As you may be aware, the first AAGBI webinar on 'Optimising patients before surgery - the importance of the pre-operative period’  took place on Thursday 26th October 2017 at 13:55. This was popular, and very well received. As we have received a lot of queries relating to this webinar, so you can now purchase the recording here.


We are now launching an ongoing programme of Webinars to run throughout the year.

Prices for all webinars are £25 trainees, £40 members and £80 non-members.

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.

We are planning upcoming Webinars on a range of topics, some of which will be held in the evening.

Upcoming Webinars are listed below:

The second AAGBI webinar, 'Translating Alien Ideas Into Patient Safety Advances' was held on Wednesday 21st of February. the recording will go on sale next week.

The third AAGBI Webinar, Management Made Easy: Trainee Webinar will take place on Monday 16th April 2018 in the morning with login available from 10am, with the inroduction at 10:25, and is now open for booking

Chaired by Sally el-Ghazali, with the speakers below

  • Dr Hamish McLure speaking about Theatre efficiency and service improvement
  • Dr David Selwyn speaking about Finances, Commissioning and STPs
  • Mr Peter Homa (Chair of NHS Leadership Academy) speaking about NHS structure

The fourth AAGBI Webinar  Never Events - will be held on Tuesday 1st May at 14:30, and is now available for booking. Log in will be available from 14:00
The speakers will be as below, and the chair will be Dr Andy Klein

  • Professor Jaideep Pandit - Consultant Anaesthetist, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford and Fellow, St John’s College, Oxford University
  • Dr William Harrop-Griffiths - Consultant Anaesthetist, St Mary’s Hospital, London
  • Dr Alex Haynes - Director, Safe Surgery Program, Ariadne Labs, Boston, MA and Attending Surgeon, Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA


The fifth AAGBI webinar, 'SAS Webinar for SAS doctors -Safety, survival and sleep' will be held on Tuesday 19th of June, and is now open for booking. Log in will be available from 4:00 pm, with the introduction being at 4:25 pm. This will feature the topics below, and will be chaired by Dr Samantha Shinde.

Sleep - Confirmed speaker Micheal Farquhar

How to survive in the current NHS environment 



Please email if you would like more information.