The College’s CEO, Jonathan Brüün, updated members on 12 October via a recorded video regarding the recent incidents during the delivery of the FRCA examinations.
Following a mistake made during the issuing of results to candidates who sat the Final FRCA Written Examination in September, Mr Jonathan Brüün, CEO of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, issued a video apology to all those affected by the error.
The College is currently seeking authors to undertake a full review of a variety of GPAS chapters
Applications are open for an RCoA Sedation Advisor. The successful applicant will provide advice to the College on sedation guidance and will represent it on multidisciplinary committees relating to sedation practices.
Final FRCA CRQ examination update from College CEO Jonathan Brüün, including the examinations results release date.
The findings set out in the ‘Respected, valued, retained’ report and survey data, show one in four anaesthetists plan to leave the NHS in the next five years.
The European Citizens Staff Group at the RCoA marked European Languages Day on Sunday 26 September by recording a video of themselves speaking in their mother tongues.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists is proud to announce that the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust MERIT team has been named the Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine Team of the Year at the 2021 BMJ Awards.
Update for candidates who sat the Final FRCA CRQ examination and were unable to answer questions