Help the oTo create enough Omani Graduates of highest quality to lead the specialty in the country and attain self-sufficiency in manpower.

To enhance the recruitment of Omani graduates into the specialty of anesthesia and critical care. To train the graduates in the areas of knowledge, skills and attitude specific to anesthesiology, critical care medicine and pain management to current international standards. Upon completion of training, a resident is expected to be a competent specialist anesthesiologist, capable of functioning independently.

Throughout the anesthesia training program, all trainees undergo summative assessments designed to assess knowledge and skills, quantify experience, and to estimate the individual trainee's eligibility to progress to further stages of training or to a career post. The assessment can be done on daily basis, mid-block, at the end of the block and at the end of the training program.

The following formative assessment forms are completed by the Trainers/Rotation Supervisors to assess the performance of the Residents during their training.

In-training Assessment Report (ITAR) - (End of Block Evaluation)

Assessment of Procedural skills form

Mini-Clinical Exercise

Presentation evaluation form

Case-based discussion

Journal Club Evaluation

Multisource feedback (360 degree)

Research Block Evaluation                                    


 Progression Examinations

OMSB End of Year Exam

OMSB Part 1 Exam

Exit Qualification

OMSB Part II (Written and Clinical Exam)

Optional Examinations

Arab Board Exam:

Part 1 Written Exam

Part 2 Written and Clinical Exam

MCAI (College of Anesthetists of Ireland Membership Examination

Teaching Schedule

Our scheduled monthly full-day academic teaching is assigned from 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. It includes lectures, case-based discussion, journal club, mortality and morbidity, data interpretation, MCQ practice.

The presentation must be interactive, up-to-date, evidence based and clinically oriented as much as possible. Residents should attend at least 75% of the academic activities in an academic year to be eligible for promotion from one level of training to a higher level.

Event Schedule




Anesthesia Retreat Day (Faculty and Residents)

Month of April



Anesthesia Research Day

Month of November



Assessment projected schedule




In-Training Assessment Report (ITAR) end of the block evaluation




6th monthly face-to-face evaluation


Annual evaluation




Examination projected schedule




End of Year Exam (written)

Month of June

End of Year Resit


OMSB Part 1 (R2-R3)


OMSB Part 2 (R5) written


OMSB Part 2 (R5) clinical


Arab Board Part 1 (Optional)

March/April and September

Arab Board Part 2 Written (Optional)


Arab Board Part 2 Clinical (Optional)


Irish Exam (Optional) Primary MCQ Exam

January, June & September



Dr. Saleh Saud Hamed Al Abri


Dr. Abdel Kader Mansour Mahfoudh

Dr. Abdullah Al Jadidi

Dr. Badar Al Hasani
Dr. Madan Mohan Maddali

Dr. Nasser Al Kemyani


Dr. Ahmed Abu Draz

Dr. Huda Al Khalili

Dr. Jyoti Burad

Dr. Maher Jaffer Abdulrahim Al Bahrani

Dr. Moosa Mansoor Awladthani

Dr. Nasser Abdullah Nasser Al Kemyani

Dr. Ramlaa Malallah Abdullah Al Qassab

Program Medical Executive:

Ms. Vian Francia

Program e-mail:

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