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Key Details

Date

Wednesday 11 September 2024

Location

The Association Of Anaesthetists
21 Portland Place London
W1B 1PY

Fees

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

 

Programme

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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 45 delegates attending each. Keeping the numbers low encourages delegate and faculty interaction.

About this seminar

This one-day seminar will provide an in-depth insight into the perioperative care of the patient undergoing cancer surgery. Topics covered will include the evaluation and preparation of patients, the evidence base for anaesthesia techniques and post operative care of the cancer patient. Anaesthesia for head and neck cancer surgery, oesophagogastrectomy, HPB and abdominopelvic surgery will aslo be covered along with enhanced recovery after surgery.

Organisers: Dr Rachael Reddall, Prof William Fawcett

Intended audience

Aimed at anaesthetists with an interest in anaesthesia for cancer surgery. Consultant anaesthetists, trainee anaesthetists (ST3+), SAS anaesthetists. 

Learning objectives

Coming soon.

Sponsors and exhibitors

N/A

Programme topics and speakers

Please see the draft programme in the 'key details' section.