Programme - The Royal College of Anaesthetists

CPD Study Day: Obstetric
anaesthesia in the next 10 years
5th February 2015
RCoA, London
Programme
Thursday 5th February
0955-1000
SESSION 1
1000-1025
1025-1050
1050-1100
1100-1120
SESSION 2
1120-1145
Introduction
Dr Nuala Lucas and Dr Ranjit Verma
Medico legal issues in obstetric anaesthesia
NAP5 and obstetrics – medico legal implications
Chair: Dr Nuala Lucas
Dr David Bogod, Nottingham
Avoiding medico legal disaster in obstetric anaesthesia
Dr Felicity Plaat, London
QUESTIONS & DISCUSSION
REFRESHMENTS
The labour ward
New tools for the obstetric anaesthetist
1F01, 1I03,
3B00
Chair: Dr Felicity Plaat
Dr Chris Elton, Leicester
1145-1210
1I03, 2B02,
3B00
3B00
Being a lead clinician in obstetric anaesthesia – problems and solutions
3B00, 3J00
24/7 Consultant delivered on the labour ward – is it really the future?
3B00, 3J00
Dr Neville Robinson, London
1210-1235
Dr Mark Scrutton, Bristol
1235-1245
1245-1340
SESSION 3
1340-1405
QUESTIONS & DISCUSSION
LUNCH
Safety & quality in obstetric anaesthesia
The non luer-lock issue – where are we now?
Chair: Dr Chris Elton
Dr Paul Sharpe, Leicester
1405-1430
Improving outcomes in obstetric anaesthesia – the role of multiprofessional training
3B00, 3J02
Quality improvement – The Maternity Care Quality Improvement
Collaborative
1I02, 1I05
2B06
Dr Christina Laxton, Bristol
1430-1450
1450-1500
1500-1530
SESSION 4
1530-1550
Dr Elizabeth McGrady, Glasgow
QUESTIONS & DISCUSSION
REFRESHMENTS
Maternity Critical Care
MCC, why and how – anaesthetic perspectives
Dr Audrey Quinn, York
1550-1610
2B06, 3B00
2B06, 3B00
The critically ill mother in ICU
2B06, 3B00
Dr Rupert Gauntlett, Newcastle upon Tyne
1630
1645
Chair: Dr Ranjit Verma
MCC, how and where – intensivist perspectives
Dr Gary Masterson, Liverpool
1610-1630
2G02, 3B00
Discussion
Close
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