National Undergraduate Conference for Anaesthetics and Critical Care 2019

16th November 2019 James Watt South Building and Wolfson Medical School, University of Glasgow REGISTER NOW

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The National Undergraduate Conference for Anaesthetics and Critical Care 2019 is aimed at undergraduate medical students with an interest in anaesthetics and critical care medicine.

Glasgow Anaesthetics Society aims to provide students with the opportunity to gain an insight into the fields of anaesthetics and critical care medicine by inviting specialists to speak on a range of topics. Delegates will be advised on how to build a successful CV when specialising in anaesthetics, paediatric anaesthesia, neuroanaesthesia and emergency transfer medicine.

Moreover, clinical skills stations, led by volunteer clinicians, will allow students to develop their interests in the fields of anaesthetics and critical care medicine, whilst practicing their skills using specialised equipment.

Glasgow Anaesthetics Society encourages undergraduate research by providing students with opportunities for poster presentations, awarding prizes to the best overall projects.

As the only undergraduate and critical care conference in Scotland, Glasgow Anaesthetics Society has previously been joined by students from Oxford, Manchester, Nottingham and Leicester, with hopes to build further bridges with students from across the UK.

In the evening, the society plans to hold a dinner and social at DRAM!, which will allow the delegates and the committee members the opportunity to network with one another.

Oral Presentation and Poster Competition

Abstract submissions are open to all currently enrolled medical students and graduates up to FY2. Abstracts must not exceed 300 words (excluding the title, name of the authors, institution and email address), and must be on the topic of anaesthesia, peri-operative medicine, critical care medicine or pain management. The abstract may include no more than three figures or tables.

Further information regarding the criteria of the abstract and the terms and conditions of submission may be found at the following link: CLICK HERE

Abstracts should be submitted, in PDF format, to glasgowanaestheticssociety@gmail.com.

The closing date for abstract submissions is Sunday 27th October at 23:59 hours. Successful applicants who have been chosen to present their work shall be notified by Friday 1st November 2019.

Abstract Submission

Aims and Objectives

  • To allow students to explore their interests in anaesthetics and critical care.
  • To enable students to network with those working in anaesthetics and critical care.
  • To provide students with the opportunity to present their research to their peers.
  • To enable students to explore the practical aspects of anaesthetics and the latest technology via clinical skills workshops.

Fee, Date and Venue

  • Date : 16th November 2019 (Saturday)
  • Time : 0830 – 1630 hours
  • Fee : First 30 Delegates - £12.50;
    First 30 Delegates (including social event) - £20.00;
    Remaining Delegates - £15.00;
    Remaining Delegates (including social event) - £25.00.
  • Venue : James Watt South Building, University of Glasgow;
    Wolfson Medical School, University of Glasgow;
    Optional Social at DRAM!, 232 Woodlands Road, Glasgow, G3 6ND
  • No. of Places Available : 100
  • Target Audience : Medical Students with an interest in Anaesthetics and Critical Care Medicine

Programme

Organising Committee

Faculty

Programme

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Organising Committee

  • Miss Jun Yu Chen – President
  • Miss Shun Qi Yong – Vice President
  • Miss Sarah Agnew – Secretary
  • Mr Michael Turner – Treasurer
  • Mr Ryan Farrel – Conference Convener
  • Mr Colin Purdie – Revision Night Coordinator
  • Mr George Sutherland – IT Convener
  • Miss Leyla Yıldız – Sponsorship
  • Miss Maria Hagan – Social Secretary
  • Mr Li Siang Wong – Senior PR
  • Miss Chloe Doris – Junior PR
  • Miss Kate Chivers, Miss Rachel Imray, Miss Elisha Khoo, Miss Rona Myatt, Mr Luan Tong – Ordinary Members

Faculty and Speakers