The College committed to disinvesting from fossil fuel suppliers by January 2022, if they were not compliant with the Paris Agreement.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists is delighted to announce that today, Dr Fiona Donald, a consultant anaesthetist at North Bristol NHS Trust, takes up office as the next President of the College. Fiona succeeds Professor Ravi Mahajan, who has been in post since 2018.
A personal apology from Dr Fiona Donald for the serious issues members experienced during the Final FRCA CRQ examination on 14 September.
Patients in Worcestershire’s hospitals now have a clear and easy way of indicating their preferred name to hospital staff, thanks to the introduction of a new project aimed at improving patient experience. #CallMe
While this financial investment and reform is a very welcome start, lack of workforce funding will limit the recovery of the NHS.
Recordings and Q&As from three Anaesthetist in Training webinars covering examinations, recruitment and the implementation of the 2021 Anaesthetics Curriculum.
The Royal College of Anaesthetists remains committed to delivering examinations in the fairest and most equitable manner. This is an update on our progress to support the large number of members who require examination places across the 2021/2022 academic year.
Further to the Lifelong Learning Platform Curriculum Transfer Update which was emailed directly to all Anaesthetists in Training on Wednesday 4 August, please review a further update.
In response to the GMC National Training Survey 2021, Dr Chris Carey, RCoA Council Member and Chair of the Education, Training and Examinations Board responded on behalf of the College.