Delivering Anaesthesia Safely

Fri, 20/04/2018
£200 (£150 for RCoA registered trainees)
CPD Credits Anticipated: 
Places available
Clinical Content Lead (s): 
Dr Ramana Alladi and Dr Akbar Vohra


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.

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.

Topics covered:

  •  Historical Perspective: Just how safe is anaesthesia anyway?
  • Fatigue: Avoiding it and managing it
  • Ageing anaesthetists: What is to be done?
  • Legal implications of safety failures
  • GPAS, ACSA and AAGBI safety guidelines
  • WHO’s third safety challenge – medication safety
  • Closing the loop: Turning safety incidents into learning opportunities
  • Safety: Mandatory standards, top-down culture or both?
  • Creating safety culture in the anaesthetic department

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