Communication in Anaesthesia
The Communication in Anaesthesia Special Interest Group (SIG) plans to develop workshops and resources and provide guidance to help improve anaesthetists’ skills in all aspects of their work including patient care (for example, needle-phobic patients), working with surgeons and other health professionals, administrators and the media.
In addition, the SIG hopes to be able to provide support in teaching and research related to communication in anaesthesia.
A range of activities from the Communication in Anaesthesia SIG will be announced in coming months.
2016 Combined Communication, Education, Management and Welfare SIG Meeting
October 7-9, 2016, Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific, NSW.
2015 Combined Communication, Education, Management and Welfare SIG Meeting
Held September 25-27, 2015, Peppers Noosa Resort and Villas, Noosa, QLD.
'Innovation - Leadership - Accountability'. Please go to the meeting website to view the slides.
If you have any questions, please contact Events
Membership of Communication in Anaesthesia SIG is open to Fellows, members of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists and the New Zealand Society of Anaesthetists. Fellows of other colleges, practitioners and allied health professionals are encouraged to participate as associate members.
|Chair||Dr Allan Cyna
|Member||Dr Marion Andrew||SA|
||Dr Suyin Tan||NSW|
|Member||Dr Andrew Robinson||New Zealand
|Member||Dr Andrew Love
|Member||Dr Guy Buchanan
|Member||Associate Professor Scott Simmons
||Dr Jo Sutherland