AAGBI Members have brought to our attention a possible shortage of the essential anaesthetic drug suxamethonium. Today Glaxo Smith Kline report that suxamethonium (Anectine) is in short supply in the...
The RCoA and the AAGBI have been concerned at the somewhat alarmist nature of several articles published in the media this week, regarding the incidence of accidental awareness during general...
This ACCEA newsletter contains an update on the 2015 Awards Round, including timescales for reaching decisions on applications. It also has specific information about local appeals which may still be...
The AAGBI is deeply saddened at the death of Consultant Anaesthetist Dr John Hinds, whilst on duty providing emergency medical cover to a motorcycling event in the Republic of Ireland over the...
Professor Rupert Pearse has been successfully appointed as Director of the UK Perioperative Medicine Clinical Trials Group for the National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia (NIAA).The establishment...
On Wednesday (24 June) the British Medical Association (BMA), the professional body for UK clinicians, became a voice for colleagues worldwide.  Their annual conference passed a landmark...
Today (Thursday 18 June 2015) the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland (AAGBI) will award its prestigious Anniversary Medal to the Chair of the Group of Anaesthetists in...
The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland is pleased to announce that Dr Paul Clyburn, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff has been elected President Elect and Dr Mike Nathanson...
In the light of a recent untoward incident, the AAGBI would like to make its members aware of the changes in regulation of controlled drugs which superseded the regulations introduced in 2006. The...
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR MEMBERS OF THE AAGBI WHO ARE ALSO MEMBERS OF THE ESA. Many members of the AAGBI from the UK and Ireland will be travelling to Berlin at the end of May for Euroanaesthesia2015...