RCoA President congratulates the Government for developing the ability for key workers and their households to be tested for COVID-19 if they are showing virus symptoms.
The College surveyed its full membership during a 24 hour period between 15 and 16 April 2020 to gain a snapshot of the experiences of anaesthetists on the front line during the COVID-19 pandemic
The College reinforces its support to all anaesthetists in dealing with the difficulty of PPE supply shortages and unavailability to safely care for COVID-19 patients.
A 24h view from the COVID-19 frontline to best support our members.
UK anaesthesia and intensive care specialties collaborating on new guidance for alternative drugs and clinical techniques.
The College's Annual General Meeting has been postponed to the end of 2020.
The Centre for Perioperative Care calls for people to stay fit and healthy to reduce the severity of COVID-19.
Royal Colleges stress to NI government that healthcare workers need the appropriate quantity and level of personal protection equipment (PPE) and rapid access to testing.
NHS organisations strongly advised to adhere to national guidance regarding PPE for health care workers.