in anaesthesia,
  14. Ian Ryder, senior registrar in anaesthesia,
  15. Gordon Craig, senior registrar in anaesthesia
  1. Frenchay Hospital, Bristol BS16 1LE;M
  2. Royal Hampshire Hospital, Winchester SO22 5DG;
  3. Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Exeter EX2 5DW;
  4. Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen AB9 2ZB;
  5. Royal United Hospital, Bath BA1 3NG;
  6. Torbay Hospital, Torbay TQ2 7AA;
  7. Ninewells Hospital, Dundee DD2 1UB;
  8. Royal Prince Henry Hospital, Sydney, Australia;
  9. Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol BS2 8HW;
  10. Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Australia

    EDITOR,—The Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore offers the highest level of trauma care in Maryland and admits 5300 patients annually, with a mortality of 6%. It is a recognised centre of excellence in managing severe trauma. The titles of visiting assistant professor and attending anaesthesiologist, which Peter Hambly holds,1 indicate an appointment at the University of Maryland and as a specialist in anaesthesia in the trauma centre. The titles are appropriate to the level of training and experience and represent the nomenclature of …

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