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Book Your Place on NTAM 2014 here
Saturday 25th January - Saturday 1st February
We have a varied programme again for 2014. Our Plenary Speaker will be Duncan Young, Senior Lecturer in Anaesthetics at the University of Oxford and a consultant in Anaesthetics and Critical Care. Programme includes Obstetrics, Regional Anaesthesia, and Management. View the full programme here
Getting to NTAM
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