It is a great pleasure and honor for me as the President to welcome you all for the 37th Annual Academic Congress of College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Sri Lanka (COAISL).The congress program is accredited by the Royal College of Anaesthetists in the UK for CPD credits and will be conducted on a virtual platform on 23rd and 24th of January followed by post-congress workshops on 26th, 27thand 29th of January 2021. Read more..
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Ayubowan! I am honoured and privileged to send this message as the General Secretary of the College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Sri Lanka and to welcome all participants attending the Annual Academic Congress 2021, a timely and an important event of our college calendar. Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and its challenges the 37th annual academic congress of the College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Sri Lanka will be held for the first time on a completely virtual platform. Read more..
It gives me great pleasure to see that the College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Sri Lanka have, once again, put together an impressive programme for their 37th Annual Academic Congress 2021. I congratulate the College and the organizers for this endeavour despite the current challenges related to ongoing global pandemic. Read more..
Dear Friends, I am privileged and honoured to announce the 37th Annual Academic Congress of the College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Sri Lanka which will be held on 23-24th January 2021 on a virtual platform for the first time. Annual sessions of our college give the opportunity for many anaesthetists and intensivists from all .Read more..
We are at the beginning of a new year which brings in a new Council. Corona is still with us, but we are learning to live with the menace, the vaccine shining a light at the end of the tunnel. An on-line Annual Sessions is to commence on the 23rd of January, the theme for 2021 being ‘Ensuring Safety and Quality through Education, Training and Capacity Building of Workforce’. Workshops on Low Flow Anaesthesia and Perioperative Ventilatory Strategies, Address Human Factors as a ‘Journey of Medical Errors’, Mechanical Ventilation : From Old Boundaries to New Frontiers and Obstetric Anaesthesia have been [...]
Another three months have passed since the last Newsletter. The COAISL has, during this period, recommenced teaching on-line for Part 1A and Part 1B, conducted a FACCT course, had ERC and other ALS courses, continued with the EPM workshops, had a workshop on nerve blocks, and had an ILS and anaphylaxis workshop. There are many other programmes that our members conducted, especially on world sepsis day. The COAISL conducted the monthly clinical meeting at the SLMA in October on the topic ‘McNamara Fallacy and Evidence Based Medicine’. The Council meetings have proceeded as usual, with the addition of on-line participation. We [...]
"The deadline for the submission of abstracts of Prize Competitions of the 37th Annual Academic Congress 2021 has been extended to 15th November 2020." The College of Anaesthesiologists & Intensivists of Sri Lanka invite submissions from those interested in presenting free papers & posters at the 37thAnnual Academic Congress for the following prize competitions. Click here for more details
Dear All, Applications are hereby called for the Dr Thistle Jayawardene Oration to be held at the induction of president of the College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Sri Lanka 2021. The terms & conditions are as follows. Terms and Conditions for the Oration: The lectureship is open to all members of the College of Anaesthesiologists & Intensivists of Sri Lanka. A PDF version of the soft copy of the entire oration should be sent before the 30th September 2020 to The General Secretary, College of Anaesthesiologists and Intensivists of Sri Lanka via email. E mail address- firstname.lastname@example.org. There should [...]
March, April and May have been three very eventful months for all Sri Lankans and the whole world. COVID -19 - it took centre stage, and also took everyone by storm - governments, health authorities, individuals and associations like ours. Through it all we have arrived, borne the brunt of the storm and can be proud of our health services. We cannot be complacent - as the infection was evolving then, but is far from over now. We have had guidelines crises, PPE crises and drug crises to mention just a few of the issues that our members [...]