About this webinar
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Now we are in the next (‘delay’) phase of managing the Covid-19 pandemic, anaesthetic and critical care departments are planning and preparing for the influx of critically ill patients. Based on experience elsewhere, it is highly likely anaesthetists will be asked to assist their critical care colleagues. For many anaesthetists this will be daunting as they have not worked in such environments for many years. They will need to 'side skill’ to update themselves on contemporary critical care practice. Priorities include safe intubation, use of PPE, management of patients with ARDS (and proning), and ethical dilemmas. This webinar will provide information on these areas. It will be provided free to access to all by the Association of Anaesthetists - register now.
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Organiser: Dr Mike Nathanson, President Elect, Association of Anaesthetists
Chair: Dr Tim Meek, Honorary Secretary, Association of Anaesthetists
What is new in guidelines for airway management in patients with COVID-19
Prof Tim Cook, Bath
Clinical management of ARDS
Dr Charlotte Summers, Cambridge
Pandemic ethics: achieving moral balance
Dr Dan Harvey, Nottingham
Cross-skilling: join the team
Dr Sarah Clarke, Blackburn