NAW is all about difficult airway management
NAW has provided a platform for difficult airway training since 2004. From airway assessment to fibreoptic intubation on an anaesthetised patient, all is taught in 2 days.
We teaching extensive hands-on practical skills including animal model FONA.
NAW attracts national and international delegates.
For individual attention the delegates number is limited to 8 doctors and 4 anaesthetic nurses/ODPs.
NAW is a DAS approved course and is awarded 10 CPD points by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.
NAW is suitable for all grades of anaesthetists, we recommend at least one year of anaesthetics experience before attending the workshop.
NAW is also suitable for anaesthetic nurses/ODPs and other specialties like A&E, intensive care respiratory physicians who want to learn advance airway techniques.
Non UK delegates are also welcome. If you are not registered with GMC then please provide a valid copy of your medical council registration. We will also need proof of your Hep B status.
Delegates will learn
♦ Prediction of difficult intubation
♦ Difficult Airway Society guidelines
♦ Theoretical knowledge about fibreoptic laryngoscope and VL
♦ Theoretical knowledge of fibreoptic intubation under general anaesthesia
♦ Awake fibreoptic and VL intubation on a manikin
♦ Video Assisted Fibreoptic Intubation (VAFI) on a manikin
♦ Nasal endoscopy on a manikin
♦ Techniques of fibreoptic intubation on manikin, including use of Aintree catheter and 2nd generation SAD etc
♦ Each participating doctor will perform fibreoptic intubation on an anaesthetised patient, under supervision*
♦ Videolaryngoscopes and other difficult airway management devices**
♦ Cricothyroidotomy including animal model
♦ THRIVE / HFNO
♦ Human factor
♦ Ultrasound neck
♦ Scenario-based discussion
♦ Simulation station on difficult airway management
* The Nurses/ODPs will not perform FOI on patient instead they will take up their roll on the 2nd day.
** We do our best to get most of the new intubation aids, but the availability depends upon the medical representatives and can not be guaranteed.
Thanks to AMBU for their continued support