About this online seminar
This seminar was previously called 'Depth of anaesthesia' - please note, there has been no change in the content.
We have moved some of our seminars online, bringing you the same high-quality anaesthesia education that you're used to, but in a digital and interactive bite-size format. Find out more here.
What you can expect when attending an online seminar:
• Great online education with experts in their field
• Delegate numbers restricted to maximise discussion
• Interactive features to add to your learning experience
• Receive the seminar recording to watch back and reflect on
• Gain 3 CPD points by attending an online seminar
All clinicians know what they mean by ‘depth of anaesthesia’, but are we guessing the patient is “asleep” and hoping all is well? The NAP5 report highlighted that limitations do exist in standard clinical care and produced recommendations of how care could be improved.
Research shows that ‘general anaesthesia’ is highly complex, and far from a clear-cut awake/asleep binary condition that many clinicians believe. Information derived from EEG monitoring during sedation/anaesthesia and neurophysiology/neuroimaging studies confirms this complexity.
Clinicians want certainty from monitoring devises to make relevant decisions, but this seminar will explain why such confidence is unavailable if using pEEG in a “follow the number” manner. The purpose of this seminar is to give a clinically orientated guide to effective use of pEEG devices during general anaesthesia. The use of such devices in critical care environments will not be addressed.
You may also be interested in Online seminar: Neuromuscular blockade: enhancing clinical practice being run on the same day, Tuesday 21 July 13:00-16:00 giving you a full day of CPD!
This online seminar is kindly sponsored by:
ProgrammeOrganiser and chair
: Dr David Mulvey, Derby
• Avoiding awareness - lessons from NAPS
- Dr Alastair Nimmo, Edinburgh
• Processed EEG - the basics
- Dr David Mulvey, Derby
• How do I get the best from my pEEG device?
- Dr Peter Klepsch, Bristol
• Anaesthesia - can there ever be too much of a good thing?
- Dr Mark Barley, Nottingham • Cases presentations and discussions
- All faculty
Joining the online seminar
You can log in from the comfort of your own home, your office, or any where else that is convenient. All you need is a decent internet connection and a quiet room. We encourage all delegates to attend online seminars live to ensure you get the most out of the learning experience and interaction with the speakers.
Please ignore questions about access and dietary requirements during the booking process. Further details will be sent automatically via email. We will also be sending a link to a Moodle page with further resources for the seminar. Please ensure the email we have for you is correct, and remember to check for updates in that email account in the week prior to the webinar.