WFSA Council member, Dr Phillipe Mavoungou called on African member states to invest in anaesthesia services through improved policy planning, education and training as a means to realise Universal Health Coverage targets.
WFSA Council member, Dr Phillipe Mavoungou called on member states to invest in anaesthesia training and engagement with national professional bodies as a means to strengthen the health workforce.
The University of Nairobi in partnership with the WFSA are offering up to three positions starting in September 2022 with the duration of the fellowship being 12 months.
In response to requests we have extended the deadline to apply for WFSA Scholarships to attend the All Africa Anaesthesiology Congress (AAAC) in Kigali, Rwanda from 7-10 September 2022. The extended deadline for applications is Sunday 19th June at midnight (BST).
WFSA’s statement at the Special Session of the World Health Assembly on preparedness and response to health emergencies. The statement highlights the centrality of anaesthesia’s role in responding to global health emergencies.
An enormous thank you to the 6539 delegates from 132 countries who made WCA2021 such a unique and valuable networking and learning experience.