Discover the latest research into the future of anaesthesia at Anaesthesia Research 2019. Over two days in December we will bring together the following groups under one roof to highlight the breakthroughs that will change what we know, and help you deliver new efficiencies in your practice:National Institute for Academic Anaesthesia (NIAA)Academic Research Society (ARS)Health Services Research Centre (HSRC)UK Perioperative Medicine Clinical Network Trials (POMCTN)Meet with other research-aware and research-active anaesthetists, and hear from world-class speakers.A 50% discount is available for local Quality Audit and Research Coordinators (QuARCs). Reduced rates are also available for trainees and allied health professionals.NIAA Research Award 2019We are accepting applications for the NIAA Research Award, which is aimed at currently active UK researchers within anaesthesia, perioperative care or pain. It provides a great opportunity for new investigators to achieve recognition through presentation at a national meeting with peer review. The prize winner receives an honorarium of £500 and a certificate.Applicants should have a project or ‘body of work’ (equivalent to two or more research papers on one subject, or from an MD/PhD thesis) that covers an evidence-based research question. The work may have been presented at a scientific meeting or published as an abstract or full paper in a peer reviewed journal.Those shortlisted will be invited to present on day 2 of Anaesthesia Research 2019 (3rd December) and applicants should ensure they are available on this date in the event of being shortlisted. The overall winner will be announced on the day at the event.For further details and how to apply for this award please click here: closing date for applications is 5pm, Monday 7 October 2019. Call for event postersYou are invited to submit an abstract for poster display at Anaesthesia Research 2019, on 2–3 December. This opportunity is open to all who are interested or active in research in anaesthesia and perioperative medicine. We welcome posters relevant to the work of the event partners including basic science and translational research, clinical studies, clinical trials and trial proposals, and health services research. For more information please see the ‘Guidelines for poster competition’ document at the bottom of this page. Please note that this poster display is separate from the Anaesthetic Research Society (ARS) verbal abstract presentations at in this event.