South West Anaesthesia Research Matrix

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Research Training Symposium 2017

 

The fifth installment of SWARM's annual Research Training Symposium was held on 13th March 2017 at the Buckfast Abbey Conference Centre - a huge thank you to Dr Tim Warrener for organising what proved to be a very interesting and entertaining RTS!


The finalised programme can be found here, but covered topics from anaesthetic  to agents, pain research through to updates on SWARM projects and Patient and Public Involvement in Research.  Of course we made time for our Hive of Ideas to choose our next SWARM project.


We would like to thank SASWR for their support for the SWARM RTS.

 
  • Buckfast Abbey Conference Room
    Buckfast Abbey Conference Room
  • Johannes, our Chairman, kicking off our meeting
    Johannes, our Chairman, kicking off our meeting
  • Prof Sneyd, SWARM President, on the journey of anaesthetic agents
    Prof Sneyd, SWARM President, on the journey of anaesthetic agents
  • Mark Rockett, SWARM Consultant Director, updating us on acute pain research
    Mark Rockett, SWARM Consultant Director, updating us on acute pain research
  • Gary Minto, SWARM Consultant Director, explaining our project in development COMPASS
    Gary Minto, SWARM Consultant Director, explaining our project in development COMPASS
  • Francesca, iHypE Regional Lead, updating members on this successful RAFT project
    Francesca, iHypE Regional Lead, updating members on this successful RAFT project
  • Joe Butchart, Consultant RD&E, on cognitive function monitoring
    Joe Butchart, Consultant RD&E, on cognitive function monitoring
Buckfast Abbey Conference Room
Buckfast Abbey Conference Room
 

Participant Feedback

 

...brilliant agm, enjoyed it more than last year, was more relevant and speakers were excellent


...excellent day, as a research novice/phobic I have left the day thoroughly enthused. Great venue / food too


...great day, enthusiasm generating, lots of ideas to take away


...really helpful on how to get ppi involvement in projects


...great session felt really involved with voting system


...fantastic talk, always great to hear prof sneyds view on anaesthesia

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