Welcome to the website of the Liverpool Society of Anaesthetists. Here you will find information about the Society, past and present.
Wednesday 28th February 2018 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm
The Trainees' Prize & Jackson Rees Medal
The format will be similar to last year with a closing date for all entries of Wednesday 17th January 2018 which should be submitted to the Secretary. 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 the quality of the presentation, slides, timekeeping and the response to questions.
Thursday 11th January 2018 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm
‘Genomics and Tailoring Treatment for Individual Patients’
Prof Sir Munir Pirmohammed, University of Liverpool
Professor Pirmohammed who is Professor of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology discussed the latest advances in Genomics and how these insights will help to personalise drug therapy and wider patient care.
Prof Sir Munir Pirmohammed (centre) is seen here with Dr Colm O'Mahoney, LMI President and Dr Clare Howard.
You can find details of where and when meetings are held and what they are about.
Parking for the Liverpool Medical Institution is easy to find in the University car parks either opposite the Catholic Cathedral or the Cambridge pub in Mulberry St.
About the society...
The Society was founded in 1930, two years before the Association of Anaesthetists and its motto ‘Dilectis Somnum’ means prized, beloved or delightful sleep.
We hope you will come back to the site regularly but more importantly come to the meetings and meet with friends and colleagues from around the region. While you are here, why not join the society?
President-elect: Dr Edwin Djabatey
Honorary Secretary: Dr Gemma Roberts
Honorary Treasurer: Dr Richard Craig
Life Vice-Presidents: Dr R Ahearn, Dr A Florence, Dr T Gilbertson, Prof RS Jones OBE, Dr JE Riding CBE, Professor Jennifer M Hunter MBE
Webmaster: Dr Ewen Forrest