ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The Severn Trainee Anaesthetic Research Group (STAR), in association with the University of Bristol Anaesthesia, Pain and Critical Care group, are pleased to announce the STAR 5th Annual Research Conference.
Open to trainees of all grades, this will be an exciting day of talks from national experts at the forefront of anaesthetic research.The day also allows sign off of the mandatory Research and Managing Data of the Generic Professional Domain in the 2021 Curriculum.
Programme Highlights: Research updates, career guidance, poster/oral presentations and STAR Project Pitch.
Anaesthesia, Pain and Critical Care group
STAR PROJECT PITCH - TRAINEE PRIZE
Submissions now open!
Do you have a great idea for a research or QI project?
Are you doing a project you want to expand?
Submit your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org
- This prize opportunitiy is open to all trainees. You'll be expected to prepare a 5-minute presentation on the idea. The project will be reviewed by a panel before the prize presentation at the end of the day!
Maximum one side of A4, size 12 print.
Deadline January 11th 2024
Infographics or posters are welcome and we'll publish these during the event!
2024 Annual Conference Programme
Paths well-trodden and novel to get involved in research, audit and quality improvement
8:45-9:00 Welcome and Registration
Academic Careers, Dr Jim Dunham
Success and Challenges of Running a Drug Feasibility Study, Dr Matt Thomas
10:30-10:45 COFFEE BREAK
Human Rights: Transformative Simulation for Better, Mr Andy Buttery
Beyond Manikins: Unleashing Innovative Simulation for Quality Improvement, Miss Tiffany Whitchurch
Improving the Evidence Base for Improvement, Professor Mary Dixon-Woods
How to Write a Paper- an Editor’s Insights, Professor Robert Hinchliffe
14:45-15:00 COFFEE BREAK
Round Table Talks
Writing your First Systematic Review: Tips, Tricks, and Stupid Things I did, Dr Suzanne Harrogate
Academic Careers Dr Aravind Ramesh
Associate Principal Investigator: an In-work Training Opportunity, Dr Carys Lim
Academic Clinical Fellowship Programme, Dr Emma Sewart
Anaesthesia, Pain and Critical Care Group, Professor Tony Pickering