Thursday 11 January

To accommodate increasing delegate numbers, some talks/lectures will be streamed. This symbol denotes plenary lectures that 
will be streamed live from the Churchill Auditorium into the Mountbatten Room on the Fifth Floor.
0830-0900 Registration (Ground Floor) & industry exhibition (Third Floor)
0900-1030 T1a: Hearts  T1b: Regulation, safety & quality
0900-0925 Peripartum cardiomyopathy
Dr Surbhi Malhotra, Sydney, Australia
Dr Judith Chrystie, General Medical Council
0925-0950 Mechanical support of the failing heart 1B04, 2C04, 3G00
Dr Paul Harris, Harefield
The Health and Safety Executive
Ms Emmie Galilee, Health and Safety Executive
0950-1015 Protecting the heart Domain 1 1A01-02, 3G00
Dr Gudrun Kunst, King's College Hospital
The Care Quality Commission
Dr David Behan, CEO, Care Quality Commission
1015-1030 Discussion
1030-1100 Tea & coffee / industry exhibition (Third Floor) / poster viewing (Fifth Floor)
  Room: Churchill,
Ground Floor
Room: Mountbatten, 
Fifth Floor
Room: Cambridge, 
Fifth Floor

T2a: Association of Surgeons of Great Britain & Ireland session

Chair: Mr Baljit Singh, Director of Scientific Programme, ASGBI 

T2b: Training
T2c: Poster Facilitation & Judging
Chair: Dr Gerry Keenan, Council Member, AAGBI

1100-1125 National audits: emergency laparotomy and small bowel obstruction Domain 1, Domain 2, Domain 3
Mr Iain Anderson, Consultant Surgeon, Manchester
Trainees with differing needs Domain 2, Domain 3, Domain 4 1F03-04, 1H02
Dr Kathryn Bell, Newcastle
Group viewing and discussions facilitated by poster judges.
1125-1150 Emergency general surgery in pregnancy – surgical issues Domain 1, Domain 2, 1F01, 2A03, 2B05-06, 3A03, 3B00
Ms Sonia Lockwood, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, Bradford
Bullying, undermining, and giving constructive feedback Domain 2, Domain 3 3J00
Dr John Launer, Health Education England
1150-1215 Emergency general surgery in pregnancy – peri-operative / anaesthetic issues Domain 3 2A03, 2A07, 3B00
Dr Adrienne Stewart, UCLH
Future of medical training
Dr Colin Melville, General Medical Council
1215-1230 Discussion Discussion
1230-1300 T3: Panel discussion / Q&A session for members

Dr Paul Clyburn, President, AAGBI; Dr Liam Brennan, President, RCoA; Dr Colin Melville, General Medical Council; Dr Kevin Carson, President, CAI; Dr Deirdre Conway, Chair, GAT Committee

1300-1400 Lunch / industry exhibition (Third Floor) Trainee Lunch: There will be a lunch for all the trainees attending the meeting
(Location: Second Floor)

Lunchtime industry-supported satellite symposium

  Room: Churchill,
Ground Floor
Room: Mountbatten,
Fifth Floor

T4a: British Pain Society session

Chair: Dr Andrew Baranowski, BPS President

T4b: Dilemmas in practice

Facilitator: Dr Nancy Redfern, Newcastle

1400-1425 Opioids: use, misuse and abuse
Dr Roger Knaggs, Nottingham
An interactive session about working in a demanding clinical service
1425-1450 Medicolegal aspects of consent and pain: drawing a straight line on shifting sand Domain 2, Domain 3, Domain 4 1F01
Dr Raj Munglani, St Thomas' Hospital


Visual images and pain management Domain 1, Domain 3, Domain 4
Prof Joanna Zakrzewska, UCLH
1515-1530 Discussion
1530-1600 Tea & coffee / industry exhibition (Third Floor)
1600-1645 T5: Keynote - Archie Brain Lecture
Location: Churchill, Ground Floor

Fact and fallacy in peri-operative research 1L05, 3J03
Prof Michael Avidan, Washington, USALive streaming

  Room: Churchill,
Ground Floor
Room: Mountbatten, Fifth Floor
1645-1815 T6a: Attacks and disasters
T6b: New/emerging therapies
1645-1710 Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) threats: when the bad gets worse
Dr Steven Bland, Portsmouth

New treatment strategies for sepsis 2C03
Prof Anthony Gordon, Imperial College London

1710-1735 Preparation and early response
Brigadier Tim Hodgetts, Defence Medical Services
Artificial blood
Dr David Anstee, Bristol
1735-1800 Emergency preparedness Domain 1 2A02, 2A12
Dr Bob Winter, Nottingham
Additives to local anaesthetic blocks
Domain 2 2G03

Dr Eric Albrecht, Lausanne, Switzerland
1800-1815 Discussion Discussion