Leave a CommentThe Seventh National Audit Project (NAP7) of the Royal College of Anaesthetists will examine Perioperative Cardiac Arrest.
A panel comprised of senior clinicians from the RCoA, the National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia (NIAA), Health Services Research Centre (HSRC), and trainee and lay representatives selected the topic after a highly competitive application process.
The topic has now been ratified by the Clinical Quality & Research Board and College Council and is now formally the focus for NAP7.
The RCoA and HSRC would like to thank everyone who submitted a proposal for NAP7. The selection panel also wished to note the high level and quality of trainee involvement in the proposals for NAP7, including the submission for the successful topic.
The NAP7 Project Team are currently in the planning stage of NAP7, and look to begin data collection in Spring 2020.
Leave a Comment The purpose of the Joint Travel Awards is to facilitate attendance to a SNACC annual meeting by a trainee by offsetting cost allowing the recipient the opportunity to present a poster. These awards are given to the trainee member of NACCS (trainee/fellow) receiving the highest score by abstract graders. The award consists of a financial award and presentation of a certificate during the annual meeting. To qualify, candidates should be either a medically qualified trainee/fellow & NACCS member at the time of the annual meeting and must be the presenting author of an abstract accepted for presentation at the SNACC annual meeting. The recipient must attend the SNACC annual meeting to receive their award and certificate. The award is equivalent to a total of £500 with a contribution of $250 from SNACC.
Go to the SNACC 2020 webpage here!