Who are we?

We are a not for profit company based in North Wales who run high quality medical training courses.

To find out more, please click on the relevant links. The next courses which we will be running are detailed in the NEXT COURSES section.

Cadaveric Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anaesthesia Course

£370.00

Following the success of our previous cadaveric ultrasound courses, we are very excited to be able to offer a eighth cadaveric, ultrasound guided nerve block course in conjunction with the anatomy department at Bangor University.

Date: 
Thursday, 7 November, 2019 - 09:00 to Friday, 8 November, 2019 - 17:00
Price: £370.00
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Our philosophy

Have you ever attended a course where you're stood in a crowd around an ultrasound machine, straining to see what's going on?

Our courses are different!

We believe that ultrasound-guided nerve blocks can only be learnt by actual practical exposure to the techniques. 

We limit the group size and have a large faculty so all candidates have sufficient time "hands on". Our enthusiastic faculty are all very experienced block practitioners- most of whom first learnt to perform regional blocks before the widespread availability of ultrasound in UK theatre suites. They have a wealth of experience and can share many practical tips which will help you in becoming effective in the application of these exciting & useful techniques.

Our aim is to de-mystify what is often seen as a dark art and help to make ultrasound use a non-threatening adjunct to everyday anaesthetic practice.

About us

Eryri Medical is a limited, not for profit company, based in North Wales which runs high quality medical courses. The initial courses are based around the interests of company directors, Dr Suman Mitra and Dr Simon Burnell.

We set the company up to have full control over the financial side of running courses and enable us to re-invest the course fees into improving our courses.

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