Welcome from the President
On behalf of the Council of the College and the Professional Development Committee, I am pleased to welcome all delegates, speakers, guests and partners in industry to The Printworks Dublin Castle for the 2018 Annual Congress of Anaesthesia Scientific meeting. I would particularly like to welcome our nursing and medical student colleagues. In line with the College’s key mission to promote excellence in patient care and safety, in the fields of anaesthesia, perioperative medicine, intensive care and pain medicine, I hope you will agree with me that this year’s excellent programme more than fulfils this aim.
I would encourage all Fellows of the College in good standing to attend the College Annual General Meeting at 1pm on Thursday. This meeting will provide a summary of the many activities we have participated in over the past year but also provides an important opportunity for you to voice your view and opinions as a Fellow of the College.
I would also like to acknowledge the considerable and unwavering support we receive year on year from our industry colleagues. The contributions of whom, provide a crucial element in delivering such a successful event. I would urge you to take the time to visit the wide variety of stands and avail of the opportunity to engage with them.
As a College we realise the significance of this event and the time commitment required to attend, I would therefore also welcome your feedback. I hope that you will find this year’s programme educationally beneficial, challenging and helpful in shaping your practice.
Prof Kevin Carson
IT WILL FEATURE:
- Key-note addresses from international experts
- Regional Anaesthesia & Airways Workshop
- Free papers and E-posters
- Annual Gala Dinner, Dublin Castle
PROGRAMME COVERS A BROAD SPECTRUM OF TOPICAL ISSUES INCLUDING
We hope you find that Congress 2019 meets its objective of being an effective and enjoyable source of quality CEPD.
We look forward to seeing you over the two days and at the Congress dinner in Dublin Castle on Friday evening.
We would urge you to take the time to visit the wide variety of stands and avail of the opportunity to engage with them.
As a College we realise the significance of this event and the time commitment required to attend, we would therefore also welcome your feedback.