on Anaesthesiology, Intensive Therapy and Pain Medicine

Roman Cregg

Topics on the BUS-13:
1.The principle of “Anesthesiologist to anesthesiologist” in pain medicine
2.My legal cases

Dr. Roman Cregg MB BS (Hons), FRCA, FFPMRCA (Exam), PhD (Lond) is a Consultant in Pain Medicine and Anaesthesia, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the National Hospitalfor Neurology and Neurosurgery and UCH, London, UK. He completed training in anaesthesia rotating between the King’sCollege London, University College London, Chase Farm and Barnet and the Royal Free Hospitals.

His Advanced Pain Medicine fellowship was based at the lmperial School, London and held appointments at Chelsea and Westminster, Hillingdon and The Royal Marsden Hospitals. Dr Roman Cregg went further supplementing his sub-specialty pain training with attachments to Guys’ and St Thomas’ hospitals (advanced neuromodulation) and Cleveland Clinic, OH, USA (interventional management of headaches) before taking up his current permanent post as a consultant.

Clinical and research interests:
  • interventional cancer pain management
  • urogenital I pelvic / abdominal chronic pain
  • rare inherited pain conditions such as erythromelalgia, CIPA and Paroxysmal extreme pain disorder
  • central pain syndromes
  • neuropothic pain
  • intraoperative anaesthetic management of complex patients with the aim of preventing development of persistent postoperative pain (PPP)
  • pain originating in the back, spine and neck, other chronic musculoskeletal (MSK) pain disorders

Topics on previews BUSes:

  • Вelivery of online education post Covid 19
  • Introduction of multidisciplinary pain medicine practice in Ukraine, early results
  • Anaesthesia and pain service in UK: provision, emphasis on guidelines
  • Update in spinal pain
  • Anaesthesia service – UK model
  • The national health system of Great Britain: Lessons for Ukraine
  • Mistakes that we make – why we can talk about it and you can’t?
  • Who is the fastest anaesthesiologist at the department? Is there a reason to speed up anaesthesiologist during induction and output from anaesthesia?
  • Approaches to improving quality: results of surveying anaesthesiologists regarding their assessment of quality and safety of their colleagues’ work
  • Update in the treatment of perioperative pain
  • Interventional treatment of chronic pain
  • Morbidity and mortality associated with thoracic and cervical epidurals
  • Approaches to improve patient safety in the UK and USA
  • Holistic management of VIP patients – risks and challenges

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