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The Operating Room as the Motor of Vital Function Care

The Operating Room as the Motor of Vital Function Care

Chief editor’s note: This paper, based on some discussions in the framework of our last Euroanaesthesia, discusses a very important issue, related to anaesthesiologists’ involvement in the field of emergency medicine. Our readers are invited to contribute to the Newsletter by sending us their opinions on this important topic. This certainly has improved access to urgent care in many countries. However, it is still not yet clear how Emergency Medicine as a standalone specialty would fit into already highly developed Central and Northern European care systems where

Karl Thies on behalf of ESA Scientific Subcommittee 10
kthies@gmail.com

Over the past 20 years Emergency Medicine

Story of Dunja Mihajlovic

Story of Dunja Mihajlovic

Dunja Mihajlovic
dunjamihajlovic@hotmail.com

My name is Dunja Mihajlovic; I work at the Emergency Centre at the Clinical Centre of Vojvodina in Novi Sad as a specialist in anaesthesiology, reanimation, and intensive care.

My story begins during the last year of my training in anaesthesiology, in the autumn of 2014, on a regular working day, with my colleague Dr Arsen Uvelin. I expected to pass the specialist exam in the near future and he had passed his the year before, so we were sharing our opinions about the education system of anaesthesia trainees in Serbia. He told me about an amazing experience that he had at Utrecht University Medical Centre, as one of the winners of the ESA trainee exchange