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Anaesthesia is the official journal of the Association of Anaesthetists and is international in scope and comprehensive in coverage. It publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of general and regional anaesthesia, intensive care and pain therapy, including research on equipment. Here you can find all our podcasts which go deeper into the issues raised by important papers on topics of relevance to all clinically practicing professionals.
 
The Bid breaks down what’s happening in the markets and explores the forces that are changing investing. Hear thought leaders from and outside of BlackRock discuss the trends shaping society and why they matter. Privacy policy: https://www.blackrock.com/corporate/compliance/privacy-policy This material is for informational purposes and is prepared by BlackRock, is not intended to be relied upon as a forecast, research or investment advice, and is not a recommendation, offer or solicitation t ...
 
Welcome to the Press Room, from Deloitte Insights, your source for the issues and ideas that matter to your business today. Host Tanya Ott interviews thought leaders and change makers on developments in business strategy, emerging technologies, growth, innovation, performance, risk and security, social impact, sustainability, talent and more. Deloitte Insights publishes original articles, reports, and periodicals that provide insights for businesses, the public sector, and NGOs. Our goal is ...
 
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Welcome to this Anaesthesia Journal Podcast which is all about the the 7th UK National Audit Project (NAP7), and more specifically, the challenges of defining, studying and learning from peri‐operative cardiac arrest. With the discovery of general anaesthesia came the issue of cardiac arrest during anaesthesia. It is thought to occur rarely, rangin…
 
Sam Alvis is head of green renewal at Green Alliance and a former senior adviser at the Tony Blair Institute. Anthony Browne is the MP for South Cambridgeshire and the chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Environment. He is also a former journalist and director of the think tank Policy Exchange. On they day they spoke, Green Alliance l…
 
Welcome to the first ever Anaesthesia Reports live broadcast – what will hopefully be the first of many - where we chat with the authors of their reports about the interesting scenarios they have encountered in their own clinical practice. This session was chaired by Dr Maryann Turner, who is an editor of Anaesthesia Reports and a paediatric anaest…
 
After yet another year of record temperatures and extreme weather events, there’s more and more discussion about how we can fight climate change and get to a net zero future – an economy that emits no more carbon dioxide than it removes from the atmosphere by 2050. But what does this transition look like in practice? On the second episode of a five…
 
Ruth Chambers joined the Greener UK unit as senior parliamentary affairs associate leading the coalition's work on the Environment Bill. Dame Glenys Stacey is the chair of the Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) in the UK.由Ruth Chambers, Dame Glenys Stacey, Glenys Stacey
 
There is much debate over the role of respiratory particles in guidelines for preventing transmission of COVID-19. Larger particles are traditionally called ‘droplets’ and are deemed to travel only 1-2 metres from an infected patient before falling to the ground. Aerosols are smaller particles and stay floating in the air for prolonged periods, spr…
 
The public sector is often seen as slow-moving and behind the times. But around the world, governments are creating innovative responses to intractable challenges. Join us as we dive into the exciting new developments in the future of government. This episode, Tanya Ott speaks with Dr. Sonal Shah of Georgetown University, Professor Sir Geoff Mulgan…
 
Today we published a new editorial which outlines the principles laid out in the recently released document from the Royal College of Anaesthetists, the Association of Anaesthetists and the Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine on resumption of planned surgical services. The resumption of planned healthcare in 2021 is both a necessity and an opportuni…
 
Malignant hyperthermia (MH) is a rare anaesthetic emergency. It has been estimated to occur in between 1:10,000 and 1:150,000 general anaesthetics, though there is much uncertainity about the precision of these estimates. The Association of Anaesthetists has not previously published full MH guidelines. In the absence of any recent guidelines publis…
 
The Covid-19 pandemic has put genomics and immunology front and center. In the first episode of a five-part mini-series on megatrends, CEO of Moderna Stéphane Bancel and CEO of CRISPR Therapeutics Dr. Samarth Kulkarni share their perspectives as companies on the frontlines. First, Stéphane shares how Moderna innovated to produce a Covid-19 vaccine …
 
Climate change is reshaping the global economy. And we believe it’s not just an investment risk – it’s an investment opportunity. But most ignore the effect of climate change in their economic projections. We think that’s wrong. On the last episode of a five-part mini-series on our global outlook, Vivek Paul, Senior Investment Strategist for the Bl…
 
Today we will explore our exciting new publication that examines the timing of surgery after SARS-CoV-2 infection. With us today we have Joana Simoes, Dmitri Nepogodiev and Aneel Bhangu who are co-authors of the paper. They were interviewed by Ben Morton, who is an Editor of Anaesthesia. The authors are representatives from the NIHR Global Health R…
 
“When we get it right for girls and women, everyone benefits." On #InternationalWomensDay2021 we were delighted to publish a special issue of 17 free to access articles all about the importance of women's health in peri-operative care. For this podcast, Seema Agarwal and Helen Laycock were joined by Ed Mullins and Alana Flexman to discuss some of t…
 
Sam Alvis is the head of the green renewal project at Green Alliance and former senior adviser at the Tony Blair Institute. Dimitri Zenghelis is a special adviser at the Bennett Institute, University of Cambridge, and co-founder of the Wealth Economy project. He is also a senior fellow at the Grantham Institute on Climate Change at the London Schoo…
 
We expect a restart of the global economy and more action by policymakers to cushion the virus shock – but the impact on the markets will likely look very different. On the fourth episode of a five-part mini-series on our global outlook, Jean Boivin, Head of the BlackRock Investment Institute, explores what’s next for Covid-19 and policy. He discus…
 
With us today we have Dr Jane Quinlan from Oxford and Dr Nicholas Levy from Bury St. Edmunds, who are co-authors of a new international multidisciplinary consensus statement on the prevention of opioid‐related harm in adult surgical patients. Their aim was to provide balanced guidance on the safe peri‐operative use of opioids in adults. The guidanc…
 
The Covid-19 crisis continues to profoundly shape our geopolitical environment. It has heightened U.S.-China tensions, accelerated inequality and caused companies to revamp their supply chains. With a new administration in the White House, what changes can we expect to the geopolitical landscape this year? On the third episode of a five-part mini-s…
 
Armstrong et al. conducted an initial systematic review and meta‐analysis of 24 observational studies published by 31 May 2020, which included 10,150 patients, finding that mortality was 41.6%, with evidence that this was decreasing as the pandemic progressed. This new updated meta-analysis seems to show that any fall in mortality rate between June…
 
In this episode, Jim Elliot speaks to Karen Ellis, director of sustainable economy at WWF-UK, about the landmark Dasgupta Review on the economics of biodiversity. They discuss the significant conclusions of the review, what should be done to reverse nature’s decline and why GDP may no longer be an adequate indicator of economic development.…
 
The direct reporting of awareness in maternity patients (DREAMY) study was a multicentre, prospective cohort study that aimed to establish the incidence, risk‐factors and sequelae of AAGA in obstetrics. A secondary study was embedded within it with the aim of describing general anaesthesia practice in obstetric patients in the UK. We were joined li…
 
After a year of dramatic volatility, the U.S. stock market ended 2020 at record highs – and this year already has had a strong start. Can the momentum continue? In the second episode of a five-part mini-series on our global outlook, Tony DeSpirito, Chief Investment Officer for U.S. Fundamental Equities, shares why he’s bullish on the stock market t…
 
Thirty-two years ago, BlackRock’s Chairman and CEO, Larry Fink, rallied seven other people to found a small bond firm. Since then, BlackRock has grown into a global asset manager. Following the Global Financial Crisis, Larry began an annual tradition of writing a letter to CEOs on behalf of our clients – the institutions and individuals who invest …
 
This month's podcast is taken from our first ever live broadcast with Professor Sir Jeremy Farrar (@JeremyFarrar) and Professor Tim Cook (@doctimcook). Mike Charlesworth (@Miko_Charleswor) and Louise Savic (@LouiseSavic) ask questions all about their new paper, which discusses everything to do with the COVID-19 vaccines. Enjoy!…
 
An eventful 2020 changed our perspective on how to invest in 2021. We’ve entered a new investment order – one that calls for a rethink of portfolios. In the first episode of a five part mini-series on our global outlook, Scott Thiel, Chief Fixed Income Officer, shares the three themes we see driving markets this year. He talks about why investors s…
 
In episode four of our second series of ‘Insights’ podcasts, Shaun Spiers, executive director at Green Alliance is joined by Sir Ed Davey, leader of the Liberal Democrats. They discuss Ed's time as secretary of state for energy and climate change during the coalition years, his hopes for COP26 and Lib Dem ambitions for the environment.…
 
Since the Global Financial Crisis, the financial services industry – and asset management in particular – has been turned on its head. As an asset manager ourselves, how do we innovate and build products that meet investors’ evolving needs? On this episode of The Bid, Patrick Olson, BlackRock’s Chief Product Officer, discusses three drivers of chan…
 
This year, perhaps finally, is coming to a close. What are the biggest lessons we’ve learned from the markets? On this episode of The Bid, investors from across BlackRock share how the Covid-19 crisis has compared to past financial crises; the trends that were accelerated like technology and sustainability; and the resilience we saw from companies …
 
For this podcast, we brought together a panel of experts to discuss the consequences of lab grown meat and dairy. Proponents emphasise the environmental and animal welfare potential of these technologies, but there are concerns about ownership and distribution of economic benefits, as well as the serious potential impact on the farming community.Th…
 
The energy transition is taking shape: As electricity consumption increases around the world, more and more, renewable power is replacing fossil fuels as a primary – and cheaper – source of energy. This transition has major implications for areas of private markets. On this episode of The Bid and our mini-series, “Sustainability. Our new standard,”…
 
When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, companies’ time horizons shrunk and surviving the months ahead became top priority. What made companies resilient through the crisis? A clear focus on purpose and on serving their employees and communities. On this episode of The Bid, Sandy Boss, BlackRock’s Global Head of Investment Stewardship, shares what it means…
 
We’re in a time of crisis in more ways than one. In addition to a global pandemic, we’re facing climate change and increased competition between nations. What can we learn from these crises coming together, and how do we move forward? On this episode of The Bid, we sit down with best-selling author and Pulitzer Prize winner Dr. Daniel Yergin. Dan i…
 
This conversation took place at our Making it count event on Friday 27 November, in which Ed joined us to discuss the importance of getting COP26 right. As a "veteran of Copenhagen", the former Labour leader has some fascinating insights into what we have learned from the past decade of climate negotiations. Discover more about what happened at our…
 
How can we identify which companies are acting sustainably? While sustainability has made headlines this year, the real opportunity exists beyond the hype. On this episode of The Bid, Eric Van Nostrand, Head of Research for Sustainable Investments, discusses how he goes under the hood to find opportunities in sustainable investing. He walks through…
 
The UK government’s commitment to phase out petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030 was called for by Green Alliance and Greenpeace in a joint briefing in September 2020. In this episode, Gwen and Rebecca discuss the significance of this policy and others to ask - is the PM's green plan going to put the environment at the heart of the economic recovery?…
 
Deloitte financial services leaders Monica O’Reilly and Jim Eckenrode discuss how the financial services industry has adapted to the new normal, their initiatives on employee well-being, and the sectors' future outlook.由Deloitte Insights: Host Tanya Ott with Deloitte's Monica O'Reilly and Jim Eckenrode
 
This month, Mike Charlesworth is joined by the lead authors, Irwin Foo and Jaideep Pandit. If you have an opinion either way, use lidocaine infusions yourself or know of their use in your hospital, this one is for you! You can read the free papers here and here!由anaepodcasts
 
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