London Anaesthesia Research Study Day – 4th July INDEPENDENCE DAY

May 15, 2013 in Uncategorized by Admin

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We are pleased to announce our third anaesthesia research study day in association with EBPOM. This FREE event is kindly supported by the London Deanery and EBPOM.

The morning will equip you with the knowledge to tackle increasingly emphasised academic components of your “back page”. Whilst the afternoon includes entry to the EBPOM international conference – where the academically rich and famous discuss the current bleeding edge of perioperative care.

PLACES LIMITED: register HERE to avoid disappointment.

Provisional Programme:

Morning: Chancellors Hall, Senate House (beside London Deanery)     Map

0930-1000  Getting published  Steve Brett

1000-1030  The trials and tribulations of clinical research – the true story Roshan Fernando

1030-1100  Coffee break

1100-1130  The “perfect” CV?  Annie Hunningher

1130-1200  Case reports: The easier route? Steve Cone

1200-1230  From condoms to communication: Learning from my mistakes. Rik Thomas

1230-1330   Lunch

Afternoon: EBPOM – Joining instructions will be given in the morning session.

1330-1400   Obama Care – what does it all mean?   Andrew Shaw

1400-1430   Shared decision making in perioperative care   Angela Bader

1430-1500   Perioperative Blood management- Evolution    Ross Kerridge

1500-1530   Refreshments and Exhibition

1530-1600   Postoperative fluid management – no easy answer!   Dileep N Lobo

1600-1630   Regional anesthesia within enhanced recovery – is the epidural dead?  Timothy Miller

1630-1700   The role of Dexmedetomidine in perioperative care    Scott Brudney

1700 –             Post-educational refreshments TBC