Dr Sarah Muldoon, RCoA Council member, representing Anaesthetists in Training talks about what motivated her to run for Council and encourages those thinking about nominating themselves to do just that.
RCoA Vice-President, Professor William Harrop-Griffiths recaps a discussion with Dawn Chamberlain and Dr Cian Wade on a recently launched report entitled ‘10 lessons learnt from COVID-19’.
Dr Mitul Patel is a Clinical Fellow at Guys & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and in his blog gives sage advice to those Anaesthetists in Training pursuing a CT3.
As part of South Asian Heritage month, RCoA Council member Dr Ashwini Keshkamat discusses the importance of diverse voices to help encourage SAS doctors to consider running for RCoA Council.
To celebrate South Asian Heritage Month, Dr Ramai Santhirapala reflects on what South Asian culture means to her and how it informs her work.
Dr Abrie Theron is Clinical Director at the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. He’s a member of RCoA Council and is passionate about perioperative care. Here, he reflects on how Cardiff managed the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr Andrew Hartle was the first out gay President of the Association of Anaesthetists, and co-opted member of the RCoA Council. Here, he writes about his experiences co-chairing his Trust’s LGBTQ+ network, its challenges and his hopes for the future.
Professor Neil Mortensen is President of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He writes about how anaesthetists are needed to tackle the unprecedented backlog in elective surgery.
To celebrate Pride month, Iain Smart continues his series on LGBTQ+ history by looking at London’s gay bars.