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Friday 26th April 2024


Sandy Park Conference Centre
Sandy Park Way Exeter


£250 - Members
£200 - Trainee members
£370 - Non-members
£125 - Retired members


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

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 Exeter on Friday 26 April 2024 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. The organiser is Dr Ed McIlroy.

Intended audience

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

Learning objectives

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Programme topics and speakers

Challenging behaviours and toxic culture - Mr Simon Fleming, Sydney

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and non cardiac surgery- Dr Paul Harris, Exeter

Electroencephalography for the Generalist Anaesthetist - Sqn Ldr. Alice Jamie Humphreys, Plymouth

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea a growing problem - Dr Gregory Warren, Exeter

I am older, I am less fit, what else matters, and how much? - Dr John Carlisle, Torbay

Prehabilitation - What's new and what's happening in the South West - Dr Helen Anderson, Plymouth

Anaesthetic Associates and the Anaesthetic Workforce -Dr Paul Thomas, Exeter

NAP 7, top tips to avoid a Peri-operative cardiac arrest - Dr Emira Kursumovic, Bath

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