NAPGET is the New Anaesthetic Postgraduate Education Trust, a charitable company set up in 2016 to take over from a charitable Trust which was set up in 1978.
The aims of the charity are to support education and research relating to anaesthesia in Brighton. Funding is largely through charitable donations made by consultants working in Brighton and surpluses generated by a number of courses run by Brighton staff.
Besides funding individual trainee research and education projects we also provide facilities for a number of training courses and funding of equipment used for training. More recently we have introduced a bursary scheme to support applicants for the PGCert in Medical Education run at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
To find out how to apply for support, click here.
The current trustees are Dr Nevil Hutchinson, Dr Mark Harper, Dr Alison Schulte, Dr Paul Smith, Dr Sandeep Sudan and Dr Tom Mount.