The Royal College of Anaesthetists

 
Anaesthesia is the largest single hospital specialty in the NHS. The Royal College of Anaesthetists is the professional body responsible for the specialty throughout the UK, and it ensures the quality of patient care through the maintenance of standards in anaesthesia, critical care and pain medicine.

 

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Election to the RCoA Welsh Board 2018: Nominations

Nominations for election to the Welsh Board of the Royal College of Anaesthetists are now open. The vacancies and timetable are set out below....

RCoA response to HEE workforce strategy

Responding to the publication of Health Education England’s (HEE’s) draft health and care workforce strategy for England to 2027, Dr Liam Brennan,...

Joint initiative launched to address the impact of fatigue on doctors

Following the tragic death of an anaesthetic trainee who fell asleep while driving home after a hospital night shift, the Royal College of...

Cultural change in NHS needed to address low morale across NHS...

Cultural changes are needed across the NHS to effectively address issues of poor welfare and morale among doctors in training for all specialties,...

Consultation into regulation of MAPs - RCoA response

The Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) is pleased that the Department of Health has taken the decision to consult on the regulation of Medical...

 

This year the RCoA will celebrate 25 years since gaining its Royal Charter. Click here for further information on all our planned activities.

 

 

The College is committed to developing a collaborative programme for the delivery of perioperative care across the UK. Watch our short film, read our vision document, and share your views.

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