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Tuesday 9 June 2020


The Association Of Anaesthetists
21 Portland Place London


£175 - Members
£110 - Trainee Members
£330 - Non-members
£87.50 - Retired Members

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It is with regret we have had to postpone the following seminar, in light of the on going global COVID-19 situation. We will be in touch shortly with registered delegates and faculty on this seminar. We are reviewing the events calendar for suitability for pre-recording and delivery online. We will update the website with details as soon as we can.

About this seminar

This seminar is aimed at all anaesthetists with an interest in wellbeing. It is an interactive, experiential day, which builds on the Association of Anaesthetists' long history of supporting members. We will explore approaches to enhance wellbeing in the workplace, listen to members concerns and develop plans for the future.

Topics include: 

• Moral injury – what it means for anaesthetists: Dr Esther Murray, London
• Wellbeing – the Clinical Director’s perspective: Dr Hamish McLure, Leeds
• If you don’t change direction soon, you’ll end up where you’re going: Dr Gordon French, Northampton
• Bullying / Incivility: Dr Sian Jaggar, London
• Mentoring and Wellbeing: Dr Nancy Redfern, Newcastle
• Wellbeing – putting it all together and resources: Dr Robert Self, London
• Yoga for anaesthetists: Ms Serena Davis, London

The Wellbeing seminar includes a ‘Yoga for Anaesthetists’ workshop. There will be a short yoga practice which will include focus on breathing and some gentle movements. Delegates take part at their own risk, however it is worth pointing out that the risk of injury is low. The session will be led by a trained yoga teacher who will be able to answer questions about participating before the session begins. Delegates should wear comfortable clothes e.g. what you might wear to the gym.