Excellence in Neuroanaesthesia & Neurocritical Care

The Neuro Anaesthesia & Critical Care Society of Great Britain and Ireland (NACCS) evolved from the Neurosurgical Travelling Club (NATC) founded in 1965. This is the official web site of the society promoting its objective;

the advancement of education for the public benefit in the science of neuroanaesthesia and neurocritical care”


Clinical Guidelines

The NACCS has been active in its contribution and development of guidelines related to neuroanaesthesia and neurointensive care with other key organisations:

  • Joint statement by NACCS and SBNS on the measurement of CPP.
  • Guidelines for the provision of anaesthetic services – Services for neuroanaesthesia and neurocritical care 2014.
  • Management of cardiac arrest during neurosurgery in adults.
  • Standards for providing safe acute ischaemic stroke thrombectomy services.
  • RCoA ACSA standards for accreditation as a department of Neuroanaesthesia.

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Neuroanaesthesia and neurocritical care

Wednesday 09 November 2016

Organiser: Dr Craig Carroll, Salford

An excellent, informative day for anaesthetists and intensivists interested in neuroanaesthesia and neurocritical care. For more information please use the link to take you to AAGBI website. Downloadable AAGBI November Programme (PDF)
 

NACCSGBI 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting, London.

Thursday 18th – Friday 19th May 2017 Institute of Electrical Engineers

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Programme

BOOK YOUR STUDY LEAVE NOW!!! Reasons to attend NACCS ASM London May 2017 Your specialist educational needs covered in one conference
  • Sessions covering: Best practice guidelines, Reducing complications, Controversies in Neuroanaesthesia & Critical Care, Training, Intravenous anaesthesia, Trauma resuscitation, Enhanced recovery, innovation and more.
  • Practical workshops including updates in Neuromonitoring, Dexmedetomidine, Transatlantic case based discussions…
High-profile international speakers to inspire your learning, amongst others..
  • Martin Smith, David Menon, Rupert Pearse, Mike Grocott, George Mashour, Adrian Gelb, Jeff Pasternak, Katie Warnaby, Lashmi Venkatgrahavan, Baroness Susan Greenfield
Professional development opportunities
  • Network with your peers and the wider profession by taking part in the abstract poster competition and Prize presentations.
  • Special trainee networking lunch.
Great value for money & special savings for NACCS & SNACC members Member rates for NACCS and SNACC members: Trainees are half price – £175 for 2 days, £100 daily. Non-member rates: 2 days – £395, daily £225 (early bird rates: £375 and £225). Member rates: 2 day- £350, daily £200 (early bird rates: £300 and £200).    

NIAA Funding Partner

12th February 2015

NASGBI have now awarded two research grants each of £10000, using the NIAA system, and plan to offer a third grant of up to £20k in the first round of 2015, for research into a suitable topic within the neuroanaesthesia/critical care sphere. Please read to see how NASGBI is involved with supporting the NIAA.

4th Edition of Brain Trauma Foundation guidelines Published

29th September 2016

Please use link to see latest BTF Guidelines. https://braintrauma.org/uploads/13/06/Guidelines_for_Management_of_Severe_TBI_4th_Edition.pdf?utm_source=newsletter_315&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=critical-care-reviews-newsletter-250  

RESCUEicp study published in NEJM

8th September 2016

The RESCUEicp study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine today http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1605215?query=featured_home#t=articleTop

New surveys added to members page

5th September 2016

Four surveys conducted via the NACCS members’ Survey Galaxy facility are now available to view / download from the members area of the website. These …Read More

Changes to Membership Categories

31st May 2016

Changes to Membership Categories Full Membership: Full Membership of the Society shall be open to all Consultants in Great Britain and Ireland who are involved or interested …Read More

Industry Members

Funding Partner