The Anaesthesia & Critical Care conference is returning on 14-15 November 2023 at ExCeL London.
Going back to last year, over a thousand healthcare professionals gathered in London for Anaesthesia & Critical Care 2022 as the annual conference returned for two insightful days to help the profession stay up to date with the latest innovations and practice.
The conference, which took place 15-16 November 2022, alongside the award-winning Acute & General Medicine Conference, saw 1,200 healthcare professionals working in anaesthesia and critical care come together at the ExCeL London to access the education and professional development provided.
The event featured more than 50 educational sessions, enabling attendees to learn from leading experts, while offering a unique 360º clinical training programme supporting clinicians by allowing delegates to combine educational speaker seminars with extensive hands-on practical skills training.
Last year’s programme was accredited for CPD by the RCoA and featured an expert speaker programme focused on helping doctors, nurses, trainees, clinical leads, and practitioners deal with challenging presentations in intensive care, & providing clinical updates in anaesthetics while allowing delegates to diversify their skillset via hands-on training in invasive & non-invasive ventilation, difficult airway management, and ultrasound techniques.
Designed to update anaesthetists, perioperative physicians, and intensivists on the latest clinical updates in anaesthetic and intensive care, Anaesthesia & Critical Care equipped clinicians with the skills and knowledge to cope with the needs of patients during a challenging time for the NHS.
The one-of-a-kind event also saw over 70 exhibitors gather to showcase their advanced products and services, enabling clinicians to test out a wide array of cutting-edge clinical innovations aimed at improving patient care and outcomes.
Anaesthesia & Critical Care is dedicated to the vital role anaesthetists and critical care consultants perform as the perioperative physician to the surgical patient.
For more information visit www.accconference.co.uk.