2017 Annual Scientific Meeting
Thursday 18th – Friday 19th May 2017
Institute of Electrical Engineers
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**********REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED***********
Member rates for NACCS and SNACC members:
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).
Trainees are half price – £175 for 2 days, £100 daily.
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Great reasons to attend:
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 Pearce, Mike Grocott, George Mashour, Adrian Gelb, Jeff Pasternak, Katie Warnaby, Lashmi Venkatgrahavan
- Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE
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.
- Abstract submission will open on December 5th, 2016 and all entries should be submitted via email as per the instructions to authors which can be found using the link below.
- There will be strictly enforced closing date 1200 hours GMT March 3rd, 2017 for ALL abstracts. SNACC members who would like to have the opportunity to win the SNACC Young Investigator Travel Grant must send their abstracts by 1200 hours GMT on January 30th, 2017.
- Further details will available on the website in the coming months. The best abstracts will be accepted for oral or poster presentation, with the majority also published in the Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology.