Programme Day One - Monday 17th September

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07.00-08:00 BACCN Morning Fun Run - Grab your trainers and get warmed up for conference! 
08.15-09.00 Registration & arrival refreshments 
09.00-09.30 Opening ceremony and welcome address 
Karin Gerber, BACCN Conference Director and Nicki Credland, BACCN Chair
09.30-10.15 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Dale Harrison: "999, What's your emergency?" (click here for more details)
10.15-11.00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Louise Rose: The Challenge of the "Difficult to Wean" Patient (click here for more details)
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11.00-11.30 Morning Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
  Quality Improvement

Education & Training

Patient & Family Involvement

Posters

Workshop

Simulation Lab

11.30-11.50 C01: Technology allows us to understand specifically 'what' not simply 'how' patients feel: Timothy Baker, Cambridge University Hospital

C05: Exploring perceptions of "Canine Assisted Academic Learning": New ways of working in higher education: Jennie Faithfull-Lloyd, Bournemouth University 

C09: I Am Your Patient But Do You Know Me?: Helen Whiting, West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

 Posters P01 - P09

 

 

 

W01: Linet Workshop

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Simulation Lab
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11.50-12.10 C02: The SWIFT-R approach to the Prevention of Intensive Care Readmission: Andrea Turner, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust Hospital

C06: The challenges of moving from senior ECMO specilaist to novice academic.: Samantha Harris-Fox, University of Derby

C10: Living with Auto-immune Encephalitis - an ICU nurses experience: Pauline Murray, crosshouse hospital
12.10-12.30 C03: Bring your pet to work: staff engagements strategies to improve performance: Mandy Odell, Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

C07: You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face: A training package for the ICU.: Julie Darbyshire, University of Oxford

C11: The outcomes and experiences of relatives of patients discharged home after critical illness: Louise Stayt, Oxford Brookes University
12.30-12.50 C04: Nurse-led eye care in the Intensive Care Unit: A protocol for practice: Emily Brennan, Manchester Royal Infirmary

C08: Challenging conversations in neonatal intensive care: Working with simulated relatives : Carrie Hamilton, SimComm Academy

C12: Improving patient discharge from Intensive Care Unit (ICU): Using a quality improvement methodology approach: Pauline Murray, crosshouse hospital

W02: Freedom in Critical Care: Nathan Thompson, Care-Med UK

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12.50-14.00 Lunch served in the Exhibition Area
14.00-14.35

KEYNOTE ADDRESS 
Dorothy Wade: Psychological Recovery Post Critical Illness (click here for more details)

14.35-14.55 BACCN AGM
14.55-15.00 5 minute room change
  Research Symposium
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Partners in Prevention

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Building Resilience within Critical Care Nursing Posters Workshop Simulation Lab
15.00-15.20 C13: Catherine's "Research Picks" 2018: Catherine Plowright

C16: Introducing myICUvoice, an innovative communication tool to improve communication and symptom management in ventilated patients on an adult Intensive : Daniel Harris, Cambridge University Hospitals

C19: Resilience in Critical Care Nurses: An Exploratory Analysis of Data from the "WellNesS" Feasibility Study: Louise McCallum, University of Glasgow Posters P10 - P15  W03: Acute Care Across Care Settings: Teaching Novices Expert Eye Gaze in Simulation: Kirsty Harris, University of Portsmouth

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15.20-15.40 C14: Role of Clinical Research Nurse within Critical Care: Clair Harris

C17: Using the non-injectable arterial connector (NIC) to extend the use of the arterial transducer set: Julie Allen, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn NHS Foundation Trust

C20: Resiliency within a grounded theory about sustainability in critical care practice: Heather Baid, University of Brighton
15.40-16.00 C15: Nursing Research in Critical Care: Natalie Patterson

C18: Transformation of Critical Care Services at UHNM: Lesley Smith, University Hospital of North Midlands

C21: Factors influencing nurses' intentions to leave adult critical care areas: A mixed method study: Nadeem Khan, Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University Hospitals
16.00-16.35 Afternoon Refreshments served in the Exhibition Area
  Education & Training

Partners in Prevention

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Building Resilience in Critical Care Posters Workshop Simulation Lab
16.35-16.55  C22: Incorporating Human Facotors into Insitu Simulation Training.: Cara Godfrey, Manchester Foundation Univercity Trust  C25: Introduction of Sedation Management Tool on Sedation Holds and Spontaneous Breathing Trials: Cath Applewhite, Central Manchester University Hospital  C27: Building resilience, over-recruiting, and reducing turnover in a unit once labelled as a shanty town*.: Jane Platt, LTHTR Posters P16 - P21     W04: Championing new ways of working to improve environmental sustainability in critical care : Heather Baid, University of Brighton  

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16.55-17.15

C23: The Advanced Critical Care Practitioner journey, developing new roles and ways of working?: Stuart Cox, Queen Alexandra, Portsmouth C26: Collaborative work to reduce device related pressure sores in Adult Critical Care: Caroline Shortall and Joanna Steffensen, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust C28: An evaluation of Staff debriefings to support staff resilience: Lisa Enoch, Addenbrookes Hospital 
17.15-17.35 C24: Compliance with Lung Protective Ventilation (LPV) in mechanically ventilated patients - Local audit: Alexandre Marques, Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust   Partners in Prevention Group Discussion C29: Being prepared: anticipating the unexpected: Karen Hill, University Hospitals Southampton NHS Foundation Trust
18.30-19.30 Regional Drinks Reception - invitation only 
19.30-00.00 Conference Dinner 

*Tickets for the Conference Dinner are included in the full conference fee

*One Day Delegates can purchase dinner tickets should they wish to attend

Please note this is a draft programme and is subject to change

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