Trainees

The NIAA is committed to the academic advancement of trainees whether they are purely clinically orientated or future physician-scientists. Involvement in academic activity is a cornerstone of anaesthetic training and leads to improved clinical care at both a local and national level.

Anaesthetists already have deep roots in scientific knowledge through studying for the Fellowship of the Royal College of Anaesthetists and the clinical application of science. Building on these foundations, anaesthetic trainees are well positioned to be involved in research focused on the improvement of patient care. The NIAA aims to highlight and increase the opportunities of anaesthetic trainees to be involved in high impact research.

NIAA Trainee Representation

The current trainee representatives on the NIAA Board and Research Council are:

  • Dr Dan Martin
    NIAA Academic Training Coordinator
    University College London

  • Dr Andrew Owen
    NIAA Trainee Representative
    Birmingham

  • Dr Annemarie Docherty
    NIAA Trainee Representative
    Edinburgh

Further Information

The previous Academic Training Coordinator, Dr Ramani Moonesinghe, gave an inspiring talk to trainees at the AAGBI's GAT Annual Scientific Meeting on 4 April 2013.

Please click here to view this presentation. (Please note this is accessible via the members' section of the AAGBI website.)