Duration – Multiple Day(s)
We would like to invite you to join the third run of Airway Matters, starting on 7 September 2020 and be part a global effort to make airway management safer. So far over 16,000 healthcare professionals from 160 countries have joined this free, flexible, innovative online course and enjoyed both its learning resources and the global platform it provides for discussion.
The safe management of a patient’s airway is one of the most challenging and complex tasks undertaken by a health professional. Complications in airway management can result in devastating outcomes. How can we improve safety, prevent complications, and be prepared to manage difficulties when they arise? How, in a crisis, can we ensure that human and technical resources are best utilised? In the context of COVID-19, how can we safely manage our patients whilst protecting ourselves and our colleagues?
Airway Matters explores answers to these questions, with evidence on the latest technical and non-technical aspects of airway management, and current guidelines to help develop safe airway management strategies for all patients, including those with COVID-19.
Airway Matters was developed by University College London in collaboration with many worldwide experts, and has been endorsed by numerous professional bodies, including the Royal College of Anaesthetists, the Difficult Airway Society, the European Airway Management Society and the Society for Airway Management.TBC
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Further details will be provided in due course.