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The Programme for 2018-2019

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

  1. Thursday 11th October 2018 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  2. Wednesday 28th November 2018 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  3. Thursday 1oth January 2019 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  4. Wednesday 27th February 2019 - Liverpool Medical Institution
  5. Thursday 14th March 2019 - Haydock Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows
  6. Thursday 23rd May 2019 - 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


Thursday 11th October 2018 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

Joint Meeting with the MSA

'Rounded with A Sleep: Why We Need To Talk About Fatigue’

Dr Michael Farquhar, Consultant in Sleep Medicine at Evelina London Children’s Hospital

Dr Farquhar will discuss how fatigue affects the body and the potential impact on anaesthetists and patients. He will explain basic sleep physiology together with simple strategies to improve core sleep and the ability to cope with working nights. This can result in significant improvements both for healthcare professionals as well as the patients for which they care.

Recognised by RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD code 1I03, 2A12

To book your place please follow this link

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Wednesday 28th November 2018 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

‘End of Life Care?’

Drs Lawrence McCrossan, Consultant Intensivist, Royal Liverpool University Hospital.

Dr McCrossan will discuss issues surrounding the end of life care in critical care and beyond. He will speak on how ethical frameworks, legal statute, case law, and professional guidance, as they apply in the UK, interact when we have to make difficult end of life decisions. He will discuss some of the conflicts and challenges that such guidance pose.

Recognised by RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD code 1F05

To book your place please follow this link

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Thursday 10th January 2019 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

Joint Meeting with the LMI

‘Perioperative Medicine’

Prof Ravi Mahajan, President, Royal College of Anaesthetists

Professor Mahajan will discuss the importance of anaesthetists in the effective delivery of more integrated and sustainable perioperative care.

In application to the RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD code 1A05

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Wednesday 27th February 2019 - 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 Wednesday 16th January 2019 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.

In application to RCA for 1 CPD point

CPD Code 1I05

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Thursday 14th March 2019 - Haydock Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside WA12 0HQ at 2.00pm.

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

'Brain, Mind and Muscle'

 

CPD Codes In application to the RCA for 1 CPD point

In application to the RCA for CPD point

There will be a charge for this meeting of £50 for members (including trainees) and £100 for non-members. Places are limited so it is essential that anyone wishing to attend, book a place by emailing the secretary.

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Thursday 23rd May 2019 - Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm

AGM

5th T.Cecil Gray BJA Medal Lecture

TBC

Prof Hugh Hemmings, BJA Editor-in-Chief, Cornell University, New York

In application to the RCA for 1 CPD point

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Last updated: 12 October, 2018 LSA