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.
Hello SAS doctors, trainees and students! The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales are pleased to announce that abstract submission for the new Professor Michael Rosen Prize Competition is now open. Submissions are welcomed in the categories of Quality Improvement / Clinical Governance & Audit, Case Reports and Research.
The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales is pleased to welcome you to our 2018 Autumn Scientific Meeting, which will be held at the St George's Hotel in Llandudno on Thursday 11 and Friday 12 October 2018. Our two-day programme will feature a number of eminent speakers covering a variety of current topics in anaesthesia. Subjects such as hip fracture management, perioperative medicine, anaesthesia and environmental awareness and trainee out-of programme experiences ensure that there is something to interest every anaesthetist.
The Society of Anaesthetists of Wales is pleased to announce its 2018 Autumn Scientific Meeting. This meeting will take place on Thursday 11 and Friday 12 October 2018 at the St George's Hotel in beautiful Llandudno. As always we will feature a variety of presentations providing CPD and covering areas of specific interest in our specialty. There will also be a trainee presentation, annual dinner and trade show. Above all, the event is an excellent opportunity to meet colleagues from across Wales and beyond in a friendly and convivial atmosphere.
Aberystwyth - a beautiful coastal town in Ceredigion, home to a thriving University whose students bring an air of dynamism and vibrance. It was here that the Society hosted its 2016 Autumn Meeting in the hallowed halls of the National Library of Wales. The meeting featured a special emphasis on quality improvement and career management along with a focus on the local Hywel Dda Local Health Board and in particular on Bronglais Hospital. The meeting started on Thursday 13 October with the delegates belting out the Welsh National Anthem under the guidance of our then-President, Dr Paul Cly