ACSA Clinical Reviewer Training Day


Date: Thursday 12th April 2018

Location: Royal College of Anaesthetists


Event information:

Talks include information on how to be an effective ACSA clinical reviewer with details on what to expect and how to prepare.  Speakers are current ACSA reviewers, members of the Quality Management of Service Group (QMSG) who oversee the ACSA process and clinical leads from ACSA accredited departments.

Please note: this event is open to approved ACSA clinical reviewers only. 

If you are interested in becoming an ACSA reviewer please contact to find out more.

Application forms are available on the documents for reviewers resource page.


Delivering Anaesthesia Safely


Date: Friday 20th April 2018

Location: Royal College of Anaesthetists


Event information:

Safety is one of the most important aspects in your role as an anaesthetist. This event will provide a helpful refresher on the must-know guidelines, latest evidence and best practice.

Key areas covered:

  • What’s new in safety
  • Measures to maintain safety including GPAS, ACSA, AAGBI safety guidelines and WHO initiatives
  • Factors that impact safety such as fatigue, ageing anaesthetists and stress.

Learning from mistakes is recognised as one of the best ways of embedding new procedures and dealing with safety in the long term. Our expert speakers will share case-studies of their experience, giving you a greater understanding of the national and international initiatives in existence.

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