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The Programme for 2020-2021

There will be six meetings of the Society over the next year.

  1. Wednesday 21st October 2020 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  2. Wednesday 11th November 2020 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  3. Thursday 14th January 2021 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  4. Wednesday 24th February 2021 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  5. Thursday 18th March 2021 - Daresbury Park Hotel, Warrington
  6. Wednesday 26th May 2020 - Liverpool Medical Institution
CPD recognition for all meetings should be given by the RCA.

The programme will be emailed to all anaesthetists in the region prior to each meeting. All members and their guests may dine after the meeting but you must book your place by following . If you do not receive details of the programme and would like to, please email the secretary of the LSA with your name, grade and preferred email address. If you would like to leave feedback for a meeting you have attended, you may do so here


Wednesday 21st October 2020 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

Joint Meeting with the MSA

The 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum’

Dr Nigel Penfold, RCoA Chair of the Anaesthetic Curriculum Review Group

Dr Nigel Penfold will discuss the design of the new curriculum and its progesson to approval by the GMC..

Recognised by RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD code 1H02, 1I0 & 2H02

A recording of the talk can be found here

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Wednesday 11th November 2020 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

‘Quality Improvement in Tracheostomy Safety’

Dr Brendan McGrath, Consultant in Anaesthesia & Intensive Care Medicine, Manchester University Hospital

Dr McGrath is a leader on a number of national and international safety and quality improvement projects. He set up and currently chairs the National Tracheostomy Safety Project and is European Lead for the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative. He was appointed National Tracheostomy Lead Clinician by NHS England in 2015 and works in this role in close collaboration with the Royal College of Anaesthetists as National Clinical Advisor.

Recognised by RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD code 1I05

A recording of the talk can be found here

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Thursday 14th January 2021 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

Joint Meeting with the LMI

‘Anaesthesia and the Environment

Dr Tom Pierce, Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospital Southampton

Dr Pierce is the Environmental Adviser to the President of the RCoA and is involved with national initiatives in UK relating to sustainability and the environmental impact of anaesthesia.

Recognised by RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD code 1Io5, 2A12

A recording of the talk can be found here

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Wednesday 24th February 2021 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

The Trainees' Prize & Jackson Rees Medal

This competition is open to all Anaesthesia, ICM or Pain Medicine trainees (specifically CT1-ST7/8) working in either HEENW (Mersey) or North Wales. The format will be similar to last year with a closing date for all entries of Friday 29th January 2021 which should be submitted to the Secretary. The complete abstract (including title, authors' names and addresses, text, table, space for figure, references and acknowledgements) should not exceed one A4 page. This format will allow 450-500 words, or 250-350 words plus a table or figure. Shortlisting of papers will pay particular attention to the originality of the idea and its clinical relevance, the amount of work that the presenting trainee had put into the paper, the clarity, quality and conclusions of the abstract. Authors of the best 4 abstracts will then be asked to give a 10 minute presentation with 5 minutes for questions at the meeting. Judging on the night will be done by the whole audience who will take into account not only the above criteria but also the quality of the presentation, slides, timekeeping and the response to questions.

Download a copy of the marking sheet.

View Pat Mullen's top tips for presenting at the Trainees' Prize, which may help you with your own presentation if you are short-listed.

Information on the medal itself and previous winners can be found here.

Recognised by RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD Code 1I05

The minutes of the meeting can be found here.

A recording of the presentations can be found here

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Thursday 18th March 2021

Online Meeting at 2.00pm.

Joint Meeting with the Section of Anaesthesia of the Manchester Medical Society

'Perinatal Medicine and Beyond'

‘Pre-eclampsia: Complex Disease, Simple Care’

Dr Jenny Myers, Consultant Obstetrician, St Mary’s Hospital, Manchester

CPD Code 2A12

‘Where is the Exit?’

Mr Adam Donne, Consultant ENT Surgeon, Alder Hey Children's Hospital.

CPD Code 2A12

‘Adult Congenital Heart Disease: The Liverpool Experience’

Dr Vishal Sharma, Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital

CPD Code 2A12

‘Pregnancy and Covid 19’

Dr Arvind Palanisamy, Washington University School of Medicine, St Louis, USA

This meeting was postponed from March 2020 following the pandemic.

Recognised by RCA for 2.5 CPD points

A recording of the talk can be found here

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Wednesday 26th May 2021 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

AGM

Presidential Address

'A Short History of Quizzing'

Dr Frank Potter

If you wish to attend the meeting follow the link.

The 6th T.Cecil Gray BJA Medal Lecture to be given by Professor Paul Myles, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia has been posptponed until 2022.

 

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Last updated: 21 March, 2021 LSA