Some dates for your diaries and an update on our current projects.
YAT Conference 2021
The Yorkshire Anaesthetic Trainee conference 2021 will be held on the 8th October 2021 and will be hosted by Sheffield this year. The deadline for abstracts is now closed.
Anaesthesia Research 2021 will be held online 10th to 11th November 2021 and will highlight the anaesthetic research from the past year by bringing together:
- National Institute for Academic Anaesthesia (NIAA)
- Anaesthetic Research Society (ARS)
- Health Services Research Centre (HSRC)
- UK Perioperative Medicine Clinical Network Trials (POMCTN)
- Association of Anaesthetists
You can book a place HERE
The Green Anaesthesia & Sustainability Project is holding GASP Con21 online 11th October 2021. The theme will be Sustainable Surgery and lit aims to share ideas that can be implemented in your hospital. Deadline for abstracts is 30th September, with cash prizes for the top 3 posters! All posters and will be uploads and shared on www.gaspanaesthesia.com
Register for free HERE
The Carotid endarterectomy project is a trainee led national audit examining peri-operative blood pressure monitoring and management in patients undergoing carotid endarterectomy. Our goal is to understand national attitudes and practises in blood pressure control in the peri-operative period for CEA patients.
This year, Paul Bramley kindly presented the data at the joint meeting of the Yorkshire Society of Anaesthetists and the Manchester Medical Society on 14th of May on behalf of the CEA group and Alex Bell. We are now working on getting it published.
We want to thank everyone who has been involved so far, the large engagement is what will help us make a large impact.
The Yorkshire Cancer Research Bowel Cancer Improvement Programme (YCRBCIP) is a Pan-Yorkshire baseline audit of peri-operative care for bowel cancer patients. It aims to understand the service provision available in the 14 hospital Trusts in the YCRBCIP for these patients and to collect anonymised patient level data on their peri-operative management from an anaesthetic and surgical perspective.
AARMY helped recruit sites and trainees in the majority of east and west Yorkshire hospitals and helped implement the multi-centre project. With data collection now complete, we eagerly await the results.
We are now looking for new projects and are happy to help take projects across the whole of Yorkshire. Previous projects have been published nationally, so this is a great opportunity for your CV. If you would like us to consider your idea for an audit or research project to run at a regional level, please get in touch.
Along this line, we encourage you all to join our mailing list and keep your details updated to so that we can secure trainee leads in each hospital so run upcoming projects smoothly.
Additionally, we also keen to expand our committee with a number of our members expecting to CCT soon. If you’d like to know more about what it involves to be an AARMY committee member and would like to join us, please drop us an email.
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