Events & Opportunities

 

Courses in Perioperative Medicine

Please send us details of any courses or opportunities you feel should be displayed here.

Email: perioperativemedicine@rcoa.ac.uk 

 

Perioperative Medicine in Action - Free Online Course 

 

The Royal College of Anaesthetists has collaborated with UCL to produce a free online educational resource on Perioperative Medicine. Explore perioperative medicine, from what it is to why it matters and how you can improve care for the high-risk surgical patient.

 

The course begin on 3 July 2017 and you can register now.

 

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Perioperative Medicine MSc

University College London 

"A new and innovative distance learning MSc in Perioperative Medicine that will involve reviewing and understanding the current literature, appraising the evidence and questioning current practices." 

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Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine MSc, PGDip, PGCert

Brighton & Sussex Medical School

Face-to-face tuition will be provided in cutting-edge aspects of patient care using an evidence based approach to provide knowledge of clinical practice which extends beyond the scope of the training programme and represents many of the most important areas of development for clinical anaesthesia."

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Fellowships in Perioperative Medicine

 If you have a Fellowship you'd like to advertise please email perioperativemedicine@rcoa.ac.uk
 

Post-CCT Clinical Fellow Post in Preoperative Assessment 

University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

The post is for 6 to 12 months and will include regular sessions in the purpose built Preoperative Department, in addition to anaesthetic sessions in theatre. The post CCT fellow will work closely with the F1 and nursing staff in the POD, attend the subspecialty surgical MDT meetings to manage and plan the care of the high risk patients and participate in video preoperative assessments. There are many opportunities to contribute to service development and quality improvement projects.

 

 

 

Events

Access slide sets from previous events:

 

Developing Perioperative Medicine Across the UK

The first annual meeting for Local Clinical Leads for Perioperative Medicine was held on Tuesday 31 January 2017. View the presentation from the morning sessions below: 

 

Dr Chris Snowden: Introduction (Slides)

 

Dr Nicholas Levy: POM Initiatives as part of a Quality Improvement Programme (Slides)

 

Dr Daniel Conway: Surgery School (Slides)

 

Dr Caroline Evans: Anaemia Management (Slides)

 

Dr David Yates: Setting up a Perioperative Service (Slides)

 

Dr Fay Gilder: Frailty Clinic (Slides)

 

Dr Laura McGarrity: POM in Scotland (Slides)

 

Integrating Care throughout the Patient's Surgical Journey

The King's Fund, February 2016

View slides from the day here. 


Upcoming Events


EBPOM: Evidence Based Perioperative Medicine

Perioperative Medicine Congress

4 - 6 July 2017, London 

Sessions Include:

  • Recent Trials and New Results
  • Perioperative Medicine - A Global Perspective
  • The Great World Fluid Debate

Plus much more.

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TRIPOM Perioperative Medicine Education Event 

EBPOM, 6 July 2017, London

An exciting afternoon packed with engaging and interactive content delivered by a panel of internationally renowned perioperative experts from a variety of backgrounds; it will not only be an entertaining afternoon for all specialities, but an opportunity to learn about key topics in perioperative medicine from leaders in the field. Tickets cost just £25.

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Paediatric Preoperative Care Conference 

 15 September 2017, Sheffield 

Join us for the 2nd Annual Conference., for all professionals involved in the care of children due to undergo anaesthesia.

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#gashack2017

21 - 22 October 2017, London

Do you have a good idea for a project that involves technology but don't have the skills or the resources to implement it ? #GasHack2017 may provide some answers. A weekend event with free registration that brings together clinicians and technologists with an interest in Health and Social Care, run in the same way as the successful NHS Hackdays of recent years.

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