BeSARPP | The Annual Congress of Anaesthesiology 2021

20-21 May 2021
The Annual Congress of Anaesthesiology 2021

The College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland and the Faculty of Pain Medicine are pleased to announce that the next Congress of Anaesthesiology will take place on Thursday and Friday, 20th and 21st May 2021. The Congress will be delivered virtually and will be jointly hosted by the CAI and the Faculty of Pain Medicine. The theme of the Congress 2021 is the safety and well-being of patients and health professionals. During the 2-days conference, we will welcome high-profile national and international speakers.

Delegates will also get the chance to attend workshops on pain medicine, regional anaesthesia and peri-operative medicine (PoCUS). Among the novel sessions are: the Sustainability Session, The Inaugural Brian Kavanagh Session and an interactive session on how to: develop an application to secure Specialist Registration. The event registration is not yet open but you can register your interest by sending an email to Lucia Zelenska at congress2021@coa.ie.

Kindly find the programme here

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