Eryri Medical is a limited, not for profit company, based in North Wales which runs high quality medical courses. The initial courses are based around the interests of company directors, Dr Suman Mitra and Dr Simon Burnell.
We set the company up to have full control over the financial side of running courses and enable us to re-invest the course fees into improving our courses.
Our aim is to run a course which emphasises the practical aspects of ultrasound guided venous access. To that end we have always maximised the number and length of the practical sessions. The EDRA accreditation led to us having to slightly increase the lecture based part of the programme, but we are still keeping to our original ethos.
We also offer sponsored places for trainees on our courses.
Dr Simon Burnell, BSc (Hons), MB BCh, FRCA
A consultant in anaesthesia at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor since 2006, his main interests are, regional orthopaedic and trauma anaesthesia and medical simulation. He is the Royal College of Anaesthetists College tutor for Ysbyty Gwynedd where regional anaesthesia is offered as a higher and advanced training module for specialist training in Anaesthesia.
Dr Suman Mitra, MB, BS, FRCA
has been a consultant anaesthetist since 2008, practising regional anaesthesia. He is a honorary senior lecturer in Bangor University since 2013 as module lead for PGCert. He also practices pre hospital emergency medicine as deputy programme director and educational supervisor in Wales. He has been teaching regional anaesthesia since 2009 both in hospital and pre-hospital. His other interest in pre-hospital simulation and regularly publishes projects on that subject.
Dr Stephan Clements, BM, FRCA
Qualified in 2000 at the University of Southampton and has been a consultant anaesthetist at Ysbyty Gwynedd since 2012. He gained the European Diploma in Regional Anaesthesia in 2013. Apart from regional anaesthesia, his main interests are pre-hospital medicine and simulation.
Dr John M. Delieu BSc (Hons), PhD, PGCE, CBiol, MIBiol, RGN
Dr Delieu is Lecturer in Anatomy within the School of Medical Sciences, a role he also enjoys at The Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Shropshire. He is a Visiting Lecturer of Anatomy at Keele University’s Medical School and an Honorary Clinical Teacher at Cardiff Medical School as well as being involved with the Wales Institute for Cognitive Neuroscience (WICN) summer schools.
We also invite other faculty from around the UK.