Annual Trainee Perioperative Meeting 2014

January 8, 2014 in Uncategorized by Admin

Register here now to avoid disappointment.

You are in invited to the 6th trainee perioperative research conference supported by the London Academy of Anaesthesia.We are exited to announce our final programme: hear from trainees and experts in the field about ongoing reasearch and oportunities. It gives all those involved or interested in research the unique chance to meet/see/chat with those involved in anaesthetic, critical care and pain research from around London, and identify reasearch and funding opportunities .Don’t miss out, get involved with the local London perioperative research community.

Rupert Pearse – Professor Intensive Care Medicine, Queen Mary University of London
Anthony Gordon – Senior Lecturer Imperial College
Julie Sanders – National Centre for Cardiovascular Outcomes Research
James Haddow – London Surgical Research Group – Chief Investigator of the SAS pilot

Daniel Martin – Indroducing the Pan London Anaesthesia Audit Network (PLAN) – Get involved. Get published. An exiting new audit and research collaborative across London.


Royal College of Aneasthesia, Red Lion Square, London

Prizes for research oral/poster presentation, Dragon’s Den audit propositions for PLAN – email by 28th Feb

Provisional programme:

09.30 – 10.30   Professor Rupert Pearce : Collaboration in Research
10.30 – 11.15   Coffee / networking
11.15 – 12.15   Session 1 : Trainee oral research presentation session
                Session 2: Dragons Den Audit proposal presentations
12.20 – 14.00   Lunch
                Trainee poster presentations/ networking
14.00-14.30     Dr Anthony Gordon - Collaborative Research in ICU
15.00- 15.30    Dr Julie Sanders: National Centre for Cardiovascular Outcome Research
15.00-15.45     Coffee / networking
15.45 – 16.15   Mr James Haddow – London Surgical Research Group
16.15 – 17.00   Dr Daniel Martin : Launch of Perioperative London Audit Group
17.00           Meeting close and drinks reception / networking