ANZCA Annual Scientific Meeting 2019

Date: 
Mon, 29/04/2019 to Fri, 03/05/2019
Location: 
Royal College of Anaesthetists
Availability: 
Available soon

The Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) and the Faculty of Pain Medicine Refresher Course Day, is taking place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on Monday, April 29 to Friday, May 3, 2019.

Kuala Lumpur sets the scene for the theme of the meeting “New Worlds. Come Explore”. The city conveys a sense of the old, as it is surrounded by ancient rainforests, but also provides a window into the future by standing tall as a magnificently modern and energetic city that confidently represents a “new world”. Combine this with Kuala Lumpur’s many exotic sounds, vibrant colours, top culinary offerings and amazing shopping, with a little bit of imagination, delegates may indeed virtually teleport to worlds that they have not explored before.

The conference promises to be a truly international event with more than 1500 delegates from all over the world expected to attend. In a first for an ANZCA ASM, the meeting will be co-badged with the Royal College of Anaesthetists (UK), the College of Anaesthetists of Ireland and the College of Anaesthesiologists, Academy of Medicine Malaysia. With this leap forward, the 2019 ASM has an exciting line-up of international and Australasian experts who will challenge, engage and explore the “new worlds/frontiers” that face anaesthetists. Delegates will be able to attend high quality plenary, major concurrent and special interest group sessions, showcasing the latest research and clinical advances from Australasia and abroad. Hands-on workshops including emergency response training and master classes will complement a thought-provoking scientific program.

 

 

 

 

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