Dr Samantha Black discusses Imposter Syndrome and her reservations about applying for the Patient Information Lead role.
ST6, Dr Matt Bigwood at the University Hospital, Leicester discuses the importance of the No Trace = Wrong Place campaign.
RCoA President, Fiona Donald highlights some recent work that the Policy team at the College has been doing to advocate for the specialty.
The College recently released a report entitled Respect, Valued, Retained – working together to improve retention in anaesthesia, and to mark the launch our Vice President, Professor William Harrop - Griffiths hosted a roundtable with some knowledgeable and distinguished colleagues.
Dr Mark Dixon is a Consultant Anaesthetist at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust. His blog explores the environmental impact of anaesthetists personal and professional choices and how everybody can reduce their carbon footprint.
This Black History Month has been a veritable feast of content – there has been something for all tastes and much to explore.
Pauline Elliott, Chair of the Royal College of Anaesthetists Lay Committee, meets up with her friend, Joe. They discuss how Joe can prepare for his knee operation.
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’.