Annual Congress 2017

Wednesday 27 September 2017

Thursday 28 September 2017   |    Friday 29 September 2017

0830-0945 Registration & opening of industry exhibition (Hall 2)
  Location: Hall 1a,b,c

Welcome address
Dr Paul Clyburn, President, AAGBI

Upcoming AAGBI educational activities
Prof Steve Yentis, Education Chair/Vice President, AAGBI

W1: Keynote Lecture
Chair: Dr Paul Clyburn, President, AAGBI
  Don't believe what you read in the papers
Dr Siu-Wai Choi, Hong Kong
1050-1120 Tea & coffee / Industry exhibition (Hall 2) / Poster viewing (Hall 2)
  Location: Hall 1a,b Location: Hall 3a,b
Location: Hall 2
1120-1250 W2a: Lessons from Liverpool
W2b: Challenging Surgery
W2c: Poster Discussion & Judging
1120-1145 In my Liverpool home
Prof Jennifer Hunter, Liverpool
Major head and neck surgery
Dr Peter Groom, Liverpool

Group viewing and discussions on the following categories facilitated by poster judges: Audit & QI, SAS audit, surveys, case report, original research and the AAGBI patient safety prize

1145-1210 Veterinary anaesthesia
Prof Ron Jones, Liverpool
Developments in robotic surgery
Dr Robin Weston, Liverpool
1210-1235 End of life care
Dr John Ellershaw, Liverpool
Living donor transplants
Dr Hamish McLure, Liverpool
1235-1250 Discussion Discussion

Lunch / Industry exhibition (Hall 2) / Poster viewing (Hall 2)

Lunchtime industry-sponsored symposium. Lunch provided (Room 12)

  Location: Hall 1a,b Location: Hall 3a,b Location: Hall 1c
1350-1520 W3a: OAA session
W3b: AAGBI guidelines update
W3c: Oral presentations - case reports/case series
1350-1415 Post-dural puncture headache
Dr Robin Russell, Oxford
Cell salvage/Jehovah's witnesses
Dr Andy Klein, Cambridge
1415-1440 Obstetric haemorrhage
Dr Shubha Mallaiah, Liverpool
Controlled drugs
Dr Upma Misra, newcastle
1440-1505 Obstetric critical care
Dr Rupert Gauntlett, Newcastle
Drug labelling
Dr Kathleen Ferguson, Aberdeen
1505-1520 Discussion Discussion
Tea & coffee / Industry exhibition (Hall 2)
  Location: Hall 1a,b
Location: Hall 3a,b
Location: Hall 1c
1550-1720 W4a: Quality of postoperative care
W4b: NIAA session
W4c: Money matters: NHS finance, barcoding and why the Jimmy Savile enquiry is changing the NHS

The surgical perspective
Prof Doug McWhinnie, Milton Keynes

Measuring the value of research
Prof Mike Grocott, NIHR CRN speciality lead, Southampton
Using GS1 standards to improve clinical effectiveness and patient safety
Mr Kevin Downs, Derby
1615-1640 The anaesthetic perspective
Dr Johan Raeder, Oslo, Norway
Qualitative vs quantitative research
Dr Carolyn Tarrant, Leicester
Vendor credentialling
Dr Michelle Dawson, Derby
1640-1705 The patient's perspective
Dr Rob Thompson, Harrogate
NIAA research award winner 2017
Procurement within the NHS
Mr Darren Riley, Derby
1705-1720 Discussion Discussion Discussion
1720-1750 Complimentary drinks reception (Hall 2)

Thursday 28 September 2017    |    Friday 29 September 2017