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Next meeting

The next GOAL meeting will be on Friday 22nd November 2019, 1400 hrs at the RCoA. Book your study leave now! See you there. Advertisements

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See you tomorrow!

We are looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the GOAL meeting tomorrow. Programme now published and available on this website under “Meetings”. Please remember, if you haven’t already done so, to join (or re-join) GOAL … Continue reading

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— STOP PRESS —

In order for GOAL to be GDPR compliant, we unfortunately need to reconfigure our membership database. So if you haven’t done so in the last six months, we need to ask you to rejoin GOAL using the “Join GOAL” page … Continue reading

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Thank you Kingston

A big thank you to the team from Kingston Hospital for presenting a very relevant and interesting programme at the GOAL meeting today at the Royal College of Anaesthetists.  

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Thank you Croydon; Hello and Goodbye!

Many thanks to the team from Croydon Hospital for organising and presenting a thought-provoking, varied and stimulating meeting on 27th April. Also at the meeting, Dr Philip Barclay from West Middlesex Hospital was elected the new Secretary of GOAL. Many … Continue reading

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Two weeks to go until the April GOAL meeting!

Just two weeks to go until the April 2018 GOAL meeting. This meeting will take place at the Royal College of Anaesthetists as usual and is free to attend, also as usual! This meeting is being organised by our obstetric … Continue reading

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See you soon

Just a reminder that the next GOAL meeting will be held at the Royal College of Anaesthetists on Friday 28th April 2107 at 1400 hrs. The meeting will┬ábe hosted by Watford General Hospital. Please see the programme on the GOAL … Continue reading

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