There are three major conferences every year:
WSM, Trainee Conference and Annual Congress
High-quality anaesthesia education, in an interactive, bite-size format
Basic Transthoracic Echocardiography (TTE) & Peri-operative Ultrasound
Book today, 8-9 July 2021
A series of short, bite-sized education videos. New content added every Wednesday.
Paediatric CC and Surgical review
Wednesday 15 July
Patient Blood Management (PBM) after the COVID-19 surge
Tuesday 23 June
A guide for training programme directors in
anaesthesia and intensive care medicine
‘Contemporary Classics’ is a new limited monthly series of articles, commissioned to celebrate the journal's 75th anniversary.
New guideline: Breastfeeding safe after anaesthesia
Sterility concerns about Becton-Dickinson equipment
Risk of COVID-19 from aerosols to healthcare workers
Pulse Oximetry Measurement
Fatigue puts you, your colleagues and your patients at risk. There are a number of ways you can help to fight the culture of fatigue in hospitals.
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Don't let disability stop you from becoming an anaesthetist. Doctors with physical or mental health conditions can make excellent health workers and often have the benefit of being able to empathise more with patients.
The Equality Act 2010 is there to help stop you being discriminated against. The act ensures that employers have a duty to make adjustments in the workplace for staff with disabilities.
Use the BMA guide for Reasonable adjustments for students and doctors with disabilities for more information.
I hesitated to write this piece having never really considered myself as having a disability, but after a bit of reflection I've decided to share my experience in the hope it might help somehow.
Early in my anaesthesia training I attended a seminar at the Association of Anaesthetists, where a study comparing the psychological traits of anaesthetists and physicians was discussed.
Had I been told that at 27 years of age I’d have life experiences that few others could imagine I would have answered with a mixture of curiosity and intrigue. My path had always seemed such a well-trodden one.
After changing into theatre scrubs, another day of anaesthetic work ahead of me, I go to the anaesthetic room to start preparing my drugs. Not too long ago, all this looked impossible.