Welcome to the Anaesthetics and Critical Care Society (SSOACC) page. Whether you are an aspiring intensivist, a wannabe dermatologist or have no idea where you will end up, our society can help you get there and make you feel more comfortable around the sick patient. 

 

Collectively, we feel we do not get enough training in the management of the unwell patient throughout medical school, and we will all need to, so our society is here to help. 

 

All years are welcome and all years will benefit no matter your background. 

 

Our aims:

  • Make you feel more confident in managing the deteriorating patient with use of sim cases and A-E assessments
  • Help with clinical skills
  • Understand the training pathways and what life is like in critical care
  • Provide certificates to help you boost your portfolio

 

The society is completely free so sign up to our mailing list to hear about our events:

https://forms.gle/89oMa8xDv4wvNNZj9

 

Follow our social media (Facebook, Instagram) for weekly MCQs and we will post events here too.

 

We look forward to seeing you all soon!

The Committee

All clubs and societies within the Students' Union are run entirely by students. The student committee for Anaesthetics and Critical Care Society this year are:

Szandra Horvath
President
James McKillop
Secretary
Matthew Elms
Treasurer
James Quinn
Vice President
Imogen Andrews
Vice President
Soonyiu Yau
Welfare Officer
Alexandra Thomas
Year Rep
Charlotte Morea
Year Rep

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Constitution

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Health & Safety

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