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The Royal College of Anaesthetists

Anaesthesia is the largest single hospital specialty in the NHS.
The College is the professional body responsible for the specialty of anaesthesia throughout the UK, and ensures the quality of patient care through the maintenance of standards in anaesthesia, critical care and pain medicine.

The British Pain Society

The British Pain Society aims to promote education, training, research and development in all fields of pain. It endeavours to increase both professional and public awareness of the prevalence of pain and the facilities that are available for its management. The Society is involved in all aspects of pain and its management through the work of the Council, various Committees, Special Interest Groups and Working Parties and via its publications, Annual Scientific Meeting and educational seminars.

The Association of Physicians' Assistants (Anaesthesia) (APA(A))

The Association of Physicians’ Assistants (Anaesthesia) is the representative body of Physicians’ Assistants (Anaesthesia) in the UK. The aims of the Association are to ensure the highest standards of patient care through the education and registration of PA(A)s and to promote the interests of the profession nationally.

The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland

The AAGBI has a broad constitution that enables it to promote and advance education, safety and research in anaesthesia, as well as the professional aspects of the specialty and the welfare of individual anaesthetists.

Society of Critical Care Technologists

The society is the professional governing body for Critical Care Technologists. SCCT holds the voluntary register for Clinical Technologists working in Critical Care, and is an active member of the Federation of Healthcare Science, in the division of Physiological Sciences.

Royal College of Surgeons of England - The Future of Surgery

The Commission on the Future of Surgery aims to set out a compelling and credible vision of the future advances in medicine and technology, and how those developments will affect the delivery of surgical care.

Royal College of Surgeons of England

The Royal College of Surgeons of England is committed to enabling surgeons to achieve and maintain the highest standards of surgical practice and patient care.

Royal College of Nursing (RCN)

The RCN represents nurses and nursing, promotes excellence in practice and shapes health policies.

Resuscitation Council (UK)

The objective of the Council is to facilitate education of both lay and healthcare professional members of the population in the most effective methods of resuscitation appropriate to their needs.

International Liason Committee on Resuscitation

The International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) was formed in 1992 to provide a forum for liaison between principal resuscitation organisations worldwide.

British Association of Day Surgery

We provide information about Day and Short Stay Surgery for Healthcare Professionals and Patients.

British Anaesthetic & Recovery Nurses Association (BARNA)

BARNA exists to promote excellent quality of care for the patient undergoing and recovering from anaesthesia in any setting. Through its commitment to standards, education and research, BARNA supports the individual professional development of its members and encourages all members to actively participate in the association providing information, ideas and feedback. BARNA works towards the national recognition of anaesthetic and recovery nursing as specialist areas of practice.

Association for Perioperative Practice (incorporating NATN)

The Association for Perioperative Practice (AfPP) began life as the National Association of Theatre Nurses in 1964. It is a charity providing education and support to theatre nurses, Operating Department Practitioners and all those working in and around operating departments.

Association of Anaesthesia Associates

We aim to ensure the highest standards of patient care through the education and registration of Anaesthesia Associates and to promote the interests of the profession nationally.

World Community Grid

World Community Grid

World Community Grid brings people together from across the globe to create the largest non-profit computing grid benefiting humanity. It does this by pooling surplus computer processing power. We believe that innovation combined with visionary scientific research and large-scale volunteerism can help make the planet smarter. Our success depends on like-minded individuals – like you.

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