HKCA Bulletin

HKCA Bulletin – TUOHY

Editor-in-chief : Dr Wong Man Kin (Henry)

Volume 33 Number 1

Retreat and Strategic Planning  The College had the Retreat on 8th January 2023 at Sheraton Hotel to discuss the following areas that concern fellows and members the most. Enhance HKCA international connections, reputation and recognition Ensuring standards of professional examination Improving fellows & members welfare Enhancing professional development opportunities Future direction in anaesthesia fellowship training […]

Volume 32 Number 4

  Retreat HKCA is going to organise a Retreat on Sunday 8th January 2023 (9am – 5pm) at Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel to deliberate the direction of the College. A survey was conducted prior to the retreat to collect views from fellows on the focus of the retreat. The following are the topics that will […]

Volume 32 Number 3

  ASM 2022 Registration Fee The council of The Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists (HKCA), and The Society of Anaesthetists of Hong Kong (SAHK) recognise the disruptions to physical activity and mental health caused by the 5th wave of the pandemic in unprecedented ways. To support our fellows and trainees in these unsettled and turbulent […]

Volume 32 Number 2

5th Wave of Pandemic The College hopes fellows and members are staying well and healthy amidst the 5th wave of the pandemic. We recognise the disruptions to physical activity and mental health caused by COVID-19 in unprecedented ways. As we work our way through the pandemic’s 5th wave, the College has decided the following to […]

Volume 32 Number 1

Updates on the Coroner Inquest in October 2021 A number of College fellows have expressed their concerns on the appropriateness of an expert witness’ comment outside his expertize specialty at the coroner inquest in October 2021 which were covered by the media. A note was written to the President of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine […]

Volume 31 Number 4

ASM 2021– Message from the Chairman of Organising Committee I have been enjoying most ASMs as a participant since the early years of my training. It is my great honour to be invited to organise the Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) 2021 almost a year ago. The planning of this year’s ASM is full of challenges. […]

Volume 31 Number 3

Annual Scientific Meeting in Anaesthesiology 2021 The Annual Scientific Meeting in Anaesthesiology 2021 (ASM 2021) is going to be the most important knowledge exchanging platforms for anaesthetists, intensivists and perioperative physicians in Hong Kong. The theme of this year’s meeting is “Overcoming the Risks”. As a perioperative physician or a healthcare provider amidst the pandemic, the […]

Volume 31 Number 2

International Academy of Colleges of Anaesthesiologists The HKCA has been working alongside with The Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (ANZCA), College of Anaesthesiologists of Ireland (CAI), Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCoA) and Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) to establish The International Academy of Colleges of Anaesthesiologists. After a year […]

Volume 31 Number 1

Formation of Perioperative Medicine Committee Perioperative medicine is an emerging field within our specialty globally, and has become increasingly important in our day-to-day management of patients — widely expanding our engagement with patient care in the perioperative period. There is increasing evidence that perioperative medicine pathways and interventions improve outcomes for surgical patients. With the […]

Volume 30 Number 4

ASM 2020 – Message from the Chairman of Organising Committee I am pleased to report EBPOM-Asia and ASM 2020 were successfully held on 14th and 15th November 2020. Under the theme of “New Decade. New Milestones. Anaesthesia in 2020”, an extensive range of topics in Perioperative Medicine and Anaesthesia were examined and explored from Prehabilitation […]

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