By: 13 April 2016

14–16 September 2016 – AAGBI Annual Congress, Birmingham

Bigger and better than before

  • High-profile keynote speakers – including Prof. Paul Myles, Melbourne; Andy McCann, Performance Coach and Alistair Burns, NHS Dementia Tsar
  • Educational sessions covering general anaesthetic topics and controversies, ethics, regional anaesthesia, training, the environment, critical care, paediatric anaesthesia and more
  • Practical workshops on echocardiography, regional anaesthesia, bronchoscopy, hypnosis and how to publish
  • Facilitated poster sessions and oral presentations of abstracts with prizes

About the Annual Congress
The AAGBI’s Annual Congress is one of the leading anaesthetic meetings in the UK, with an attendance of around 800-1000 national and international delegates.

It features informative educational sessions, high-profile speakers and an extensive trade exhibition with over 40 leading anaesthetics companies. The Annual Congress is aimed all levels of anaesthetists from trainees to consultants and is a European CPD accredited meeting.

This year’s AAGBI annual dinner and dance will be held in grandeur of the Town Hall, recently refurbished in 2007. Acclaimed at its opening in 1834 as the finest music hall in the country, this Grade 1 listed landmark has been lovingly and painstakingly renovated by a dedicated team of conservation and construction professionals. Since that time, its imposing neo-classical design has dominated the City centre’s Victoria and Chamberlain Squares. Diners will be able to marvel at the spectacular organ. Please join us for this one off opportunity to wine, dine and dance in this inspirational venue in the heart of Birmingham.