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Trainee Research Conference 23rd May

February 25, 2016 in Uncategorized by Admin

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THE TRAINEES STRIKE BACK!

FREE ENTRY!!!

Prizes

Propose a pan-London project to PLAN

Networking

Limited capacity, register now to avoid disappointment  https://thetraineesstrikeback.eventbrite.co.uk

We are pleased to announce the seventh perioperative research conference in association with Pan London Perioperative Audit and Research Network. Unfolding political events within our workplace are disheartening but this is our opportunity to showcase the importance of trainees and our research to the NHS!!

The day will involve a trainee let insight into the academic world of anaesthesia and ICM – find out all the latest new, the hottest developments AND potential opportunities within! PLUS latest updates on the Pan London Anaesthesia Audit Network.

Keynote Speakers:

Dr Anthony Gordon, Imperial College London.

Dr Mark Hamilton, St Georges

Present your QI and research – prizes will be awarded. Submit your abstract by April 25th via email

Thetraineesstrikeback@mail.com

MONDAY 23rd May 2016 from 10am

STEWART HOUSE, 32 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DN.

Meet leading academics, discover why academia may well be for you and learn about schemes in the fields of basic, translational and applied research.

 

This is a FREE event is supported by the London Academy of Anaesthesia.

For more information, please visit: www.periopresearch.com & www.uk-plan.net

 

Provisional  timetable:
10.00     Introduction
10.10     Trainee Oral Prize Presentations – Gold Medal Award

11.10      Coffee break

11.30     Trainee E-posters
12.15      Dr Tony Gordon

13.00     Lunch

13.40     PLAN project portfolio and how to get involved

QUINCE, PAINT, AVIATOR, iHYPE, ALPINE…

14.40     Coffee break

15.00     PLAN Project competition “The Rancors Den”
16.00     Dr Mark Hamilton

16.30     Prizes and close

 

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Post-Fellowship Academic Study Day 3rd July

May 6, 2014 in Uncategorized by Admin

PLACES LIMITED. Registration essential. Register HERE to avoid disappointment.

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We are pleased to announce our fourth anaesthesia research study day in association with EBPOM. This FREE event is kindly supported by Shared Services and EBPOM. Registration essential – book now to avoid disappointment.

The morning focuses on the rise of the trainee research and quality improvement networks across the country. This exciting new paradigm of  trainee collaboration is launching in London now. Find out how to be included, get published, and learn about our first and future projects. The afternoon includes free entry to the EBPOM international conference, where world leading experts discuss the cutting edge of perioperative care.

PLACES LIMITED: register HERE to avoid disappointment.

Venue:      Institute of Education (Map)

Morning

10:00 PLAN – the London trainee quality improvement and research network Dan Martin
10:30 What is the PLAN? Introducing the first project… Alex Wickham
11:00 What next – future projects, call for proposals. Harriet Wordsworth
11:30 RAFT the national trainee network.

Lunch – Join EBPOM programme at 13:30

Afternoon

13:30-15:00 Session 7 Chair:  Ramani Moonesinghe
13:30-14:00 Preoperative anaemia and Perioperative transfusions! Jonathan Ball
14:00-14:30 Large scale perioperative studies – clear answers/muddy water? Rupert Pearse
14:30-15:00 Intraoperative ventilation – low tidal volumes? Emmanuel Futier
15:30-16:00 Refreshments
15:30-17:00 Session 8 Chair:  Mark Hamilton
15:00-15:30 Changing behaviours in perioperative care Andrew Webb
16:00-16:30 TBC TBC
16:30-17:00 Estimating perioperative risk-Should we and Can we? Ramani Moonesinghe
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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.

Keynotes:
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.

Venue:

Royal College of Aneasthesia, Red Lion Square, London

Prizes for research oral/poster presentation, Dragon’s Den audit propositions for PLAN – email PORTLinfo@gmail.com 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
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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