Trainee Conference 2023 | Association of Anaesthetists

Trainee Conference 2023

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Trainee Conference 2023

Thursday 6 - Friday 7 July , Hilton Leeds City

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Trainee Conference 2023 will be held from 6 - 7 July in Leeds. The conference will be in person and will be taking place over two days. 


If you have not booked and want to attend then please arrive on the day of the conference to book in person.

Trainee Conference 2023

Following the success of last years Trainee Conference, which attracted over 300 attendees, we are back again for a fully in person conference. We are excited that we get to meet in person again; this years Trainee Conference will be held in Leeds at Hilton Leeds City.

Reasons to attend

  • Two days of hot topics, clinical as well as well-being orientated
  • Access first-class scientific content with two days of hot topics, live demonstrations and interactive debates
  • Interactive and hands-on clinical and career focused workshops
  • Poster competition which will return as physical posters where you can celebrate in-person the success and findings from colleagues
  • Our popular well-being lunch
  • Complimentary social event on Thursday evening

Confirmed Keynote

  • Professor Rupert Pearse, Professor and Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Director of Clinical Research, Queen Mary University of London and Barts Health NHS Trust.
  • Dr Daniele Bryden , Dean, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, Consultant in ICM, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. 

Confirmed Speakers

  • Professor Daniel Martin OBE - Professor of Perioperative and Intensive Care Medicine, Editor in Chief - Journal of the Intensive Care Society, Chief Investigator - UK-ROX Trial
  • Dr Peter Hodkinson - Consultant in Aviation and Space Medicine, Head of AeroSpace Medicine King's College London, Royal Air Force Honorary Civilian Consultant Advisor for Aviation and Space Medicine, Member of the European Space Agency Medicine Board
  • Dr Helgi Johannsson - Consultant in Anaesthesia and Vice-President of the Royal College of Anaesthetists