Dr Alison Chalmers
Specialist interests: Maxillofacial surgery; difficult airway management; preoperative assessment; education.
Dr Alison Chalmers qualified from Birmingham University in 1998. She trained in anaesthetics at the Queens’ Medical Centre in Nottingham and in hospitals throughout the East Midlands. She then completed a one year advanced fellowship in difficult airway management at the Queen Alexandra Hospital in Portsmouth.
She is the current Royal College of Anaesthetists College Tutor acting as the educational lead for anaesthetic training at QVH. She is an author of the 2019 and 2020 ‘Guidelines for the provision of anaesthesia services for ENT, oral maxillofacial and dental surgery’ which support anaesthetists with responsibilities for service delivery and healthcare managers to design and deliver high quality anaesthetic services. They are developed using a rigorous, evidence based process and are accredited by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
Dr Chalmers has been a consultant anaesthetist at QVH since 2010.