RCoA Event Manager, Jodie Philips, discusses how the College turned its flagship conference, Anaesthesia 2021, into an immersive virtual experience.
Dr Ashwini Keshkamat reflects on her first Council meeting, outlines her goals for representing SAS members and colleagues, and emphasises the importance of rest and recuperation.
In the second in our blog series from College Tutor Dr Jenny Parsons, she examines the value of Supervised Learning Events.
Dr Jason Walker is a consultant anaesthetist working in the district general hospital Ysbyty Gwynedd in Wales - here he discusses what led him to want to become a FRCA examiner.
Last month, the College took a ‘temperature check’ of the work our members on the frontline were doing and what impact their experience of the last year has had on their training, their skill set and their wellbeing.
Chair of the RCoA’s Patient Information Group, Dr Hilary Swales, details the College’s involvement in the Patient Information Forum’s accreditation scheme.
Dr Elizabeth Yates is an anaesthetist registrar in Milton Keynes. Here, she details her experiences of working through the COVID-19 pandemic, from responding to the first wave to catching the virus and balancing home life with exams.
Dr Emira Kursumovic is an ST7 anaesthetist in Bath and HSRC-NAP7 clinical research fellow. She leads work on anaesthesia and critical care COVID activity tracking surveys called ACCC-track.
Dr Jenny Parsons, Consultant Anaesthetist and College Tutor at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness, attended the RCoA’s virtual Regional Leads Day on 26 February. Here she explains why the 2021 Curriculum will improve both the trainer and trainee experience.