RA-UK.org is the website of Regional Anaesthesia - United Kingdom which is the United Kingdom division of the European Society of Regional Anaesthesia
08.07.2013 - 09.07.2013
04.09.2013 - 08.09.2013
19.09.2013 - 20.09.2013
Glasgow Sept 4-7 2013
RA-UK will not be holding an annual meeting in 2013, as later in the year the UK will be hosting the 32nd Annual ESRA congress in Glasgow.
Glasgow is a city renowned for the warmth of its inhabitants and beauty of its landscape. ESRA 2013 is a unique opportunity to enhance your practice by partaking in the top caliber scientific programme and discussing the latest advances in anaesthesia with leading specialists from across Europe and around the world.
Further information, including registration details are available on the congress website.
RA-UK ESRA Diploma Preparation Course -16 Aug 2013
Now in its 5th year, the RA-UK ESRA Diploma preparation course aims to prepare candidates for both Part 1 (MCQ) and Part 2(Viva) components of the EDRA exam.
In previous years the pass rate for candidates attending this course has been in excess of 90%.
With an experienced faculty, all of whom have themselves sat the exam, the course offers a review of key areas of knowledge, 3 practice MCQ papers/3 mock vivas all with feedback.
RA-UK members enjoy a 20% discount off the £75 registration fee - book your place now.
Numbers are strictly limited.
MSC in Regional Anaesthesia
With support from the RCoA, AAGBI and RA-UK, this specialist postgraduate course offers part-time, work-based
study using e-learning and distance learning methods, combining a high standard of teaching along with flexibility.
Find out more about the course, entry requirements and how to apply at:Web: http://www.uea.ac.uk/medicine/postgraduate-taught-degrees
Looking for regional anaesthesia courses or events to attend? Look at our Meetings Section which contains a list of forthcoming events RA-UK Advanced Ultrasound Courses are run by RA-UK in conjunction with Sonosite and are all recognised for the ESRA Diploma.
Check out the RA-UK You-Tube channel - high quality video demonstrations of US guided blocks (videos available - Interscalene , Supraclavicular,Axillary,Radial, Median, Ulnar, Femoral,Proximal Sciatic, Popliteal, Tibial, Rectus, Ilioinguinal, TAP,and Epidural).