The College is delighted to announce details of awards from the May 2021 meeting of the Nominations Committee.
This guide has been developed to collate information from a variety of sources to make it easier for anaesthetic and intensive care medicine trainees to access information regarding LTFT training.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists is pleased to resume three awards in conjunction with the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN).
The new 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum being implemented on 4 August 2021 includes a transition to a new three-year Stage 1 training programme which will replace the current two-year core training programme.
Following the government announcing the final stage of COVID unlocking in England from 19 July, we advise the British public to wear masks in crowded indoor areas, and to continue to follow the hands, face, space, fresh air guidance.
The College is pleased to announce the publication of Guidelines for the Provision of Anaesthesia Services (GPAS): The Good Department chapter.
The College and the Difficult Airway Society would like to convey our deepest sympathies to the family of Glenda Logsdail, Mistakes such as these must not be repeated - "No Trace = Wrong Place".
The College welcomes the Health and Care Bill with cautious optimism, however without long-term workforce planning, reforms are likely to have little impact on patient care.
The College is keen to provide Anaesthetists in Training and all members the opportunity to hear the latest updates about training, recruitment and the new curriculum.