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Tuesday 19 October 2021 18:00 - 20:00 (Login available 17:45)


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Trainess - £0
Non Members - £56


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About this webinar

This webinar is being put on in association with RA-UK.

Login will be available from 17:45, but the broadcast will not start until 18:00.

The use of regional anaesthesia in peri-operative practice has increased due to the use of ultrasound and the introduction of novel techniques. However, the true benefits of new approaches remain areas of investigation and debate. In this webinar, world experts and inventors of modern techniques will juxtapose new and old blocks, highlighting the state of the art in our understanding. This webinar is aimed at all anaesthetists of all grades, including those who do not routinely perform regional anaesthesia in their daily practice.

Joining the webinar 

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. If you are unable to attend live do not worry, you will be automatically sent the recording 24 hours after the webinar whether you attend or not. 

Please ignore questions about access and dietary requirements during the booking process. Joining details will be sent automatically via email - 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. 

Organisers: Prof Andrew Klein, Cambridge and Dr Amit Pawa, RA-UK
: Dr Kariem El-Boghdadly, London

The paravertebral block - Dr Amit Pawa, Past President RA-UK
The ESP block - Prof Ki-Jinn Chin, University of Toronto, Canada
Where we currently stand with interpectoral/pecto-serratus plane blocks - Prof Nadia Hernandez, McGovern Medical School, Texas, USA
The PENG block - Prof Philip Peng, University of Toronto, Canada
Where we currently stand with epidural analgesia - Dr Rosie Hogg, Belfast