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Day 1 - Thursday 23 September 2021

Time Programme item
08:00-09:00
Registration / Tea & coffee / Exhibition / Networking / View the posters
09:00-09:15

Stream A
Welcome address
09:30-10:00 Keynote
Ailing health: artificial intelligence in healthcare
Prof Hugh Montgomery, Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University College London

10:00-11:15
Stream A Stream B  Stream C
T1a: Wellbeing
T1b: High Flow Nasal Oxygen (HFNO)
T1c: Exhibition showcase
Chair: Dr Peter Young, Elected Member, Association of Anaesthetists
10:00-10:20
Compassionate leadership 
Dr Rebecca Viney
HFNO - what is the mechanism
Dr Andy Lumb, Leeds
Check out the latest on what industry have to offer, presented by Association Board members

 
 
 
10:20-10:40
  HFNO after surgery
Dr Melissa Earwalker
10:40-11:00
  Pre-oxygenation with HFNO
Dr Malin Jonsson-Fagerlund, Stockholm, Sweden
11:00-11:15
Discussion
Discussion
11:15-12:00
Tea & coffee / Exhibition / Networking / View the posters
12:00-13:15

Stream A Stream B Stream C
T2a: Emergencies: the big three
T2b: Trainee session
T2c: Oral presentations: case series / reports
12:00-12:20 Hip fracture
Dr Nicolai Bang Foss, Copenhagen, Denmark



 


 
12:20-12:40
Laparotomy
Dr Sarah Hare, Medway
 
12:40-13:00
Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA)
Dr Mark Stoneham, Oxford

13:00-13:15
Discussion
Discussion
13:15-14:45
Lunch / Exhibition / Networking / View the posters
14:45-16:00
Stream A
Stream B Stream C
T3a: Addiction
T3b: Environment and sustainability
T3c: Oral presentations: original research
14:45-15:05
Doctors
Dr Eilsih Gilvarry 
Holistic sustainability and ethical procurement
Dr Mahmood Bhutta, London


 


 
15:05-15:25
Preoperative management of the opioid addicted patient
TBC
Nitros oxide project
Dr Alifia Chakera
15:25-15:45
A personal view
Dr Colin Baird
Industrial ecology - improving environmental infrastructure
Prof Cassandra Thiel, New York, USA
15:45-16:00
  Discussion
16:00-16:45
Tea & coffee / Exhibition / Networking / View the posters
16:45-17:15

Stream A
John Snow Lecture
Dr Laura Duggan, Vancouver, Canada
17:20-18:35
T4a: Anaesthesia 75th Anniversary Session
17:20-17:35
Deaths associated with anaesthesia - what have we learnt since the 1950’s?
Prof Mike Irwin, Hong Kong
17:35-17:50
Assessment of pain - what have we learnt since the 1970’s?
Dr Helen Laycock, London
17:50-18:05
Epidurals - what have we learnt since the 1960's?
TBC
18:05-18:20
Grading the view of the larynx - what have we learnt since the 1980’s?
Dr Laura Duggan, Vancouver, Canada
18:20-18:35
Discussion 
18:35
Close of day 1

Day 2 - Friday 24 September 2021

Time Programme Item 
08:00-09:00 Registration / Exhibition / Networking / View the posters 
 
09:00-10:15

 
Stream A Stream B
 Stream C
F1a: Anaesthesia session F1b: Mythbusting and controversies in anaesthesia and intensive care F1c: Oral presentations: audit & surveys
09:00-09:15 What is aerosol and how is it generated and measured? 
Dr Jules Brown, Bristol 
(09:00-09:20) Fill the tank or squeeze the tank - fluid or vasopressors?
Dr Ashley Miller, Shrewsbury
 
09:15-09:30 Aerosol boxes, drapes and other barriers - fad or fashion?
TBC
09:30-09:45

Aerosol generating procedures - evidence for and against

Prof Tim Cook, Bath

(09:20-09:40) Advance Trauma Life Support (ATLS) - a historical relic
Dr Matthew Wiles, Sheffield
09:40-10:00
Anaesthesia Top 10 and paper of the year
Dr Seema Agarwal, Manchester
(09:40-10:00) All intensivists should be trained in ultrasound
TBC
10:00-10:15 Discussion Discussion
10:20-11:35 Stream A  Stream B  Stream C
F2a: Risky buisness  F2b: Clinical Directors session F2c: Independent practice
10:20-10:40 Bayes and the fragility of clinical research
Dr Mike Charlesworth, Manchester
  Challenges for independent practice in the post-COVID era
Dr Richard Packard, London
10:40-11:00 Communication of risk 
TBC
  NHS and independent sector partnerships during covid and beyond
Dr Howard Freeman, London
11:00-11:20 The perils of perception
Dr Kelly Beaver
   
11:20-11:35 Discussion Discussion Discussion
11:35-12:20 Exhibition / Networking / View the posters
12:20-12:30
Stream A
Honours and awards
12:30-13:00 Featherstone Oration
Prof Matthew Wilson, Sheffield

13:00-14:30 Lunch / Exhibition / Networking / View the posters             
14:30-15:30 Stream A 
Panel discussion 
Dr Mike Nathanson, President, Association of Anaesthetists
Dr Divya Raviraj, Chair, Trainee Committee
15:35-15:50 Prizes and awards
15:50-16:35 Annual Members Meeting
 
16:35-17:35

 
Stream A
Stream B Stream C
F3a: Debate: admission to critical care is resource limited? F3b: SAS session F3c: Organ donation
16:35-16:50

Pro: Dr Peter Young, London

Con: Dr Dan Harvey, Nottingham








 

The rise of UK organ donation after circulatory death
Dr Dale Gardiner, Nottingham
16:50-17:05
Practical ethical framework for organ donation 
17:05-17:20
Optimisation of the organ donor, ethical considerations
17:20-17:35 Discussion Discussion
17:35 Close of conference