Dr Rosel Tallach

I am a consultant anaesthetist at the Royal London Hospital and have interests in trauma anaesthesia, regional anaesthesia and simulation training.

I undertook my medical school training and house jobs in Sheffield, then fled to New Zealand to support outdoor lifestyle addictions, supported by jobs in renal medicine and neurosurgery. After nine months of general medicine back in the UK I finally found my vocation in anaesthesia. I held Senior House Officer posts in Dumfries, Inverness and then undertook registrar training in East London.

I have been involved in Ugandan quality improvement projects in maternal health, and I worked as an anaesthetist in a government hospital in Malawi for 6 months. Under the auspices of WHO, I have written workstations for a training course in obstetric care in resource poor situations. After receiving a fellowship in simulation in 2012, I started to deliver simulation training for the MSc Trauma Sciences Programmes Summer School.

I coordinate the multidisciplinary (MDT) programme of trauma teaching at Barts and The London Trust and deliver in situ simulation training for our trauma teams. I also teach courses on Trauma Team Leaders, Anaesthetics Non-Technical Skills and Train the Trainers. 

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