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The Faculty's Statement on NHS England’s Five Year Forward...

29 Mar 2017

In response to media reports announcing details of NHS England’s Five Year Forward View, Dr Barry Miller, Dean of the Faculty of Pain Medicine at the Royal College of Anaesthetists said: “The Faculty of Pain Medicine is deeply concerned by reports of plans to remove patient...

Interim SAS Survey Results

23 Mar 2017

The RCoA recently carried out its first survey of Staff and Associate Specialist (SAS) doctors for which we would like to thank our SAS colleagues for taking part. The interim results, released today at the College, will help us further understand and promote the interests of...

SNAP-2: EPICCS now launched

21 Mar 2017

The 2nd Sprint National Anaesthesia Project: Epidemiology of Critical Care after Surgery (EPICCS) study has launched around the UK. More than 2,200 investigators at more than 250 sites across the UK are signed up to take part. The observational study is seeking to collect data...

On World Sleep Day, time to take action on doctor fatigue

17 Mar 2017

Today is World Sleep Day and we join with the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland in calling for action on the issue of safe working hours for doctors. The AAGBI has established a three-point plan to address the issue: Support publication of a national...

2015-16 Annual Review and Financial Statements

09 Mar 2017

The RCoA Annual Review 2015-16 and Financial Statements 2015-16 are now available online and for download. Annual Review 2015-16 Financial Statements 2015-16

RCoA response to Spring Budget 2017

08 Mar 2017

Reacting to the Chancellor’s Spring Budget, Dr Liam Brennan, President of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, said: “The Government’s decision to allocate £2billion for social care over the next three years is a step in the right direction, but one taken on unstable ground. As...

New guidance on care for people with of out-of-hospital cardiac...

06 Mar 2017

The RCoA welcomes new guidance on the care of people with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) in England. While there are nearly 30,000 out-of-hospital resuscitations attempted each year in England, survival rates in England are poorer than other similar jurisdictions. This...

Clinical Excellence Awards 2017

06 Mar 2017

The 2017 Clinical Excellence Award round opened on 28 February 2017 and will close on Tuesday 25 April 2017. Consultants in England and Wales applying for a new award and/or applying for a renewal are advised to refer to guidance issued by the RCoA. Those seeking support for...

Almost all patients satisfied with their anaesthetic care

03 Mar 2017

New research1 released by the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) has discovered that almost all UK patients were very satisfied with the care they received from anaesthetists. The HSRC SNAP-1 study2, carried out by the RCoA funded Health Services Research Centre (HSRC) and...

SAS doctor development

23 Feb 2017

The RCoA welcomes guidance on the development of specialty and associate specialist (SAS) doctors in the NHS in England. The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, The British Medical Association, Health Education England and NHS Employers have worked together to produce this...

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