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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.

2019 recipients

Dr Kevin Bailey in recognition of his contribution to anaesthesia in Ireland, to the Irish Standing Committee and to the Council of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Satinder Dalay in recognition of her contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Simon Denning in recognition of your contribution to training in anaesthesia as Honorary Secretary of the Trainee Committee, to the Association of Anaesthetists and its Council and Boards

Dr Mark Heining 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 Eoin Kelleher in recognition of his contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Ms Catherine Max in recognition of her contribution to environmentally sustainable anaesthesia and to the Research and Grants Committee

Dr Elizabeth McGrady in recognition of her contribution to the Association of Anaesthetists, its Council and Boards, and to the specialty of anaesthesia, particularly in Scotland

Dr Smita Oswal in recognition of her contribution to the SAS Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

Ms Hilary Riches in recognition of her contribution to the advancement of public education in anaesthesia, including its history, specifically as a volunteer at the Heritage Centre

Mr Alex Ruck Keene in recognition of his contribution to the safety guidelines of the Association of Anaesthetists

Dr Frank Swinton in recognition of his contribution to environmentally sustainable anaesthesia

Dr Thomas Wojcikiewicz in recognition of his contribution to training in anaesthesia and to the Trainee Committee of the Association of Anaesthetists

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