Free meeting (requires registration) on Zoom.
Changes to the RCoA curriculum
Dr Oli Pratt, Consultant Anaesthetist, Salford Royal NHS FT
The Generation Game – why are they so different?
Dr Richard Marks, Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal Free London NHS FT
- To understand how the attitudes and culture of different generations have evolved and developed, and to understand the way that different generations view the world.
- To understand the different cultural and behavioural attitudes of different generations within the workplace and appreciate how an understanding of these differences can avoid conflict.
- To understand how patients of different ages/generations behave and expect to be treated.
Theme: Catastrophes work and the importance of mentorship in dealing with catastrophes on a personal level
Break for Lunch
Trainee’s Prize Presentations supported by the North West School of Anaesthesia:
- Kaream Dawoud – Detecting anticipated difficult intubations: clinicians’ QI survey on current practice and auditing rates of current airway assessment documentation
- Thomas Dixon – Introducing short-acting spinal anaesthetics for day-case surgery: a quality improvement project
- Danielle Eusuf – The collaboration of deanery educational resources to maintain education during the COVID19 pandemic: the National Teaching Repository
- Danielle Eusuf – ‘Epidural Training Passport’: Development of a structured epidural training programme in a tertiary obstetric unit
- Henry Collier – An audit of the management, imaging, analgesia, and operative management of rib fractures in children
- Morgan Back – Fresh gas flow during total intravenous anaesthesia: Saving money and the environment?
INVITATIONAL LECTURE “Teaching and Learning in a Virtual World”
Professor Simon Carley, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Manchester Metropolitan University and a Consultant in adult and paediatric Emergency Medicine at Manchester University NHS FT
- Understand how the choice of media influences learning outcomes
- Be able to optimise online environments for effective learning
- Be able to develop interactive online learning events
Closing comments and end