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Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 January 2025


Hull Institute of Learning and Simulation
Clinical Skills Building Hull Royal Infirmary Fountain St Hull


Member - £430
Non member - £725
Trainee member - £340

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What is a SAFE Paediatrics course

The SAFE Paediatrics course was originally designed to be delivered to anaesthesia providers in low and middle-income countries. In 2019, to fulfil a local need for paediatric anaesthesia training, the manual and course were significantly modified to suit anaesthetists in Great Britain and Ireland.

This course is aimed to provide introductory or refresher training for anaesthetists covering the essential management of paediatric elective surgical patients and also for commonly occurring situations within paediatric emergency and critical care.

For more information and to view past programmes see our dedicated SAFE Paediatric courses page.

About this course

After success in 2023/24, the SAFE Paediatrics course will run in Yorkshire in January 2025. A two-day course (Tuesay 7 January 2025 and Wednesday 8 January 2025) at the Hull Institute of Learning and Simulation, this course has been developed by specialist paediatric anaesthetists from the UK and US.

Don't miss the opportunity to gain CPD local to you!

Lectures include:

More information around lecture content will be available shortly.

Hands-on workshops include:

More information around workshop content will be available shortly.

Intended audience

This course is suitable for occasional paediatric anaesthetists & anaesthetic trainees. Over the two-days, you will learn about the basic concepts in paediatric anaesthesia, focusing on UK paediatric anaesthesia practice and common scenarios faced by anaesthetists in well-resourced environments.

Learning objectives

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We may share your contact details with the venue who will only contact you with regards to the course. By booking, you agree to sharing your contact details, if you would rather not have your details shared then please email [email protected] to let us know 

Programme topics and speakers

Full programme details will be available shortly. Please see an example of a programme attached.