College of Intensive Care Medicine
of Australia and New Zealand
What is an Intensive Care Specialist?
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The information logged will allow trainees to document the exposure received and help the College collect valuable data. This information will help the College understand the activity in our units as well as determine the optimal capacity to deliver the program to future trainees.
Arterial line - radial
Arterial line - femoral
Arterial line - other
CVC - IJ
CVC - subclavian
CVC - femoral
Vascath - IJ
Vascath - subclavian
Vascath - femoral
CO device - other
Intercostal catheter (ICC)
Transoesophageal echo (TTE)
Transthoracic echo (TOE)
Team lead arrest / peri-arrest patient
Brain death testing
Transport of intubated patient
Family meeting - organ donation
Family meeting - treatment limitation
Below are the definitions for Your Involvement in an encounter.
Leader or Sole
, this would entail the successful completion of the procedure by the trainee even with some supervision, advice or technical assistance from another trainee or specialist.
, this would entail the trainee undertaking the bulk of the encounter personally even if under the direct supervision of another trainee or specialist.
brain death testing
, it would entail the trainee personally undertaking the examination and the documentation even if under the supervision of another trainee or a specialist.
, this would entail the trainee personally leading the conversation even if there is a more senior trainee or a specialist present who contributes to the discussion.
Relevant for family meeting and difficult airway and tracheostomies but not for ‘routine’ procedures.
Present but no active involvement in the procedure or clinical encounter.
, this would require being present for the procedure and the provision of advice and some technical assistance without necessarily actually undertaking the procedure.
, this would include being a part of the ward round and the ICU team responsible for management of the patient.
this would entail active contribution to the planning and the conduct of the interview.
Trainee Logbook User Guide
Which fields need to be completed?
All fields in the trainee logbook are mandatory.
Can I retrospectively record an encounter?
Trainees will not be able to record encounters that occurred before 1/01/2018.
Can I record an encounter that will occur in the future?
No. The logbook will prevent trainees selecting a future date.
What device can I use?
Trainees will be able to use smartphones (Apple & Android), tablets, laptops or desktops.
What browser should I use?
For the best experience, the College recommends using the latest version of:
Internet Explorer 11 (IE11)
Can I use an older browser?
The logbook has been designed to work on the latest version of major browsers. However, we understand that from time to time, trainees may need to use an older browser.
Trainees may use older browsers such as IE8, IE9 or IE10, however some advanced features may not work.