Friday 6 July 2018

0830-0900 Registration / industry exhibition / poster viewing
       
0900-1000

F1a: Primary FRCA
The Science and psychology bit

F1b: Final FRCA
Advanced peri-operative assessment

F1c: Post - final FRCA
Safety in the real and virtual world
0900-0930

Exams, responsibilities and your own wellbeing
Dr Nancy Redfern, Newcastle

CPET and peri-operative assessment
Dr Angela Baker, Glasgow
Fire! "It'll never happen on my watch"
Dr Guy Jackson, Reading
0930-1000


Fluids, how to get it right
Dr Radha Sundarum, Glasgow

Transfusion and peri-operative anaemia
Dr Ravi Gill, Southampton
Social media and the anaesthetist
Dr Helgi Johannsson
   
1000-1100 F2: Wylie Lecture
  Why don’t we step outside?
Dr Michael Murray, Medics against Violence
1100-1130 Tea & coffee / industry exhibition / poster viewing
       
1130-1300 F3a: Primary FRCA
The bit that hurts

F3b: Final FRCA
The specialities

F3c: Post - final FRCA
Prepare for consultancy

1130-1200
Oxygen delivery and respiratory physiology
Dr Rebecca Jadhav, Glasgow
Cardiac anaesthesia bypass and circulatory support
Dr Isma Quasim, Glasgow
Dealing with management and becoming one of them
Dr Andy Mackay, Glasgow
1200-1230 The shared airway and having a plan
Dr Andrea Harvey, Aberdeen
Neuroanaesthesia - awake crainotomies and more
Dr Kathleen Ferguson, Aberdeen

I'm the one that you want - preparing for the interview
Dr Steve Yentis, London

1230-1300 Anaesthesia and liver disease
Dr Lindsay Donaldson
Obstetrics - major hameorrhage
Dr Liz McGrady, Glasgow
SPA and job planning
Dr David Ray, Edinburgh
1300-1345 Lunch / industry exhibition
       
1345-1515 F4a: Primary FRCA
The clinical bit

F4b: Final FRCA
Changing practice

F4c: Post - final FRCA
Beyond the CCT

1345-1415

Controversies in regional anaesthesia
Dr Malcolm Watson, Glasgow

Cancer and anaesthesia
Dr Ravi Rao Baikady, London
Taking time out, working abroad and adventure medics
Dr Rowena Clark, Edinburgh
1415-1445

Hyperbaric medicine
Dr Anoop Kumar, Aberdeen

Getting the measure of neuromuscular blockade
Dr Grant Rodney, Dundee

Being a better trainer
Dr Michael Moneypenny
1445-1515

Cardiac risk and peri-operative ECHO
Dr Ker Wei Tan, Kilmarnock

Organ donation in 2018
Dr Rosie Baruah, Edinburgh

Learning from excellence
Dr Emma Plunkett, Birmingham
1515-1545 Tea & coffee / industry exhibition
   
1545-1630 F5: Debate    (with voting via the conference app)
  This house believes that intensive care training no longer needs anaesthetists
For:
Dr Andy Mackay, Glasgow
Against: 
Dr Lindsay Donaldson
1630 Close of conference
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