As we now pause and reflect on our experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic over the past few months we would like to express our heart-felt thank you for the hard work done and professionalism shown by you.
The College responds to the publication of the NHS People Plan 2020/21 and the speech by the Secretary of State for Health on the future of healthcare.
College Council and staff thank anaesthetists in training for their outstanding contribution in managing the COVID-19 pandemic and acknowledge the need for continuous work on minimising training disruptions.
The College calls for greater government investment in resources, facilities and staff to deliver COVID-19 care.
To ensure trainees continue to receive the fairest, most valid and best quality assessments, College trustees’ have agreed the need to increase examination fees by five per cent for 2020-21.
The College response to a joint workforce statement issued by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
The College is delighted to announce that from July 2020 it will start offering translations of its most popular patient information leaflets.
The College is running a third 'View from the COVID-19 frontline' all-member survey to determine the best support for anaesthetists for this new phase of the pandemic.
The College issues a joint statement with the Faculty of Pain Medicine and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine outlining our stance on racism, discrimination and diversity within healthcare.