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Live from The Royal College of Anaesthetists Meeting in London

The RELIEF (Restrictive versus liberal fluid therapy in major abdominal surgery) trial has been a huge story for us here at TopMedTalk, recorded on the ...
How does The Royal College of Anaesthetists’ move forward from here? A stunning conference with internationally renowned speakers from all around the world, the perioperative ...
The Royal College of Anaesthetists’ Lifelong Learning platform will replace the e-Portfolio and include a logbook functionality. It’s expected to go live in August 2018. ...
NAP (National Audit Project) 6 is the largest ever prospective study of anaphylaxis related to anaesthesia and surgery. Find out the details behind this intriguing ...
Can artificial intelligence drive new changes in care and the value of big data? We’re already comfortable with using tools that help us to do ...
How do we best negotiate working in a multidisciplinary team? Generalisations regarding surgeons and anaesthetists only ever work generally, the specifics of each practitioner and ...
Why do anaesthetists suffer from mental health problems, what help is there available for them? Learn here about The Practitioner Health Programme and hear why ...
How has the Royal College of Anaethestists (RCoA) evolved over the years and why is perioperative medicine so crucial to its agenda? How has this ...
Adverse outcomes, we all know they happen but how do we handle them, record them and avoid them in the first place? The discussion then ...
Recorded live at The British Museum in London this piece contains a lot of discussion about the NHS; how does it rank in terms of ...

The results from the RELIEF trial are here!

Listen in to Prof Monty Mythen talking to Prof Paul Myles live from Sydney Australia about the very anticipated results of the 5 year RELIEF trial.


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