Dr Jugdeep Dhesi discusses why national audits, such as NELA, are a powerful tool that allow us to see what is happening to our ‘real-life’ patients, to identify gaps in our local services and to share best practice.
Dr Anna-Maria Rollin explains the power of good communication between anaesthetists and patients.
With nominations to College Council open until 19 October 2020, Dr Claire Mallinson explains why being on Council is not only personally rewarding, but offers the chance to serve the specialty and “give something back to the profession”.
Hear from one of the compendium editors, Dr Maria Chereshneva, why you should use the new Raising the Standards: RCoA Quality Improvement Compendium, what's new, and how it can revolutionise your practice.
Fiona Donald and Elena Fabbrani elaborate on why our members' responses to the College's COVID-19 surveys have been vital to bring about change.
Dr Helgi Johannsson recounts how managing a global pandemic and encountering moving experiences when caring for severely ill patients over the past months have shaped him and his anaesthetic colleagues.
Academy CEO Alastair Henderson provides insights into the background and practical purpose of their recent statement on 'Preparing for COVID-19 surges and winter', especially for anaesthetists and intensivists.
Dr James Prentis recounts how his pre-assessment work supporting patients in the process of stopping smoking had to adjust due to COVID-19.
Dr Sethina Watson elaborates on her experience as a black anaesthetist in training.