The AAGBI Prize for Innovation in Anaesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain 2017 is open to all Great Britain and Ireland-based anaesthetists, intensivists and pain specialists. Thie 2017 prize will be presented at the AAGBI Winter Scientific Meeting in London 11-13 January 2017.
The aims of AAGBI Prize for Innovation:
- To promote innovation in anaesthesia and intensive care
- To help individuals in their product development journey' from concept to the finished product
- To facilitate introduction to the medical equipment manufacturers or relevant organisation
- To facilitate testing of new equipment or an idea
- To facilitate marketing of a new product or an idea
The AAGBI Prize for Innovation involves:
- holding workshops/clinics and seminars on the subject
- having regular features in Anaesthesia News and the best innovations featured in Anaesthesia
- having plenary or satellite sessions during Annual Congress and WSM London
- The AAGBI Prize for Innovation in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain presented at WSM London on 11-13 January 2017.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2016 AAGBI Innovation Award
2016 - Relax Anaesthetics by Dr Peter Brooks, Consultant Anaesthetist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. More information >
Congratulations also to the runners up:
- Drs Jerome McCann, Rik Fijten, A Old, A Abdulgalil & V Chett, The Warrington Stabilisation Trolley’
- Drs Lucy Miller, Helen Makins, Robert Neighbour & Roger Eltringham, ‘Effective analgesia in difficult situations‘
If you are interested in sponsor opportunities relating to the 2017 AAGBI Innovation Award, please contact AAGBI Marketing & Communications Manager, Stephanie Addington, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7631 8854.
Previous winning entries for the AAGBI Prize for Innovation:
2015 - The Non Injectable Arterial Connector (NIC) by Dr Maryanne Mariyaselvam
2014 - 'SAFIRA - Safe Injection System for Regional Anaesthesia by Dr Emad Fawzy.
2013 - 'The Mobile Capnograph' by Safe Anaesthesia Worldwide.
2012 - 'Air-Free Drip Chamber' by Dr James Limb and 'Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anaesthesia with an Optimised Ultrasound Transducer' by Dr Graeme McLeod.