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Tuesday 21 March 2023


Novotel Birmingham Centre
70 Broad Street Birmingham
B1 2HT


£225 - Members
£140 - Trainee members
£310 - Non-members
£112.50 - Retired members


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What is Core Topics?

The Association is the UK’s leading provider of postgraduate education for all pathways into Anaesthesia.

Keep up to date with essential topics in anaesthesia and gain important CPD by attending out Core Topics meetings. Central to the Association's educational programme, these are one day meetings held at different locations are the UK and Ireland. Discover what's new, share ideas and network with with peers in these interactive sessions.

About this Core Topics

Join us in Birmingham on Tuesday 21 March 2023 for the latest updates in anaesthesia. It will be an interesting day full of presentations from local and regional speakers who are experts in their field.

Intended audience

Aimed at anaesthetists local to the region. Consultant anaesthetists, trainee anaesthetists (ST3+), SAS anaesthetists

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Programme topics and speakers

Do not miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to get CPD local to you!

Drs Nick Murphy and Laura Tasker have created a fantastic programme included in "key details". 

Here are the details of each presentation:

5 papers this year - Dr Jaimin Patel, University Hospitals Birmingham
Anaesthesia anf surgery in the very elderly - Dr James Cuell, Univeristy Hospitals Birmingham
Prehabilitation for major surgery - Dr Jim Brunning, Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham
Anaesthesia for burns - Dr Tomasz Torlinshi, University Hospitals Birmingham
Anaesthesia for the jaundiced patient - Dr Arif Arshad, University Hospitals Birmingham
Child retrieval service - Dr Arun Ghose, University Hospitals Birmingham
hats new in resuscitation - Dr Andy Owen, University Hospitals Birmingham
Major trauma update - Dr Robb Moss, University Hospitals Birmingham