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9th Critical Care London Meeting

Dates:Thursday 6th and Friday 7th September 2018
Address:Cavendish Conference Centre, Duchess Mews, London W1G 9DT
Tel:+44 (0)1565 621967
Web Site:
Description:Critical Care London is a multidisciplinary meeting where leading UK and international speakers will present the state of the art in Critical Care. The quality of topics and speakers makes this event a must for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals working in Critical Care, Anaesthesia and Emergency Medicine.

Who should attend? Consultants, Trainees, Nurses, Physiotherapists and other healthcare professionals working in ICU.

Topics to include:

  • Running an outstanding Intensive Care team
  • Measuring quality in ICU: what have we learnt?
  • What have we learnt from recent research
  • Surviving Sepsis campaign: is it making any difference?
  • How do I manage liver failure in ICU?
  • ECMO during one of the worst winters: did we cope?
  • Visiting hours in ICU: benefits and downsides
  • Pre-habilitation: ready for the prime time?
  • Does the outside world know what an ICU is?
  • Point of care ultrasound examination: the essentials
  • Trauma centre after 10 years: are we any better?
  • Better communication, better outcomes
  • How do I manage non-invasive ventilation outside the ICU
  • What’s new in ARDS?
  • How do I manage septic shock
  • What’s new in research?
Please visit the conference website for more information, including the full programme and registration fees:

Early-bird registration fees available until 31st July. To register online, please click here

Enquiries to: or telephone 01565 621967

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14th Annual Critical Care Symposium

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Manchester Town Hall, Manchester, M2 5DB
Tel:+44 (0)1565 621967
Web Site:

CPD approved by the Royal College of Physicians (12 points)

Please click here 14th Annual Critical Care Symposium to view the full programme.

Online registration is now open: Registration - 14th Annual Critical Care Symposium

Discounted registration fees for ICS & ESICM members


Abstracts are being accepted for poster presentation and are welcome before 14th February.
If you are interested in submitting an abstract please contact Dr Chithambaram Veerappan (

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Addenbrooke's Simulation Centre: Cambridge Airway Training Course

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Simulation Centre/David Dunn Suite, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, CB2 2QQ, UK
Tel:01223 348100
Fax:01223 217237
Description:This is one-day course designed for the Anaesthetist who wishes to develop their skills in managing difficult airway and introduces to difficult airway equipment.

Work stations
• Endoscopy skills
• Endoscopy FOI oral/nasal
• Intubating LMA/LMA/C-Trac
• McGrath Video Laryngosope
• Laryngoscope Mc-Coy /Straight
• Trans-tracheal Jet Ventilation
• Glide-scope Video Laryngoscope
• AirTraq Optical Laryngosope
• SIM Man simulation

• Effective management of airways
• Appropriate use of airway technology
• Emergency airway Strategies
• Use and handling FOI

Numbers are limited to 8 candidates per course

Accredited by the Royal College of Anaesthetists (5 CPD points)

I expected lectures, guidelines, etc but was pleasantly surprised with airway emergencies, teamwork and leadership. Fantastic discussion and sharing experiences.

I became more confident in dealing with airway situations and with the equipment.

Addenbrooke's Stimulation Centre: Obstetric Crisis Resource Management

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Clinical School, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge, CB2 0SP
Tel:+44 (0) 1223 348100
Fax:+44 (0) 1223 217237

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Advanced Anaesthesia Crisis Resource Management

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:David Dunn Suite/Simulation Centre, Addenbrooke’s Hospital
Tel:01223 348100
Fax:01223 217237
This course aims to:

  • Rehearse emergency drills in a ‘safe’ environment 
  • Experience and learn from unusual anaesthetic scenarios 
  • Promote an awareness of successful team working 
  • Introduce and practise strategies for crisis management in a simulated environment
This is a full-day course for Anaesthetic Consultants, ST5-7 doctors and staff grade doctors. The cost is £150.00 (to include lunch and refreshments), with a maximum of 6 places per course. Please complete the slip below and return together with a cheque made payable to ‘Addenbrooke’s NHS Trust’. Royal College of Anaesthetists accreditation has been sought

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Advanced Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

Dates:See website for dates
Address:Jackson Rees Department of Anaesthesia, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool, L12 2AP
Tel:0151 252 5223
Web Site:
  • This course is for both adult and paediatric anaesthetists.
  • It is suitable for consultants and trainees with an interest in regional anaesthesia.
  • It is recognised by ESRA and the RCA (10CPD points).
  • Day 1 covers the common blocks and is comprised of hands on workshops on live models.
  • Day 2 workshops are modelled around the candidate’s needs.
  • Live theatre demonstrations provided depending on case mix that day.
  • A maximum of 12 people are catered for, divided into groups of no greater than 3.
£250 cost includes VAT, lunch, refreshments and course materials.

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Anaesthesia Study day - A comprehensive evidence based update on the management of perioperative complications

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Phillip Farant Education Centre, Darent Valley Hospital, Dartford, Kent, DA2 8DA
Tel:07717 442264
Description:This is a one day programme which looks into the latest management update on the common complications we encounter and also the most litigative areas and how to deal with them.

This study day is aimed at answering all your dilemmas that occur during your everyday practice.
We have speakers who are experienced in specific specialties and are experts in these fields.
It is aimed at all consultants, trainees and SAS

*Cost - £75 for consultants and SAS; £40 for trainees

Contact - for details -, 07717442264
for sending applications - Helen Langman, Department of Anaesthesia,
Darent Valley Hospital, Dartford DA2 8DA, Kent

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An Introduction to Anaesthesia

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Institute for Child Health, London, UK

This 1 day course is held at the Institute for Child Health, London, and is intended for those who have little or no anaesthetic experience, eg. FY1/2,
ST1/2 Medicine or Surgery, acute core medical trainees and those thinking about a career in Anaesthesia.

The course fee is £110.00, and includes breakfast, lunch and refreshments during break times.

Further information and registration forms can be found on

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A Practical Introduction to Intensive Care

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Institute for Child Health, London, UK

This 1 day course is held at the Institute for Child Health, London, and is intended for those who have little or no ICU/HDU experience (eg FY1/2, ST1/2 Medicine or Surgery), those who are likely to spend time on critical care, ICU or HDU, and those who visit their patients on ICU and would like to understand what's happening to their ICU patients.

The course fee is £135.00, and includes breakfast and lunch as well as tea & coffee during break times.

Further information and registration forms can be found on

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Birmingham University Interventional Pain Management Cadaver Workshop (Hands-on workshop under x-ray guidance - Lumbar region and neuromodulation [10 CPD])

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Department of Anatomy, Medical School, Birmingham
Tel:+44(0)121 371 5100
Fax:+44(0)121 371 5101
Cost:£800.00 / (see below)
Web Site:
Description:A two day hands-on cadaver workshop with one to one tuition on facet joint denervation, nerve root blocks, transforaminal epidurals, disc procedures, epiduroscopy, nucleoplasty, lumbar sympathectomy, SIJ procedures, thoracic splanchnicectomy and peripheral and spinal cord stimulation. US guided musculoskeletal procedures. Dedicated programming station.

Price £800. Discounts offered to trainees or when combined courses are booked.

Places limited to 20. Book early to avoid disappointment

Contact details

For further details and to register please contact
Dr Dalvina E Hanu-Cernat
Consultant in Pain Medicine and Neuroanaesthesia
Nuffield House, 3rd floor, Room 58E
Queen Elizabeth Hospital
B15 2TH
United Kingdom
Tel: 07976 697761
Telephone: +44(0)121 371 5100 (secretary)
Fax: +44(0)121 371 5101

To request a booking form contact Mrs Lynne Murphy
Tel: 0121 371 5100
Fax: 0121 371 5101

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Critical Care Procedures Course

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Anaesthetics Department - Podium 3, Maple Link corridor, University College Hospital, 235 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BU
Tel:(+44) 020 7691 5827
Description:In partnership with a prestigious major European university, UCL Centre for Anaesthesia Education invites you to participate in, and help develop, a unique critical care/anaesthesia training course focussed on teaching core and advanced skills in anaesthesia/ critical care medicine.

Candidates at all stages of training in Anaesthesia, Step 1 and Step 2 ICM, critical care nursing and acute medicine are invited. Advanced trainees and/or consultants interested in future Instructor and educational roles are particularly encouraged to apply.

Advanced skills covered and practiced intensively in the context of managing complex, real-time clinical scenarios over an intensive 2 days include:

  • transthoracic echo training
  • bronchoscopy,
  • transvenous pacing,
  • percutaneous tracheostomy,
  • pulmonary artery catheterization,
  • high frequency oscillatory ventilation
  • thoracic and abdominal drains

Cost: £600, excluding travel [~£130] and local accommodation [~£40/night].

10-12 positions are available for each of 3 courses run on March 3,4 / May 26, 27 / September 22, 23 2011 .

CME credits have been applied for.

For further detailed information, please contact this email address - - with full contact details, GMC/professional registration number [and curriculum vitae, if interested in future Instructor role] . . ..

Deadline for applications: January 31st 2011.

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CT Anaesthetics Interview Skills and Preparation (with Mock)

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Avonmouth House, 6 Avonmouth Street, London, SE1 6NX
Web Site:
Description:This is the only course dedicated to preparing you for the Anaesthetic Interview for Core Training/ACCS Anaesthetics. It will include lectures covering each of the stations in the interview:
  • Portfolio station
  • Clinical Scenario station
  • Presentation station
It also includes the opportunity to practice the Clinical Scenario and Presentation stations in a mock interview with Consultant Anaesthetists, and receive personalised feedback. We will also cover generic interview skills, an insight into anaesthetic training, and much more. Please see our website for a full course description (

Time: 08:30 - 17:30

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Difficult Airway Course

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:The Horizon Centre, Torbay Hospital, Torquay, TQ2 7AA
Tel:01803 654310
Description:A combination of lectures and skill stations including fibreoptic scope practice on mannequins and boxes, intubating laryngeal masks, surgical airways, jet ventilation, an introduction to Human Factors and non-technical skills and a live fibreoptic show. Suitable for senior doctors and trainees (minimum 1 year experience for SHOs).
Previously Approved for 5 CEPD external points

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Difficult Airway Course for ODP's, Anaesthetic Nurses and Paramedics

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:The Horizon Centre, Torbay Hospital, Torquay, TQ2 7AA
Tel:01803 654310
  • Scenario based simulation
  • Introduction to Human factors and Non-technical skills
  • Full afternoon of hands on practical sessions including:

                 - Various Difficult Airway adjuncts
                 - Care and Handling of fibre-scope

Course cost: £50 Student applicants and £75 fully qualified applicants

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Eastern Airway Skills Training Course (EAST)

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, Essex
Tel:01245 514080
Web Site:
Description:This is a course developed by consultant anaesthetists at Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford and Southend Hospital. It will cover all you need to know about managing the airway with an emphasis on small group workshops and interactive lectures. The day includes airway assessment, failed inatubation drills using simman, supraglottic airway devices, fibreoptic scopes, surgical airway,new intubation equipment and extubation management.

Contact Dr Agnes Watson for more info on 01245 514080 To book, go to then click on conferences tab and it will take you to EAST course

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FRCA – Introduction to Obstetric Anaesthesia Management

Dates:15 October 2021
Address:University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Tremona Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO16 6YD
Tel:01962 718502
Web Site:
Description:This course is held by members of Wessex Obstetric Anaesthetists (WOA) and facilitated by Consultants from the Wessex region who have an active interest in Obstetric Anaesthesia.

The course is held once a year in October or November and consists of lectures interspersed with practical scenarios.

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Intensive hands-on One for One regional anaesthesia course

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Hallmark Hotel, Ferriby High Road, North Ferriby, Hull, East Yorkshire
Web Site:
Description:Learn current concepts of Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia from experts. Master scanning techniques with hands-on practice on volunteers and phantoms. The panel of experts will cover basic, intermediate and advanced techniques of upper limb, lower limb and trunk blocks including continuous perineural infusions. Places are limited. With a low participant to instructor ratio, individual attention to all participants is guaranteed. Join us on 22nd Feb 2014 at the Hallmark Hotel, Hull. Pay £150 and reserve your place at Recognised toward EDRA. CPD points applied for. For further details write to

One for One - Learn how you make a difference.

What do you get when you learn with us ? Beyond mastering advanced regional anaesthetic techniques you are helping doctors in distant countries achieve the same skills. Thank you for making a remarkable difference.

The safety of modern surgery owes much to improvements in general and regional anaesthesia, but such safety is not a situation in many developing countries. With the funds we raise from our courses we are trying to address this situation through our global free educational programme. Your learning with us makes a difference. With your help we have provided free seminars, lectures, workshops and in-theatre teaching to physicians in India and China. Come 2014 we look forward to doing the same in Nepal and Africa.

There are plenty of ways you can make a difference. Join us on the 22nd February for a day of focused intensive regional anaesthesia learning. Maybe you are an all-round nice anaesthetist, you could spread the word among your colleagues or could put a poster up in your department for us.

Thank you for your amazing support.


9:00 am Registration

9:30 am Welcome

9:40 am Upper Limb Blocks

10:00 am Hands On Training - Upper Limb

10:40 am Morning Tea

11:00 am Lower Limb Blocks

11:20 am Hands On Training - Lower Limb

12:00 pm Lunch

1:00 pm Abdominal Blocks

1:20 pm Hands On Training- Abdomen

2:00 pm Neuraxial Blocks

2:20 pm Hands On Training- Spine and Thorax

3:00 pm Afternoon Tea

3:20 pm Hands on Training

4:00 pm TBA

4:45 pm Feedback

5:00 pm Close

Register now!

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Liverpool Chest Ultrasound Course

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Radiology Department, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Thomas Drive, Liverpool, L143PE, UK
Tel:+44 (0)151 6001377
Description:The course is aimed at respiratory and all medical and surgical doctors who insert chest drains or regularly perform pleural procedures. It is a one day basic introduction course in the use of chest ultrasound and previous experience is not required.

The lectures will cover the Royal College of Radiologists level 1 knowledge base for thoracic ultrasound training, and will include physics, normal anatomy and pathology.

Practical experience will be provided by scanning volunteers and patients in small groups (max delegates 15) supervised by experienced radiologists. Scanning for intervention in the chest will be discussed, and phantom models for practising ultrasound guided chest aspiration will be available.

CME points applied for.

Feei includes lunch and refreshments

Maximum delegates: 15.

Course organisers: Dr K. Mohan and Dr H. Fewins

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Neophyte Anaesthetic Trainee Course

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Department of Anaesthesia, Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton (see below)
Tel:01263 696955 ex 4307, 4796
Description:Simulator days: Thurs 26th or Fri 27th Aug 2010
(Mayfield House, University of Brighton, Falmer)

Tutorials: Fri 3rd and Fri 10th Sept 2010
(Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton)

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Northwick Park Hospital Head & Neck Trauma Course

Dates:Not available
Address:Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow, London
Tel:+44 (0)20 8869 2254/2251
Web Site:
Description:A 2-day head and neck trauma management course for doctors working in the ED and associated trauma-related specialties that may be called to A&E.

An excellent multidisciplinary faculty presents a lecture and practical based course.

Course fees: £200 (Including lunch & refreshments)

To book a place on the course or download a programme visit us at:

or contact: Course Administration Service,

Education Centre,

Northwick Park Hospital

Tel: 020 8869 2254/2251


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Norwich Medical School MSc in Regional Anaesthesia

Dates:See website
Address:Norwich Medical School, University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ
Tel:+44 (0)1603 591515
Web Site:
Description:UK Anaesthetic trainees have traditionally used the ESRA Diploma as a route to qualification in to Regional Anaesthesia. Until recently, there has been no advanced-level qualification to recognise the doctors wishing to specialise in the field, despite its rising popularity amongst trainees and increasing demand for out-patient throughput.

Norwich Medical School at UEA now offers a Masters degree in Regional Anaesthesia. Underpinned by support from all major UK authorities in the field, including Regional Anaesthesia United Kingdom (RA-UK), the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) and the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI), the course offers the most rigorous and direct route to formal qualification in RA currently available in the UK, possibly worldwide.

For more information, visit:

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Paediatric Anaesthesia Meeting

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Imago, Holywell Park, Loughborough University, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE11 3TU
Tel:0116 250 2305

Awareness in Paediatric Anaesthesia
Professor Walid Habre, Geneva Children's Hospital

Ultra-sound Guided Neural Blockade in Children
Professsor Anette-Marie Machata, Medical University, Vienna

Ethics in Paediatric Anaesthesia
Neil Morton, Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow

Anatomical Considerations of the Paediatric Airway
Lola Adewale, Birmingham Children's Hospital

Sedation in Children
Thomas Engelhardt, Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital

Anaesthesia for CT / MRI
Prof Anette-Marie Machata, Medical University Vienna

ECMO in Children
Chris Harvey, Glenfield Hospital, Leicester

The Child for Muscle Biopsy
Prof Walid Habre, Geneva Children's Hospital

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Paediatric Difficult Airway

Dates:See website for dates
Address:Jackson Rees Department of Anaesthesia, Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, Liverpool, L12 2AP
Tel:0151 252 5223
Fax:0151 252 5460
Web Site:
Description:This course aims to teach delegates the techniques for managing the difficult paediatric airway that are practiced at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, with meticulous attention to detail regarding the selection and use of appropriate equipment.

Skills workshops in the morning focus on equipment and techniques for difficult intubation in children.

The afternoon entails scenario based training with case scenarios based on cases that have been managed at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital.

It is approved by the RCA (5CPD).

Places are limited to 12 candidates.

£150 (£100 for trainees) Cost includes VAT, lunch, refreshments and course materials. See website for dates

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Symposium on Chronic Pain

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:John Lister Post Graduate Centre, Wexham Park Hospital, Slough, Berkshire
Tel:01753 633185

Consultants £50.00
Non Consultants £35.00
Nurses – Free 

Cost  includes lunch.


Dr Rakesh Munglani, West Suffolk Hospital
Dr Ian Goodall, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
Dr Glen Towlerton, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
Dr Joseph Azzopardi, St Thomas’s Hospital
Dr Monohar Sharma, Walton Centre, Liverpool

Topics to be covered;
Choosing Chronic Pain as a Career
Pathophysiology – Acute to Chronic Pain
Recent Advances
Spinal Interventions
Pain Management Programmes
(Final symposium schedule to follow)

Trainee Presentations Invited – Prizes for top two

Evening Music/Dinner Entertainment £25.00 per head – partners welcome

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SHOT Annual Symposium

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Royal Society of Medicine, London
Tel:0161 251 4208
Fax:0161 251 4395
Description: We are delighted to announce the SHOT Annual Symposium will be held on Tuesday 30th June 2009 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.

Contact the SHOT office to book your place for a fee of £95, unchanged since last year.

There will be a small poster exhibition at the SHOT symposium for the first time this year, and you are therefore invited to submit an abstract (up to 400 words) on any Haemovigilance related topic for consideration for a poster presentation. A prize will be awarded, and the abstracts of all the posters presented will be published in the SHOT Newsletter and on the website.

Society for Ultrasound in Anaesthesia Meeting 2011

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Holywell Park, Loughborough

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Success at medical interviews (SAMI): Interview skills course for consultants

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Sedum House, Doncaster, DN4 8DB
Description:This is an interactive one-day course with mock interviews and video feedback.

The number of candidates is only 6 for each course, which enables us to give good individual attention and feedback. The faculties have rich experience and background.

Cost includes lunch.

Further dates to be available soon

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Torbay Airway Fibreoptic Course

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:The Horizon Centre, Torbay Hospital, Torquay, TQ2 7AA
Tel:01803 654311
Description:Course cost: £100 + price of Difficult Airway Course on Friday.

Description: Following on from the Friday’s Difficult Airway Course, this is a practical training course teaching awake fibreoptic endoscopy of the airway under local anaesthesia using course delegates as subjects – places limited to three delegates
Previously Approved for 4 CEPD external points

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The Hull Regional Anaesthesia Workshop and Symposium

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Department of Anaesthesia, Hull Royal Infirmary, Hull, HU3 2JZ
Tel:01482 676425
Fax:01482 674371
Description: This course will provide practical skills and knowledge for novice and experienced anaesthetists to use ultrasound in regional anaesthesia and provide pain management more frequently, effectively and safely. Participants will gain confidence in their clinical ability to use continuous nerve block with catheters more effectively. Participants will learn cutting edge regional anaesthesia and pain management techniques from experts practicing in Canada, Europe and the UK. Experts will provide lectures and will lead small group hands-on sessions on specially designed models, live subjects and on real patients.


Our last three successful courses have been awarded 10 CME points by the Royal College of Anaesthetists. CME points applied for.


Registration fees of £350 include refreshments, lunch, dinner, handouts and attendance to all workshops. Early booking is advised as the course is limited to 60 delegates only.

Ultrasound Guided Venous Access

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Alexander House, 40A Wilbury Way, Hitchin, Herts, SG4 0AP, UK
Tel:01462 444800
Description:This one-day course is aimed at physicians and nurses involved with line placement and comprises didactic lectures,
ultrasound of the neck, hands-on training with live models, in-vitro training in ultrasound guided puncture and
demonstration of ultrasound guided central venous access. The emphasis is on jugular venous access, but femoral,
subclavian and arm vein access will also be discussed.

Cost includes VAT, lunch, refreshments and course materials.

Ultrasound in Acute Care

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Village Hotel, Ashton Moss, Ashton Under Lyne
Tel:0161 7785283
Fax:0161 6278840
Description:Hands-on course, with around 6 hours of hands-on practice and the lectures by world experts such as Prof Michel Slama, Prof Bernard Cholley, both from France; Dr Dimitrios Matamis, from Greece; Dr Rainer Gatz, from Sweden; Dr Laurence Cook and Dr Bhaskar Saha, from Oldham, UK. Programs can be found on the website.

Costs: Consultants: £400; SAS Doctors: £300; and Trainees: £225

Places Limited to 50

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Ultrasound in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care

Dates:Contact course organiser
Address:Audrey Emerton Building, Eastern Road, Brighton. BN2 5BE
Tel:01273 23320
Description:Course Organiser:Dr Nishant Sadana, ST 5 Anaesthetics BSUH
Course Advisor: Dr. Robert Kong, Consultant Anaesthetist BSUH

• Experienced Consultant Faculty.
• Limited Group Size(4-5 per group)
• Brand New Sonosite Machines.
• Blue phantom models to practice needling techniques.
• Live models to scan to your heart’s content.
• Lectures and workshops.
• CPD points applied for.

Also covering
• Central Venous Canulation – Follow the dot technique
• Nerve Blocks – Inferior and Superior Extremity
• ECHO – in anaesthesia and Intensive Care
• Oesophageal Doppler Monitoring

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Workshops on the use of Ultrasound in Perioperative Care

Dates:19 & 20 March & 19 & 20 November 2018
Address:Leicester General Hospital, Gwendolen Road, Leicester, LE5 4PW, UK
Tel:+44 (0)116 258 4917/ 0116 250 2305
Web Site:
Description:Topics include:

Cadaver session
This session will be held at the University of Leicester Medical Science Building to include demonstration on Cadaver pro-sections.

  • Ultrasound hands-on scan on volunteers
  • Ultrasound machine 
  • Peripheral nerve blocks 
  • Catheter techniques 
  • Abdominal blocks
  • Epidurals, paravertebral and lumbar plexus 
  • Central and Peripheral vascular access 
  • FAST and FATE 
  • Probe and needling

Lectures and Demonstrations
  • Basics of ultrasound (Physics, Sonoanatomy etc.) 
  • Gastric Ultrasound, Simulation on Sono Sim 
  • Peripheral nerve blocks, Epidural, Spinal and Lumbar plexus 
  • Paravertebral and Abdominal blocks 
  • Vascular access, ICU, FATE and FAST

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