The invitation to give the Nicoll lecture at the biennial IAAS International Congress is one of the highest honours we can bestow on a colleague.
JAMES HENDERSON NICOLL (1864–1921)
James Nicoll was a pioneering paediatric Surgeon in Glasgow and is regarded as the ‘Father of Day Surgery’. He published a series of almost 9000 paediatric day cases in the British Medical Journal in 1909. The surgery of infancy. Br Med J. 1909; 2: 753-756.
Our Nicoll Lecturers
|1997||London||Bernard V. Wetchler||A Quarter Century in Ambulatory Surgery: Accepting the Challenges, Avoiding the Pitfalls|
|1999||Venice||Claude De Lathouwer||Ambulatory surgery: an organisational and cultural revolution, a|
social and political challenge
|2003||Boston||Burton Epstein||Exploring the world of ambulatory surgery|
|2005||Seville||Gerard Parmentier||Two International Congresses, six IAAS Congresses: where are we?|
|2007||Amsterdam||Henrik Kehlet||Fast track Surgery: from Her to Where?|
|2011||Copenhagen||Paul White||Clinical Research in Ambulatory Anesthesia and Surgery – |
Why even bother?
|2013||Budapest||Beverly Philip||The path of Ambulatory Surgery: Roots, Trees and Stars.|
|2015||Barcelona||Fernando Docabo||Ambulatory Surgery Training in Spain: Past, Present and Future|
|2017||Beijing||Luc Van Outryve||The CONCEPT of AMBULATORY SURGERY :Is it a renewing evolution ?|
|2019||Porto||Paulo Lemos||“Is Ambulatory Surgery well known?|
– from politicians to the common citizen …”
|2022||Bruges||Jan Eshuis||Ambulatory Anaesthesia and Surgery before (and after) Nicoll: by fits and starts|