The Welsh Chief Medical Officer expresses his gratitude for all anaesthetists have done during the pandemic in a letter to the College.
The College is keen to hear directly from Anaesthetists in Training members and Trainers regarding recruitment, examinations and the implementation of the 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum.
The 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum has now received approval from the General Medical Council (GMC), and will be implemented on 4 August 2021.
We are seeking up to four enthusiastic and self-motivated SAS or LED (Locally Employed Doctor) anaesthetists to join the College SAS Committee.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists issues a statement regarding the national recruitment for CT1 and ST3.
At the College we have been deeply affected by the situation across the Indian subcontinent.
On Earth Day, leaders from around the world gather virtually to address climate change and project forward to net zero carbon within 30 years.
The anaesthetic department at Ysbyty Gwynedd district general hospital has become the first in Wales to achieve the prestigious Anaesthesia Clinical Services Accreditation.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists responds to the death of HRH Prince Philip.