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18-20 May 2021

Anaesthesia 2021

Our postponed Anaesthesia 2020 flagship conference returns online in May 2021 for three days of what promises to be a bigger, better, must-attend event for the specialty.

Join the TRIPOM committee - we need a new surgical lead!

Would you like a unique opportunity to join a national committee to help deliver access to perioperative resources for health care professionals across the UK?

Interested in surgical education, and passionate about improving care for patients in the perioperative setting?

Then TRIPOM is for you!

TRIPOM is an international educational collaborative run by trainees, providing resources for all health care professionals who encounter the surgical patient. Our aim is to deliver free educational content linked to major post-graduate education curricular, on all things perioperative.

TRIPOM is looking for a new enthusiastic surgical lead for its committee. The surgical lead will be responsible for the following:

  • Engaging with and growing the surgical membership of TRIPOM, including increasing the regional surgical leads across the UK.
  • Developing new content specifically aimed at surgical trainees for TRIPOM educational outputs.
  • Being the point of contact for communication and generate collaborative partnerships with surgical trainee groups.

The successful candidate should have a keen interest in medical education as well as good communication skills, ability to work as part of a team, and enthusiasm for perioperative care of the surgical patient.

What we do

We produce free, high-quality educational output across a range of different topics and platforms. There is also the opportunity for TRIPOM members to publish their work in peer-reviewed journals. TRIPOM is also a collaborator with major anaesthetic bodies including the Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) and part of the Centre for Perioperative Medicine (CPOC) advisory group. Our key content includes:

  • Perioperative journal watch – written by the TRIPOM education committee and published in the RCoA bulletin newsletter, this provides a round-up of the most recent important perioperative papers and articles.
  • Perioperative medicine in a nutshell – this educational series comprises short articles on key topics in perioperative medicine, published in the peer-reviewed British Journal of Hospital Medicine.
  • Videos/Podcasts/webinars – keep up to date on the latest perioperative evidence and news with videos from the RCoA and the ‘Top Med Talks’ podcasts, recently featuring an international perspective of perioperative medicine from the TRIPOM team. TRIPOM has just launched a series of free webinars with expert speakers covering the challenges of perioperative care in the COVID-19 era.
  • Conferences – we host a trainee conference alongside the international EBPOM conference each year. Packed full of perioperative information, from tips and tricks on improving your CV to real live CPET teaching. Alongside our national conference, last year we hosted a perioperative medicine roadshow, which toured numerous UK sites bringing perioperative information straight to your deanery. TRIPOM has also had a presence or speakers at other important surgical conferences including the ASiT national conference, and the RCSEng prehabilitation and perioperative care conference.
  • Providing an extensive free revision source for perioperative sections of MRCS and FRCS curriculum
  • Assisting surgeons to be more adept at management of common perioperative conditions
  • Providing an opportunity to have your work published

How TRIPOM benefits surgical trainees

Good surgical care requires a multi-disciplinary approach, and a careful understanding of perioperative medicine is required of the modern day surgeon to ensure successful outcomes for patients. TRIPOM can benefit surgical trainees by:

  • Providing an extensive free revision source for perioperative sections of MRCS and FRCS curriculum
  • Assisting surgeons to be more adept at management of common perioperative conditions
  • Providing an opportunity to have your work published

Great! How do I apply?

The role is open to any surgical grade trainee from CT1/ST1 onwards. Interested candidates should submit a CV and a brief (no more than 300 words) application to hello@tripom.org with why you would like to apply and what you would bring to the role.

Best wishes,

The TRIPOM Team

hello@tripom.org @triperioperati1


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