Concise Course in Neuroanaesthesia & Neurocritical Care

Course Description

First conducted in year 2008, this annual course presents an overview and update of the peri-operative and anaesthetic management of patients undergoing various neurosurgical procedures. Advances in the fields of neurosurgery, neuroradiology and neurocritical care have changed the way anaesthesia is conducted. The need to explore the evolving trends underlies the need for this course.

Challenges faced in the management of head injury, cerebrovascular lesions and brain tumours will be discussed. A stimulating mix of didactic and problem-based case topics will also be presented. Our presenters are highly regarded experts with extensive clinical experience. They will share with us their experience and insight on some of the current developments in this field

Course Faculty 2014

Department of Anaesthesiology, Intensive Care and Pain Medicine
Tan Tock Seng Hospital
 

  • A/Prof Kwek Tong Kiat
  • Dr See Jee Jian
  • Dr Jonathan Tan
  • Dr Wong Yu‐Lin
  • Dr Mandy Lim
  • Dr Chong Shang Yee
  • Dr Wilfred Lim
  • Dr Chong Chin Ted (Course Director)

Department of Anaesthesiology
Singapore General Hospital
 

  • Dr Aaron Lee
  • Dr Ng Shin Yi

Department of Anaesthesia
National Hospital University
 

  • Dr Tan Sue-Anne

Department of Paediatric Anaesthesia
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
 

  • Dr Bong Choon Looi

Department of Women’s Anaesthesia
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
 

  • Dr Michele Lim

Department of Neurosurgery
National Neuroscience Institute
 

  • Dr Jai Rao

Target Audience

This course is especially relevant to the Anaesthesiology trainees (residents and senior residents) preparing for the anaesthesiology examinations. Anaesthesiologists managing neurosurgical patients will also find this course useful. Upon completion of the course, the participant should expect to have a better understanding of the current thoughts and techniques in neuroanaesthesia and per-operative neurocritical care and incorporate this into their daily clinical practice.

Course Format

The course is designed to facilitate active audience participation and interaction with mini-lecture format, problem-based case discussions, panel discussion and review of relevant peer-reviewed medical literature.

Course outline & Flyer

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Course Fees (Inclusive of course materials, tea and lunch)

  • Residents and Medical Officers:
    $100 (early bird); $150(regular)
  • Specialists:
    $200 (early bird), $250 (regular)
  • Early Bird Registration (before 30th Sept 2014)

Course Date

Date: 15th Nov 2014 (Saturday)
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Course Venue

Seminar Rooms 1 and 2, Level 3, TTSH 

Course Registration and Cancellation Policy

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Registration is only confirmed by payment and until registration is full (maximum 30 participants).

Any cancellation must be notified to organizer in writing. 10% administrative levy will apply to any course refunds. A 50% partial refund will be issued if the enrolment is cancelled before 30th September 2014. No refund will be given if the cancellation request is received after 1st November 2014.