Event Date/Time: Oct 06, 2005 End Date/Time: Oct 07, 2005
Registration Date: Sep 30, 2005
Early Registration Date: Sep 04, 2005
Abstract Submission Date: Sep 30, 2005
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Description

The Anaesthesia Research Trust is a registered charity set up to promote interest amongst anaesthetic trainees in the concept of research as a tool to improve patient management, whether this is through clinical or basic science techniques. We aim to link anaesthetists across the country who have an interest in research with those who can provide projects. We also offer general help and advice on research issues, as well as training on the research process.

ABSTRACTS:
Abstracts should be emailed to NARM05@anaesthesiaresearch.org.uk and should be no more than 250 words. Alternatively, you may post your submission to our registered address.

Abstract submission dates: 1st August-30th September 2005

PRIZES FOR ALL CATERGORIES:
Original Research: Sponsored by Draeger Medical Ltd
Audit: Sponsored by Medicell Ltd
Case Reports: Sponsored by Deminax Medical Instruments

Each category will accept both anaesthesia and intensive care-related topics.
There will be separate prizes for the best poster and oral presentation in each category.

Judging will be carried out by Faculty and their decision is final.
The faculty will also be on hand during poster and oral presentations to offer help and advice.

Venue

Additional Information

COURSE FEE: Consultant: £175 SPRs: £125 The fee includes: Registration, Abstract Booklet, Meals throughout the course Guest Speakers Professor M. Leuwer Professor and Chair of Anaesthesia Academic Section of Critical Care Medicine University Clinical Department Liverpool United Kingdom Professor V. Miller Professor of Surgery & Physiology Medical Science, 462 Mayo Clinic 200 First Street SW Rochester MN 55905 Dr. A. Samanta Consultant Rheumatologist Musculoskeletal Directorate University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust United Kingdom Course Organiser: Dr Karen Stuart-Smith Please click here to see a provisional programme