22nd International Scientific Meeting
Join us in Prague in November for the 22nd International Scientific Meeting! Registration is still OPEN. Click HERE and start planning your trip to Prague.
Dates: November 2-3, 2017
Location: Prague, Czech Republic
Venue: Corinthia Hotel, Prague
Cheap Flight Services: Wizz Air, Ryan Air, Easy Jet
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Birmingham Spring Meeting 2017 Summary
The Birmingham Spring Meeting 2017 was a successful meeting which continues to bridge the gap between physicians in internal medicine and anaesthetic perioperative physicians. There was a trial session which focused on financial planning and was well received. We are grateful to our sponsors with whom we have managed to continue delivering a low cost, high impact meeting which targets the RCOA matrix effectively. We look forward to seeing you all in Prague for our annual scientific meeting!
With thanks from Dr E J da Silva and Dr Z Nassa
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2016 Annual Scientific Meeting Poster and Oral Presentation Winners
BEST POSTER PRESENTATIONS BEST ORAL PRESENTATIONS Raj Shah – Most Eye Catching “Open the Tap and Maintain the MAP- Preventing Intra-Operative Hypotension in Orthopaedic Surgery,” Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Middlesex, UK 1st Place – Ayush Kapila/Li Yuan “Impact of Anticoagulation Reversal on Time to Surgery for Hip Fracture Patients,” St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. London, UK Hao Ern Tan – Best Audit “Anaesthetic Sprint Audit of Practice – Completing the Audit Cycle at Pinderfields General Hospital,” Harrogate District Hospital, Harrogate, UK 2nd Place – Raj Shah “Triggers, Targets, and Testing to Prevent Inappropriate Blood Transfusion,” Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Middlesex, UK Oliver Pearce – Most Likely to Change Practice “The Financial Implications of Blood Group and Save Analysis on Patients Requiring Primary Total Knee Arthroplasty Surgery,” Musgrove Park Hospital, Taunton, UK 3rd Place – Tandip Mann “Prospective audit of Use of Training Opportunities in Regional Anaesthesia for Elective Orthopaedic Surgery in a Teaching Hospital,” Oxford University Hospitals, Oxford, UK
Documents and videos from previous B.S.O.A. events