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WSM, Trainee Conference and Annual Congress
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Basic Transthoracic Echocardiography (TTE) & Peri-operative Ultrasound
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Paediatric CC and Surgical review
Wednesday 15 July
Patient Blood Management (PBM) after the COVID-19 surge
Tuesday 23 June
A guide for training programme directors in
anaesthesia and intensive care medicine
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New guideline: Breastfeeding safe after anaesthesia
The second wave of Covid; your support in a storm.
COVID-19 intensive care mortality falls by a third
Safe Drug Management in Anaesthetic Practice
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The Evelyn Baker Award was instigated by Dr Margaret Branthwaite in 1998, dedicated to the memory of one of her former patients at the Royal Brompton Hospital. The award is made for outstanding competence in all areas of anaesthetic practice: clinical excellence, teaching and training and supporting colleagues. The award recognises the ‘unsung heroes’ of anaesthetic departments.
Nominees are often described as the unspoken backbone of the department and the ‘go to’ person for clinical or other advice. Citations accompanying nominations for this award should describe how the individual being nominated demonstrates those characteristics and traits that set them apart from others.
The defining characteristics of clinical excellence are technical proficiency consistently reliable clinical judgement and wisdom, and skill in communicating with patients, their relatives and colleagues. The ability to train and enthuse trainee colleagues is seen as an integral part of communication skill, extending beyond formal teaching or academic presentation. Supporting colleagues and co-workers is a valued part of clinical practice and is recognised by this Award.
2019: Kathryn Bell | Anthony John Rampton
2018: Ian Appadurai
2017: Michelle Soskin
2016: Rob John
2015: John Leigh | Virin Sidhu | Patricia Weir
2014: Sally Millett
2013: Amanda Blackburn | Mike Donaldson | Andrew Kilner | Chris Vallis
2012: John Windsor
2011: Keith Clayton
2010: Sudheer Medakkar
2009: Fred Roberts
2008: Neville Robinson
2007: Gareth Charlton
2006: Martin Coates
2005: Douglas Turner
2004: Margo Lewis
2003: Paul Monks
2002: Mark Crosse
2001: Brian Steer
2000: Neil Schofield
1999: Meena Choksi
1998: John R Cole
Since 1932 the Association has represented anaesthetists in the UK and across the world
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