Dr Stuart White introduces the Association of Anaesthetists’ Guidelines for Hip Fracture at the Age Anaesthesia Association’s Online Annual Meeting, held on 21 May 2021.
Formed in 1990, the Age Anaesthesia Association is a collaboration of health professionals from anaesthetic, surgical and medical backgrounds with the shared mission of attaining age-equal access to and improved outcomes for older people undergoing surgery.
The Association held their first online Annual Meeting on 21st May 2021. The programme included sessions on NELA, Geriatric Major Trauma, Shared Decision Making and COVID, Surgery and Older People. In the final session of the day, trainees also had the opportunity to showcase their case reports, audits, Quality Improvement Projects and research as part of the Association’s Trainee Prize Presentations.
Four FFN UK members were asked to speak at the event, and the Association have kindly allowed us to host their presentations here.
Association of Anaesthetists
Guidelines for Hip Fracture
Dr Stuart White
Recovery after hip fracture: The patient perspective
Professor Matt Costa
Professor Matt Costa talks about the patient’s perspective on recovery following hip fracture at the Age Anaesthesia Association’s Online Annual Meeting, held on 21 May 2021.
Quality improvement for people with hip fracture: best practice and beyond
Professor Antony Johansen
Professor Antony Johansen discusses using best practice to drive continuous improvement for people with hip fracture at the Age Anaesthesia Association’s Online Annual Meeting, held on 21 May 2021.
Multidisciplinary management of hip fracture in orthogeriatric nursing
Karen Hertz looks at the multidisciplinary management of hip fractures in geriatric patients at the Age Anaesthesia Association’s Online Annual Meeting, held on 21 May 2021.