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Barema & Association Environment Award

Barema & Association Environment Award

This award recognises excellence in sustainability within the specialty and industry partners to champion a greener anaesthesia agenda.

In 2014, the Association of Anaesthetists linked with Barema, the Association for Anaesthetic and Respiratory Device Suppliers to establish the award.

  • The award is for the single best initiative or project related to anaesthesia, intensive care or pain management that has had and will continue to have a measurable beneficial effect on the environment
  • The winner will receive a cash prize and a grant for further support and development of the project
  • The winner will be invited to present their work at Annual Congress 2019

Judging criteria:

  • Relevance: is what is proposed a distinctive contribution of the specialty to environmental sustainability in healthcare?
  • Innovation: is what is proposed new or distinctive?
  • Sustainability: can what is proposed be embedded in mainstream practice?
  • Replicability: can what is proposed be delivered or adapted in other locations or settings?
  • Scaleability: can what is proposed be delivered on a larger scale?
  • Strategic priorities: does the proposal align with Association's strategic priorities?


Frequency - x1

Funding partners - Association of Anaesthetists and Barema

Application deadline - 23:59 on 31 May 2019

Submit your completed application form to secretariat@anaesthetists.org

Download your application form

Past recipients of the Barema & Association Environment Award

2018     Raising awareness of the benefits and reduced environmental impact of paediatric total intravenous anaesthesia - Drs Brooks and Dunn - Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (article can be found in Anaesthesia News February 2019, page 6)

2017

Insensible (non-sensible) water loss - Drs Jeanes,  Douglass, and  Yentis - Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

2015

RecoMed trial at Queen Victoria Hospital NHS