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Jaideep Pandit, BMA President Sir Al Aynsley-Green, and Tim Cook
Jaideep Pandit, BMA President Sir Al Aynsley-Green, and Tim Cook

The BMA Medical Book Awards take place annually to recognise outstanding contributions to the medical literature.

Prizes are awarded in 21 categories. Winner of the first prize in the anaesthesia category was Jaideep Pandit, Associate Professor in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences and Consultant Anaesthetist at the Oxford University Hospitals.

Together with joint author Professor Tim Cook, Jaideep Pandit won the prize for the report Accidental Awareness during General Anaesthesia in the United Kingdom and Ireland, which was published by the Royal College of Anaesthetists in 2014.

Read the winning report for free online.

Find out more about Jaideep Pandit.

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