Aims & Strategy
The National Institute of Academic Anaesthesia was established in 2008. Its aims are to:
- Improve patient care by promoting the translation of research findings into clinical practice
- Develop and maximise its academic profile within the healthcare profession, NHS, universities and major research bodies
- Facilitate high profile, influential research
- Facilitate and support training and continuing professional education in academia.
NIAA Strategic Plan 2012-17 (81 KB)
A National Strategy for Academic Anaesthesia (658 KB)
The NIAA was set up in response to the recommendations made in this report produced by Dr Jaideep Pandit in 2005.
NIAA Research Priority Setting Exercise
Between 2008-2009 the NIAA conducted a Research Priority Setting Exercise to identify research topics which would be of benefit to patients and inform clinical practice. Click here to find out more.
NIAA Away Day, November 2011: Feedback Welcome
Please click here to view an Executive Summary of the NIAA Away Day which was held on 11 November 2011. The day was designed to give members an opportunity to reflect on the NIAA's progress to date and to map out strategic objectives for the future. We are keen to find out what you think about the document so please do share your comments in the feedback box provided!