(the provisional programme is well advanced but may be subject to alteration)

This meeting comprises 2 streams of presentations + workshops and a symposium. It s approved by the Royal College of Anaesthetists for the purposes of continuing professional development. Delegate can claim up to 5 points for each day. 1 CPD point is equivalent to 1 hour of learning.

08:00  Registration opens

Coffee on Arrival in Great Hall with Exhibitors

08:50 - 09.00

Welcome by APAGBI President Charles Stack

09:00-10:30

Pre-Assessment and Perioperative Medicine

Chair: Naveen Raj, Liverpool

Quality of Pre-assessment Services Simon Courtman, Plymouth
Cost Benefit Analysis of Pre-Assessment Barry Lambert, Birmingham
Perioperative Medicine – the Scandinavian perspective Torsten Lauritsen, Copenhagen

10:30-11:00 Coffee, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

11:00-12:30

Strategy Session

Chair: Chris Gildersleve, Cardiff

Programmes in NHS England to Improve Outcomes for Children Jackie Cornish, Bristol
Anaesthesia and the National Review of Paediatric Surgery and Critical Care Peter Wilson, Southampton
Training and Competency Issues in 2018 Liam Brennan, Cambridge

12:30-14:30 Lunch, Exhibition and Poster Walk at 13.30

12:30-13:30

APAGBI Annual General Meeting

14:30-16:00

The Jackson Rees Centenary session

Chair: Annette Davis, Liverpool

Innovation in Anaesthesia in Liverpool in the (long) 1950’s Frank Potter, Liverpool
Are we Stifling Innovation? Phil Arnold, Liverpool
How to Innovate in 2018 Iain Hennessey, Liverpool

09:00-10:30

“Circulation in 2018”

Chair: Tom Engelhardt, Aberdeen

The Physiology of Capillary Microcirculation Can Ince, Rotterdam
Neuro Protection Strategy in 2018 Nicola Disma, London
Organ Protection Strategy in 2018 Laszlo Vutskits, Geneva

10:30-11:00 Coffee, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

11:00-12:30

Strategy Session

Chair: Chris Gildersleve, Cardiff

Programmes in NHS England to improve outcomes for Children Jackie Cornish, Bristol
Anaesthesia and the National Review of Paediatric Surgery and Critical Care Peter Wilson, Southampton
Training and Competency Issues  in 2018 Liam Brennan, Cambridge

12:30-14:30 Lunch, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

12:30-13:30

APAGBI Annual General Meeting

14:30-16:00

The Jackson Rees Centenary session

Chair: Annette Davis, Liverpool

Innovation in anaesthesia in Liverpool in the (long) 1950s Frank Potter, Liverpool
Are we Stifling Innovation? Phil Arnold, Liverpool
How to Innovate in 2018 Iain Hennessey, Liverpool

09:00-12:00

1st Paediatric Difficult Airway Workshop

Lead: Richard Craig Faculty: Sanaulla Syed, Alasdair Howie, Frank Potter, Pete Murphy, Rishi Diwan, Radha Ravi, Nuria Masip

Station 1 : Intubation using a flexible bronchoscope including the LMA-guide-wire-exchange catheter techniques
Station 2 : One-lung ventilation - double-lumen tubes and bronchus-blockers
Station 3 : C-MAC, Bonfils scope, FONA

12:00-13.00 Lunch, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

13:00-16:00

2nd Paediatric Difficult Airway Workshop

Lead: Richard Craig Faculty: Sanaulla Syed, Alasdair Howie, Frank Potter, Pete Murphy, Rishi Diwan Radha Ravi, Nuria Masip

Station 1 : Intubation using a flexible bronchoscope including the LMA-guide-wire-exchange catheter techniques
Station 2 : One-lung ventilation - double-lumen tubes and bronchus-blockers
Station 3 : C-MAC, Bonfils scope, FONA

16:00-16:30 Coffee, Exhibition and Poster Viewing

16:30

Prize Presentations & Honorary Members

16:40

Andrew ReesJackson Rees Lecture
The Unique Partnership - clinicians and scientists in the evolution of translational medicine and reflections on Dr Jackson Rees
Prof Andrew Rees, Vienna

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