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Thursday 9 November 2023


The Association Of Anaesthetists
21 Portland Place London


In-person fees:

£215 - Members
£170 - Trainee Members
£440 - Non-members
£107.50 - Retired Members

Online fees:

£175 - Members
£130 - Trainee Members
£400 - Non-members
£67.50 - Retired Members


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We're looking for new seminar material, both lecture and workshop based.

What is a seminar

The Association is the UK’s leading provider of postgraduate education for all pathways into Anaesthesia. The Association’s seminar programme features leading experts in anaesthesia, critical care and pain medicine presenting the latest information and thinking on a variety of key anaesthesia topics. Our seminars are designed to focus on a specific field of interest within anaesthesia and help to build on specialist interests. They offer an intimate learning environment, with a maximum of 50 delegates attending each. Keeping the numbers low encourages delegate and faculty interaction.

About this seminar

New for 2023, this seminar will be run as a hybrid event, allowing delegates to join online as well as in-person at our 21 Portland Place venue. Online delegates will join via zoom and will be sent a link in the run up to the seminar. 

Aimed at all anaesthetists, this seminar will discuss common issues and tips for success. With a wide range of topics covering peri-operative problems, controversies and NOACs, as well as the Association of Anaesthetists guidelines on hip fracture, this day is not to be missed.

Intended audience

Aimed at anaesthetists with an interest in Hip fracture care. Consultant anaesthetists, trainee anaesthetists (ST3+), SAS anaeathetists. 

Learning objectives

Coming soon.

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Programme topics and speakers

Dr Vidhya Nair, Leeds

Basics & Controversies of Hip Fracture Surgery
Mr Ben Brooke, Halifax

DrEaMing and Hip Fracture Care
Prof Ramani Moonsinghe, London

Using the 2023 NHFD report and the REDUCE study to improve service organisation in the post-COVID era
Dr Antony Johansen, Cardiff

DOAC's, Dangerous Delays and a Delphi 
Dr Amy Mayor, Huddersfield  

How to anaesthetise for a frailty fracture 
Dr Dom Hurford, Llantrisant

Silver Trauma
Dr Nicholas Freeman, Leeds

What does the data say? 
Prof Iain Moppett, Nottingham

Periprosthetic Fractures
Dr Cliff Shelton, Manchester