Annual Congress 2017

Friday 13 September 2019

Wednesday 11 September 2019    |    Thursday 12 September 2019

0900-0930 Registration (Foyer, ground floor) / tea & coffee / industry exhibition (Hall 2, ground floor)
  Location: Auditorium, ground floor
F1: Anaesthesia journal session
0930-0955 Do you really need Sugammadex if you use neuromuscular monitoring properly?
Grant Rodney, Dundee
0955-1020 The case against oxygenation 
Nick Chrimes, Melbourne, Australia

Anaesthesia article of the year
Dr Kareim El-Boghdadly, London

1045-1100 Discussion
1100-1130 Tea & coffee / industry exhibition (Hall 1, ground floor)
  Location: Auditorium, ground floor
Location: Lomond Auditorium, ground floor  
1130-1300 F2a: Muscles
F2b: Obstetrics session
F2c: Oral presentations – audit, quality improvement & survey
1130-1155 Muscle loss
Paul Greenhaff, Nottingham

The abnormally invasive placenta: pearls and perils of management
Malcolm Broom, Glasgow

1155-1220 Practical aspects of prehabilitation
Dr David Yates, York
Malfunctioning placenta/ pre-eclampsia
Dr Alan Mathers,

Improving muscle function in cancer patients
Prof Mike Grocott, Southampton

Impact of obesity on mother and foetus
Nivedita Aedla, Edinburgh

1245-1300 Discussion Discussion

Lunch / industry exhibition (Hall 1, ground floor)

Well-being drop in session

  Location: Auditorium, ground floor
1400-1415 F3: Prize giving
Chair: Dr Kathleen Ferguson, President, Association of Anaesthetists
1415-1505 F4: John Snow Lecture
Chair: Dr Kathleen Ferguson, President, Association of Anaesthetists

How do you eat an elephant?

Prof Jim Bagian, Michigan, USA

1505-1635 F5:  Controversies
1505-1530 Academic anaesthesia is irrelevant to most anaesthetists 
Prof Mike Grocott, Southampton
1530-1555 Should anaesthetists over the age of 60 not anaesthetise patients after midnight?
Dr Paul Clyburn, Cardiff
1555-1620 Anaesthetists benefit from appraisal by non-anaesthetists
Dr Nancy Redfern, Newcastle
1620-1635 Discussion
1635 Close of meeting