About this webinar recording
This is the tenth in our free weekly seminars entitled Joint Association of Anaesthetists and FSSA Webinar: Restarting Planned Surgery and will focus restarting the planned surgery programme.
We have some great lectures planned from national experts to support you, including Theatre efficiency and productivity post-Covid: the capacity challenge, What place for your surgeon in planning the Covid-19 care pathway?, Drug and equipment shortages, A restart not a false start for planned surgery? and Challenges in restarting cancer Surgery.
We have a number of renowned speakers including Professor Tim Cook, Professor Jaideep Pandit, Dr Kathleen Ferguson and Mr Nigel Mercer. We hope to address concerns and provide support for all as we do our best to restart planned surgery.
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Organiser - Prof William Fawcett, Chair of Education, Association of Anaesthetists
Chair: Dr Mike Nathanson - President Elect, Association of Anaesthetists.
Professor Jaideep Pandit - Theatre efficiency and productivity post-Covid: the capacity challenge
Mr Nigel Mercer - What place for your surgeon in planning the Covid-19 care pathway?
Dr Kathleen Fergusson - Drug and equipment shortages
Professor Tim Cook - Restarting surgery in the season of COVID
Dr Shaman Jhanji - Challenges for restarting cancer surgery
Professor Andy Klein - Challenges for restarting cardiac surgery