The Annual Congress of Anaesthesiology 2024
The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland and the Faculty of Pain Medicine will be hosting the Congress of Anaesthesiology on the 23rd and 24th of May 2024 at UCD. The Congress will be in person this year. During the two-day conference, we will welcome high-profile national and international speakers.Register here
Workshop sessions: €70 per workshop
Registrations for workshops will open early 2024.
We have seven workshops during the Annual Congress.
- Reflective Practice workshop: Thursday 23rd May 08.00-09.30
- Airways workshop: Thursday 23rd May 09.30-12.30
- SIM wars: Thursday 23rd May 12.45-13.45
- ISRA workshop: Thursday 23rd May 13.30-16.00
- Essentials of QI- How to get started on your QI project: Friday 24th May 07.30-9.30
- PoCUS workshop: Friday 24th May 09.30-12.30
- TIVA workshop: Friday 19th May 13.30-16.30
Annual Congress 2024 – E-posters
We are now accepting submissions for E-Posters
Candidates must forward their submissions as an e-poster by Friday 29th March 2024 using the approved e-poster template (link above)
Applications submitted after the deadline will not be considered.
All E-posters must be submitted via our website only. We will not be accepting submissions through email.
The sub-specialty headings/categories are as follows:
- Intensive Care
- Original Research**
- Pain Medicine
- Perioperative Medicine
- Paediatric Anaesthesia
- Regional Anaesthesia
You can download the guidelines here: E-poster Guidelines
E-posters must be submitted as a single PowerPoint slide, in a landscape 16:9 format. Only PowerPoint files will be accepted.
We are now accepting submissions for the Delaney Medal 2024.
A medal commemorating the late Dr Edmund Delaney will be awarded for a presentation on a subject related to anesthetic practice, submitted by a trainee in anaesthesia for work carried out in Ireland.
*Previous winners of the medal may not apply and no trainee may submit more than one application.
To maintain anonymity, the applications must have been submitted under a ‘non de plume’ abstract form and a normal abstract form. The application must be written in such a way as to avoid giving any clue as to the name or place of work of the author. you can find the application forms below.
There is no maximum word count or reference limit but contents must not exceed an A4 page with 1-inch margins. This limit can be all text or some of the text can be replaced with one display item.
Applications must be submitted on the understanding that they are original and have not previously been published or presented at any scientific meetings.
Applications must be submitted by email to email@example.com by Friday 29th March 2024 at 4 pm.
For further information contact Irene at firstname.lastname@example.orgAbstract form non de plume Delaney Medal Abstract Form
We would like to acknowledge and thank all participating companies below who will help to make the CAI & FPM Annual Congress of Anaesthesiology 2024 a great success.
Please do not forget to interact with our Sponsors by visiting their stands and/or engaging in a conversation.
If you are interested in exhibiting at the Annual Congress 2024, please get in touch with Ms Juliana Gonzalez at email@example.com.