Assistente Graduada de Anestesiologia do Hospital Garcia de Orta desde 2016
Membro da Direção do Colégio em Emergência Médica da Ordem dos Médicos desde 2015
Grau de Consultor em Anestesiologia da Ordem Médicos / Ministério da Saúde desde 2015
Especialista em Anestesiologia e Emergência do Comité Internacional da Cruz Vermelha (ICRC) desde 2014
Coordenadora da VMER do Hospital São Francisco Xavier - Centro Hospitalar de Lisboa Ocidental desde 2009
Pós Graduação em Trauma, Centro Estudo e Investigação em Trauma do Hospital S. João, em 2005 - 2006
Assistente Hospitalar do Hospital Militar Principal / Hospital das Forças Armadas de 2004 a 2015
Especialista em Anestesiologia com Competência em Emergência Médica da Ordem dos Médicos desde 2003
Internato Complementar de Anestesiologia no Instituto Português de Oncologia de Lisboa de 1999 a 2003
Operacional Médica de VMER (desde 1998), do SHEM e do CODU (desde 2000)
Internato Geral no Hospital Distrital de Cascais em 1997 - 1998
Licenciatura em Medicina na Faculdade Ciências Médicas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa de 1990 a 1996
A CORUÑA UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL (CHUAC)
POSITION: ANESTHESIOLOGY AND REANIMATION SERVICE, STAFF MEMBER.
- 2001: M.D. Santiago de Compostela University (Spain).
- 2006: Anesthesiology, Reanimation and Pain medicine Physician. A Coruña University Hospital (Spain).
- 2006 – present: Physician at A Coruña University Hospital. Anesthesiology and Reanimation Department.
- Expertise in intra and perioperative medicine for cardiothoracic surgery, including lung transplantation and cardiac transplantation.
- 2020: EACVI / EACTA Certification on Transoesophageal Ecochardiography.
Paolo Pelosi, Professor in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care, Director of the Specialty School in Anesthesiology and Intensive Care at the University of Genoa, Head of Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care and Regional Poison Control Center at San Martino Policlinico Hospital, Genoa, Italy. He served as President of the European Society of Anaesthesiology (ESA) and actually is the President of the College of Professors of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care in Italy. He was awarded by the Cecil Gray Medal as well as Sir Macintosh Award. He is Author or Co-Author of over 700 medical and scientific peer review papers, 130 book chapters and he has lectured in more than 1700 national and international meetings on ventilation management during the perioperative period and on the pathophysiology and treatments of acute respiratory failure.
Stephen J. M. Sollid is professor of prehospital critical care at Stavanger University in Norway and chief medical officer of the Norwegian Air Ambulance Foundation. He is a trained anaesthesiologist and has worked predominantly as a prehospital critical care physician in the Norwegian air-ambulance system since 2002. His research merits are in patient safety and prehospital critical care with a strong motivation to strengthen quality, competence and continuous professional education among prehospital care providers.