The Association of Anaesthetists is pleased to see the release of a report from NCEPOD: ‘Highs and Lows. A review of the quality of care provided to patients over the age of 16 who had diabetes and...
The NHS faces increasing emergency pathway demands, and it is likely once again, that during the winter, doctors in training may be asked to work outside their conventional training placements. We...
Safe transfer of the brain-injured patient: trauma and stroke; 2018guideline is in its final draft stage and comments are invited from members. Please read the draft and submit comments to...
The GMC have today published the results of the 2018 National Training Survey (NTS). This includes a case study from the fatigue working group of the Association of Anaesthetists (Association) and...
The introduction of the new terms and conditions of the 2016 junior doctor contact in England highlighted many issues for trainees, in particular that of pay. Following the 2017 August job changeover...
This position statement sets out the view of The Royal College of Anaesthetists and the Association of Anaesthetists that the grade of Associate Specialist should be reopened to new entrants based on...
The Association of Anaesthetists, the journal Anaesthesia and Wiley are pleased to announce the winners and finalists of the 3rd Annual Anaesthesia article of the year award, which recognises the...
The Association of Anaesthetists is sad to hear the news that Professor William (Bill) Mapleson peacefully passed away on the evening of 31 October aged 92 years. Professor Mapleson was a giant of...
Infection prevention and control guideline is in its final draft stage and comments are invited from members. Please read the draft and submit comments to workingparties@aagbi.org. All...
A new study, the Global Capnography Project (GCAP), published 26 September 2018, in the journal Anaesthesia, has clearly identified the need for middle and low-income countries to have access to a...