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Association of Anaesthetists Award

Association of Anaesthetists Award

This is awarded by the Board to those who have made significant contributions to the Association of Anaesthetists and its charitable foundation, its objects and goals, or its members. The award is not restricted to members of the Association. The combined current objectives of the Association of Anaesthetists and its charitable foundation are:

a) to advance and improve patient care and safety in the field of anaesthesia and disciplines allied to anaesthesia in the UK, Ireland and worldwide;

b) to promote and support education and research in anaesthesia, medical specialties allied to anaesthesia and related sciences and the publication of the results of such studies and research;

c) to represent, protect, support and advance the interests of its members;

d) to encourage and support worldwide co-operation between anaesthetists;

e) the advancement of public education in and the promotion of those branches of medical science concerned with anaesthesia, including its history.

Nominations should take the form of a short description of the nominee’s contributions (maximum 500 words). Self-nomination is acceptable. If you nominate someone else, you should gain their approval for your nomination. Nominations for 2021 awards will open in April 2021. The Association’s Honours and Awards Committee will consider nominations at its meeting in the autumn, and will make recommendations to the Board, who will determine the recipients of the 2021 awards. The successful nominees will be informed shortly afterwards.

2020 recipients

Dr Santhosh Babu in recognition of his contribution to the SAS Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Kariem El-Boghdadly in recognition of his contribution to the Association of Anaesthetists as editor of Anaesthesia Reports

Adrian Cox in recognition of his contribution to industry and support to  the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Doug Justins in recognition of his contribution to the advancement of public education in anaesthesia, including its history, specifically as a volunteer at the Heritage Centre

Dr Claire Gerada in recognition of her contribution to advocacy and the wellbeing of anaesthetists

Dr Gordon French in recognition of his contribution to training in anaesthesia and support to the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Daniele Bryden in recognition of her contribution to training in anaesthesia and to support the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Craig Richard Bailey in recognition of his contribution to the Association of Anaesthetists, its Council and Boards, to Anaesthesia and to the specialty

Dr Ravishankar Rao Baikady in recognition of his contribution to the Association of Anaesthetists, its Council and Boards, and to the specialty of anaesthesia

Dr Natalie Mincher in recognition of her contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Katy Miller in recognition of her contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr David Nesvadba in recognition of his contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

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