Royal College of Anaesthetists
The Royal College of Anaesthetists is the professional body responsible for the specialty throughout the UK
They are the third-largest medical royal college in the UK by membership. With a combined membership of 23,000 fellows and members, we ensure the quality of patient care by safeguarding standards in the three specialties of anaesthesia, intensive care and pain medicine.
The College recommends that doctors should complete a minimum of 50 hours CPD per year. Most doctors exceed this. Of the 50 hours per year, we recommend that a minimum of 20 hours per year should be completed in each of external and internal activities.
The GMC recommends that doctors in specialist practice should consult the supporting information guidance provided by their College or Faculty. This guidance amplifies the headings provided by the GMC, by providing additional detail about the GMC requirements and what each college or faculty expects relating to this, based on their specialty expertise.
For more CPD information please contact this organisation directly.
This information is for educational purposes only to provide an overview of the CPD policy and practice for this profession.
The CPD Standards Office does not have any direct or contractual relationships with any organisation listed in this resource, nor are they formally affiliated or classified as an accredited CPDSO provider.
Please contact the professional institute, regulator or membership organisation for more information.