SAW Spring Scientific Meeting 2021
***SAW GOES VIRTUAL***
SAW GOES VIRTUAL- JOIN US ON MARCH 11th & 12th 2021
To ensure that we are able to deliver great content this coming March 2021, SAW has decided to GO VIRTUAL.
Guest speakers, local experts & our staff-in-training competition all from the comfort of you own home.
Keep checking back for updates about the content and abstract competition.
Diary Marker: 11th & 12th March 2021
Vaughan Gething AM- Minister for Heath and Social Services
Dr Irwin Foo: 'Perioperative cognition disorders in the older patient', NHS Lothian, Edinburgh
Dr Chris Carey: Associate Postgraduate Dean, HEE KSS, RCoA Council Member, Brighton UK
Dr Joe Cosgrove: 'Twenty First Century Intensive Care (success and Dilemma Intertwined)', Newcastle UK
Dr Alison Pittard: Dean of FICM, Leeds UK
Dr Andre Vercueil: co-author of the recent guideline from the Association of Anaesthetists: 'Management of glucocorticoids during the peri-operative period for patients with adrenal insufficiency', London UK
*all TBC from postponed October 2020 meeting- please keep checking site for up-to-date programme information
PLUS dedicated session for learning from the COVID-19 experiences of all hospitals in Wales
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION OPENS: DECEMBER 1st 2020, closes FRIDAY 5th FEBRUARY 2021
Our annual Trainee Prize competition will be held on the same day and is open to trainees, staff and associate specialist (SAS) doctors and medical students who have undertaken work within the auspices of the National Health Service Wales (NHS Wales), Welsh School of Anaesthesia or a Welsh University.