23rd – 25th November 2016  /  London  /  Accredited for up to 15 CME Points



The conference is organised by the Departments of Anaesthesiology at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London, the VUmc/ VUmc Cancer Centre, Amsterdam, the MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, the Mater Hospital, Dublin and the Peter Maccallum Cancer Centre Melbourne.
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust in London is co-ordinating the conference this year. The Royal Marsden is a world-leading cancer centre specialising in cancer diagnosis, treatment, research and education. Our academic partnership with The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) makes us the largest comprehensive cancer centre in Europe with a combined staff of 4,300.”
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  • 3 Days: Nov 23rd-25th 2016
  • Choice of workshops: TIVA , CPET, Cancer Pain and Communication in the ICU.
  • Lectures, debates and panel discussions
  • Up to date findings in the growing field of anaesthesia and cancer outcomes from key researchers
  • Focus on Major surgery, Bleeding management, Cancer pain and Oncology in the ICU
  • Awarded maximum 15 CPD Points by Royal College of Anaesthetists
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The Royal Horseguards Hotel – The One White Hall Place. 2 Whitehall Court, London SW1A 2EJ
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Dear colleagues,
As conference chair, I am delighted to invite you to the 4th Global Conference on Perioperative Medicine – Care of the Cancer Patient. The conference is being held right in the heart of London at the The Royal Horseguards Hotel – The One White Hall Place. 2 Whitehall Court, London SW1A 2EJ. From Nov 23rd-25th 2016 and is organised by the five participating Departments of Anaesthesiology:
  • The Royal Marsden Hospital, London
  • The VUmc Cancer Center Amsterdam
  • The MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston
  • The Mater Hospital Dublin
  • The Peter Maccallum Cancer Center Melbourne.
Featuring international leaders in both the research and clinical fields of Anaesthesia, Pain and Cancer, the programme will highlight the growing body of evidence around the link between anaesthesia delivery and cancer outcomes and the consequent clinical implications. There are also sessions covering pain management in the cancer patient, the fundamentals of critical care medicine for oncology and haemato-oncology, bleeding and transfusion issues, haemodynamics and stress metabolism.
Workshops are available on day 1 of the conference for those wishing to learn how to conduct CPET and TIVA. Another focus is the Opioid workshop concentrating on the management of acute and chronic cancer induced pain.
This is the fourth such conference, following on from Houston (2013), Melbourne (2014) and Amsterdam (2015) and we look forward to developing and extending the success of these previous meetings
London is Europe’s largest city and its accessibility and culture makes it one of the continent’s most visited destinations. It offers all of the political, cultural and historic experiences that one could wish for at a scientific conference in a prime location. Its universities, research institutions, theatres, museums, concert halls, and architecture enjoy a first class international reputation. Occurring in the run up to Christmas, there is also access to first class shopping and Christmas Markets !
I look forward to meeting you in November 2016 in London and to expanding cooperation and existing ties in this exciting and developing field.
Tim Wigmore