External Meetings and Events

Please click on the links below to find out more about meetings and events being run by the NIAA's funding partners.


The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland


Association for Cardiothoracic Anaesthesia and Critical Care


The Association of Paediatric Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland


The Anaesthetic Research Society


The British Journal of Anaesthesia


The British Society of Orthopaedic Anaesthetists


The Difficult Airway Society


The Obstetric Anaesthetists' Association


The Neuro Anaesthesia & Critical Care Society of Great Britain and Ireland


Regional Anaesthesia UK


The Royal College of Anaesthetists


The Society for Education in Anaesthesia UK


The Vascular Anaesthesia Society of Great Britain & Ireland

Other Research Events

This section will be used to share details of research-related events that may be of interest, however please note that the NIAA has not approved these events for CPD purposes and therefore cannot endorse their educational content.

Pioneering Partnerships 2019: Putting Patients First
Thursday 13 June 2019
etc. Venues, County Hall, London

Join the ABPI, AMRC and NIHR at this year's Pioneering Partnerships conference, which aims to inspire and inform partners across the health research sector to better establish links with experts by experience to create a more inclusive and relevant research environment for patients, carers and the public.

Register here to hear from a host of inspiring speakers championing to put patients first in medical research.

Mind the Gap! New ways of funding to pull research through to patient benefit
Thursday 4 July 2019
Friends House, Euston Road, London

This workshop, organised by Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), is aimed at people who want to find out about the new mechanisms that charities and other medical research funders are using to stimulate new ways to translate research into benefits for patients.

It will cover innovative approaches including the development of new investment vehicles that use charity financial and non-financial assets to support research, as well as examine novel partnerships and approaches to co-funding research.

Click here to register and find out more.