Recipients of SSAI & ACTA awards

ACTA foundation award:

Place

Year

Recipient and lecture title

Copenhagen2019Prof. Kjetil Sunde – Termination of Resuscitation
Malmö2017Prof. Else Tønnesen – Anaesthesia in women and women in anaesthesia
Reykjavik2015Prof. Anders Perner – Trials and Tribulations with “Industry”
Turku2013Dr. Lars I. Eriksen – Basic and clinical science in neuromuscular block
Bergen2011Prof. Ville Pettila – Success factors in large scale cooperation in medical research.
Odense2009Dr. Kaare Christensen – Does ageing effect anaesthesiologist?
Gothenburg2007Prof. John Severinghaus – Oxygen
Reykjavik2005 

 

SSAI Åsmund Lærdal lecture

(in collaboration with the Laerdalfoundation) :

Place

Year

Recipient and lecture title

Copenhagen2019Prof. Tanja Manser – Patient safety and non-technical skills
Malmö2017Prof. Kathryn Maitland – Deconstructing fluid resuscitation in African children: a forensic analysis of the FEAST trial
Reykjavik2015Prof. Jean-Louis Vincent – Patient Safety is a Matter of our Heart
Turku2013Dr. David K Menon – Linking pathophysiology, tissue fate, and outcomes in TBI
Bergen2011Prof. Charles Gomersall – The importance of education for safe practice of anaesthesia and intensive care
Odense2009Dr. D. Østergaard – Education and patient safety
Gothenburg2007Dr. Marét Castren –
Reykjavik2005at this congress the lecture was not given
Helsinki2003Dr. Jerry Nolan – Advances in CPR
Tromsø2001Prof. Lance Becker – The opportunity of  hypothermia
Århus1999Dr. Chris Grande – Advances in Trauma Care
Stockholm1997At this congress the support was as an exemption used to cover the costs of a panel   discussion on ethics of resuscitation (Advanced medical care – at all costs?)
Reykjavik1995Dr. Brendan Finucane – The difficult airway
Kuopi1993Prof. Mads Gilbert – Caring humanism and continuous struggle against premature death and suffering
Trondheim1991Prof. Peter Safar – Advances in Cardiopulmonary Cerebral Resuscitation
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