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Association of Anaesthetists
Every anaesthetist aims to keep their patients safe. We aim to safeguard every anaesthetist – by educating, supporting & inspiring them throughout their career.
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Association of Anaesthetists Trainees 10h
Deadline for abstract entries is this Monday (26 August). Be quick to beat the deadline. Selected accepted abstract submitters will be invited to present work at conference! More info here:
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Association of Anaesthetists 10h
The Safe Anaesthesia Liaison Group (SALG) Patient Safety Conference 2019 will be held in London for a day of valuable insight and engaging lectures on ❗️Abstracts: are welcome to submit by Monday 26 August 23:59 Find out more here:
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Association of Anaesthetists 20h
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 19
fan? Our next Total Intravenous seminar is in two weeks. Kindly sponsored by and . Special booking rates for members. Book today:
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Anaesthesia Aug 19
🔐Todays paper from is a must read for all! There is an abundance of similarly presented international airway management algorithms. Might this abundance risk confusion and poor implementation/adherence? Time for a single algorithm? 🔗
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Roo McCrossan Aug 18
Look at this!! 👀 What amazing rest facilities! Keeping you and your patients safer
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 18
👍 Become a member and take advantage of your discounted membership granting access to a wealth of CV enhancing opportunities - incl ! 📲Medical students: 📲Foundation Year One Doctors:
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 18
Our motto 'In somno securitas' means 'Safe in sleep'. We remain committed to keeping both patients and safe. Why not find out more about our safety initiatives and download the QRH here:
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 17
Browse, view, and download our wide range of and care guidelines from our new website:
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 16
We also recommend bringing your own water bottles for ease! 👍
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 16
: environmental initiatives taking place at the event. - paper cone cups at the water coolers - disposable and compostable coffee cups and lids - we will have a limited number of free bottles available on the Association stand too 📲
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Anaesthesia Aug 16
🔐Development of evidence‐based recommendations for procedure‐specific pain management: PROSPECT methodology. "The strength of PROSPECT methodology is that it goes beyond making recommendations based on systematic reviews and meta‐analyses." 🔗
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 16
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 16
Join us in Dunblane, Scotland in November 2019 for a joint meeting between the and the Association with keynote lectures from local and regional experts in the speciality. Do not miss out on this great CPD opportunity local to you:
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 16
: have you secured your place for yet? Don't miss out! Either give us a call or book online here:
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 15
Replying to @AAGBI
(8/8) : a common problem affecting is sleep before/in between night shifts, here are some of our extra tips on power napping which might be useful:
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 15
Replying to @AAGBI
(7/8) : reduce anxiety and overthinking. Relax by exercising regularly, but not too close to bedtime. Write a 'to do' list rather than inevitably thinking of one as you try to sleep. Accept help with tasks you can delegate.
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 15
Replying to @AAGBI
(6/8) : Sleep that works for you. Before the existence of artificial light, natural sleep was in two distinct phases, with a break of several hours in-between. Not everyone sleeps for 8 hrs, it's what's right for you that matters.
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 15
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(5/8) : Have a hot bath. Drop in body temperature after a hot bath or shower helps the onset of sleep. Bed socks encourage peripheral vasodilation and can help optimise body temperature. Keep your room cool and your bed warm. 🌡️
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Association of Anaesthetists Aug 15
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(4/8) : You can also unchallenge your brain by getting rid of distractions. E.g. do not use a electronic devices for 30-60 min before bed or by blocking out unwanted sounds with earplugs 🔇
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