Improving Patient Care: Innovations in Perioperative Medicine and Critical Care

April 14th and 15th 2021 Venue - Royal College of Anaesthetists, London

(With regret we have rescheduled this conference to the above dates from the original dates in March 2020)

Organised by: Dr Sandeep Dhir and Dr Ian Nesbitt

10 CPD credits anticipated over two days from the Royal College of Anaesthetists

We are delighted to invite you for two-day conference on 19th and April 14th and 15th 2021 on the theme of:

Improving patient care: Innovations in perioperative medicine and critical care.

We have confirmed faculty of international and national speakers for  the conference, which include (alphabetically):

Dr Ian Baxter, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Dr Thea de Beer, Nottingham, UK
Professor Sir John Burn, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Dr Matt Faulds, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Dr Kathleen Ferguson, Aberdeen, UK
Dr Sarah Hare, Kent, UK
Professor Nicholas Hart, London, UK
Dr Julie Highfield, Cardiff, UK
Dr Helgi Johannsson, London, UK
Dr Bryan Jones, Kent, UK
Dr Fionna Martin, London, UK
Dr Viki Mitchell, London, UK
Dr Subrahmanyan Radhakrishna, Coventry, UK
Dr Caz Sampson, Leicester, UK
Dr Alex Scott, Middlesbrough, UK
Professor Mervyn Singer, London, UK
Dr Anna Whittle, Kent, UK

Delegate registration feesEarly Bird

(up-to 31st January 2021)
After Early Bird
(After 31st January 2021)
April 2021Both DaysEach dayBoth DaysEach day
Consultants / Specialty Doctors£195£110£235£135
Trainee / MTI Doctors / Retired Doctors / Nurses / ANPs / Nurse Clinical Educators£110£70£135£85
Medical Student / Foundation Year Doctors
£70£50£80£60

Day One

  • Prehabilitation – Dr Helgi Johannsson
  • NELA – Dr Sarah Hare
  • Preventing fatigue and burnout – Dr Kathleen Ferguson
  • Role of HFNO in anaesthesia and critical care – Dr Thea De Beer
  • Innovation keynote lecture Outcomes from sepsis – Reasons for hope – Professor Mervyn Singer
  • Perioperative cognitive disorders – Dr Fionna Martin
  • WHO Checklists – Dr Helgi Johannsson
  • ECMO in respiratory failure – improving patient outcomes – Dr Caz Sampson
  • ACCP – the Newcastle experience – Dr Matt Faulds

Day Two

  • Genomics: What’s it got to do with us? – Professor Sir John Burn
  • Rational POCUS: Avoiding Scott’s parabola – Dr Alex Scott
  • Medical leadership and patient care – Dr Viki Mitchell
  • Anaesthesia for morbidly obese for non-bariatric surgery – Dr Subrahmanyan Radhakrishnan
  • How to make improvement happen – Dr Bryan Jones
  • Sustainability of critical care workforce – Dr Julie Highfield
  • State of the Art – Weaning, Rehabilitation & Home Ventilation Centres – Professor Nicholas Hart
  • Delivering perioperative medicine for older people at a DGH – Dr Anna Whittle
  • Sustainability in anaesthesia: For patient and planet – Dr Ian Baxter