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
Calling all anaesthetists and allergists interested in perioperative anaphylaxis!!
This seminar will be an opportunity to meet others in the field, network with allergy specialists, and learn more about the topic. Find out whats happening in the UK to improve care for patients with suspected allergy, understand the problems in this area, and be part of the solutions!!
We welcome anaesthetists of any grade and with any level of experience in perioperative allergy.
Aimed at anaesthetists, allergists and Immunologists
(all levels of seniority)
Any allergists will be able to apply for the members fee, please email [email protected]
- Find out what the perioperative allergy network has been doing in the last 12 months
- Learn about unusual and emerging allergens in the perioperative setting
- Learn more about the management of real-life ’tricky cases’
- Find out how the Perioperative Allergy Safety System (PASS) works
- Gain better understanding of the challenges facing allergists and anaesthetists - mast cell disorders, reading the anaesthetic chart and more!
Sponsors and exhibitors
Organiser: Dr Louise Savic, Leeds
Presentation and discussion of some real-life ’tricky cases’, emphasising the benefits of collaboration between anaesthetists and allergy specialists
Pro-con debate on the use of cephalosporins in patients with a label of penicillin allergy: is it safe for everyone?
Introduction to emerging and unusual allergens to watch out for in the perioperative setting
Parallel sessions for anaesthetists and allergy specialists: an opportunity for anaesthetists to learn about mast cell disorders and allergy mimics, and allergy specialists to learn about the physiological effects of anaesthetic drugs and surgery, and how to interpret the anaesthetic chart.