Anatomy for Anaesthetists provides a unique one day course aimed at all anaesthetists but specifically tailored to those preparing for the FRCA.
The day involves structured stations covering the basic anatomical sciences relevant to anaesthesia. You will have the opportunity to get hands on experience with cadaveric prosected specimens plus access to detailed models, diagrams and radiological images.
Our faculty members are enthusiastic and knowledgeable anatomists and anaesthetists. Our teaching is informal, interactive and restricted to small groups with plenty of opportunity to ask questions and maximize your learning.
Consultant Anaesthetist, University Hospitals Bristol. Course Founder & Director
Consultant Anaesthetist, Royal United Hospitals, Bath. Course Founder & Director
Consultant Anaesthetist, UCL, Course Director AFA London
ST7 Anaesthetics, Severn Deanery. Course Director
ST3 Anaesthetics, Severn Deanery. BSc Anatomical Sciences, Course Director AFA Bristol
*NEXT COURSE 2019*
Vesalius Clinical Training Unit
Centre For Applied Anatomy
Bristol BS2 8EJ
Out of Stock - Contact us to check availability
TUESDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 2018
UCL Anatomy Department
21 University Street
London, WC1E 6JJ
"Brilliant. Excellent value for money. Very detailed and appropriate to exam. Faculty were friendly and engaging."
"Thank you for today. Teachers and faculty all very enthusiastic and explained things really well. Great venue, great food! Very well organized."
"All been really good thank you. Being able to actually see the anatomy and learn it in a visual hands on way has been invaluable. Book work doesn’t seem to go in, but acutally seeing 3D relations and discussing with knowledgeable people has been so useful. Thanks!"
"Entertaining and memorable teaching. This should really be rolled out into core anaesthesia teaching."
"Excellent – I am actually looking forward to a base of skull question on the exam now!"
"This day has been enormously helpful in terms of understanding relevant anatomy. I feel a lot more confident about tackling anatomy questions in my exam now. Thank you for organising and please feed back to all the demonstrators about how instructive they were and how their enthusiasm was infectious."