October is Black History Month and we welcome it as an opportunity to celebrate the contribution of black anaesthetists to the specialty and the NHS. This year’s theme is ‘Saluting Our Sisters’, in recognition of the fact that the many achievements of black women are too often overlooked.
Four hospitals within the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust have been reaccredited under the RCoA Anaesthesia Clinical Services Accreditation (ACSA) scheme.
Self-nominations for election to the Council of The Royal College of Anaesthetists are now open.
The Working Part on Sexual Misconduct in Surgery has published findings from a survey about sexual misconduct within the surgical team.
RCoA President, Dr Fiona Donald, congratulates former Dean Dr Aileen Adams, CBE, FRCA, on her 100th birthday.
NHS England (formerly HEE) has published its report of a review into two errors that affected anaesthetics CT1 recruitment in February 2023.
We are conducting a survey of our members' views and experiences in relation to anaesthesia associates. Members working as anaesthetists or anaesthetists in training in the NHS will receive a link to the survey by 24 August.
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This report presents findings from a survey of a cohort of anaesthetists whose training was affected in the transition to the 2021 curriculum.