Anaesthesia Section

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"There is a fracture" - Anesthesia with orthopaedia 
Date: 
Tuesday 28 November 2017
Time: 
8.45 am

This meeting will explore current controversies and lessons from recent military deployments that are of mutual interest to anaesthetists and orthopaedic surgeons, with the aim of promoting communication and partnership between both specialties.

About this section

Purpose:

To provide a forum for the discussion of all branches and subspecialties of anaesthesia including critical care, pain and veterinary anaesthesia. Section meetings will cover the science, art and politics of perioperative and patient covered care focusing on historical and/or current research and practices.

Section members:

Anaesthetists, critical care physicians, pain specialists, clinical scientists, trainee anaesthetists, medical students, nurses, midwives and allied health professionals alike.

Section council:

Section meetings and conferences are usually organised by members of the Section council, led by the Section President and often in collaboration with specialist societies.

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An anaesthesia pedigree: Origins of national anaesthesia organisations in the UK and Ireland
An anaesthesia pedigree: Origins of national anaesthesia organisations in the UK and Ireland

Friday 2 February 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

This meeting will explore the origins of national anaesthesia organisations in the UK, Ireland and devolved nations, with the aim of providing delegates with a better understand of their inter-relationships, relative roles and responsibilities.

Evening | Registration: 17:30 | Organised by: Anaesthesia Section |
Region: Ireland | Accreditation: 2 CPD Points Find out more Arrow Links

Dexmedetomidine: Clinical advantages and practical applications
Dexmedetomidine: Clinical advantages and practical applications

Friday 9 February 2018, Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
LONDON
W1G 0AE

This evening meeting will provide a synopsis of its clinical utility and information regarding practical applications in different patient cohorts, in relation to both anaesthesia and critical care. An expert panel will discuss potential advantages and disadvantages and where pain fits in this continuum of use will be addressed. To contribute to this discussion book your place today.   

Day | Registration: 17:30 | Organised by: Pain Medicine Section, Anaesthesia Section |
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Changing behaviours, changing mindsets: our next challenge

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Mr Martin Bromiley shares his personal reflections from the last 12 years of his career

24 minutes | Organised by: Anaesthesia Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture arrow

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Enhanced recovery programmes – the way forward

Free for RSM members / £6 non-members

Dr Michael Swart discusses enhanced recovery and perioperative medicine.

25 minutes | Organised by: Anaesthesia Section | Accreditation: 1 CPD point Watch lecture arrow

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Anaesthesia Section prizes

Apply today for the opportunity to win £500 for writing an essay on anaesthesia

Student essay prize

Submission deadline: Sunday 7 May 2017

 

Trainee essay prize

Submission deadline: Sunday 7 May 2017

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Access anaesthesia specialty e-journals

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  • Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica
  • International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia

 

Section Bibliography

For a list of what we have available via the library for this section, visit our bibliography page and then select the appropriate section link.

 

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FICM Annual Meeting

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Hard cases or bad laws? A day of debate around contentious ethical aspects of ICM

Wednesday 24 May 2017

Venue: Royal College of Anaesthetists

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