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The BJA funds research into anaesthesia, perioperative medicine, critical care, and pain management to improve patient care globally. The aim of the charity is to advance and improve theoretical and practical knowledge and skills in all branches of anaesthesia, critical care and pain medicine and related topics. Thereby, reducing the suffering and dangers of anaesthesia and surgery.

Primary research areas

Generic health relevance,  Ageing,  Blood,  Cancer,  Cardiovascular,  Child health,  Congenital disorders,  Ear,  End of life care,  Eye,  Infection,  Inflammatory and immune system,  Injuries and accidents,  Metabolic and endocrine,  Musculoskeletal,  Neurological,  Oral and gastrointestinal,  Renal and urogenital,  Reproductive health and childbirth,  Respiratory,  Stroke

Grant types

Undergraduate studentship,  Postgraduate studentship,  Project (typically <4 years)