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The British Medical Association has published the first two in a series of five reports detailing doctors’ views and experiences of the pandemic. The reports contain first-hand accounts of the physical and psychological strain experiences by doctors, both during the height of the pandemic and in the months afterwards.
As we previously announced BJA Education moves online from July 2022. The BJA itself moved to a digital format in January 2022 – BJA Education will follow suit but will also retain a printed version for RCoA members until July 2023.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists has produced two presentations on how to prepare for the MSRA and the Anaesthetics CT1 & ACCS (Anaesthetics) Interview. The College strongly advises anyone preparing for these to take a look.

England will have 100 more anaesthetists and intensivists to address the 6m waiting list backlog, thanks to sustained pressure by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust have been accredited under the prestigious Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) Anaesthesia Clinical Services Accreditation (ACSA) demonstrating their commitment to patient safety and excellence of care.
The College launched its publication, “Northern Ireland’s waiting list crisis: the critical role of anaesthetists,” which calls on all parties standing for election to the Northern Ireland Assembly to commit to comprehensive workforce planning and transformation of the surgical pathway.