Our in-person airway workshops provide you with the opportunity to obtain, maintain and enhance difficult airway management skills within a small group teaching environment. Supportive and expert faculty provide a hands-on and interactive approach to learning, enabling you to learn and practice core technical and non-technical skills including:
- flexible bronchoscopy
- supraglottic airway devices
- awake tracheal intubation
- front-of-neck access
- airway guidelines.
Appropriate for all grades of anaesthetists in training, specialty doctors and consultants.
See also Airway Workshop on 9 May 2023.
|09:00 - 09:30||Registration and refreshments|
|09:30 - 09:40||Welcome and aims of the workshop|
|09:40 - 12:30||Workshops: Groups rotate around three 50-minute practical workshops|
|Workshops start times: 50 mins per station||09:40 - 10:30||10:30 - 11:20||11:20 - 11:40||11:40 - 12:30|
Station 1 | Flexible bronchoscopy
|Station 2 | Supraglottic Airway Devices (SADs)||Blue||Red||Refreshments||Green|
|Station 3 | Airway guidelines||Green||Blue||Red|
|12:30 - 13:15||Lunch|
|13:15 - 16:00||Workshops: Groups rotate around three 50-minute practical workshops|
|Workshops start times: 50 mins per station||13:15 - 14:05||14:05 - 14:55||14:55 - 15:10||15:10 - 16:00|
Station 1 | Awake tracheal intubation
|Station 2 | Videolaryngoscopy||Blue||Red||Refreshments||Green|
|Station 3 | Front-of-Neck Airway (FONA) (emergency and elective)||Green||Blue||Red|
|16:00||Close of workshop|
*Please note that 'Student/Foundation Year' category places are now fully booked on this course.
To be eligible for this category, FY1/2 doctors should be intending to embark on a career in anaesthetics/ICU/ED. For further information please call us on 020 7092 1673, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.