'Stage One: Alert' patient safety alert has been issued this morning to raise awareness of the risks of death and serious harm from delays in recognising and treating ingestion of button batteries....
As a valued member of the AAGBI, your views and feedback on the services we provide and future strategic priorities are very important to us. We would be very grateful, therefore, if you could...
Today (10 December 2014) in a BMJ article the AAGBI’s President, Dr Andrew Hartle and Chair of the AAGBI GAT Committee, Dr Sarah Gibb speak out against the Government’s plans to increase trainees...
The GAT Committee, along with the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) Trainee Committee, have been involved throughout the Shape of Training Review process so far. The GAT Committee has continued...
The AAGBI would like to congratulate Dr William Harrop-Griffiths and Professor Jaideep Pandit, the two successful candidates in the recent election to Council of the Royal College of Anaesthetists (...
Transfusion, thrombosis and management of bleeding is the subject of a special supplement in the January 2015 issue of Anaesthesia, the journal of the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain...
European Antibiotic Awareness Day in taking place on 18 November and as part it Public Health England is asking everyone in the UK, the public and the medical community to become Antibiotic Guardians...
The AAGBI Foundation is currently seeking a lay member to join the Research & Grants Committee. For full details about this role visit >Closing date for applications is 1 December 2014.
The AAGBI and the Royal College of Anaesthetists have issued a joint position statement outlining the principles and recommendations for Out of Hours (OOH) Activity. Read the position statement >
Members of the AAGBI have sought guidance on the requirement for anaesthetists attending medical emergencies to be current Advanced Life Support (ALS) or Advanced Paediatric Life Support (APLS)...