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#AirwaHub - Videolaryngoscopy and Difficult Airway Response Team

Posted: 22 November 2017 12:39 PM  
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Dear Colleagues and Airway enthusiasts,

The next #AirwayHub meeting will take place on WEDNESDAY 29th of November 2017 at UCLH, 3rd Floor, anaesthetic department.

It will have a focus on Videolaryngoscopy

here is the exciting program:

Skills stations:

Videolaryngoscope practice on mannequins

Dr Simon Clarke, Consultant Anaesthetist, UCLH: “(Video)laryngoscopy, past, present and future.”

Dr Alexia Paolinelli, Airway Fellow, UCLH: Difficult Airway Response Team: how is it going so far?

6 pm onwards:
Poster Fair:
Showcase your work done in 2016/2017, by displaying posters that you might have presented at conferences/meetings by bringing it to the anaesthetic department in the afternoon of the 29th of November, before/during the AirwayHub meeting...obviously if you would like to make one poster especially for AirwayHub, it would be more than welcome...please contact if you would like to bring your poster.

We will be broadcasting live via Periscope via our Twitter account @AirwayHub with the #AirwayHub and take live questions. Follow us!

And as a teaser...from 2018...AirwayHub will have “Spuns” in other centres...Guy’s hospital in March, Royal London Hospital in April and many more to come!

We are looking forward to seeing you soon!

For #AirwayHub organising committee,

Dr Emilie Hoogenboom
Consultant Anaesthetist

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