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Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia

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Our comprehensive educational resource for budding regionalists...

A one day beyond introductory course aimed at those who want to consolidate and improve skills in Ultrasound Guided Regional Anaesthesia (UGRA) 

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Our course includes

  • scanning and sonoanatomy on live models.
  • extensive phantom practice.
  • multidisciplinary faculty drawn from both local and UK experts in their field.
  • fantastic lunch and refreshments available all day.

Suitable for both trainees + consultants

Course prerequisites are previous attendance on an introductory UGRA course.

Whether you want to consolidate your learning from a recent introductory course, or want to broaden your basic skill set, we offer a low student to instructor ratio, to deliver your educational needs. 

Come and learn UGRA at the UK's premier hospital.

We consistently receive excellent feedback and are very relaxed with a very friendly faculty.


This course should count towards the additional "Hands-on" course required for sitting for the EDRA (European Diploma of Regional Anaesthesia). This is currently being finalised by ESRA and we should know before the course starts. 


Next course 

Advanced Course November 21st.

Current Programme 2013

Wednesday 21st November 2012 UCH Education Centre 250 Euston Road

The course has a highly practical focus, a short lecture/discussion series will inform the group about practical block considerations, LAST, the block room/trolley setup, and becoming the trainer.

Blocks demonstrated/taught will include upper limb/lower limb, abdominal, paravertebral, epidural/spinal. We will discuss and demonstrate catheter techniques/protocols, along with a chance to try out catheter insertion on phantoms.

09.00     Introduction Lecture

09.15     Which block, when? 

09.45     LAST

10.00     Model Ultrasound Scanning & Phantom Needling

12.00     Lunch

13.00     The block room/trolley, asepsis.

13.15     Teaching and Training.

13.30     Model Ultrasound Scanning & Phantom Needling  

15.30     Coffee

16.00     Model Ultrasound Scanning & Phantom Needling

16.30     Future trends in UGRA 

17.00     Closing Lecture Feedback and Evaluation

Cost

£150 trainees; £250 consultants for the 1 day course.

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Click on the logo to be taken to our secure payment site.

Please ensure that the application form on the payment site is downloaded (Word format), completed and emailed to the course administrator.

Food and refreshments included.

Public transport

Nearest tube: Warren Street
Nearest train: Kings Cross/Euston

Online map to the venue

Course manager Claire Matejowsky UCLH claire.matejowsky@uclh.nhs.uk
Course organisers Dr Damon Kamming, Dr Navkiran Kaur and Dr Simeon West
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5 CPD Points granted by the RCOA.