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“The challenge for the 21st century anaesthesia leaders will be to bridge the widening gap in practice and education within the specialty whilst at the same time increasing its safety” – Professor Anneke EE Meursing, Former President, World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists
Responding to the demands of an ageing population with increasingly complex needs, anaesthesia faces ever more challenging times. Equally, as NHS Trusts continue to operate with significant financial constraints, and must do more with less, big questions of recruitment and retention of anaesthetists present themselves. As important is an ability to see the bigger picture and giving anaesthetists the opportunity to embrace technology and innovation and promote leadership and development within the profession. Clear paths of development are crucial to addressing these issues and allowing the profession to be as forward-thinking as necessary as they face these challenging times.
Feedback from previous conferences includes:
“I found it inspiring motivating and would like to attend every year to keep myself well informed of the new developments and changes. It was also multidisciplinary and had a chance to see new technology and new drugs on display with special emphasis on patient safety”
Join us for the Supporting the Anaesthesia Workforce Conference, where you will address the major challenges facing the profession, including recruitment and retention, patient safety, quality improvement and how best to support the workforce to embrace increasing technological innovation and deliver better outcomes. You will also have the opportunity to learn from and network with speakers and colleagues for across the speciality as well as attending breakout sessions focusing on different areas within anaesthesia to collaboratively address major issues and clinical questions. This conference is suitable for anaesthetists at all stages of their careers and promises to bring together professionals from across different sub-specialities and across the country.
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08:30 - 9:30
Registration and refreshments
Opening remarks from chair
Supporting Anaesthesiologists to Deliver Better Outcomes: Improving Quality and Ensuring Safety in Perioperative Medicine
Human Factors and Consistency in Patient Safety
Dawn Stott, Chief Executive, The Association for Perioperative Practice
Addressing Workforce and System Challenges across Anaesthesia
Questions and discussion
Refreshments, exhibition and networking
Ensuring Quality Standards: Sharing Learning and Improvement
Tim Cooper, Director, The Quality Review Service
Movement to Breakout Sessions
Focusing on Different Specialities with Anaesthesia
Perioperative Medicine and Pain Management
Lunch and Networking
The Way Forward: Leadership and Development for Anaesthesiologists
Dr Nancy Redfern, Consultant Anaesthetist, Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Seeing the Bigger Picture: Technology and Innovation in Anaesthetics and Intensive Care
Dr John Jeans, Anaesthetist, Imperial College Healthcare Trust
Questions and Discussion
Case Study: Patient Experience of Anaesthetic and Intensive Care
Closing remarks from chair
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