PERIOPMAN 2022 VIRTUAL EVENT (+ CALL FOR ABSTRACTS) 5 CPD POINTS Friday 18th March 2022 09:00 – 16:30 UK (GMT) PeriopMan would like to warmly invite you to its flagship annual international event This event is also welcoming Abstract Submissions (see more below) The whole day event is composed of the following 4 sessions: Perioperative Update Keynote Lecture Virtual Perioperative Medicine Technology in Anaesthesia This year we have an exciting line-up speakers from around the world including sessions from: DR. SIMON BLUHN Hannover, Germany “Advanced BIS Interpretation” PROF. MICHELLE CHEW Linköping, Sweden “Perioperative Myocardial Injury” PROF. ROBERT GREIF Bern, Switzerland “Prediction of Difficult Airway in 2022” DR. RICHARD NOVAK Stanford, California, USA “Robotics in Anaesthesia” DR. JANE QUINLAN Oxford,
External Event: Western Anaesthesia Symposium – 25th and 26th March 2022 – Glenlo Abbey Hotel Galway
The Western Anaesthesia Society is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 41st Western Anaesthesia Symposium 2022! WAS 2022 will take place on 25th-26th March 2022 in Glenlo Abbey Hotel, Galway in person! Check out the link for registration and symposium programme here ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR THE O'BEIRNE-COSTELLO MEDAL COMPETITION IS 7th MARCH 2022 ! Please find abstract submission guidelines [PDF] attached. Looking forward to seeing you in Galway! Best wishes, Western Anaesthesia Society
Curlew. Conservation Status Red. © 2019 BirdWatch Ireland The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland is pleased to call for abstracts to be submitted in a new category – ‘Sustainable Healthcare’. Abstracts relating to any aspects of sustainability within healthcare are welcome. BBraun have graciously agreed to sponsor a prize in this category which will be known as ‘The Curlew Prize’. The Irish curlew population has hugely declined in recent decades and is in danger of disappearing. The college wishes
The list of successful candidates for this examination is as follows:
CAI: New roles: Director of Technology Enhanced Learning and Clinical Lead for Simulation-based Training.
As the training of doctors becomes competency-based, the role of simulation and other forms of technology enhanced learning (TEL) have become even more important and widely adopted by Training Bodies. The College of Anaesthesiologists in Ireland plans to enhance its TEL capacity and use of simulation-based training in the coming years. This will enable the College to offer quantifiably effective training, valid and reliable assessment and individualised feedback to trainees and to doctors maintaining professional competence. Although TEL offers only one element of a first class training programme, it provides the capability