The Magill Symposium welcome you to an afternoon session on Challenges in Obstetric Anaesthesia … and beyond
Thursday 24 November
08.00 – 19.00
Gleeson Theatre, LGF, Lift bank C, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
08.00: Registration – Academic Atrium, Postgraduate Centre & Online
09.00 – 12.00: Pre- Magill Symposium Training session: Bronchoscopy course (3 CPD, Approved by CPD UK)
12.30 – 13.30: Parallel Workshops (1 CPD approved by RCoA)
Workshop 1: Airway crisis in Anaesthesia – keep calm and carry on, Postgraduate Lecture Theatre
Workshop 2: Simulation Training in Burns, Postgraduate Seminar Room.
Workshop 3: Augmented Reality/Hologram for Remote Clinical Interventions (hybrid session), Imperial College Undergraduate Seminar Room.
Workshop 4: Simulating Stabilisation of Critically Ill Children, Beta Cell Seminar Room
13.35 – 19.00 28th Magill Symposium, Gleeson Theatre (CPD approved by RCoA)
13.30: House Keeping by Dr Kevin Haire
13.35: Welcoming by Dr Marcela P. Vizcaychipi
13.45-15.00 Session 1: Clinical Management of the Obstetric Patient – Chair: Dr Joanna Allam
13.45 – 14.05: Getting it right first time in major obstetric haemorrhage, what next, – Philip Barclay, Clinical Director for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, West Middlesex University Hospital, CWFT, UK.
14.05-14.25: A functional approach to adult congenital heart disease in pregnancy – Daryl Dob, Magill Department of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Medicine, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, CWFT, UK.
14.25-14.45: Why women have a different response to infection? Prof Mark Johnson, Chelsea Campus, Imperial College AHSC, UK.
1445-1500h: Questions & Answers (Questions @MagillSymposium)
15.00 – 15.30: Coffee break & sponsors stands’ visit
Session 2: Obstetric Anaesthesia Workforce- Reshaping the Future – Chair: Dr Niveen El-Wahab
15.30-15.50: Staffing labour ward for the future, what do we need to change to make it sustainable Dr Mark Cox, Magill Department of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Medicine, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, CWFT, UK.
15.50-16.10: Preparing the obstetric anaesthesia workforce for the future – Professor William Harrop-Griffiths, St Mary’s Campus, Imperial AHSC, UK
16.10-16.30: Pros and Cons in promoting dual intensive care / obstetric specialty – fruit for thoughts. Dr Deborah Horner, Chair of the ICS Maternal Enhanced Care Group, Bradford, UK.
16.30-16.50: A voice from the floor, A new generation of intensivists with obstetric anaesthesia in the job plan, Sanjeet Chana, Magill Department of Anaesthesia, Intensive Care Medicine and Pain Medicine, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, CWFT, UK.
16.50-17.05: Questions & Answers (Questions @MagillSymposium)
17.05-17.15: Healthy Break
17.15-18.00: Magill Keynote Speaker introduced by Professor Masao Takata, Magill Chair, APMIC, Chelsea Campus, Imperial College London.
Reflections on obstetric anaesthesia in the UK, Professor Nuala Lucas, Co-Lead for MBRRACE-UK, Northwick Park Hospital, LNW NHS Trust, UK.
18.00-18.15: Questions & Answers (Questions @MagillSymposium)
18.15 – 18.25: Closing & Remarks by Dr Kevin Haire & Dr Marcela P. Vizcaychipi
Next Magill Symposium on Wednesday 23rd November 2023
18.25 – 19.00: Drinks & Canapés in the Postgraduate Atrium