NSW Anatomy for Anaesthetists workshop

Join us for the “Anatomy for Anaesthetists” workshop on Saturday November 30, 2019, Discipline of Anatomy and Histology, The University of Sydney.

The NSW Anaesthetic Continuing Education Committee is pleased to present another full day
of anatomy demonstrations using specimens especially dissected for anatomy relevant to nerve

This workshop will use cadaveric specimens especially dissected in the anatomy department of Australia’s oldest university – the University of Sydney. They were prepared by an anatomist specifically for anaesthetists. This makes them quite unique in the growing area of “wet labs” for the anaesthetic community. The session is clinically relevant but brings a return to our student days within the anatomy department and a focus on anatomical landmarks, structures and the subsequent relationship to ultrasound anatomy. Areas covered include the vertebral spine, root of neck, inguinal region, the eye, head and neck, the larynx and the upper limb.


For further details please refer to the program.


There is a strict limit on the number of registrants (40), so please enrol early. To register please click here.


Participants in the ANZCA continuing professional development program can claim the following in the knowledge and skills category: Workshops for two credits per hour.  

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Gabrielle Beverakis

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