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About SAS

The Safe Airway Society is the interprofessional airway society for Australia and New Zealand. Our members represent a wide range of health professions including Anaesthetists, Intensivists, Anaesthetic technicians, Emergency Physicians, Nurses, Rural Doctors, Surgeons and Paramedics.

We aim to overcome our geographical challenges by reaching out to clinicians in all corners of the continent, to bring together the skills and expertise of our various professions.

Through innovative collaboration, we aim to create resources including consensus guidelines, promote education and training with an emphasis on human factors and team performance, and improve systems through research and standardisation of practice.

The Safe Airway Society aims to build an environment where safe and effective airway management prevails across all professions and for all patients.

To find out more, please watch our video by clicking the Play icon above

 

 

Thanks to Sydney HEMS and SMACC for some of the footage used in this video

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SAS 2021

Date:
16 February 2021

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SAS Coda Airway Workshop

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17 February 2021

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CodaZero LIVE

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18 February 2021

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Latest News

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SAS Statement on New Innovations for Airway Management During COVID-19

06 May 2020

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SAS COVID-19 Consensus Statement - Airway Management and Tracheal Intubation

16 March 2020

SAS has created a very useful guideline for airway management and intubation in the adult COVD-19 population

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SAS teams up with Coda

01 October 2019

SAS has teamed up with Coda, the new conference from the creators of SMACC, to bring you the Coda Airway Workshops.

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The Safe Airway Society acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Custodians of the lands across Australia on which our members live and work, and to their Elders, past, present and future. The Safe Airway Society acknowledges Māori as tangata whenua and Treaty of Waitangi partners in Aotearoa New Zealand