Research in Anaesthesia

Lead for Research, department of anaesthesia: Dr Teresa Parras 

There is a wealth of research and education opportunities here at St George’s, and the department of Anaesthesia plays an active role in this. We participate in both local and national research projects such as NAP6and NELA to ensure we continue to deliver excellent health care. Our affiliation with the St George’s University and the St George’s Simulation Centre allow research into education to also play an important part in how we develop our training programmes.

Obstetric Anaesthetic Team showcase their work, May 2016:

imgresIn May 2016, our Obstetric Anaesthesia team were an outstanding representation for the department and the trust at the Obstetric Association of Anaesthetists (OAA) annual conference in Manchester. Both trainees and consultants were presenting a number of posters on a range of innovative ideas and completed research. First prize was awarded to one of our senior trainees for work on maternal satisfaction with epidural fixation devices. Below are the posters that were presented: