RCoA and BJA webinar: Perioperative Management of the Frail Older Surgical Patient: from Research to Clinical Practice
The RCoA and British Journal of Anaesthesia are pleased to announce a series of webinars available to our members on how to optimise your reading of the medical literature.
These webinars will feature members from our international editorial team and their guests including authors, experts and fellows addressing topics such as how to read the literature, the editorial process, and journal club discussions of important articles appearing in the BJA.
Each webinar will also feature a methodological tip targeted to trainees. These sessions will provide opportunities to engage with the editors and other leaders in the field of anaesthesia.
Chairs: Professor Hugh Hemmings, Editor in Chief, British Journal of Anaesthesia, and Dr Simon Howell, Board Member, British Journal of Anaesthesia, University of Leeds
- What is frailty: Constructs and measurements, Dr Simon Howell, Board Member, British Journal of Anaesthesia, University of Leeds
- Frailty and the surgical patient: short and long term impact, Dr Daniel McIsaac, Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine, University of Ottawa, Canada
- Intervening in frailty: before, during and after surgery, Dr Jugdeep Dhesi, Consultant in Geriatric and General Internal Medicine, Guys and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
- Equipping anaesthetists to support care for patients living with frailty, Dr Louise Bates, Anaesthetic Registrar, Wessex Deanery
This webinar was recorded on 27 January 2021