We are now working on an ongoing programme of webinars to run throughout the year.
 
For all webinars you will be able to log in from the comfort of your own home, your office, or any where that is convenient, all you need is a decent internet connection and a quiet room, thus saving travel time and expense. The fee includes access to the recording, so even if you cannot attend live, it can be watched at your leisure. You will also be able to reflect through Learn@AAGBI in the normal way.
 
Viewing/participating in this webinar live, online, may be considered as external CPD, whilst viewing it offline may be considered as internal CPD.
 
Prices for all webinars are £25 trainees, £40 members and £80 non-members.
 
Joining details will be sent via email - please ensure the email we have for you is correct, and remember to check for updates in that email account in the week prior to the webinar.
 
 

Managing Anaemia in the Peri-operative Period - practical tips for treating iron-deficiency anaemia in surgical patients >> book now

Thursday 14th March 2019 at 17:30, login from 17:00
Anaemia - what is the trigger for intervening and what is the right haemoglobin threshold?
Dr Andrew Klein, Consultant, Royal Papworth Hospital, Cambridge, UK 
Iron deficiency - when is the best time to give iron treatment?
Vernon Louw, Professor of Clinical Haematology, South Africa 
Intravenous iron - how much should I give and what do I need to consider when treating?
Caroline Evans, Consultant, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK 
Postoperative anaemia - how to treat it and when, including after elective and emergency surgery 
Professor Manuel Muñoz
Peri-operative Transfusion Medicine, School of Medicine, Málaga, Spain
19:30 Close

Due to this sponsorship, we are able to make this webinar free to members of the Association.

Kindly funded by:

 

 

 
Thursday 21 March 2019 2pm, log in available from 1:30
Organiser Dr Marcia McDougal Consultant Anaesthetist, Lead Clinician for Intensive Care and Fluid Lead, NHS Fife
Chair Dr Kathleen Ferguson, President, Association of Anaesthetists
The Right Amount of the Right Fluid at the Right time:  The impact of NICE hospital-wide fluid guidelines
Dr. Marcia McDougall, Consultant Anaesthetist, Lead Clinician for Intensive Care and Fluid Lead, NHS Fife 
Challenges, pitfalls and victories - changing practice in a District General Hospital
Dr. Grant Haldane, Consultant Anaesthetist, NHS Lanarkshire
Taking ideas to a national level
Dr. David A. McDonald, Service Improvement Manager with the Whole System Patient Flow Programme, Scottish Government

 

 
Watch this space - 
Soon to be available for booking:
 
Hip Fracture - current concepts
Thursday 11 April 2019 2pm
Chaired By Professor Richard Griffiths 
Speakers to include Dr Stuart White and Dr Mark Coburn
 
Anaesthetic Allergy
Thursday 2 May 2019 2pm
Chaired by Dr Kathleen Ferguson
Speakers to include Dr Louise Savic
 
 
Please email training@aagbi.org if you would like more information.