Anaesthesia 2021

09.00 – 09.05 Opening remarks Dr Fiona Donald, Vice President, Royal College of Anaesthetists Session 4 Oncology and anaesthesia  Chair: Dr Chun Yin Wat, Associate Consultant, Department of anaesthesiology and peri-operative medicine, Hong Kong Children’s Hospital 09.05 – 09.30 Cancer and anaesthesia – pioneer of total intravenous anaesthesia (TIVA)  Professor Michael Irwin, Chief of Service in Anaesthesia and Critical Care at Gleneagles Hospital, Hong Kong  09.30 – 09.55 Proton Beam Therapy – Physicist view Professor Karen Kirkby, Professor of Proton Therapy Physics, University of Manchester and The Christie Hospital 09.55 – 10.20 Proton Beam Therapy – Anaesthetist view Dr Lauren Oswald, Consultant Anaesthetist, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust 10.20 – 10.40 Discussion and Q&A   10.40 – 11.10 Break   Session 5  Anaesthesia and the brain Chair: Dr Gunjeet Dua, Consultant Anaesthetist at Guy’s and St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust 11.10 – 11.35 Anaesthesia and the developing infant brain Professor Suellen Walker, Professor of Paediatric Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children 11.35 – 12.00 Anaesthesia and the injured brain, lessons for ischaemic stroke Dr Judith Dinsmore, Consultant Anaesthetists, St Georges Hospital, London 12.00 – 12.10 Discussion and Q&A   Session 6 Prevention of Respiratory Insufficiency after Surgical Management (PRISM) Trial Chair: Professor Ellen O’Sullivan, Consultant Anaesthetist, St James’s Hospital, Dublin 12.10 – 12.30 Breaking news: Results of the PRISM trial Professor Rupert Pearse, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and 
Clinical Director for Research and Development, Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust
  12.30 – 12.35 Discussion and Q&A   12.35 – 13.35 Break for lunch   12.45 – 13.10 Optional Yoga Join a workout session in the body and mind zone 12.55 – 13.25 SAS networking An informal meeting of SAS doctors to discuss recent updates and provide a networking facility for fellow SAS colleagues. Session 7 Breakout sessions You choose to attend 2 13.35 – 14.15 Workshop 1: Obstetrics and anaesthesia

Dr Kirsty Maclennan, Consultant Obstetric Anaesthetist, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester

  Workshop 2:  Trainees with an interest in Perioperative Medicine (TRIPOM):
Prehabilitation and Perioperative Medicine
  Dr Nicole Greenshields, Anaesthetic Registrar, Imperial School of Anaesthesia and
Perioperative Medicine Fellow, University College London Hospitals
Dr Samantha Moore, Anaesthetics, East Midlands
    Workshop 3: Wellness and anaesthesia  Dr Roopa McCrossan, ST7 Anaesthesia, Newcastle Hospitals
Dr Nancy Redfern, Consultant Anaesthetist, Newcastle Hospitals
    Workshop 4: Lessons from Military anaesthesia
 

Surg Cpt Steve Bree, Defence Consultant Adviser (Anaesthesia) and Surgeon Captain, Royal Navy

  Workshop 5: Simulation and COVID Dr Clifford Shelton,  Consultant Anaesthetist, Manchester University NHS Foundation
Trust and
Dr Zoe Parry,  Consultant Anaesthetist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  14.15 – 14.25 changeover for second workshop choice   14.25 – 15.05 Attend second workshop choice   15.05 – 15.35 Break   Session 8  Hypotension and perioperative outcomes – session organized by British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) Chair: Professor Hugh Hemmings, Weill Cornell Medicine, US 15.35 – 16.00 Hypotension and perioperative outcomes: marker or mediator? Professor Gareth Ackland,  Professor of Perioperative Medicine, William Harvey Research Institute, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London 16.00 – 16.25 Protecting the heart during anaesthesia and surgery: Fighting for better outcomes long after the OR Professor Michelle Chew, Professor and Chair, Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Acute Medicine, Linköping University, Sweden 16.25 – 16.50 Anaesthetic strategies to minimize hypotension Professor Robert Sneyd, Emeritus Professor, University of Plymouth, UK 16.50 – 17.10 Discussion and Q&A   17.10 – 17.15 Closing remarks Dr Fiona Donald

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