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Other activities:

Thursday Evening - Annual Trainee Dinner

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Thursday 8 July 2021

Start Time: 19:00 drinks reception, 19:30 call to dinner

Finish: 23:00

Location: Wylam Brewery, Palace of Arts Exhibition

Cost: £48 

  • A chance to meet with colleagues old and new
  • Sample delicious street food and drink
  • Held at  Wylam Brewery, a 30-barrel micro brewery located in Palace of Arts Exhibition Park

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Workshops

All workshops will be provided free to those booked to attend the conference in person. Workshops will not be available to those delegates attending virtually. Booking is not required, however there are limited numbers for each workshop. Access to the workshops will be on a first come first serve basis until the capacity is reached.

Please fill in the survey monkey to register your interest in which workshops you may want to attend to help us ensure adequate capacities. If you have any questions please email events@anaesthetists.org.

Thursday 8 July

 10:00-11:00 Obstetrics 
An interactive workshop covering difficult obstetric cases, the use of ultrasound in regional anaesthesia in obstetrics and what an obstetrician wants you to know about obstetrics.
 11:45-12:45 Difficult Airways
You are able to view the DAS Guidelines here 
 14:50-15:50 Difficult Airways
You are able to view the DAS Guidelines here
 16:35-17:45 How to become a mentor

Friday 9 July 

 09:00-10:30 Depth of Anaesthesia Monitoring/Pain Monitorning (supported by Medtronic) 
 11:50-13:20 Neonatal Stabilisation in a DGH
 14:55-15:55 ST3 interview
 16:30-17:30 Introduction to SusQI (Sustainable quality improvement) 
An introduction on what sustainable quality improvement is with a worked example of how to incorporate this methodology into your routine practice.  Shifting the focus of quality improvement away from traditional metrics and widening the lens to incorporate assessment of all aspects of the triple bottom line to ensure that we are truly adding (and measuring) value of the healthcare that we provide.