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Burton Regional Anaesthesia Course

View Website → 24 November 09:00 - 17:00 - In Person Event

Now in its 15th year, the course builds on the foundations of small groups of candidates led by experienced, EDRA diplomates and nationally recognised experts in the field of local and regional anaesthesia.
The day begins with a lecture introducing the concept of ultrasound and how this basic knowledge can be used to generate optimal images in clinical practice.

The rest of the day works through a series of workshops allowing you to gain hands-on experience in obtaining the images required to perform the following blocks:

Upper limb:

  • Interscalene
  • Supra/infraclavicular
  • Suprascapular
  • Axillary
  • Median / ulnar / radial at all levels


  • TAP
  • QL1/2 and Serratus anterior
  • Interpectoral and Pecto-Serratus
  • ESP

Lower limb:

  • Femoral
  • Fascia-iliaca
  • Adductor canal
  • Sciatic
  • Ankle block
  • I-PACK
  • PENG

There will be opportunities to image anatomy for central neuraxial blocks.

The workshops will also allow you to explore how these new skills can be used clinically to deliver patient care.

With a limit to candidate numbers, there is ample opportunity to ‘customise’ the content of the workshop to maximise the impact of each for you.

£150 (15% fee reduction for RA-UK members)


24 November
09:00 - 17:00
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Queens Hospital, Burton on Trent
Queens Hospital, Burton-on-Trent DE13 0PZ United Kingdom + Google Map


Clinical Specialty
Clinical Subspecialty
Regional Anaesthesia
Event Length
One Day
In Person