British Society of Orthopaedic Anaesthetists

The British Society of Orthopaedic Anaesthetists (BSOA) is a British national society gathering specialists in the field of orthopaedic anaesthesia.


To ensure development in the field of orthopaedic anaesthesia in the United Kingdom and promote further education, professional links between orthopaedic anaesthetists, and excellence in orthopaedic anaesthetics.

About BSOA

BSOA Annual Scientific Meeting 2024

We are thrilled to announce BSOA Annual Scientific Meeting 2024 will be held in Birmingham on Monday 11th & Tuesday 12th November. Click below to view more details.

Annual Scientific Meeting 2024
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Membership Benefits

BSOA Memberships provides reduced registration fees for BSOA meetings, Regular BSOA e-newsletters and the opportunity to publish articles in future issues plus access to various resource materials and past meeting information.


Join the growing BSOA community of professionals with a shared interest in orthopaedic anaesthesia