Welcome to all the new anaesthetics trainees, and welcome back to those who are rotating!

One thing you will learn during your training is that Quality Improvement Projects (QIPs, formally Audits), and research, play a key role in your training and ARCPs. These are known as Annex G requirements.

You can get a head start on this by joining AARMY. Just fill out the form below and you will be added to our growing mailing list. We will contact you about projects happening in the region, as well as at your local hospital. You will also be first to hear about special events.

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