Founded in 1999, the aim of the North Thames Anaesthetic Meeting (NTAM) is to update delegates on practice and developments relevant to everyday anaesthesia. As a relatively small group (maximum 70 delegates), the surroundings are particularly conducive to debate, conversation and hands-on sessions. The setting is a comfortable hotel in the French Alps which allows issues current in anaesthesia to be discussed outside the meeting room and facilitates further exchange of ideas between anaesthetic colleagues.
Although organised from London, UK, our delegates congregate annually in a European Alpine resort from all over the Britain and the World. Please browse our site for more information and other anaesthetic resources.
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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
Delegates travel to the meeting from all over the world. Follow this to get there.
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