The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales is offering two Travelling Fellowships for either Consultant Anaesthetists or SAS doctors, to teach on the 4 year MMedAnaes in Namibia which is launching in February 2018.
The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales / Cymdeithas Anaesthetyddion Cymru is an organisation representing all anaesthetists in Wales. The aim of the society is to foster clinical and scientific development of members and to enhance the practice of anaesthesia in the Principality.
There are generally two meetings a year, a Spring Meeting in Brecon and an Autumn Meeting, the location of which varies by year.
The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales hereby announces that the 2019 Professor Michael Rosen Prize Competition is now closed to further entries. All submitters have been notified of their outcomes by e-mail. The rules for the oral presentations and the list of accepted presentations are attached below.
Presenters enjoy free registration for the meeting. We thus ask that, if you have been accepted to present, please do not pay and register on the website.
We would like to wish all presenters the very best on the day.
The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales welcomes you to the 2019 Spring Scientific Meeting in Brecon on Friday 8 March 2019. Our meeting will feature a trainee competition, the Mushin Medal speech and a trade exhibition. Above all the meeting will feature the warm hospitality among friends for which it has become renowned.
The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales is pleased to announce the 2019 Spring Scientific Meeting, which will take place on Friday 8 March 2019 at the Theatr Brycheiniog in Brecon.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has come into effect in the United Kingdom as of May 2018. In line with this, the Society of Anaesthetists of Wales has issued a Data Protection policy. Our policy can be viewed here.